Rome Honeymoon Packages

Rome Honeymoon Packages

Duration Price
Mesmerizing Italy and Austria Honeymoon Package9 days & 8 nights
INR 99,000
Switzerland & Italy - Honeymoon Escape7 days & 6 nights
INR 98,000
Italy Honeymoon Tour14 days & 13 nights
INR 1,48,000
Enchanting Italy | Weeklong Journey of Delight7 days & 6 nights
INR 1,14,599
Rome Florence and Venice - Best Of Italy10 days & 9 nights
INR 1,57,000
Venice Italy Honeymoon Package5 days & 4 nights
INR 89,650
Italy and France Honeymoon Package7 days & 6 nights
INR 1,15,900
Italy Swiss France Netherlands with FREE Excursion to Mount Pilatus13 days & 12 nights
INR 1,89,699
Western Europe In A Nutshell11 days & 10 nights
INR 1,54,000
Best of Switzerland & Italy with FREE Excursion to Mount Titlis9 days & 8 nights
INR 1,43,200
Classic Europe with Day Trip to Lake Como10 days & 9 nights
INR 1,24,500
Ladies European Tour10 days & 9 nights
INR 1,09,999

Rome honeymoon packages - Browse through a wide range of Rome honeymoon tour with exciting offers at Thrillophilia. Book customized Rome honeymoon tour packages with exciting deals & offers.

If you are looking for a romantic honeymoon package where ancient history, art, and romance come together, then our Rome honeymoon packages from India can be your best bet! Thrillophilia offers customizable packages tailored to your preferences to accommodate all your desired activities and attractions.

You can explore the timeless beauty of the Colosseum, toss a coin into the Trevi Fountain for good luck, and marvel at the Pantheon’s ancient architecture here. You can also take a serene stroll hand in hand with your newly married spouse through the lush Villa Borghese gardens. In addition, enjoy a romantic carriage ride around the city, or sip wine on a sunset cruise along the Tiber River. Dining in a private cellar near the Pantheon or sharing gelato at Giolitti also adds unique and intimate moments to your trip.

Booking your Rome Honeymoon itinerary from Thrillophilia ensures a seamless and personalized experience, along with catering to all travel arrangements like meals, transfers and guided sightseeing tours. You can also enjoy luxurious stays in romantic suites, experiencing the perfect ambience for your honeymoon. With 24/7 customer support, you can be assured that any assistance you need is just a call away. Book your dream Rome Honeymoon tour packages with Thrillophilia today and embark on a romantic adventure in the Eternal City!

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Visa Requirement

To enjoy a honeymoon in Rome, you must apply for a Schengen Visa to visit Rome. The visa is valid for 6 months and allows you to stay in Rome for up to 90 days. 

Applying for a Schengen Visa is simple. You should fill out the visa application form with an up-to-date passport, recent photographs, and evidence of travel insurance. Additionally, you will need financial proof and a comprehensive itinerary to support your application. Then, you can schedule an appointment with the Italian consulate or embassy in your area, submit the documents, and undergo a visa interview.

The fee for Indians is approximately INR 7346 including processing and additional charges. The processing time typically ranges from 5 to 15 days. It can be requested as single-entry or multiple-entry, depending on your travel plans.

Best Time to go on Rome Trip:

Rome is a year-round destination with something enchanting to offer to its visitors in all seasons. The Rome honeymoon package prices depend on the season of your visit to Rome.

Peak Season (June to August): During these summer months, Rome experiences hot weather. You can go on sightseeing tours to attractions like the Colosseum, Vatican City, and Trevi Fountain. The Estate Romana festival held this season has several outdoor concerts and events for you to participate in.

Shoulder Season (March to May, September to November): This is a great time for sightseeing at landmarks like the Pantheon and the Spanish Steps. You can also go on walking tours and explore parks like Villa Borghese and Villa Doria Pamphili. Festivals such as Rome's Birthday in April and the Rome Film Festival in October provide cultural experiences.

Waning Season (December to February): You can explore indoor attractions like museums and cathedrals like the Vatican Museums and St. Peter's Basilica in this season. The Christmas markets and celebrations around Piazza Navona are highlights to experience more affordably and peacefully as the prices and crowd both reduce during this period.

How to Reach Rome

By Air: Air travel is the quickest and most efficient way to reach Rome from India. Rome has 2 international airports – Fiumicino and Ciampino and both direct and connecting flights operate between Indian cities and Fiumicino. Our Rome honeymoon packages from India include convenient airport transfers regardless of your flight timings.

