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Colosseum & Roman Forum small-group tour with skip-the-line tickets & local guide
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Colosseum & Roman Forum small-group tour with skip-the-line tickets & local guide

Book now for an unforgettable small-group experience to discover the Colosseum and Roman Forum with skip-the-line tickets and a local expert guide!

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Private tour of Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill with local expert guide
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Private tour of Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill with local expert guide

Explore the Colosseum, visit the Roman Forum archeological site, walk up the Palatine Hill, one of the most ancient areas of Rome, and look down at Circus Maximus.

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Colosseum & arena floor private tour with local expert guide
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Colosseum & arena floor private tour with local expert guide

Don't miss the chance to enjoy a private tour with access to the Colosseum's arena floor by the Gladiator's entrance.

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Early morning tour of Rome's top sights with a local guide
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Early morning tour of Rome's top sights with a local guide

Book an early morning tour of Rome's top sights with a friendly local guide. Get up close to the Trevi Fountain, Pantheon and Spanish Steps with fewer crowds.

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Best of Rome walking tour with the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain and Pantheon
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Best of Rome walking tour with the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain and Pantheon

Enjoy a guided tour of the best sites in Rome including the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon and Piazza Navona.

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Special Visit by Evening: Colosseum Tour with Arena Floor
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Special Visit by Evening: Colosseum Tour with Arena Floor

Get your Colosseum skip-the-line night tour. See Rome after the sun goes down and take in all its moonlit beauty.

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Crypts and Catacombs of Rome skip-the-line tour
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Crypts and Catacombs of Rome skip-the-line tour

Book your Crypts and Catacombs of Rome skip-the-line tour and take a step back in time as you explore the early Christian art, crypts and catacombs with your guide.

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Rome ghost and mystery guided walking tour
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Rome ghost and mystery guided walking tour

Get all the best information for Dark Heart of RomeTour Including Campo de' Fiori, Piazza Farnese and Castel Sant'Angelo. Book your tickets, skipping the line, at official rates. Get informed, plan your trip and book your tour of Rome.

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Papal Audience experience with Pope Francis including tickets
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Papal Audience experience with Pope Francis including tickets

Experience the Papal Audience with Pope Francis on this exclusive tour with an expert guide. Enjoy a thorough explanation of what you will hear and see during the Papal Audience.

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Villa Borghese Gallery and Gardens skip-the-line guided tour
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Villa Borghese Gallery and Gardens skip-the-line guided tour

Join a guided skip-the-line tour at Villa Borghese and discover its incredible gallery and gardens with fountains, ponds and sculptures.

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Official Angels and Demons Rome Illuminati tour
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Official Angels and Demons Rome Illuminati tour

Book your Angels and Demons Rome Illuminati Tour and enjoy a unique, treasure-hunt-like experience to visit Rome's most loved attractions.

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OMNIA Vatican and Roma Pass 72 hours with transport
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OMNIA Vatican and Roma Pass 72 hours with transport

Visit Rome and its monuments without queuing with the OMNIA Vatican and Roma Pass and move around easily on Rome's public transport system. It will be three unforgettable days!

Duration up to 72 hours
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What to do in Rome

Rome is a city of eternal appeal in which history, art and culture surround you at every step. Whether its magnificence of the Colosseum or the riches of the Vatican Museums and walks in Trastevere and monumental squares, the past comes alive. And to top it all off, Rome boasts excellent gastronomy – considered among the tastiest in Italy – with an infinite range of trattorias, street food and elegant clubs. So, if you’re not sure where to start, check out our favorite experiences.

The six best activities to do in Rome

1. Admire the works of the Vatican Museums

A truly unmissable attraction in Rome, the Vatican Museums are immense. This Vatican City institution showcases centuries of Western art. Right inside them is the famous Sistine Chapel, whose ceiling was frescoed by Michelangelo. There are also the beautiful papal apartments, decorated with works by Michelangelo and Raphael. The museum is really big – it has 24 galleries – which is why to fully appreciate it, we recommend you visit on a guided tour.

