As much as many people seem to plan their trips to Rome down to the detail, there are some mistakes that can be easy to make…from using TripAdvisor for restaurants to coming during the hot summer season. We hope we can be helpful with this page!
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Rome is blessed with one of the finest climates, there is no bad time of year to visit the Eternal City. All the best Roman vacations include a lot of nice walking, so it’s great that the city enjoys limited precipitation throughout the year. Even in the winter you can expect long stretches of dry and sunny days with just occasional snow that makes the city even more romantic. Spring and fall in Rome are warm and pleasant and are perhaps the best times to visit. Summers are warm and sunny with average temperatures around 30/35 °C.
In the summer feel free to join us in a splendid beach day in the beautiful coast in south of Rome Full Day Beach Tour
So feel free to plan your trip in Rome in every season of the year depending with your needs.
Rome is covered by an extensive transportation network.
Rome is served by subways, trams, buses, and trolley-bus lines that provide easy access to all areas of the city.
The city is also the home of Italy’s largest international airport, Leonardo Da Vinci, and the country’s largest train station, Roma Termini.
The center of the city is crisscrossed with narrow roads which are notorious for traffic jams. Considering that many notable places to visit in Rome are located in pedestrian areas near by a metro station, a car is far from a necessity for exploring the city.
So rent a car and explore Rome alone, is not that easy like you imagine.
Rome’s local cuisine is definitely one of its great attractions. Wherever in the city you are, you won’t have to look far for a place to taste Roman specialties. Like many other Italian recipes, these are often simple but irresistibly tasty. Homemade pizza, bread, cookies and gelato are Rome’s most famous street foods, and you can find them all over the city’s historic center. Rome Food Tour by Night
If you’re looking for more than a quick snack, you can choose from an endless selection of restaurants that serve specialties like bruschetta, pasta, and various traditional meat dishes. Sunset Tour with Aperitivo
The area of Testaccio, once the home of the city’s butchers, is the best place to go for authentic Roman cooking. However, modern Rome is a multicultural hub where you can find food from all over the world and some fines restaurants.
Feel free to explore the city’s culinary scene at your own pace, or go on a tasting tour Street Food Tour, where the local guides will help you gain in-depth knowledge of Rome’s gastronomic and cultural traditions.
An indispensable part of the Roman culinary experience is wine, especially the white wines that the city is famous for. Educational programs hosted by experienced guides Wine Tasting Experience include the visit in the cellars and the estates are a real treat for wine lovers.
A bustling European capital, a center of fashion, and a city of incredible culture, Rome is the perfect shopping destination for all tastes and budgets. Those looking for the world’s biggest design names will find an abundance of shops at the foot of Spanish Steps as well as along the whole length of Via del Corso and the surrounding streets, such as Via Condotti. Rome also has a huge selection of secondhand shops and outlet stores where you can find great bargains. Another place to visit in Rome for bargain hunters is the massive flea market that’s set up every Sunday morning at Porta Portese. For art lovers and collectors there are numerous galleries and antique shops that are usually not cheap but offer real treasures. On almost every corner in the center of the city you’ll be able to find gifts and souvenirs to remind you of your trip to Rome.
Do you want an help during your shopping day? Here we are! Rome Shopping Experience
Don’t underestimate the importance of good footwear during your visit Rome. The distances in Rome are very big and you will be walking a lot because it’s the best way to visit the city near by your tour guide.
If your feet are hurting you will not be able to enjoy the sights much, are you? People who seemed to be enjoying themselves were also the ones with the most comfortable footwear.
Don’t forget about all the ‘Italy is about looking stylish’ advice and pack comfortable shoes if you have it at home.
Anyway you can spend the first hours of your holidays to buy a nice pair of shoes and use it along your holiday.
Also, there are so many fashionable comfortable shoes available that you don’t even need to sacrifice comfort for style.
Look around you and you will be amazed to see how many hidden treasures you will find in Rome: most beautiful churches, wonderful architecture, secret alleys and little squares… All you have to do is keep your eyes open and your mind flexible. Enjoy!