Direct Flights

To: Rome

From: New Delhi

Major Airlines: Air India 

India is well-connected to Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport in Rome. Airlines like Air India, Etihad Airways, and Qatar Airways offer regular connecting flight services between cities like Bangalore, Mumbai, Kolkata and Rome. Major layover cities on the route include Dubai, Doha, Frankfurt, and Paris, and the minimum flight time taken is around 29 hours.

Places to Visit on Rome Trip

Here are some of the best places to visit in Italy:

1. Colosseum

The Colosseum is an iconic symbol of ancient Rome that was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980. The theatre once hosted several prestigious gladiatorial contests, public spectacles, and theatrical performances. Today, this massive oval-shaped amphitheatre stands as a testament to Roman engineering. You can explore the underground chambers, walk through the arena, and marvel at the ancient architecture. You can add guided tours of the Colosseum in your Rome Honeymoon packages to gain deeper historical context about this place.

2. Trevi Fountain

Trevi Fountain, a stunning masterpiece in Rome, is known for its intricate Baroque architecture. It is also one of the largest fountains in the world and is adorned with mythological sculptures. The fountain depicts Neptune’s chariot led by Tritons, the god of the sea, and several other characters. Visitors often toss coins into the fountain, a tradition believed to ensure a return to Rome. You can visit this fountain with Rome Honeymoon packages at night when the fountain gets illuminated and creates a romantic atmosphere.

3. Piazza Navona

This is a charming Baroque-styled square that features stunning fountains like the Fountain of the Four Rivers, the Fountain of Neptune, and the Fountain of the Moor. The square is dotted with romantic cafes and restaurants that offer intimate dining experiences with amazing views of the vibrant square. Street artists and musicians add to the lively atmosphere, making evening strolls with your loved one magical. You can also visit the nearby attractions from Piazza Navona like the Pantheon and Sant'Agnese in Agone church to enhance your experience here.

4. Santa Maria Maggiore Rome

Also known as the "Salus Populi Romani" or the "Protectress of the Roman People”, Santa Maria Maggiore is one of Rome's most beautiful basilicas. Its breathtaking interiors feature intricate mosaics and stunning frescoes creating romantic backdrops for you to marvel at and capture pictures. The basilica's peaceful ambience offers a serene escape from the city's hustle and bustle. Santa Maria Maggiore offers a blend of spiritual beauty and historical grandeur and is one of the best places to visit with our Rome Honeymoon packages. 

5. Sistine Chapel

The Sistine Chapel is the most famous chapel located in the Vatican City. The chapel is famous for its beautiful frescoes by Michelangelo and is a masterpiece of Renaissance art. You can visit this attraction with our Rome Honeymoon packages and marvel at the chapel's ceiling which features iconic scenes like the Creation of Adam. Michelangelo's Last Judgment, covering the altar wall, was completed in 1541. During the annual Mass held during the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord, you can witness the Pope baptising the newborns.

Things to do in Rome

Here are some of the best Things to do in Italy

1. Rome carriage ride: A horse carriage ride is one of the most fun-filled activities to include in Rome Honeymoon packages as it offers a unique way to experience the city's historic charm. These rides are called "Botticella" and let you explore the narrow streets and landmarks in open-roof horse-driven carriages. Most carriage rides start at Piazza di Spagna and take you through iconic sites like the Colosseum, Roman Forum, and the Pantheon. Tours vary in duration, with options for daytime or romantic evening rides with aperitifs or candlelit dinners by the Pantheon. 

2. Tiber cruise: A Tiber River cruise in Rome is a perfect activity to include in Rome romantic packages from India to enjoy a romantic and relaxing experience. You can enjoy a glass of wine and traditional Italian snacks while floating past iconic sites like Castel Sant’Angelo and St. Peter’s Basilica. The cruises often include commentary about the city's history and landmarks, making it both an enjoyable and informative experience​. The serene ambience, coupled with the gentle flow of the river, creates an intimate setting ideal for couples. 

3. Stroll through Villa Borghese: A stroll through Villa Borghese is one of the most romantic activities for couples visiting Rome. This expansive park, the third largest in the city, offers beautiful landscapes, serene walking paths, and stunning natural views. You can explore its lush gardens, tranquil lakes, and historic architecture, including the Galleria Borghese, which houses impressive art collections. Ideal for a leisurely afternoon, adding a stroll through Villa Borghese to your Rome honeymoon itinerary provides a peaceful escape from the city's hustle and bustle.

4. Wine & Dine In A Private Cellar By The Pantheon: For honeymooners, a wine and dine experience in a private cellar near the Pantheon offers an intimate and luxurious evening in Rome. This 2.5-hour event starts with offering an Aperitivo of Prosecco, Italian cheeses, and cured meats in a historic cellar. The romantic setting continues with a three-course dinner featuring regional dishes paired with fine wines, guided by a culinary expert. This exclusive experience is limited to small groups to ensure personalized attention and hence, it is important to pre-book this activity in your Rome honeymoon itinerary.

