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🛒PRICE PER PERSON: $ 115,00
📍WHERE: from Lungotevere delle Armi 44 - Via dei Cerchi 59
⌛DURATION: 6 hours
🛒PRICE PER PERSON: $ 115,00
⌛DURATION: 4.5 hours including return to Rome
🛒PRICE PER PERSON: $ 79,00
📍WHERE: from Rome Porta del Popolo
⌛DURATION: 4 hours including return to Rome

Why You Should Visit Rome with Us

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Planning Your Rome Visit

How long should you stay in Rome?

We can promise you won’t get bored! You could manage to hit a lot of attractions in 4-5 days, or you could stay for months. Rome is incredibly walkable — meaning it’s easy to get a sense of the city just by exploring the neighborhood where you decide to stay. You’ll quite quickly discover hidden-gem Italian restaurants or accidentally stumble upon Roman ruins.

How much money do you bring?

The big attractions charge you an entrance fee. Colosseum tickets start at 10€ to tour the inside. You can plan on seeing a lot of the ruins and churches from the outside for free, and you will find delicious Italian food for reasonable prices. One very cool free activity: the Casa del Cinema at Villa Borghese. The city of Rome subsidizes the outdoor film screenings here. Buy some wine and pizza, sit on the grass, and take in a free movie.

Where is the good shopping?

This completely depends on your budget and style. You’ll probably walk down Via Connotti on your way to the Spanish Steps. That’s where to go if you’re looking for the great designer houses of Italy, like Prada and Gucci. Alternatively, check out the Mercato Monti in the neighborhood near the Colosseum. It’s open daily for your fashion and trinket flea market fix.

One more thing to know about how old Rome is…

Roman tradition suggests the city was founded in 753 BC, and archaeologists suggest that inhabitants were settled there even earlier!

Good to know

  • Language
    Italian
  • Currency
    Euro (€)
  • Time Zone
    UTC (+01:00)
  • Country Code
    +39
  • Best time to visit
    Rome is in southern Italy, so winter weather is mild. One tip: keep major Catholic holidays in mind. It may mean things are closed; more likely, it will mean huge crowds. Whether or not you want to see Easter at the Vatican, it will help your hotel (or flight) plans if you know in advance.

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