Discover and book the best tours in Rome
Discover and book the best tours in Rome
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Guided Colosseum Tour
Perfect for travellers on a budget or short on time. This tour provides skip the line access to the Colosseum as well as an immersion into its fascinating history.
Colosseum Arena Floor
This tour grants you access into the restricted area of the Colosseum Arena. Walk through the Gladiator’s Gate and stand in the footsteps of Gladiators on the Colosseum Arena floor.
Frequently asked questions Rome

  • Visit the Vatican Museum
  • Visit the Colosseum
  • Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
  • Visit the Pantheon
  • Visit the Trevi Fountain

  • Vatican Museum
  • The Colosseum and Roman Forum
  • The Capitoline Museums
  • The Borghese Gallery

The best time to visit Rome is during the spring (April to June) and autumn (September to October) months. During these times, the weather is generally pleasant with mild temperatures, making it ideal for exploring the city's outdoor attractions and landmarks.


Choosing where to stay in Rome depends on your preferences, budget, and what you plan to see and do during your visit. Here are some popular areas to consider:

  • Historic Center (Centro Storico)
  • Trastevere
  • Piazza di Spagna
  • Piazza Barberini

A visit to Rome can be enjoyable for around 3 to 5 days. This gives you enough time to explore the city's main attractions, such as the Colosseum, Vatican City, and Trevi Fountain. This will also give you some time to enjoy a food tour and allow you to explore the city centre with a guided walking tour. With a few days, you can experience the essence of Rome without feeling rushed, making it a memorable and fulfilling trip.


The best way to explore Rome is on foot or using public transportation like buses and the metro. Walking lets you discover hidden gems and enjoy the city's atmosphere, while buses and the metro are convenient for longer distances. Joining  guided tours will give you further insights into Rome's history and culture. Remember to wear comfortable shoes, carry a map or use a navigation app.


Rome has so many unique sights, but here are a few. One sight is the Bocca della Verità, a famous ancient sculpture. Another unique sight is the Keyhole at the Knights of Malta. This is an interesting spot offering a picturesque view of St. Peter's Basilica through a keyhole.


Must-do things in Rome include visiting the Colosseum, exploring Vatican City and St. Peter's Basilica. Tossing a coin into the Trevi Fountain and enjoying a slice of pizza and ice cream (gelato).


Rome is known for its delicious Italian cuisine, including pasta dishes like carbonara and amatriciana, thin-crust Roman-style pizza, supplì (fried rice balls), and gelato. Don't forget to try classic Roman street food like porchetta sandwiches and fried artichokes. Consider taking a food tour to explore Rome's cuisine more thoroughly.


Some of the best locations in Rome for food include Trastevere for traditional Roman trattorias, Testaccio for authentic street food and local markets. The historic centre (Centro Storico) offers a variety of delicious restaurants. 


You can go shopping in Rome at popular areas like Via del Corso for fashion boutiques, Via Condotti for luxury brands. Campo de' Fiori offers bespoke shops for artisanal goods, and Via del Governo Vecchio for vintage clothing and unique finds.


Yes, Rome can be expensive. Especially in touristy areas and for dining out. However, there are also budget-friendly options available, such as visiting local markets, dining at trattorias instead of upscale restaurants, and using public transportation instead of taxis. It's possible to enjoy Rome without breaking the bank by planning ahead and being mindful of your spending. 


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Rome’s incredible history means that there are countless things to do and see. Whether your interests are ancient Rome or the Renaissance, archaeology, art or religion; it would take years of living in the city to visit each of its many attractions.

This is a nationwide network of free internet access points supported by various partners. To access it, you only need to register once, and then you can use it in all Italian cities. Hotspots are available in tourist areas, train stations, airports, and more. DigitRoma is part of this network and offers up to four hours of free access per day in Rome. You can register when you connect to any hotspot in the city. Another option is to ask for the wifi password at many bars and most restaurants. They often offer free wifi to their customers.