5. Take Part In Paint & Sip Class With Your Partner To Relish Art: Taking part in a paint and sip class with your partner in Rome is a delightful and artistic way to spend time together. These classes allow you to unleash your creativity while enjoying a glass of Italian wine. The relaxed and fun environment is perfect for couples to bond and create lasting memories. You will learn various painting techniques, guided by a local artist, and meet other art enthusiasts. Add this activity to your Rome honeymoon packages from India and cherish the joy of creating art together!

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What are the best places to visit in Rome for Honeymoon?

The best places to visit when you are having a honeymoon in Rome are:

1. Trevi Fountain
Famed as the largest Baroque fountain in the city, Trevi Fountain is one of the best romantic attractions. The beautiful fountain is famed for being associated with its mythical legend that says one will return to Rome who is able to successfully toss the coins in the fountain.

Location: Piazza di Trevi, 00187 Roma RM, Italy
Timings: Although the fountain is open throughout the day, it is advisable to either visit the fountain before 12:00 noon or after 07:00 PM as this time is the most crowded.
Price: No charges

2. Pincio Hill
To be reached after a tough climb, Pincio Hill is famous for offering some stupendous views of the city. The picturesque hill is named after the Roman family called Pincii who lived here.

Location: Villa Borghese
Timings: 24 hours
Price: No charges

3. Ponte Sant Angelo
One of the popular stone bridges, Ponte Sant Angelo is a must-visit for honeymooners. It is a great place to enjoy a romantic day and watch the captivating waters of the Tiber with the scenic views along the bridge.

Location: Ponte Sant'Angelo, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
Timings: 24 hours
Price: No charges

4. Piazza Navona
Hailed among the most impressive piazza squares in Rome, Piazza Navona is where you can enjoy a superb meal and enjoy a romantic walk with your significant other. This splendid baroque square is famous for its fountains and mansions.

Location: Piazza Navona, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
Timings: Although there is no fix time, most of the people visit here between 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Price: No charges

5. The Garden of the Oranges
For nature lovers, Garden of the Oranges is a wonderful getaway amidst the medieval walls in the city of Rome. Situated on Aventine Hill, it is known to offer a gorgeous view of the city of Rome. One of the prominent features of this place are the orange trees which were planted in honour of Saint Dominic.

Location: Piazza Pietro D'Illiria, 00153 Roma RM, Italy
Timings: Opens at 07:00 AM and remains open until sunset.
Price: No reservation cost

6. Lungotevere
Pampering you with enthralling events and a stunning setting, Lungotevere is a memorable place to see in Rome. This is a place where couples can enjoy art, music, theatre and cinema events to take home a memorable experience.

Location: Lungotevere, Rome, Italy
Timings:24 hours
Price: No entry ticket

7. Villa Borghese
Showcasing a perfect amalgamation of nature and Roman art, Villa Borghese is a spectacular garden not to be missed in Rome. One must visit here to admire the brilliant work of artists visible in the form of sculptures, monuments and fountains.

Location: Piazzale Napoleone I, 00197 Roma RM, Italy
Timings: The place is open from 09:00 AM to 07:00 PM from Tuesday to Sunday. However, the last admission is at 05:00 PM and the Museum remains closed on Mondays, 25th December and 1st January.
Price: Free

8. Vatican Museum
Brimming with Renaissance art, Vatican Museum is a great place to spend some time with your loved one while surrounded by art, history and colors. You could enjoy splendid sculpture, motifs and mural paintings inside the museum which is also a spectacular architectural marvel.

Location: 00120 Vatican City
Timings: 09:00 AM to 04:00 PM
Price: €4 for the children and €17 for the adults.

9. Colosseum
Largest Roman amphitheatre ever built, Colosseum is an iconic landmark of Rome and one of the most romantic places as well. Although in ruins today, the grandeur of the place hasn’t dimmed yet and it still remains the largest amphitheater in the world. You must go there and get a good couple photoshoot to cherish this honeymoon in Rome forever.

Location: Piazza del Colosseo, 1, 00184 Roma RM, Italy
Timings: 08:30 AM to 07:00 PM
- Adults: 12 euros
- Under 18: Free
- Handicaped people and their assistant: Free

10. Castel Sant’Angelo
Attracting tourists and up-coming artists, Castel Sant’Angelo is a renowned museum of Rome. An architectural marvel, the place was a mausoleum of the royal family of Hadrian which was later turned into a fortress and a castle.

