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Things to do in Rome

Visit the Colosseum, Stroll through ancient ruins at the Roman Forum, Catch a glimpse of St. Peter’s Square, Gaze at the architectural marvel of the Pantheon, Learn about the Sistine Chapel, Visit Baroque Rome at the Piazza Navona, Stroll across the Ponte Sant'Angelo Bridge, Enjoy the fantastic view from Palatine Hill and many more.

If you are traveling to Italy and looking for things to do in Rome, then you have arrived at the right place. Rome is packed with fun experiences and one of the few places on the planet where you can experience everything from some of the holiest places like the Vatican to some of the goriest like the Colosseum. Some of the activities to do in Rome are visiting the ruins and remains of the ancient city, going on culinary tours, taking hot-air balloon rides and even surfing!

What to do in Rome when in the city can have different answers for different people. If you are on a budget, you can experience the city from atop by climbing the steps of St. Peter’s Basilica, eating pizza at some of the backstreet pizzerias which offer great taste and walking around the cobbled streets of the city. You can also choose to book nighttime private tours of famous destinations like the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, etc., stop for a dinner at a high-end restaurant and catch opera at the Rome Opera House.

If you also want to enjoy the natural landscapes of the surroundings while still breathing in the Roman air, you can choose to watch a sunset at the Gianicolo Hill, go hiking in the mountain ranges of the Monti Simbruini National Park or go for a hot air balloon ride over the vineyards and fields that surround the city. A short train ride will also take you to an excellent surfing turf at the Santa Marinella beach where you can tackle some world-famous waves and pipelines!