When you're out exploring Rome and need to use the restroom, options are limited. While archaeological sites and museums have facilities, public toilets are scarce.
Major train stations offer paid services, but if you're on the street, your best bet is a nearby bar. Though legally required to provide access, many bars and restaurants may require a purchase. Since 2019, the city has introduced P Stops in main squares, offering facilities for a fee along with free Wi-Fi and tourist information.

In addition to the P-Stop with helpful staff, you'll find Tourist Information booths in Rome's main streets. You can also call +39 060608 for tourist information in different languages or visit the official website at Alternatively, you can call +39 060608 the official tourist information line in a number of languages, or online at

If you're interested in ancient Roman things, there are lots of old places to check out. The Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill are the main ones. You can also visit Trajan’s markets, a fancy shopping place, or the large public baths called the baths of Caracalla.
Another interesting place is Ostia Antica, kind of like Pompeii but near Rome.

If you love exploring churches, Rome is the perfect place with over 963 to pick from! St. Peter’s Basilica is the biggest and most famous, but not the most important.
The papal basilicas like St. Peter’s, San Giovanni in Laterano (Rome's Cathedral), Santa Maria Maggiore, and St. Paul outside the walls are crucial for religious visitors.
Besides being places for prayer, Rome's churches are full of amazing art by great artists like Caravaggio and Bernini. St. Luigi in Francese have famous artwork. At St. Maria della Vittoria, Bernini’s statue of St. Theresa in Ecstasy is breathtaking.

Many of Rome's grand palaces now serve as art galleries, showcasing the private collections of noble families. In the past, owning art and sculptures was a hobby for the wealthy, showcasing their status and power.
The Vatican houses some of the finest art. For art lovers, the Borghese Gallery is a must-visit, boasting a large collection of Caravaggio and Bernini's masterpieces. The Villa Farnesina in Trastevere features erotic frescoes by Raphael, perfect for Renaissance enthusiasts. If you prefer modern art, check out the GNAM (National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art) in Villa Borghese.

Discover Rome's catacombs, fascinating underground burial sites steeped in history and mystery. Wander through winding tunnels adorned with ancient artwork and hear captivating tales of early Christian practices. Led by knowledgeable guides, delve into the stories of saints and martyrs resting in these sacred spaces. Whether you're a history enthusiast or simply curious, exploring the catacombs promises an amazing journey into Rome's past.

Step into the eerie yet intriguing world of The Capuchin Crypt in Rome. This unique underground site holds the skeletal remains of thousands of Capuchin friars, arranged in elaborate and artistic displays. Each chamber tells a story, offering a glimpse into the Capuchin order's beliefs and traditions. Guided tours provide fascinating insights into the history and significance of the crypt, making it a must-visit for those with a taste for the unusual and curious.

Step into the mysterious world beneath the Vatican City with a visit to the Vatican Necropolis. This ancient burial site dates back to Roman times and holds the tombs of early Christians, including St. Peter himself. This is one of the best Rome tours available. As you descend into the underground chambers, guided by local experts, you'll uncover centuries of history and religious significance. Marvel at the intricate architecture and learn about the rituals and beliefs of the ancient Romans and early Christians. The feeling is serious and amazing, giving you a special look at history. Guided tours provide insightful commentary, making it a fascinating experience for history buffs and curious visitors alike. Don't miss this opportunity to explore one of Rome's hidden treasures and unravel the mysteries of the Vatican Necropolis.

Experience the Colosseum like never before with a night tour! As the sun sets and the crowds thin out, you'll enjoy exclusive access to this iconic ancient landmark. With the help of an expert guide, you'll explore the Colosseum's underground chambers and walk where gladiators once fought. Feel the magic as the moon casts its glow over the ancient ruins, creating an incredible atmosphere. Discover interesting stories and facts about the Colosseum's history as you explore its halls and admire its beauty at night. Don't miss this unique opportunity to see one of the world's most famous attractions in a whole new light!