You can visit this beautiful place to get the essence of the roman history, architectural excellence, fine talent of painting and much more in peace.

Location: Lungotevere Castello, 50, 00193 Roma RM, Italy
Timings: 09:00 AM to 07:30 PM
- Adults: 14 euros
- EU-citizens aged 18-25: 7 Euros
- Under 18: Free

What are the most romantic things to do in Rome?

1. Dinner date with the romantic views from the rooftop bar at Raphael Hotel
Have an intimate dinner at the Raphael Hotel to have a splendid time when you book Rome honeymoon tour package with Thrillophilia. It offers a magnificent view of the city and is known for its extensive collection of wines on its menu.

2. Watch the sun go down from Giardinodegli Aranci
Enjoy a romantic sunset amidst the orange gardens and see the backdrop fill up with bright hues of nature from everywhere at GiardinodegliAranci. The romantic garden is a must-visit for some leisurely strolls with your loved one to enjoy a surreal escape from the crowds in Rome on your honeymoon.

3. Enjoy some leisure time with a picnic on the Appian Way
Have a laidback day by enjoying a picnic along with cycling at Appian Way in Rome. It is one of the most famous roads of Rome and was once called the ‘queen of roads’. When you are on a honeymoon in Rome here, you can look forward to having a good time roaming around the ruins of Roman history.

4. Watch an opera or ballet performance in the famous Roman amphitheatre
Known for its scintillating art and culture, every couple should look forward to catching a ballet performance, opera and a musical concert in Rome. The most famous places to enjoy stunning Roman entertainment performances are Teatro Costanzi and Roman Terme di Caracalla.

5. Admire the art of frescoes at Villa Farnesina
Considered as one of the most astounding examples of early Italian Renaissance, Villa Farnesina should be on your list if you are a fan of art and culture. This was an erstwhile palace of the 16th century and home to one of the most powerful men in Italy. Some of the fascinating exhibits of Villa Farnesina are “Cupid and Psyche” and “The Battle of Galatea”

6. Make a wish in Trevi Fountain
Toss a coin with your loved one into the fountain together while wishing something you truly desire. However cliche this thing to do might be, you both will make a great memory here.

Not only this, as the Trevi Fountain stands in the middle of Piazza di Trevi, you must note that the street is brimming with selected gelaterias and cafes. Do not miss on munching on some authentic bites to commemorate your visit to the fountain.

7. Ascend to the top of Monumento Nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele
Established in the year 1911, Monumento Nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele is a tribute to Victor Emmanuel II. The architecture of the classic white building is as breathtaking as the sights of Rome from its top. You could either take the lift or climb up the stairs to reach the top and get lost in the eternal beauty of the old city Rome together.

8. Watch sunset on the Spanish Steps
Said to be going straight to heaven, 138 steps between the Piazza di Spagna and Piazza Trinità dei Monti gives a unique Roman vibe and panoramic views of the surrounding area. You must get to the top of the Spanish Steps and watch the sun drowning into the Roman grounds along with the crowd fading out from the square.

9. Rent a two-wheeler
Either pick a scooter or two bicycles and paddle off to the nooks and the corners of the rich historical city of Rome. Besides walking, it is the best way to travel to the places of the city and soak in the authentic local vibe to take back home with you.

10. Go gastronomic
Italy is renowned for its amazing variety of cuisines and mouth watering gelato in the entire world. Take her hand, step out of your hotel and start wandering in the various streets of the city. You will come across various cafes and vendors selling the choicest delicacies of the city which you must sample until your stomach bursts out.

11. Tour the town on a horse carriage
Enough of conventional ways of wandering around the town, now it is time to take your romance and honeymoon on a grand level. What is more royal and romantic than a carriage pulled by a horse and the couple of king and queen sitting in it?

I would say nothing, so do not forget to hire a horse carriage to sample the street food, soak in the Roman vibe and witness the marvellous wonders the place has secured in its lap from centuries.

What is the best time to visit Rome for a Honeymoon?

One can choose to visit Rome depending upon the activities they wish to do and the places they want to visit. This largely depends upon the seasons in Rome. Here is a season-wise description to help you choose the best Rome Honeymoon tour packages.

Summer Season:
This is the warm season in Italy and you can face a dry climate if you are visiting the landlocked regions like Tuscany and Veneto. The temperature is high and it is not the best weather to visit Italy. However, one of the upsides of visiting Rome this time is that the days are longer and tourist attractions remain open for a longer duration.

Monsoon Season:
The city of Rome witnesses rainfall in October and November. This is the time when the weather is pleasant and offers a good time to celebrate a honeymoon in Rome. It is the shoulder season and a great time to avail discounts and deals on hotels and activities.