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Rome Airport Shuttle Bus Tickets | Book Now @ ₹480 Only! Best Seller
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One of the best cities in the world, let alone Italy, is undoubtedly Rome. Its cultural attractions attract millions of tourists every year, and most of them come by air. Rome airport is one of the busiest airports in the country, and getting a taxi to the city after a long flight could be a very inconvenient task. About Rome airport transfers by bus:We provide you with cheap Rome airport transfer with a safe and convenient shuttle bus transfer service between the airport and Rome’s public transport hub, taking out all your stress from traveling. Choose from flexible transfer options that include one way or round trip shuttle services to accommodate your traveling needs. Get to ride inside modern and comfortable air-conditioned buses under the command of a professional and friendly driver.Frequency: Every 30 minutes during the day, less frequent at nightTicket Types:One Way Ticket from Fiumicino Airport to Rome Termini StationOne Way Ticket from Rome Termini Station to Fiumicino AirportRound Trip Ticket (First Departure from Fiumicino Airport)Round Trip Ticket (First Departure from Rome Termini Station)Boarding Locations:Fiumicino AirportLocation: Terminal 3, Bus stop No.14Rome Termini Station Bus StopLocation: Via GiolittiAddress: Via Giovanni Giolitti, 38, 00185 Roma RM, ItalyHow to Reach: Take bus 360 to Termini (MA-MB-FS) Station and walk for 5 minutesNote:Children aged 0-4 years can avail the Rome airport transfers bus for free.
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About Trevi Fountain Rome:If you love to explore the history and past of the cities then you will definitely love this place. Visit Trevi Fountain, 26.3 meters high & 49.15 meters wide fountain, is the largest Baroque fountain in the Trevi district in Rome. Discover and grab knowledge about the collection of recovered artifacts. Visit the largest Baroque fountain with the underground passages beneath. Marvel at the preserved structures of an imperial Domus and halls that tell the story about Rome's past. Explore the recovered artifacts and get to know about the history of Rome.Visit the nine meters down the earth area underneath. Get to know about the history and culture of Rome. Operating Hours:11:00 am-5:00 pm from Tuesday-Sunday (Last admission is at 4:00 pm)How to reach:Vicolo del Puttarello, 25, 00187 Roma RM, ItalyBy metro- the closest metro station is Spagna via Line A. It’s a 10-minute walk from there along Via di Propaganda. Note:Children aged 6-17 years can book the child Trevi Fountain tickets.Children aged 0-5 years can enter for free but need to make a booking to get to voucher for Trevi Fountain Rome.
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St. Peter's Basilica Guided Tour | Book Now @ ₹1350 Only! Best Seller
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About St Peter's Basilica tour:St. Peter's Basilica is a church built in the Renaissance style and one of the world's holiest catholic shrines. This church took over 100 years to rebuild after it was knocked down years ago and famous for its architecture. Grab the deal to enjoy an audio-guided tour to explore the structure on your own. The audio guide offers the 11 languages and the guide offers the 6 languages, you can choose any language as you like. Have access to the St. Peter's Basilica without waiting for tickets in long lines. The St Peter's Basilica tour offers you the guided trip to St. Peter's Basilica church. Discover the history and secrets of church and tomb of St. Peter. Explore the place full of priceless art masterpieces with access to the free WiFi and toilet facilities at the St. Peter’s Basilica. Admire the beautiful architecture, art, and culture. Ticket Types:St. Peter’s Basilica Guided TourSt. Peter's Basilica Audio Guided TourTimings:St. Peter’s Basilica Audio Guided Tour- 8:45 am/10:00 am/1:00 pm/3:00 pm on Monday-Tuesday and Thursday-Saturday and 1:00 pm/3:00 pm on Wednesday and SundaySt. Peter’s Basilica Guided Tour- 10:30 am/1:30 pm on Monday-Tuesday and Thursday-Saturday and 1:30 pm on Wednesday and SundayHow to reach:The tour will start from Largo del Colonnato, 00120 Città del Vaticano and you can reach here by taking metro line A to Ottaviano station and walk for 9 minutes. Note:Children aged 7-17 years can book the child ticket for St Peter's Basilica tour.Children below 7 years can participate free of charge.
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Hop on Hop off Milan Bus City Tour | Book Now @ ₹1699 Only! Best Seller
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About Milan:Milan is the fashion capital of Italy. It also has a lot of places and attractions to visit. But when you have to visit a lot of places, the planning of transport could be an expensive or inefficient problem. We have got something for you!Discover Milan with this flexible hop-on hop-off bus tour available in 24, or 48 hours.About the Milan Hop on Hop off bus tour:Milan is a city full of attractions, and visiting them all could be a difficult task. Be mesmerized by Milan’s timeless beauty when you board the comfortable open double-decker hop-on hop-off Milan bus with free WiFi access to visit the city’s most popular attractions. Choose from flexible tour hours to suit your exploration - select from 24, or 48 hours, now you’ll never run out of time to see all of Milan!Sit on the top deck of the bus and enjoy a panoramic view of the city's best monuments and sculptures. Witness the grandeur of Milan’s historic sites such as the Castello Sforzesco, the Basilica of Saint Ambrose, the Parco Delle Basiliche, Teatro Alla Scala, and many more. A multi-lingual audio guide with commentary in English / Japanese / French / German / Spanish / Italian / Portuguese / Russian / Arabic will also be given to you on the bus.Ticket Types:24 hours pass48 hours passOperating Hours:Line A-Duration: It takes around 75 minutes from the first stop to the last stopFrequency: Every 90 minutes (Mon-Thu); 35 minutes (Fri-Sun)First departure: 9:30 amLast departure: 3:30 pm (Nov-Mar); 5:30 pm (Apr-Oct)Line B-Duration: It takes around 90 minutes from the first stop to the last stopFrequency: Every 90 minutes (Nov-Mar); 30 minutes (Apr-Oct) First departure: 10:00 am (Nov-Mar), 9:40 am (Apr-Oct)Last departure: 4:00 pm (Nov-Mar); 6:40 pm (Apr-Oct)Line C-Duration: It takes around 90 minutes from the first stop to the last stopFrequency: Every 60 minutesFirst departure: 10:15 am (Nov-Apr); 10:35 am (May-Oct)Last departure: 4:15 pm (Nov-Apr); 5:05 pm (May-Oct)Line D-Duration: It takes around 60 minutes from the first stop to the last stopDepartures: 2:35 pm, 3:35 pm, 4:35 pm, 5:35 pmMain Bus stops:DuomoCastello SforzescoThe Basilica of Saint AmbroseThe Parco delle BasilicheState UniversityMadonninaThe Teatro alla ScalaHow to use:You can board the bus at any stop along the route in any line. Please note that timetables/routes are subject to change depending on or traffic conditions.Note:Children aged 5-15 years can book the child ticket for hop-on hop-off Milan city tour.Children aged 0-4 are free of charge but need to make a booking to get the voucher.
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Roma Pass 48 or 72 Hours | Book Now @ Flat 10% off Best Seller
