Essential Information About Rome in September
Weather in Rome during the months of September
- Rome in September is still considered a summer month especially the first fortnight after which there is a noticeable change in weather
- While the days are warm, the nights remain relatively cool making this a great time to go for walking tours
- Fall starts to set in around the last couple of weeks of September bringing sharp contrasts in the weather
- The temperatures remain quite pleasant in September and only gets better as the month progresses
- The city experiences a moderate amount of rainfall during this time and the days are long giving you ample time to enjoy sightseeing
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What to Pack for Rome in September
- Clothing: Pack light clothes that are comfortable especially for your expeditions of foot in the warm weather of Rome in September. Carry enough clothes that cover your ankles, knees, and shoulders especially for visits to religious institutions.
- Shoes: Carry a good and comfortable pair of walking shoes as you will spend long hours walking around the city for sightseeing and other activities.
- Scarves and jackets: If you are visiting Rome towards the end of September, you may need a light jacket or scarf to protect you from the chill.
- Other essentials: Carry sunscreen, sun hats, sunglasses, as well as umbrellas for sudden showers
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Things to Do in Rome in September
Explore Sant'Andrea della Valle
- Visit one of the most significant structures of Rome that was also one of the three great 17th century preaching churches
- Revel in the mesmerizing sights of the frescoed nave ceiling vault and other rich decorations within the church that largely remained unchanged since the 17th century
- Marvel at the opulent architectural details that include one of the highest domes in Rome which is covered in awe-inspiring frescoes
- Enjoy looking at the Baroque facade that was designed by Carlo Rinaldi and enjoy a mesmerizing opera performance of the first act of “Tosca” that takes place here
Location: Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 00186 Roma
Timings: 7 AM - 12:30 PM, 4PM - 8 PM
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- Delight in the awe-inspiring sights of this massive structure also known as the Flavian Amphitheater that is considered one of the greatest wonders of the world.
- Revel in the rich history of the colosseum built between AD 72 and AD 80 and the site of terrifying gladiator games that were held here.
- Learn about the Roman Empire, its architectural influences, and rich cultural heritage as you explore the famous edifice when visiting Rome in September.
- Visualize the bygone era where almost 80,000 spectators witnessed gruesome gladiator battles, animal hunting, executions and even sea battles
Location: Piazza del Colosseo 1 in Rome
Timings: 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM
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Explore Palatine Hill
- Take a breathtaking tour of one of the most ancient areas in Rome located on a hill in the Tiber Region
- Enjoy fantastic views of the surrounding landscapes from your vantage point 40 meters above the historical Roman Forum makes it one of the best things to do in Rome in September
- Get enchanted by the fascinating Roman mythology about the legendary Romulus and Remus who built the city from here
- Enjoy access to some of the other interesting attractions from here such as the Flavian Palace and the Temple of Cybele
Timings: 10:30 AM - 7:15 PM
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Admire St. Peter’s Basilica
- Visit this iconic structure that is one of the most important aspects of the city’s skyline when you are visiting Rome in September
- Experience the solemnity that this building holds being the most celebrated religious building in the world.
- Feast your eyes on the wonderfully designed front façade which is crowned with statues of the Apostles and Jesus Christ.
- Explore the spectacular interiors with detailed decorations contributed by renowned masters such as Michelangelo and Bernini
- Watch the way the sun’s rays fall on the intricate details of the building in September Rome casting a stunning glow
Timings: 7:00 AM to 6:30 PM every day
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Explore Sistine Chapel
- Marvel at the architectural grace of this monument that is renowned all over the world for its exquisite artwork and the best things to do in Rome in September
- Admire the incredible frescoes by Michelangelo at this chapel which attracts millions of visitors from all over the planet
- Witness remarkable works by other famous masters as well such as Raphael in one of the largest museums on earth
- Enjoy looking at some of the other pieces of interest such as the Etruscan grave goods, cut outs by Matisse, an entire gallery that runs almost 390 feet and covered in accurate map paintings from the 16th century
Timings: Monday – Saturday: 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
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Visit the Castel Sant'Angelo
- If you are looking for things to do in Rome in September, discover this visually stunning structure also known as “The Castle of Angels,” with its exquisite cylindrical fortification
- Embark on a delightful sightseeing tour when you visit Rome in September and bask in tranquil atmosphere by the banks of the Tiber River where the edifice is situated
- Get a deep insight into the history behind the construction of this building by Roman Emperor Hadrian in the 2nd Century AD
- Walk through the remarkably frescoed rooms, look at the brilliant collection of medieval weaponry and enjoy panoramic views of the city from here
Timings: 9 AM – 7:30 PM
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Checkout Palazzo Barberini
- Explore this 17th century palace in Rome located close to the Piazza Barberini when you are in Rome in September
- Get fascinated by the most important collection of older paintings in Rome preserved at the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica housed here
- Discover some of the most beautiful aspects of the palace such as the square stairwell and the oval spiral staircase designed by Borromini.
- Look for the interesting family crest of the Barberinis which is the bee that you will find in several places, such as in the ceilings and statues.
Timings: 10 AM - 6 PM (Tuesday to Sunday)
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- Get inspired by the richness of the architecture of this Roman temple dedicated to "All of the Gods"
- Learn about the history behind the construction of the structure in 125 AD by Emperor Hadrian on the site of a former temple
- Witness the largest dome in the world, mind-boggling dimensions, exquisite original Roman bronze doors, and simplistic columns
- If you are visiting Rome in September, it is a good time to go on long walking tours and see some of ancient Rome’s best-preserved buildings like the Pantheon
Timings: 8:30 AM - 7:30 PM
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Discover Vatican Museums
- Witness some of the most valuable arts and artifacts in all of Italy carefully preserved in these museums
- Get amazed by the largest and most important art collections in the world displayed across numerous galleries, courtyards and hallways.
- Enjoy looking at over 70,000 works of art including those by world renowned masters like Raphael, da Vinci, Michelangelo and Bernini.
- Visit Rome in September to enjoy the outdoor splendor here and head to the Vatican Gardens that boasts beautiful fountains, floral plants and a distinct replica of the Grotto devoted to Our Lady of Lourdes
Location: Vatican City
Timings: Monday - Saturday: 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
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Checkout Baths of Caracalla
- Explore these magnificent ruins that date back to the 3rd Century and named after the emperor Caracalla, when you visit Rome in September
- Witness the massive bathhouse that was also one of the largest buildings during the Roman times along with the Colosseum
- Marvel at the sheer size of the once richly decorated bath that could accommodate almost 2,500 people at a time.
- Discover the various sections including massage rooms, dressing rooms, cold, warm and hot baths, pools, receptions, and even libraries and brothels.
Location: Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00153 Rome
Timings: 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM (Tuesday to Sunday)
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