Winter Season:
The winter season in Rome is from the month of November to February. It’s a good time to witness the Christmas and New Year's Eve celebrations. However, one should plan ahead and book hotels and packages in advance since it's one of the best times to visit Rome and that’s why it's expensive.

How to reach Rome?

If you're travelling internationally, the main airport to get to Rome is Leonardo da Vinci in Fiumicino, 30 kms from Rome. If you’re a domestic flyer, you will land at the domestic airport, Ciampino.

This lies around 15 kms from the city. From the airport, you can conveniently board a bus that’ll drop you off to a stop close to your hotel if you’re staying around the city centre. You can also board the Leonardo Express train that’ll drop you off to the main city. If you’re away, you can choose to travel by cab, although this is more expensive than buses.

The main road connecting Rome is the Autostrada del Sole which is connected to the ring road that circles the city. Whether you’re in the north or south of Italy, you will have to travel via this route to get to Rome.

Rome is well-connected to all major cities across Italy and Europe by train. It is best to book a seat well in advance no matter where you are travelling from. For all trains leaving from other cities, you will reach Rome’s main railway station called Roma Termini.

If you are travelling beyond Rome, the best thing to do is book a Eurail Pass that’ll let you travel all across the country.

How much time do I need to explore Rome on our honeymoon?

The time needed to explore Rome in your honeymoon depends on your interests. For those who want to explore the main attractions, a two or three-day trip is enough which covers places like St Peters, Trevi Fountain, Colosseum etc.

However, if you want to indulge in extra activities like shopping, exploring local food joints and tour the churches and museums extensively, then a trip of 7 to 10 days is enough.

Is it worth spending a honeymoon in Rome?

Rome is one of the most captivating cities for honeymooners. Rome honeymoon packages offer a plethora of activities where you can enjoy laidback strolls, explore the most romantic restaurants and tour around some of the most prominent tourist destinations of the world. There are also numerous theatre, music and art events to keep yourself occupied while having a romantic time with your loved one.

What is Rome famous for?

With over 280 fountains and over 900 churches Rome is famous for its heritage architecture and ancient charm which is visible in every nook and cranny of the town. Steeped in history, the famous sights in the town include the Colosseum, the port of Ostia Antica, the Sistine Chapel, and the majestic Vatican City which is a vision worth witnessing.

What is the best month to visit Rome?

May - mid-September (Peak Season):
The best months to visit Rome are considered to be between May to mid-September. This is peak season when there’s summer in the city, and although the days are hot, they are certainly longer so you have enough time to explore everything around you.

Being summer during these months, any time is a great time for Gelato, the Italian frozen dessert which is an absolute favourite!

Mid-October to November/ mid-March - early May (Shoulder Season):
The shoulder season begins from mid-October to November and mid-March till early May. This is when Rome is characterised by pleasant weather and fewer crowds, so sightseeing becomes a convenient experience. After the high season, these are the next best months to experience the magnificence of Rome.

December - March (Low Season):
Rome’s low season is between December and March. Although days are shorter and rains might hamper your holiday plans, if you’re travelling on a budget this is a good time to visit Rome. Most Rome Honeymoon Packages are reasonable at this time of the year.

Hotel rates are reasonable, crowds are few, and afternoons are warm and pleasant, so you can pack in all your sightseeing in the first half of the day to avoid the chilly evenings.

Do I need a visa for Rome?

Yes, one needs a visa if they are planning a honeymoon in Rome. Other documents required are passports with a minimum six months validity. For US citizens, a 90-day entry is permitted for tourist purposes without a visa. For Non-EU visitors, a stamp must be obtained in their passports upon initial entry into a Schengen country.

How much time does it take to get a visa to Rome?

One can get a visa to visit Italy in a duration of 15 days if you are opting for a short stay. However, in some circumstances, it may extend up to 30 or 60 days. Such situations could happen when the Italian embassy has to consult with other Schengen consulates.

How to reach Rome from India?

One can reach Rome through a number of airlines that connect directly. Rome Honeymoon Tour packages offer multiple airline options like Air India, Air France, British Airways, Lufthansa etc. They make sure you are having a superb time and enjoy the comfort and luxury while you are travelling.

After reaching the airport in Rome, one can choose to take a bus and explore the city at reasonable rates. One can also opt to go for the Leonardo Express train while exploring the city through Rome Honeymoon packages.

Is Rome a romantic place?

Rome is certainly a very ‘Rome-antic’ destination! The history and the eternal charm of the city lends it that wonderful touch which makes honeymoons believe that there’s love in the air!

