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“A poem pressed into service as a city.” When you visit Rome, you'll understand Anatole Broyard's words.
The capital of Italy is a vibrant, energetic, and stylish city. While thoroughly modern in sensibility, Rome is home to some of the world’s most important works of classic art and architecture. This city has been an epicenter of culture, politics, and religion for more than 2,500 years. Of course, the museums are fantastic. Think of the Colosseum and the many traces of Ancient Rome, the Spanish Steps, and the Vatican. There are more than enough sights to keep even the most active tourists busy in Rome. Even somewhere as popular as Rome you can find places just off the tourist trail and bustling with locals.
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It’s also nice to slow down and enjoy Rome’s famous cafes and restaurants. They can be just as beguiling as the buildings. Lounge with an espresso on the Campo de Fiori and watch the changing light on the fountains and facades in a piazza. Visit the Vatican and explore some of the world’s most beautiful churches. Rome really comes alive at night. That's when restaurants and wine bars bring a renewed vitality to the city. You can also take day trips from Rome to local vineyards, olive groves, and other places producing regional delicacies. No matter your interests, Rome will be an enjoyable destination whether you're visiting for the first, or fifth, time.

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What I love about Rome


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Each time I return to Rome I fall in love with the city a little more. There's just so much to discover it doesn't matter if it's your first or tenth visit. I love staying in the Monti area, still packed with local life, small trattorias, up & coming designer shops yet a stone's throw from the colosseum.

Where to stay in Rome

With thousands of hotels in the city and not knowing the neighborhoods it can be hard to pick where to stay. We've mostly concentrated our accommodation selection around Rome's "modern" city center for those who prefer to be closer to attractions such as the Spanish Steps and Piazza Navona, as well as the Monti neighborhood. A valiant holdout against Rome's mass tourism, this little pocket of small streets, local restaurants, bars, and boutique shops is the ideal area to stay in if you're seeking something more authentic. Whichever part of Rome you prefer to temporarily call home, we've chosen some outstanding properties, from 3 to 5 stars, many with terraces affording spectacular views across the rooftops of Rome. Once we start preparing your customized itinerary we will present our recommended options for you to select from.
Classic Luxury Hotel in Rome
Classic Luxury Hotel
Pure luxury in the center of Rome. This is a very impressive hotel.
Central Heritage Hotel in Rome
Central Heritage Hotel
Located right in front of the Pantheon, this is an elegant hotel in neoclassical style with superior rooms that have very impressive views. You'll feel like a Roman senator!
Boutique Hotel in Rome
Boutique Hotel
Charming hotel in the heart of Rome

Things to do in Rome

There are a thousand and one things to do in Rome and there's always something new to see whether it's your first time of tenth time in the eternal city. We can arrange private and group tours of all the major sights, a general overview or an in-depth look at something that particularly interests you. Rome's Jewish Ghetto neighborhood, for example, provides a rich backdrop to a tour focused on Jewish Rome. If you'd like to get out of the city, Rome is surrounded by a number of interesting places, from Castelli Romani or Ostia Antica, to Tivoli and Villa d'Este. When we send you your customized itinerary you will be able to choose additional excursions to include in your vacation package or consider adding later. Whether you need day trips with a guide, just transport, or information to go and explore on your own, we're here to help.
Small Group Food Tour - Campo de' Fiori, Jewish Ghetto, Trastevere
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Small Group Food Tour - Campo de' Fiori, Jewish Ghetto, Trastevere
Tivoli, the Best of the Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'Este Small Group Tour
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Tivoli, the Best of the Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'Este Small Group Tour

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Frequently Asked Questions about travel to Rome

How long should I spend in Rome?
We suggest spending at least three days in Rome, in order to be able to enjoy its immense cultural richness. Consider adding another night if you want to make a day trip.
What are prices like in Rome?
A quick lunch with a drink in the center, is around 25-30 euros. Museums and landmarks generally cost 10-20 euros. For a full dinner, budget at least 30-40 euros. 
How can I get around Rome?
Rome's center is home to most of its main sights, but this is a sprawling area, which can take time to walk. A taxi costs about 11 euros for a three-kilometer ride. Public transportation tickets cost 1.50 euros and are valid for 100 minutes. It's not possible to exit the subway, then get in with the same ticket.
Is Rome safe?
Rome is safe, especially in the city center, but be on the lookout for pickpockets in crowded places, such as tourist attractions and subways.
What are Rome's options for people with dietary restrictions?
There are more and more restaurants in Rome focused on providing options for people with dietary restrictions and intolerances. Many pizza places offer gluten-free pizzas (Mama Eat Roma is one of them). You can also find many vegetarian options in most restaurants, or go to a restaurant specializing in vegetarian and vegan options, like La Sciuscella - Taverna Vegetariana.
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