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  • Q. Drinking Law

    The legal age for drinking in Rome is 18 years

  • Q. What you will like there?

    Visiting Trastevere

    One shouldn’t miss a chance to visit the regions which are placed across the river, locally known as Trastevere. You will be surprised to check out a classic bohemian influence which dwells in this area. The presence of plenty of boutiques in Trastevere makes it one of finest destinations in Rome for shopping jewelry, handicrafts, and excellent perfumes. The ochre buildings present in this section of the city are worth admiring.

    Baroque Art

    Rome is painted in the effects of Baroque art which has lived in the city since the medieval times. Galleria Borghese houses a magnificent collection of artistic Baroque masterpieces which are very amusing. The Borghese villa includes the famous sculpture of Napoleon Bonaparte’s sister by Antonio Canova as well as Bernini’s Apollo and Daphne. Moreover, you can also check out Caravaggio’s self-portrait that is liked by global tourists. One can even stroll through the villa’s galleries accessing the idyllic Villa Borghese Park where natural wonders such as flowers and orange trees offer a marvelous aura. The replica of Shakespeare’s Globe Theater is also present in the vicinity where you can stay to watch a play. 

    Narrow Cobblestone Streets

    The narrow cobblestone streets of Rome make the city acquire a form of uniqueness which belongs to this place. Do not miss a chance to visit Centro Storico where you can tour the wonderful Piazza del Popolo. There are three main roads which form a trident guiding towards Piazza Venezia and also the Colosseum. You can roam through countless streets and alleyways which are filled with attractive churches and boutiques. You can even view private courtyards which are possessed by some of the wealthiest Romans. Your things to do list must also include visits to the gorgeous gelaterias, restaurants and cafes which are located majorly on these cobblestone streets.

    Relishing Espresso

    When in Rome, you cannot skip an opportunity to savor the most relishing espresso. You won’t find Starbucks or any other branded coffee outlet because they don’t exist here. It is quite common for Romans to drink three or more cups of espresso a day. There are certain rules which are followed by the natives in terms of coffee consumption. Firstly, cappuccinos are only tasted at breakfast. After that, one can either order un caffè (a shot of espresso) or even un caffè macchiato (a shot of espresso with a dollop of steamed milk). In the hotter months, tourists can ask for un caffè freddo (cold espresso sweetened with loads of sugar) as well as crema di caffè (the Roman equivalent of a frappuccino) which is equally flavorful. The two famous café resorts in Rome which are preferred by travelers are Tazza d’Oro and Caffè Sant’ Eustachio. 

  • Q. What are the travel advice for people visiting Rome for the first time?

    Make sure you do not travel alone in the night hours.
    Ensure that you have had sufficient research before going to any new place.
    Do not entertain the beggars.
    Nudity is strictly prohibited.
    If you are visiting a temple or a religious place, make sure you dress accordingly.
    Do not flaunt your cash or valuables in the public place.
    Always ensure that you book a room in an area that is known to you.
    Avoid booking a hotel in any shady region.
    Beware of thefts. Make sure you have kept all your cash and valuables safely.
    Enquire about the room safe before booking a hotel.
    Do not leave any of your valuables in the hotel room.
    Do not get involved in any fight with anyone.
    Make sure you double-check the seal of the water bottle before buying.
    Check the quality of the street food before ordering it.
    Do not let anyone deceive you.
    Girls make sure you do not get over friendly with the locals here.
    Learn some words from the local language prevalent in the region.
    Do not book any cab or taxi without negotiating the fare for the same. 

  • Q. Why Rome is famous?

    Rome is a city built on layers. The city is like an open museum. You will experience the breadth of its history at every turn. Filled with remnants of 2,000-year-old temples, piazzas, and cobblestones, the ruins are incorporated into modern structures. It is one of the world’s most powerful ancient empires.

    Rome is known for its ancient ruins, architectural prowess, Roman cuisine, and diverse quartieri. A visit to Rome brings you close with monuments and constructions that influenced building practices and architectural styles. This place has been mentioned worldwide and holds a special involvement in author Dan Brown’s books too.

  • Q. When is the best time to visit Rome?