The grandeur of monuments, brightly lit streets and buildings by evening, cobbled streets, beautiful fountains, and splendid architecture like the Spanish Steps, steeped in time, make it a breathtakingly beautiful honeymoon destination.

Is Rome safe for couples?

Yes, Rome is a very safe city to be visited as a couple. It is ranked at number 34 in the list of world’s safest countries and also counted as one of the nicest European cities to be visited.

Why is Vatican City famous?

Vatican City is famous for being the smallest country in the world and has been renowned to be the official residence of the Pope. It has been associated with Christian history and has many popular buildings like St. Peter’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel which attracts people from all over the world.

The cultural importance of the city is derived from being the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church. The city-state also houses some iconic museums where one can witness a treasure trove of art and artefacts like the works of popular artists such as Bernini, Botticelli, Raphael and Michelangelo.

How can I see Rome on budget?

While accounting for food, accommodation and travel expenses can’t be avoided, you can most definitely enjoy the beauty of Rome by visiting sites that have low entry fees or are absolutely free, too! Some of the best places to visit in Rome on a budget are:

1. Pantheon
This lesser-known sight is Italy’s most breathtaking spot popular for being Rome’s most well-preserved ancient building. The dome of the Pantheon is the most charming, being 142 feet wide and designed with an oculus.

2. Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps and Piazza Navona
Walk through Piazza Navona, Rome’s sprawling public space that looks picturesque owing to the many restaurants, cafes, fountains and palaces that surround it. Climb up and down the 136 Spanish Steps that lead up to Trinità dei Monti church, and stop by at the magnificent Trevi Fountain to make a wish and toss a coin in the fountain.

3. Vatican Museums
Explore over 70,000 works across 54 galleries at the beautiful Vatican Museums across Rome. These house plenty of famous mosaic artworks, sculptures, frescoes and paintings, among others. While a regular ticket is 17 Euros, the last Sunday of every month offers entry absolutely free!

4. Campo de' Fiori
Visit the morning markets that sell wholesome fruits, vegetables, meats, poultry and fresh fish. Chill at bars and cafes along the same road by evening.

5. Mouth of Truth
This sight isn’t just free but great fun too! The Mouth of Truth is a massive marble sculpture of Oceanus, the God of the Sea, which is believed to bite the hand of those who have lied.

How is the weather of Rome?

The weather in Rome is pleasant for most of the year. Summers are hot and humid, while spring is accompanied by warm weather and is a popular tourist season. Fall is the wettest month, followed by winter which is characterised by mild weather during the day and chilly evenings.

Is Rome good for honeymoon?

Italy’s capital city Rome is an absolute delight for a cosy honeymoon. Right from the cobbled streets and architectural marvels like the Colosseum and St. Peter’s Basilica, to other landmarks like museums and opera theatres, Rome is captivating in every way possible for honeymooners.

Choose from a range of Rome Honeymoon Tours to witness the best experiences in the Capital of the World, as Rome is fondly called. You can also customise your tour and package to make sure you include the top sights and experience in Rome, some of which are:

- Watch operas and latest at opulent amphitheaters
- Walk along the Spanish Steps, which are considered a stairway to heaven!
- Make a wish for a long life of togetherness at Trevi’s Fountain
- Bask in the beauty of St. Peter’s Basilica, an epitome of renaissance architecture
- Savour Italian flavours at fine dines across the city

Is Rome expensive for tourists?

Being a honeymoon destination ideal for summers, Rome does work out a tad bit expensive if you’re travelling during peak season when flights and accommodation costs are steep. However, you can choose to travel in the shoulder season or during the off-season to, to minimise costs or travel on a budget.

One of the best options is to book Rome Honeymoon Tour Packages, so all your expenses are accounted for before you take off on your honeymoon and enjoy a stress-free holiday. On an average, your daily cost in Rome would be somewhere around 125 Euros. This is what you’ll be spending on each day:

Dining: 35 Euros
Shopping: 50 Euros
Sightseeing and Entertainment: 30 Euros
Transport: 10 Euros

How much will it cost me for a tourist visa to Rome?

A single entry visa to enter Rome costs around INR 11,000 to INR 15,000. The final price depends on whether you are opting for single entry or multiple entry while booking Rome Honeymoon tours with Thrillophilia.

What food is Rome known for?

Being in the heart of Italy, Rome is home to plenty of Italian delicacies. Some of the best ones being:

1. Supplì
Fried rice-balls mixed with ragù sauce and mozzarella and cooked to perfection.

2. Fiori di Zucca
Battered zucchini flowers stuffed with mozzarella and anchovies that give this extremely flavourful dish a nice kick!