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Rome is a place which has a lot of attractions all around the city. On a trip to Rome, you got to see all the unmissable places that reflect the essence of Rome. But travelling to these places could involve a lot of travelling and expenses. With the Roma Pass, you can get free travelling and discounts on various attractions.About the Roma Pass:The pass gives you the opportunity to travel around the city for free. Enjoy free airport transfers and public transport operated by ATAC: bus, tram, metro A, B, B1, C, and railway lines. Get free admission to 1 or 2 participating museum/archaeological sites of your choice and get discounted admission to in various museums, archaeological sites, exhibitions, and events. The Roma pass inclusions grants you free entry to Accademia Nazionale di San Luca, Museo Carlo Bilotti a Villa Borghese, Museo Della Repubblica Romana e Della memoria garibaldi, and more, as well as un-limited use of the Rome's public network within the core Municipality of Rome. You can choose between 48 hour and 72-hour pass according to your needs, and plan your own itinerary at your own pace.Ticket Types:48 Hours Pass72 Hours PassRedemption Information:PIT Fiumicino Airport International ArrivalsOpening hours: 8:00 am-8:45 pm, dailyLocation: Terminal 3PIT Ciampino AirportOpening hours: 8:30 am-6:00 pm, dailyLocation: Arrivals HallPIT Termini Rail StationOpening hours: 8:00 am-6:45 pm, dailyLocation: Via Giovanni Giolitti, 34How to get there: Take metro Line A to Termini StationPIT Fori ImperialiOpening hours: 9:00 am-8:30 pm, daily (closed at 7:00 pm on 16 Sep-31 Dec)Location: Via Dei Fori ImperialiHow to get there: Take bus 75 to Cavour/Ricci Station and walk for about 2 minutesPIT MinghettiOpening hours: 9:30 am-7:00 pm, dailyAddress: Via Marco MinghettiHow to get there: Take bus 63/80/83/52/53/160 to S. Claudio Station and walk for 3 minutesPIT Castel Sant'AngeloOpening hours: 9:30 am-7:00 pm, daily until 27 Oct and from 28 Oct-31 Mar 8:30 am-6:00 pmAddress: Piazza PiaHow to get there: Take metro line A and walk for 2 min.Note:Participants irrespective of age need to book the Pass individually.Most of the museums covered in Roma Pass inclusions are closed on Mondays.
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Leonardo Da Vinci Museum Tickets | Book Now @ Flat 15% off Best Seller
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About the Leonardo Da Vinci Museum:The world's most renowned artist, who doesn't know Leonardo Da Vinci! This one of a kind museum preserves the works of Leonardo Da Vinci included the legendary Mona Lisa. With over five exhibition rooms dedicated to his work on various fields, catch certified reproductions of da Vinci’s flying machines, war machines, most famous paintings, and more.About the Leonardo Da Vinci Museum tickets:Get Leonardo Da Vinci museum tickets and see over 20 certified reproductions of his most famous artworks, machines, and more. Have a deeper understanding of some of his renowned concepts that are still utilized in the present day such as the ideas behind sewing machines and the bicycle.Explore his famous Room of Mirrors and get to know how his study of light inspired the invention of photography and projection. And just in case you’re wondering, of course, the exquisite life-size reproduction of the Last Supper, Mona Lisa, and Lady with an Ermine are included inside. You can also get exclusive merchandise from the Leonardo Da Vinci museum’s souvenir store.Exhibitions:ROOM I - The flying machines, the last supper.ROOM II - War machines.ROOM III - The perspectives.ROOM IV – Principles.ROOM V - Gallery of paintings.Opening Hours:9:00 am-7:00 pm, dailyLast admission: 6:00 pmHow To Reach:Via Della Conciliazione, 19, 00193 RomeBy bus: Take 23/34/40/982/N10 to Traspontina/Conciliazione bus stationNote:Children aged 6-15 years can book the child Leonardo Da Vinci Museum Rome tickets.Children aged 0-5 years don't need to book the Leonardo Da Vinci Museum tickets.
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Best of Rome All Access Pass | Book Now @ Flat 15% off Best Seller
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Rome has a lot of attractions to visit, experiences to take and things to offer. Get this best of Rome all-access pass, get easy access to various attractions and make your visit to Rome as stress-free as possible.About the Best of Rome All Access pass:It is an all-access pass of Rome which gives you skip-the-line access to some of the city’s top attractions including the Colosseum, Sistine Chapel, and more. It gives you a dedicated entrance to St. Peter’s Basilica. You also enjoy a 15-minute Ancient Rome multimedia video and learn a lot about the attraction's history before starting your journey.This is a one of a kind pass and is all you need on your trip to the wonderful city of Rome.Redemption Information:Please arrive at Touristation Roman Forum & Colosseo office at least 20 min before the selected time. Failure to arrive at the specified time will be considered a no-show and no refunds shall be provided.Our team will get in touch with you to confirm your preferred time slot from 10:30, 12:30 or 13:50.Opening Hours:Touristation Office: Winter season (Nov-Mar) 9:00 am-5:00 pm, Summer season (Apr-Oct) 9:00 am-6:00 pm, dailyVatican Museums: Monday-Saturday: 9:00 am-6:00 pm (last admission is at 4:00 pm)Colosseum: 9:00 am-6:00 pm, dailyHow to Reach:Piazza d’Ara Coeli, 16, Rome. Take any bus or tram to Venezia square and walk for 5 minutes. The office is located next to the Roman Forum entranceNote:Children aged 6-17 years can book the child ticket for the best of Rome all-access pass.Infants aged 0-5 are free of charge.
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Pantheon Rome Tickets with Audio Guide | Book at ₹499 Only! Best Seller
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Get Pantheon tickets Rome with Thrillophilia and explore the rich history of Pantheon. The place was a Roman temple and now it is a church in Rome and It was completed by the emperor Hadrian. Discover the historic structure, architectural features and their details with an audio guide. The audio guide is available in 8 languages (Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, or Portuguese). The audio guide will give you all the information about the place and its history.Get to know how the Pantheon temple played an important role in Roman society with Pantheon tickets Rome.Opening Hours:Monday-Friday: 10:00 am-5:00 pmSaturday: 10:00 am-3:30 pmSunday: 12:00 pm-5:00 pmHow to reach:The tour will start from Piazza Della Rotonda, 00186 Roma RM, Italy. You can reach here by metro and bus.By metro- The closest metro station is Barberini (via Line A). It's about 700 meters from the Pantheon.By bus- Take bus 30, 40, 62, 64, 81, 87, or 492 and get down at Largo di Torre Argentina Stop, which is about 400 meters from the Pantheon.Note:Children aged 0-12 years can enter free of charge and don't need to book their Pantheon tickets Rome.Participants wearing shorts, vests, and sleeveless tops are not allowed.Bring valid ID proof with your Pantheon Rome tickets.The voucher is valid only on the date and time specified.
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Cycling Tour in Iconic Italy
Cycling Tour in Iconic Italy