    Rome, being such a tourist attraction, is almost always busy. The ideal time to visit Rome is either some time between April and June or October-September.  A month to month itinerary is as follows:

    •    June to September: is the busiest time of the year, people flying in from all over the world to check the city out. June is the perfect temperature, with the skies at their bluest and the weather neither cold nor hot. Having been the Tourist season, the prices are very high.
    •    October to March: this is the offseason, so prices go down a great deal, with October being the wettest month. The average temperature is about 10°C which is optimum for sightseeing. Christmas is amazing in Rome, with the huge Christmas tree at St. Paul’s Cathedral.
    •    April to May: the prices are medium, with shorter lines, and spring season. With Easter around the corner, Rome has eggs displayed all over.

  • Q. How to reach Rome?

    Rome is an important tourist attraction, and both countries of Vatican City and Italy keep it highly maintained. Therefore, the influx of tourists is made easy. The ways to reach Rome are:

    •    By Cruise Ships: dock at Civitavecchia, which is one and a half hours away from Rome. Porto di Roma, located around 20 km away from Rome can also be used.
    •    By Car: Grande Raccordo Anulare is always available for people who want to commute to Rome, the road leading straight to the center of the City.
    •    By plane: Leonardo Da Vinci International Airport or the Ciampino International Airport, is available for people flying in or out of the city.
    •    By Train: the Leonardo Express and the Suburban train connects many stations, and the system of tickets, their validation and expiry are a concept easy enough to grasp.
    •    By Vus: the Terravision Bus, and SIT bus shuttle go all over the city too.
    •    By Taxi: which are white in Rome, have a fixed rate of €48.

  • Q. Is Rome safe?

    Rome is one of the safest places in the world. Italy was ranked 34th out of 162 on the ranking of the safest countries. Rome is also safer for women travellers. Although, you have to be cautious about the pickpockets and purse-snatchers. Remember the Italian emergency numbers and be aware of your surroundings.

  • Q. Which are the major tourist attractions in Rome?

    The beautiful city of Rome is adorned with all sorts of ancient miracles. The heart of the ex-western civilization provides the following tourist attractions in Rome:

    Baths of Caracalla
    Villa Farnesina
    Appian Way
    National Roman Museum
    Victor Emmanuel II Monument
    Piazza del Popolo
    Santa Maria in Trastevere
    Ostia Antica
    Basilica of San Clemente
    Capitoline Museums
    Palatine Hill
    San Giovanni in Laterano
    Galleria Borghese
    Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore
    Saint Peter's Square
    Trevi Fountain
    Piazza Navona
    Roman Forum
    Spanish Steps
    Campo de' Fiori
    Vatican Museums
    St. Peter's Basilica

  • Q. What country is Rome in?

    Rome is the capital city of the country of Italy. Italy is a European country situated at the heart of the Mediterranean Sea. Rome is managed by the government of Italy and considered as one of the most important cities in the country. Also, it is the seat of the national government.

  • Q. Is English spoken in Rome?

    Many people speak English in Rome but some people usually prefer talking in Italian. English is not widely spoken in Italy. You can use an Italian phrasebook to ask touristy questions. Romans will appreciate your basic effort with some Italian words and phrases.

  • Q. What are the things to do in Rome?

    With vast surface area, friendly locals, a country within the city, it is hard to not have a lot of provisions for activities. The best things to do are:

    Checkout ruins of Roman Forum
    See the Colosseum
    See the Pantheon
    Travel to Baroque Rome situated at the Piazza Navona
    Bend a knee at the Vatican City
    St. Peter’s Basilica is to be gazed at
    Step on the Spanish Steps
    Trastevere is made to be explored
    Toss a coin into the Trevi Fountain
    Check out the Galleria Borghese and
    Check out the Villa Borghese
    Stroll through the Centro Storico
    Explore Galleria Alberto Sordi

  • Q. What is the local food of Rome? Which are the best places to taste this food?

    Rome is the Eternal City because of many reasons, but people might think, on tasting its food, that, it is called so simply because the taste of their food is something one ill remember for eternity.