3. Baccalà
Salted cod fried in an egg batter and served piping hot.

4. Carciofo alla Romana
A seasonal appetizer made with artichokes braised, stuffed with herbs, and sprinkled with lemon until they turn buttery and melt in your mouth.

5. Carbonara
Creamy egg-based sauce dotted with pieces of succulent cured pork and a dash of black pepper.

What are romantic places to stay in Rome for couples?

1. Aventine Hill
Tucked a little away from the tourist hub, Aventine Hill is a less crowded place with fewer hotels. It is perfect for couples as the air at the hilltop is filled with romance, spectacular views and classic Art Nouveau villas.

2. Trastevere
Brimming with bars and cafes which come alive at night, Trastevere is the perfect place to find a hotel to enjoy the Roman nightlife. One can get options to eat, drink and booze at late hours at this particular street.

3. Testaccio
If you are a food lover, then think no more and book a place for yourself in this neighbourhood. This place is awashed with food joints from authentic Italian trattorias to boisterous pizzerias.

4. San Giovanni
To have a generous slice of the true Rome, head to San Giovanni which is situated just outside the center. Some of the ancient Roman buildings are situated at a small walking distance which ensure that you get the real Roman vibe while in this area.

5. Historic Center
In case it is your first visit to Rome, then do opt the Historic Center as it is a perfect balance of everything. It is a very beautiful area which is brimming with retail shops, cafes, bars, restaurants and also the attractions are situated around it.

6. Ancient Rome
The reason for which tourists flock to Rome is its ruins and remains of the ancient buildings which dates centuries ago. You could take a place to stay in this area and get almost every attraction around the corner.

What are the best places to take someone on a date in Rome?

1. Enoteca La Torre
Tucked beautifully in a 19th-century building, this place is replete with history when it comes to its ambience. It also offers a surreal view of the city where you can dine overlooking the summer garden and enjoy a wonderful meal with your loved one.

2. Open Colonna
This place in Rome is known for its architectural excellence and renowned for its panoramic night view of the city. The restaurant also enchants the visitors with its romantic vibes and interesting presentation of the dishes served.

3. Pizzeria Da Remo
Known to offer the most amazing Italian pizza, this is one of the nicest places to plan a date on your honeymoon. It offers a beautiful setting where you can have a great meal to enjoy a classic Italian experience.

4. Orange Garden
Overlooking one of the best skylines of Roman, Orange Garden of Rome is considered one of the perfect places for a romantic date. Popularly known as Parco Savello, there is no time when this garden isn’t dotted with couples and newlyweds. You can also grab the best spot on the terrace and witness the sun drowning over the dome of St. Peter.

5. Monti District
Possessing Bohemian and classical elements, the district of Monti is an elegant neighbourhood which seems straight out of the bollywood movies shot on foreign grounds. The colorful Italian buildings and shiny narrow streets makes it a perfect place to unwind with your loved one while roaming across the town.

6. Villa Borghese
A landscaped gardens depicting the marvellous Italian architecture, Villa Borghese is another best place to take your loved one on a date. You could walk around the place and witness the details of the place in peace. This could be topped with a good photoshoot session to take the memories back with you.

7. Cruise in Tiber river at night
The distant city lights, soft sound of the water, moonlight reflected by the river and the vibe of the historic city, all these make up for a perfect date you can arrange in the city of Rome.

What are the best historical places in Rome?

1. The Colosseum
Also called the Flavian Amphitheatre, Colosseum was built to host gladiatorial contests and public displays of animal hunts, mock sea battles, reenactments of famous battles, executions and dramas.

2. The Pantheon
Built as a temple to worship the pagan Gods of Rome, the Pantheon is a must-visit for history lovers. It is a popular piece of architecture where you can catch a glimpse of Roman history.

3. Baths of Caracalla
One of the interesting historical places in Rome, these baths are known to showcase some of the most amazing Roman opera and ballet performances.

4. St. Peter's Basilica
A must-visit for art lovers, this place is an important stop to admire the brilliant work of prominent Italian artists of the past.

5. Spanish Steps
A stretch of 138 steps starting from Piazza di Spagna to the Piazza Trinità dei Monti is renowned for the scenic views they offer to its visitors.

6. Roman Forum
Surrounded by ruins of its co-buildings, Roman Forum is leftover rectangular part of several important ancient government buildings.

7. Pantheon
43 metres high, Pantheon was initially a Roman temple which was later turned into a church. It still serves the purpose of a church and has been standing there since 126 AD. Renowned for its mysterious survival during the barbarian raid and the use of oculus for light, the Pantheon is still the best preserved ancient Roman monument.