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About the ActivityFixed Departure: 25 August 2016.If you've ever wanted to experience the seat of Roman civilization, head out on this cycling tour through iconic Italy.This 9 day 8 night tour will let you experience the best of Italy as you make your way through iconic locations and see sights so beautiful, you will be truly moved.The tour starts on arrival at Rome from where you will have to make your own way to the hotel.During the course of this tour, you will cover Rome, Pisa, Lucca, Montecatini, Vinci, Pistoia and end you tour at Florence.The tour includes accommodation, breakfast, transportation and a lot of sightseeing.   
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Tour Italy over 9 Days
Tour Italy over 9 Days

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About the ActivityTo experience the seat of Roman civilization, head out on this tour through iconic Italy for 9 days.This 9 day 8 night tour will let you experience the best of Italy as you make your way through iconic locations and see sights so beautiful, you will be truly moved.The tour starts on arrival at Rome from where you will have to make your own way to the hotel.During the course of this tour, you will cover Rome, Pisa, Naples, Capri and end you tour at Florence.The tour includes accommodation, breakfast, transportation and a lot of sightseeing.   
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People Also Ask About Rome Things To Do

  1. What is there to do in Rome at night?

    The city is as fun, if not more at night, as it is during the day and you will never find a dearth of activities to do in Rome at night! If you are a night owl, you can check out the following options:

    1. Roam the Colosseum at night!
    There is no better way to escape the crowds and the morning heat than by choosing to visit the Colosseum during the night. The historic amphitheatre is beautifully lit and an underground tour during the night feels all the more interesting.