    Cariofo Alla Romano
    Pizza Al Taglio
    Pizza Romano
    Bucatini al’ Amatriciana
    Cacio a pepe
    Saltimbocca Alla Romano
    Coda Alla Vaccinara
    Panino with Trippo Alla Romano
    Trapizzino Alla Romano
    Torta Ricotta e Visciole

    The best places to enjoy this food:

    I Supplì
    Dar Filettaro
    Hostaria Romana
    Da Remo
    Da Bucatino
    Da Felice
    Da Teo
    Flavio al Velavevodetto
    Mordi e Vai
    Zi Umberto
    Il Maritozzaro
    Pasticceria Boccioni

  • Q. Is Rome safe to walk at night?

    Rome is a safe city and it’s not dangerous to walk around even if it’s dark. Strolling during the night will give you a pleasant and unforgettable time. Carry a limited amount of money and be cautious about your personal belongings. Take the basic precautions and avoid going to secluded areas.

  • Q. What is the best public transport to commute around Rome?

    Public Transport in Rome is considerably expensive but much more convenient and safe than traveling via personal locomotives. The best options for public transport are as follows:

    •    Roma Combo Pass: lets you commute around Rome, with the option of hopping on and off the public transport.
    •    By Car: can be slightly problematic. The Romans are impatient, and the possibility of getting rear-ended. Therefore, traveling by public transport, and in cases of extremities, taxi, would be suggested, convenient, and safer.
    •    By taxi: By far, the most expensive, and by far, the most convenient
    •    By foot: generally free
    •    Public Transport: Buses, Night Buses, Trams, Metro are all available, pretty convenient and least expensive.

  • Q. What is there to do in Rome at night?

    Trevi Fountain – In the night, Trevi fountain is beautifully lit and deserted. Tossing the traditional coin in the fountain is a famous ritual in Rome.

    Colosseum – You can step inside the Colosseum at night to avoid the crowd. After the gates close to most visitors, you can still purchase a specialized tour to see it under the night sky.

    Trastevere - Want to explore the nightlife of Rome? Head to Trastevere. This place comes alive at night with bars and restaurants on every corner.

    Teatro dell’ Opera – Want to get all dressed up and dive into something unique? Head to the opera! You won’t understand much but you will get the chance to witness an exciting cultural experience. The interior of the opera is applaudable.

    Rome’s catacombs – Fascinating in the daylight, Rome’s many catacombs get spookier by night. A tour will take you to the catacombs of Santa Priscilla and ossuary, known as, Capuchin Crypt.

  • Q. What is the local language in Rome and which are the most commonly used greetings?

    When in Rome, you gotta speak roman. Even though the Romans are friendly people, if one cannot learn the local language, at least the basics, they would probably not be able to communicate and that can be extremely inconvenient. Even though the city is metalinguistic, and people normally can speak English, the local language is Italian. The following are commonly used greetings:

    •    Yes - Si
    •    No - No
    •    Hello - Buon Giorno
    •    Goodbye -  Arrivederci (informal)

  • Q. Is Rome a romantic place?

    The head-turning looks of Rome’s unique architectural style attracts many newlywed couples. This Italian city will offer some romantic experiences too. You can head to The Library for a cosy candlelit dinner. On your Italian voyage, enjoy a sunset tour in a golf cart or a romantic stroll in Villa Borghese garden.

  • Q. Which are the best shopping places in Rome and what are they famous for?

    The worst part of vacations is normally the shopping for others part. Even though some enjoy the feeling, to others, going from shop to shop becomes a hassle. But in Rome, shopping is pleasurable. The best shopping places in Rome are:

    Euroma2 Centro Commerciale
    Galleria Alberto Sordi
    Castel Romano DEsigner Outlet
    Shopping mall porta di Roma
    Centro Commerciale Roma Est
    Mercato trionfole
    Del Giudice Roma
    Alfieri Leather Clothing
    The Disney Store
    Parco Commerciale Da Vinci
    Salumeria Valupetti
    Paciotti Salumeria
    Bartolucci Italy S.R.L
    Nuovo Mercato Esquilino
    Bacab Shop Bar
    Pallazzo delle Esposizioni

  • Q. Is Rome a good honeymoon destination?

    Tucked amidst the ancient beauties, Rome does justice to the word ‘romantic getaway’. Stay at San Giovanni that holds the best sight of local Rome. Or, stargaze with your better half as you take a romantic stroll in the city. You can also plan a candlelit dinner and savour the Italian flavours of the city.

  • Q. Where can one enjoy adventure activities in Rome?

