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Rome, Italy

Quick Overview

Who is this Trip For?

You want to visit a stunning City with a world famous History, iconic Landmarks, a Sovereign Country within its City Limits, and delicious Food.

Rome is perfect for backpackers, solo travelers, couples, and families who want a 4-5 Day adventure in April-October!

Suggested Activities

Stand where the Gladiators once fought, and let your imagination take you back to the epic battles that took place in this magnificent amphitheatre, all for the entertainment of Ancient Rome’s People and Emperors.

With the ruins of ancient temples, basilicas, and government buildings, walk through what once formed the centre of Roman public Life.

Explore the world’s largest Church (St. Peter’s Basilica) and take in the atmosphere of this cultural site and religious pilgrimage destination.

Take part in the popular tradition of throwing a coin over your shoulder into the impressive baroque fountain, “Ensuring your return to Rome”.

This Awe-inspiring dome is a true engineering marvel and has stood for nearly two millennia!

Escape the city bustle in this lush park, where you can walk along beautiful gardens, tranquil ponds, and visit impressive art museums.

Top Tips

For discounted entry into popular attractions, and a reduced rate for public transport, it is worth purchasing a Roma Pass for your time in Rome.

The best place to purchase this is online at the Official Website (Link Here).

If are able, you may have a better trip if you visit during the shoulder season (spring or fall) as there are significantly less crowds, and the weather is still good.

Italy is famous for its cuisine, and tasting Italian Gelato, Pizza, or other traditional dishes IN ITALY from local, artisanal shops is an experience you will remember!

Make it Unique

If you want a more exhilarating way of exploring the city, rent a Vespa and zip around and find some hidden gems!

Book a guided tour of the underground catacombs to see into this hidden world Underneath the City!

Discover Rome’s street art scene and alternative culture by visiting the Neighbourhood of Ostiense (Google Maps Link).

How to get There?

Flying: The best way to get to Rome is by flying into the Leonardo da Vinci Airport (FCO), which is a major international Airport with many Airline Connections worldwide.

Other: You can take a train or bus from other parts of Italy or neighboring countries. There are Train Connections to major cities across Europe.

How to get Around?

Getting around the city is easy with a combination of walking and public transportation.

Buses, Metros, Trams, and also Taxis, Ubers, and Bike Rentals are available.

How to get There?

Flying: The best way to get to Rome is by flying into the Leonardo da Vinci Airport (FCO), which is a major international Airport with many Airline Connections worldwide.

Other: You can take a train or bus from other parts of Italy or neighboring countries. There are Train Connections to major cities across Europe.

How to get Around?

Getting around the city is easy with a combination of walking and public transportation.

Buses, Metros, Trams, and also Taxis, Ubers, and Bike Rentals are available.

Safety Concerns

Rome is generally safe for Tourists.

As with any tourist destination, it’s always a good idea to be aware of your surroundings and keep your valuables safe.

Where to Stay?

Booking Accommodation close to the center possible will enable you to see more on foot, rather than relying on public transport as much.

  • Hostels: There are many great options for affordable hostels with shared or private rooms. Hostelworld is an excellent resource for finding and booking beds. This is the best value option and ideal for solo travelers. The most highly recommended hostel is the YellowSquare Hostel, known for its lively atmosphere.
  • There are many great Airbnb offerings, and this option may be the best value for families or groups.
  • Hotels are a good option for families or people looking for maximum comfort.