Rome, the eternal city. A city with more than two thousand years of history that will mark your visit: museums, archaeological excavations, churches, cathedrals and a gastronomic tradition that has no comparison. Ah! And within the city, the smallest country in the world, Vatican City.
We have visited the country on 3 occasions. And in this complete guide to traveling around Rome, you will find practical information to organize your trip around the city. We hope you find it useful!
Rome is the capital of Italy and the most populous city in this Mediterranean country. It was the capital of the Roman Empire, making it the center of one of humanity’s most important ancient civilizations.
Luckily, an important part of this civilization has survived to this day in the form of monuments, public spaces and museums that have managed to preserve their treasures, today turned into tourist attractions. In this complete guide to traveling to Rome, we discover them all.
If you are going to travel to Rome after the Coronavirus, I have prepared an article with some data and practical information so that you can get a little more into the idea of how your next trip will be and you can enjoy it 100%.
Below you will find all the itineraries that we propose to you to travel to Rome:
Below you will find specific articles of the places that can not miss in a complete guide to travel to Rome:
We know it: you go to Rome to eat, we are not deceived. So here are our personal recommendations:
Rome is one of the most tourist cities in Europe. Here are some tips that can be useful when moving around on public transport:
Here are some varied tips that can help you on your trip to Rome:
For us, traveling responsibly and sustainably is a priority. We do not conceive a trip without trying to respect our environment and the people who live in it. And one of the best ways to do this is by trying to reduce waste while traveling to Rome.
Traveling without plastic in Rome is possible. You don’t have to be buying water bottles and you can always order your drinks without a straw. Here are some more detailed tips so you know how to do it.