    Though Adventure, where danger is expected, can only be found on the roads of Rome, with rash drivers, there are very less adrenaline awakening tours I the city. However, the thrill of all that is mentioned below is almost similar to where one can enjoy adventure activities in Rome:

    Day trip at Ostia Antica
    Stroll through the Transvestite
    Aurelian Wall has to be toured
    Pseudo Trek up the Palatine Hill
    Travel to the Circus Maximus
    Tour the Piazza Novana
    Check out the Borghese park and villa
    Walk the Janiculum Walk

  • Q. What is the best area to stay in Rome?

    Aventine Hill – If you are looking for a romantic getaway, then you should choose this place. With a loft hilltop location, the Aventine is a phenomenal area for couples.

    Trastevere – Trastevere is the liveliest districts of Rome. Its colourful lanes are filled with bars and cafes, and crowds of locals and tourists.

    San Giovanni – For witnessing the authentic local vibe of Rome, San Giovanni would be a perfect choice. It consists of shops, neighbourhood markets, and popular eateries.

    Testaccio – Testaccio is known for its authentic food choices. You will find some trattorias, pizzerias, and Michelin-starred restaurants. It is also famous for its Jewish cooking.

  • Q. Which are the best places to enjoy a walk of the historic city?

    The Eternal City is infinitesimally beautiful, and though the crowds can be slightly thick, the way the city handles its tourism and accommodates it, the throngs don’t really bother one too much. The pretty gardens, streets, even the regular roads are intricately made, that walking anywhere is as pleasurable as it gets. The best places to enjoy walking in Rome are:

    Tivoli: Villa d'Este
    Villa Gregoriana
    Lago della Duchessa
    Lago del Turano
    Ostia Antica

  • Q. How many days do you need in Rome?

    Embark on a tour of Rome for 5 days and 4 nights. To take a closer look at the secrets of Rome, you would need to plan for this much time. Or, if you are planning to visit just the main sights like Colosseum and Vatican museums, then two days will be sufficient.

  • Q. What’s so special about the Trastevere neighborhood in Rome?

    The Trastevere neighborhood is the part which the river Tiber meets its shores. The neighborhood is special because of all the sights you get to see there. They are:

    •    Santa Maria
    •    Orto Botanico
    •    Gelateria Alla Scala
    •    Villa Fernasina
    •    Pallazzo Corsini
    •    Antica Trattoria De Carlone
    •    Piazza Trilusa
    •    Santa Cecilia
    •    Isola Tiberinia
    •    Porta Portese Market

  • Q. What are the historical places in Rome?

    Pantheon – One of Rome’s best-preserved monuments, Pantheon is a majestic church. Located in Piazza Della Rotonda, tourists remain in awe of the architecture.

    Colosseum – One of the best examples of Ancient Roman architecture, Colosseum was built in A.D. 72. It took nearly ten years to build this iconic monument. Also, check out the Colosseum at night for a beautiful experience.

    St Peter’s Basilica – Commonly known as the ‘mother of all churches’, St Peter’s Basilica is dedicated to the Apostle Peter. It was commissioned in 324 AD.

    Spanish Steps – Spanish Steps is a photographic wonder for the tourists. Once you reach the top of the steps, you are going to love the bird's view of the Roman rooftops, the prestigious palazzi, and hustling of the piazza.

    Roman Forum – After the Colosseum, the Roman Forum is the next introduction to Ancient Rome. From the entrance of Via Dei Fori Imperiali, you can take a view of the ancient ruins and relics left behind by the Rome’s former emperors.

  • Q. What are the most romantic things to do on a Honeymoon in Rome?

    Rome tuts the Roma in Romance. The honeymoon couples and lovers that go there can be seen walking hand in hand, wearing lovestruck, cute expressions. The things that couples can do in Rome are:

    •    Trevi Fountain: throw coins
    •    Pincio: bicycle together
    •    Rooftop Bar at Raphael Hotel: take your respective other half on a candlelight dinner
    •    Gianicolo Hill: go for a casual coffee
    •    Ponte Sant Angelo: express love in ways.
    •    Spanish Steps: fall in love again
    •    Piazza Navona: eat all that you can, spoil said spouse
    •    Ponte Sisto: walk hand in hand