    2. Enjoy the nightlife at Trastevere!
    This small art district of Rome comes to life every evening with its several little cafes and local breweries lighting up its narrow alleys. The best way to experience Trastevere at night is by sitting on chairs set outside the bars and pubs and soaking in the atmosphere.

    3. Go sit on the Spanish Steps
    These wide steps look all the more beautiful under the light of the moon and streetlights and you can enjoy them practically all to yourselves. The night breeze and lesser crowds make it a perfect opportunity to cherish a romantic moment.

    4. Attend a concert!
    When in Rome, it is not hard to find a concert happening somewhere in the city. You can catch one at any of the popular venues, including the Auditorium Parco della Musica, St. Paul’s Within the Walls, PalaLottomatica, Traffic Live Club, The Monk Club and Atlantico.

  2. What are the romantic things to do in Rome?

    Well, if you are traveling to Rome on your honeymoon or are here to spend some quality time with your partner, then you’ll be surprised by these amazing romantic things to do in Rome.

    1. Together make a wish at the Trevi Fountain
    Carry a coin with your partner and make a wish, as that’s what this fountain is known for. It is an iconic landmark of the city and tops the itinerary plan of the travelers.

    2. Tour the town on a Horse Carriage
    One of the most romantic things is to tour the iconic buildings of the city namely St. Peter’s Basilica, Trevi Fountain, Vatican Museums and several others over a carriage pulled by horses that is indeed the best way to explore the Roman pathways.

    3. Cruise over the Tiber River
    Sail on the waters of Tiber with your partner over a luxurious cruise and gape at the man-made wonders of the wonderful city. On this cruise, you can watch the Piazza Venezia, Piazza Di Spagna, the Castel S. Angelo and more such scenic attractions that will make the excursion memorable.

    4. Witness Teatro dell’ Opera di Roma
    Taste the extravaganza of opera and ballet at the first amphitheater of Rome, Teatro dell’ Opera di Roma. This is indeed one of the most romantic things to do in Rome at night as it opens up till midnight. The classic interiors, performances, everything adds up in making the experience memorable.

    5. Have a candle-light dinner at Raphael
    Watch the sun go down and the beautiful views of dawn with the candle lit aura and magnetizing aroma of exotic food on the rooftop hotel Raphael. If you are looking for a combination of good food and vibes, then this is the right place for you.

  3. What is the best time to visit Rome?

    Rome is an excellent holiday destination throughout the year but the best time to visit is between September to November and April to May. During these months, the crowds are fewer and the weather is pleasant. You can enjoy long, bright days and cool evenings with a balmy breeze.

  4. How safe is Rome for tourists?

    Rome is a safe place for tourists as violent crime rates are very low. You must keep an eye out for pickpockets and scams when in crowded places.

  5. What are the best places to eat in Rome?

    Rome is packed with excellent eateries that you will find on practically every corner of the city. Some of the must-visit restaurants and pub include:

    1. La Ciambella Dine
    If you want to try modern Roman cuisine sitting in a quiet backstreet of Rome, then this is the place to be.

    2. Trattoria Da Cesare al Casaletto
    If you are looking for Rome’s best trattoria, then this might be the place. You will find excellent taste minus all the fuss!

    3. Bonci Pizzarium
    If you want to try top-of-the-range pizza in Rome without digging too deep into your pockets then this pizzeria is the place to be.

    4. Antica Norcineria Iacozzilli
    This century-old deli is still a favourite amongst locals for its delicious panino and dirt cheap prices.

    5. Pasticceria De Bellis
    If your sweet tooth is satiated by nothing less than the best, then this patisserie offering work-of-art cakes, pastries, dolci, etc. is a must-visit for you.

    6. Trapizzino
    This one falls under the label of Roman fast food and you can enjoy their popular trapizzino which is a cone of doughy bread filled with meatballs and sauce.

    7. Antica Caciara Trasteverina
    Another traditional eatery which has been serving delicious food for a century is the Antica Caciara. Here, you can enjoy fresh ricotta, oven-baked ricotta and other delicacies.

  6. What is Rome famous for?

    Rome is famous for its rich history and culture which can be seen in the excellent architecture and wealth of old monuments and buildings. Right from the ruins to the elaborate cathedrals, there is a lot to be seen in Rome.

    Apart from the architecture, Rome is also home to some of the world’s most famous pieces of art including paintings and sculptures by Michaelangelo. Roman is also home to some of the world-famous foods like pizza, pasta and gelato.

