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Bike tour of Rome in one day by electric-assist bicycle icon
Bike tour of Rome in one day by electric-assist bicycle

7 Hours

Free cancellation upto 24 hours

From
$117.98
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Transfer between Rome city center and Ciampino airport icon
Transfer between Rome city center and Ciampino airport

Up to 45 Minutes

Non Refundable

From
$11.80
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Must Sees of Ancient Rome with a local guide icon
Must Sees of Ancient Rome with a local guide

2 Hours

Free cancellation upto 24 hours

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$80.06
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Tickets to Roma World icon
Tickets to Roma World

24 Hours

Free cancellation upto 24 hours

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$18.70
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Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel VIP small group tour icon
Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel VIP small group tour

3 Hours

Free cancellation upto 24 hours

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$62.33
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Colosseum Arena and ancient city tour icon
Colosseum Arena and ancient city tour

Up to 3 Hours

Free cancellation upto 24 hours

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$52.66
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Rome Ghost and Mystery Guided Walking Tour icon
Rome Ghost and Mystery Guided Walking Tour

Up to 1 Hour

Free cancellation upto 24 hours

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$27.65
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Pompeii and Naples day trip from Rome icon
Pompeii and Naples day trip from Rome

Flexible

Free cancellation upto 24 hours

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$149.64
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Crypts and catacombs with ghost and mystery walking tour icon
Crypts and catacombs with ghost and mystery walking tour

8 Hours 15 Minutes

Free cancellation upto 24 hours

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$84.78
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Amalfi Coast and Positano day trip from Rome in high-speed train icon
Amalfi Coast and Positano day trip from Rome in high-speed train

Up to 24 Hours

Free cancellation upto 48 hours

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$199.84
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Underground Rome walking tour icon
Underground Rome walking tour

3 Hours

Free cancellation upto 48 hours

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$44.62
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Hard Rock Cafe Rome priority seating with menu icon
Hard Rock Cafe Rome priority seating with menu

Flexible

Free cancellation upto 24 hours

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$22.57
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3-hour small group tour of Rome's ancient monuments icon
3-hour small group tour of Rome's ancient monuments

3 Hours

Free cancellation upto 24 hours

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$63.08
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Tickets for "Cinecittà si mostra" icon
Tickets for "Cinecittà si mostra"

Up to 24 Hours

Non Refundable

From
$17.24
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Know More about Rome

Best time to visit:

SEP

Sagra dell'Uva

A visit to Rome, the Eternal City, with its ancient ruins and some of the world's most famous landmarks, will provide you with an experience that no history book can provide. This capital city is worth a couple of days of your time because it has thousands of years of art, architecture, and culture. After all, Rome was not constructed in a single day. Begin your Roman adventure at the Colosseum, the most recognizable structure in Roman architecture. Then, stroll through the ruins of the Roman Forum, reimagining the Roman Empire's markets and public spaces. Then, do as the Romans do and spend the afternoon at Piazza Navona. Finally, finish your journey by making a wish at the Trevi Fountain.

Best time to visit:

SEP

Sagra dell'Uva

JAN - JUN

18°C / 8°C

JUL - DEC

24°C / 12°C

Euro

Euro

1 USD = 0.97 EUR

GMT +02:00

2 hours ahead

Frequently Asked Questions

The must-see attractions in Rome are Colosseum, Pantheon, Vatican City, Fiumicino and Leonardo Da Vinci Experience.

Walking is the best way to get around Rome. There will be more hidden courtyards, cobblestone streets, shops, and so on. However, sightseeing can be exhausting, so take advantage of Rome's public transportation system, which includes the underground metro and city buses. Another excellent way to get around Rome, particularly for first-time visitors, is to take a hop-on/hop-off bus that provides an overview while stopping at all of the major sites and monuments.

To visit Italy, you will need a short-term visa that is valid for 90 days. The Schengen visa is another name for this type of short-term visa. As you may know, the Schengen visa is valid in all European countries that have signed the Schengen agreement. Italy is a member of the Schengen agreement.

It takes at least 2.5 days to see all of Rome's "must-see" attractions. Avoid visiting the Vatican and the Colosseum on the same day because both are massive with a lot to see and can be exhausting. I'd spread these out over two days. You should also visit the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, and the Pantheon. And if you want to spend some extra time strolling, shopping, and just taking in the atmosphere, you'll need at least 3-4 days.

Summers in Rome are brief, hot, humid, dry, and mostly clear, while winters are long, cold, wet, and partly cloudy. Throughout the year, the temperature typically ranges from 3°C to 32°C, with temperatures rarely falling below -2°F or rising above 35°C.

A first-time visitor to Rome may want to see the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel, as well as Saint Peter's Basilica; the one and only Colosseum, as well as the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill; and the Pantheon, one of the most amazing monuments from ancient Rome.

Rome is full of hidden gems. Don't miss the Galleria Doria Pamphilj or Palazzo Barberini if you enjoy art. The Museo Barracco is a free museum that is well worth visiting. Don't miss the Domus Romana at Palazzo Valentini, the Domus Aurea, and the Baths of Caracalla if you're into antiquity. Take a tour of Trastevere, a fascinating neighborhood full of history and ambiance, for even more hidden gems.

Every region of Italy, including Rome, has its own cuisine. Rome is famous for four classic Roman pastas made with pecorino (sheep's milk) cheese: cacio e pepe, gricia, carbonara, and amatriciana. Artichokes are also famous in Rome, whether braised (alla Romana) or deep fried (alla Giudia, or Jewish-style). A large part of Roman cuisine is based on "cucina povera," or simple food, which includes a variety of offal dishes such as tripe, coratella, pajata, and others. This is a very rich topic, so I highly recommend trying some local trattorias and, if you really want to learn more, taking a cooking class or going on a food tour.