8. Trevi Fountain
Popular among the tourists for its detailed sculptures, Trevi fountain receives a great footfall in the entire day. One should go there and definitely toss coins. The saying runs that one coin means another trip to roam, two coins mean romance with a Roman and three coins mean marriage with the same person.

9. Piazza Navona
Established near the ancient stadium existing since 1st century AD, Piazza Navona is a beautiful Roman square. You could witness the beautiful fountain on the square and can also witness the Stadium of Domitian which is also called “Circus Agonalis.”

Which are the best places for shopping in Rome?

1. Via Condotti
This street in Rome is famous for hosting many popular brands like Dior, Gucci, Valentino, Armani, Jimmy Choo etc. Along with that, it also hosts many iconic sights of 19th-century history like Santissima Trinità a Via Condotti, Palazzo Della Porta Negroni Caffarelli etc.

2. La Rinascente
Replete with high-end stores, La Rinascente is one of the best places for shopping in Rome. This is where you can find a number of international brands in clothing, household items, accessories, furniture etc.

3. Via Margutta
Shot to fame with the famous movie called ‘Roman Holiday’, Via Margutta is an interesting place to enjoy an artsy walk in Rome. The street is famous for its art galleries and antique shops to spellbind the tourists in Rome.

4. Galleria Alberto Sordi
Situated near Trevi Fountain, Galleria Alberto Sordi is an old marketplace which was designed as early as 1900s. It is not only an arcade possessing a brilliant architecture but a place where one can find high end brands and some amazing Italian boutiques to buy souvenirs to take back home.

Also, the place features some excellent cafeterias and bars where you can crash for some exquisite Italian food and drinks after an amazing shopping day,

5. Spanish Steps
Area near the famous Spanish Steps unfolds a number of luxurious shops and retail stores. You can roam around the streets and explore all the shops to realise what you wish to buy.

Presenting an array of options, Spanish Steps is not only the perfect place to treat your bags but your stomachs and eyes too. Later after shopping, you can head upstairs the Steps along with some local street food and witness the beautiful Roman skyline turning pink during the sunset.

6. Piazza Navona
Piazza Navona presents you the option to buy local stuff without burning a hole into your pocket. Here you could grab some unique wares, trendy designs and vintage stuff in all kinds of stuff like dresses, bags, jewellery, etc.

7. Campo de’ Fiori
Campo de’ Fiori offers you a place where you could pick some good quality local produce. This public square sells tropical fruits, local vegetables and general goods which are produced in Rome which means you could take a piece of Rome with you.

8. Salumeria Volpetti
Brimming with options for cured meats, numerous kinds of cheese, fragrant wines, crispy breads and much more, Salumeria Volpetti is a traditional deli established in 1973. You can go to the place to pick some local dairy produce of Rome.

What sort of nightlife is there in Rome?

The nightlife in Rome is known to start after 9 pm and remains a dazzling affair especially during the weekends. The most prominent places to see the nightlife in Rome for your honeymoon in Rome are:

1. Gay Village
This is one of the most famous gay clubs in the Testaccio neighbourhood. One of the best features of this place is that it hosts the largest open-air summer festivals with carnival dancers, DJs and amazing music.

2. Sharivari
This nightclub in Rome is known to host the most elite crowd of the world and has regular themed events on offer. It has three levels of rooms where one can enjoy all sorts of music genres to have a good night in Rome.

3. Macché Siete Venuti A Fà
Located in Trastevere, this place is renowned for its craft beers in Rome Honeymoon Tours. The name translates to 'What the hell are you doing here?’ and offers one of the most happening nights where you can find and meet new people in Rome.

4. Baja
Built on an old harbour barge on Tiber river, this is a wonderful floating restaurant which offers an exquisite holiday experience in Rome. It holds exclusive events and is popular for its food and beverages.

5. Voodoo Bar
One of the most unique bars in Rome, Voodoo Bar is where you can enjoy tropical vibes in Rome while sipping on refreshing cocktails. Along with that, it is known for live art performance, voodoo garden and craft expo.

What are the essential things to pack for Honeymoon in Rome?

For a week long honeymoon in Rome you'll need to pack the following:
Sufficient pairs of long pants or skirts
Comfortable t-shirts
Summery dresses (if travelling between May to September)
Long shorts (for long romantic walks in summer)
Formal dressing for a romantic meal at an upscale restaurant
Sweater (for winters)
Coat (for winters)
A pair of sneakers
A pair of smart formal shoes
Essential oils for a romantic massage (oils aren't easily available at a drugstore)
Bathing suit for a romantic dip together
Insect repellent
A pair of sunglasses
Basic first aid + medication

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