    When in Rome, you can visit the Colosseum, ruins of the place where Caesar was murdered and the churches and cathedrals of Vatican City.

  7. Why is Rome famous for art and architecture?

    Rome is famous for art and architecture because, at one point in history, the city was considered the pinnacle of civilization. Its splendour and grandeur were talked about throughout the world. Even today, the art and architecture created by artists and architects centuries and millennia ago still stands the test of time and is one of the most beautiful in the world.

  8. Can you do Rome in 3 days?

    Yes, Rome can easily be done in 3 days if you plan your itinerary well in advance. Some of the must add places are the Vatican City, Castel Sant'Angelo, Piazza del Popolo, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Piazza Navona, and the Colosseum.

    There is a whole wide list of things to do in Rome for couples and families alike, so you select the best travel partner for yourself.

    Suggested itinerary:

    Day1:
    Vatican City
    Castel Sant’ Angelo
    Trevi Fountain
    Spanish Steps
    Pantheon
    Piazza Navona
    Piazza del Popolo

    Day2:
    Colosseum
    Basilica di San Giovanni
    Baths of Caracalla
    Pyramid of Caius Cestius

    Day3:
    Terrazaa Del Pincio
    Appaian Way
    Borghese Gallery

  9. What language is spoken in Rome?

    The native language of Rome is Italian but the language is no barrier as the locals speak and understand English well. Almost everyone in restaurants, hotels, and public places speaks English.

  10. Is Rome safe?

    Yes, Rome is a safe city and has easy access to medical emergency centers, police stations, and other emergency services but petty crimes, pickpocketing is common in this city. Make sure you are cautious while touring the attractions and other crowded regions of the city.

  11. Is Rome a city or country?

    Rome is the capital city of Italy and not a country. It is snuggled in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea and is a European city.

  12. Is it good to go to Rome in December?

    One of the best things to do in Rome with kids witnessing the Christmas decorations on the alleys and popular squares. The month of December is an excellent pick to visit tour as it is cold and rainy with all the Christmas and New Year celebrations going on.

  13. Is Rome a walkable city?

    Yes, Rome is a walkable city as the major attractions are in a walkable diameter like the Colosseum, Roman Forum ruins, Markets of Trajan and several other attractions.

  14. Is Rome dangerous at night?

    NOT AT ALL! Rome is one of the safest cities and is equally safe at night to enjoy. Just make sure that you don’t carry much cash and are cautious while roaming about in the late hours.

  15. What is the best location to stay in Rome?

    Some of the best areas to stay in Rome are:

    1. Aventine Hill
    If you are a nature and art lover, then this is a place for you as it has a number of elegant art villas that overlook the beautiful Orange Garden.

    Perfect for: Couples

    2. Trastevere
    Witness the most lively part of the city, that is the Trastevere. It is dotted with a number of up-scale hotels where you can relax and hop on to the cafes & bars that are right in its proximity. Right from the trendy bars to the hangout spots, you find everything in this part of the city.

    Perfect for: Friends and couples

    3. Testaccio
    Some of the best stays are available in Testaccio that is the food capital of the city. The roads are brimming with family-run trattorias where you can relish authentic culinary experience.

    Perfect for: Food lovers

    4. Ancient Rome
    Boasting of the Roman vibes and the retro feels, Ancient Rome is a place for all kinds of travelers. With all the major attractions in the vicinity, this is the most popular area of stay for travelers. Right from the basic budget hotels to the lavish stays, here you can find everything.

    Perfect for:Families and couples alike.

  16. How long does it take to do the Colosseum?

    One of the most interesting things to do in Rome is visiting the Colosseum that will take about 2-3 hours as the queues are pretty long.

  17. Is Rome safe to walk at night?

    Yes, strolling about in Rome at night is not a thing to worry but some precautions are always better. You must not miss on a chance of touring the city at night as that will give you an unforgettable experience.

  18. How many days in Rome is enough?

    To be honest 2 to 3 days are more than enough to tour Rome. In case you are comfortable with a jam-packed schedule then you can plan it in 2 days but if you wish to take some halts and wish to tour relaxingly then you need 3 days for the same itinerary.

    Some of the must include destinations in the plan should be the Colosseum, St Peters, the Pantheon, Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona, and the Trevi Fountain.

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