2. Visit the Colosseum and the Roman Forum

As soon as you think of Rome, the image of the Colosseum, the Roman amphitheater that hosted gladiatorial battles and shows, comes to mind. Its monumental architecture embodies the historical richness of the city and the splendor of the Roman Empire. A short distance from the Colosseum is the Forum, the ancient center of the city’s social life, an archaeological marvel where emperors and citizens made the decisions that changed the course of history. A visit to the Colosseum and the Roman Forum is an incredible journey into the past, a must-do activity on your first trip to Rome.

3. Enter St Peter’s Basilica

Another architectural pearl of the Vatican City and a site of great religious importance, St Peter’s Basilica is a masterpiece that stands out in an equally surprising square. Its distinctive dome is a key element of the city’s skyline. But the best is inside, where there are masterpieces such as La Pietà by Michelangelo and the Baldacchino di San Pietro, designed by Bernini. Admission to the church is free, but it’s worth paying to climb the dome or join a guided tour to appreciate all the details.

4. Discover the history of Castel Sant’Angelo

Near the Vatican on the right bank of the Tiber River stands Castel Sant’Angelo. It oozes history and its ancient architecture can best be admired from the monumental Ponte Sant’Angelo, which connects it to Rome. Originally built as a mausoleum for Roman Emperor Hadrian, over the centuries it has served as a fortress, a prison, and a sumptuous Renaissance residence. Today, its seven levels are a museum that retraces the popes, emperors, wars, and intrigues that have made the history of Rome.

5. Enjoy the peace of Villa Borghese

Villa Borghese, together with the elegant Galleria Borghese, is an oasis of peace within the frenzy of the city. The villa’s park, where art and nature blend in harmony, is green, well-kept, and spacious. But the real gem is the gallery, which needs to be booked in advance. Here, in fact, works by Canova, Caravaggio, Bernini and many others are displayed. A visit to Villa Borghese is not only the perfect activity for those who love art history, but, thanks to its gardens, also for those seeking a bit of relaxation and for families with children.

6. Explore Roman gastronomy

No trip to Rome is complete without sampling its renowned gastronomy. And what better way to do so than by joining a food tour? Stroll the picturesque streets of Trastevere and enjoy the authentic taste of Roman trattorias. Taste supplì, carbonara, artichokes alla giudia and many other local specialties. Or, for a slightly different experience, how about a cooking class with a Roman chef?

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When’s the best time to visit Rome?

Rome is enchanting throughout the year. The summer months are teeming with visitors, so if you are traveling during this period, we recommend that you book the city’s main highlights well in advance and plan your visiting hours carefully. As for the weather, Roman summers can be very hot and humid, especially in July and August, but rest assured you’ll also get beautiful sunny days. The best time to go to Rome is from April to May and September to November. The weather is sunny but cool, and attractions are on average less crowded. Winter tends to be less busy, but it’s still a great time to visit the capital. Prices are lower, and the Christmas markets light up the city’s squares. You can even attend the Christmas midnight mass at the Vatican.

How many days should you spend in Rome?

There are more treasures in Rome than you can see in a lifetime. A weekend will be enough to take in the main attractions if you book your tickets in advance. The Colosseum, St Peter’s Basilica, and the Pantheon are just a handful of its major highlights. But it’s always worth coming back again and again to discover the plethora of museums, churches and monuments it houses. And we haven’t even mentioned all the finest things the ‘dolce vita’ has to offer. In general, our advice is to take it easy and plan at least four days for your trip. This will give you time to stroll through the picturesque alleys, mingle with the locals, savor the traditional Roman cuisine, and embrace every moment surrounded by the abundance of history and beauty.

Where are the best places to stay in Rome?

If this is your first time visiting the city, then you should consider staying in the historic centre. Ideally, the area around the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain is ideal to be close to all the main attractions and well-connected by the subway lines. If you’re looking for a bustling nightlife, filled with clubs and restaurants, then be sure to stay at Trastevere. If you’re looking for a quiet but well-served area, then the Prati district and the Vatican area are great options, both within walking distance of all the main attractions. Last but not least, if you’re craving a truly authentic and definitely cheaper experience, then the Testaccio district will cover your every need.