Indulge in Rome's famous gelato, a delightful frozen treat that's a must-try for any visitor! The gelato is made with fresh ingredients and crafted by skilled artisans. It offers a variety of Flavours to satisfy every taste bud. From classic favourites like creamy vanilla and rich chocolate to unique creations such as pistachio and stracciatella, there's something for everyone to enjoy. Enjoy a walking tour through the city streets and find gelato shops nestled in charming alleyways. They are often located close to Piazza Venezia and next to the Trevi Fountain. Each with their own delightful specialties to enjoy. Whether you're cooling off on a hot summer day or simply satisfying your sweet tooth. Rome's gelato is sure to delight your senses and leave you craving more. Don't leave Rome without treating yourself to this irresistible Italian delicacy.

Feel the charm of Rome's piazzas, where people come together to relax, chat, and enjoy the lively vibe of this eternal city. The Spanish Steps is a great place to relax and soak in the lively atmosphere of Rome especially in the evenings. Whether you're sipping a cappuccino in Piazza Navona, admiring the fountains in Piazza di Spagna, or people-watching in Piazza del Popolo, each square offers its own unique ambiance and beauty. Take a leisurely stroll, find a cozy bench, and enjoy the sights and sounds of Rome unfolding around you. Rome's piazzas offer a vibrant atmosphere with street musicians and outdoor cafes, ideal for embracing Italian culture. Soak up the sunshine, savor the moment, and make memories that will last a lifetime in Rome's picturesque squares.

Rome isn't just about ancient ruins and gelato – it's also a paradise for fashionistas! Head to Via del Corso, Rome's bustling shopping street, lined with trendy boutiques offering everything from chic clothing to stylish accessories. You'll find both local Italian brands and international labels, so there's something for every taste and budget. Don't forget to explore the charming side streets for hidden gems and unique finds!

Looking for something truly special to take home from your Roman holiday? Explore the city's artisanal workshops and markets, where skilled craftsmen create handmade treasures. Visit places like Campo de' Fiori Market for beautiful handcrafted leather goods, ceramics, and jewellery. Find special souvenirs and meet the artists who made them, making your shopping experience more personal and unique. So, ditch the touristy trinkets and opt for something authentic and handmade to cherish forever!

Indulge in some high-end retail therapy at Rome's designer boutiques and luxury stores. From iconic Italian fashion houses like Gucci and Prada to international luxury brands. Walk along Via Condotti, Rome's "Fashion Street," to see top designer stores showcasing the latest collections.

Visiting Pompeii is like stepping into a time machine back to ancient Rome! You can stroll through streets that were bustling with people thousands of years ago, peek into houses, and even see where people used to hang out. It's fascinating to see how they lived, worked, and played back then. Plus, the volcano that buried Pompeii, Mount Vesuvius, is still there, adding to the excitement. Pompeii is a must-see for history buffs and anyone curious about life in the past.

Ever heard of Ostia Antica? It's like stepping back in time to ancient Rome. A Rome attraction that will not disappoint. Wander through ancient ruins, exploring old streets, and imagining what life was like thousands of years ago. Visit the old amphitheatre where gladiators fought. Walk by the ancient harbour. See ancient mosaics and frescoes that have lasted a long time. This is like being in your own historical adventure! Plus, it's super close to Rome, so you can easily make a day trip out of it. Whether you're a history buff or just someone looking for a cool day out, Ostia Antica is worth a visit. You won't be disappointed!

The Amalfi Coast is like a dream come true! Picture this: stunning cliffs plunging into the sparkling blue sea, colourful villages clinging to the mountainside, and charming beaches tucked away in hidden coves. It's like something out of a postcard! You can walk along cliffs, relax on beaches, and eat seafood at seaside restaurants for a leisurely vacation experience. Don't forget to visit charming small towns like Positano and Amalfi. You can walk along narrow streets and find cute shops and cafes. Plus, the views are absolutely breathtaking – perfect for snapping some envy-inducing photos for your Instagram! Whether you're a nature lover, or just someone looking for a little slice of paradise, the Amalfi Coast has something for everyone.