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Rome is the name of the city. It has been considered the centre of the globe for millennia; it is the birthplace of Caesar, the home of the Catholic Church, and is rich with ruins, history, and delectable food! Rome is unlike anywhere else on the earth. As you go down the street, you'll find new residences close to ruins going back thousands of years. Visiting Rome is like travelling through time, and it's a magnificent experience that will teach you about the history of the contemporary world while also giving you with some of the best cuisine you've ever had. Rome is a lively, lovely, and delightful city.


1. Go for a walk around the Colosseum. Even if the line of tourists may appear endless, the Colosseum is not to be missed. It is over 2,000 years old and was originally the greatest amphitheatre in the Roman Empire. The entrance fee is €12.50 ($13.50 USD). It opens at 8:30 a.m. and closes an hour before dusk.

2. The Forum and Palatine HillExplore Ancient Rome's capital and the site from which the Roman Empire was controlled. Nearby lies Palatine Hill, which was home to the Roman nobility. It is possible to combine a visit to the Colosseum and Palatine Hill. A guided tour (€12/$13.50 USD) is also suggested to offer context and bring the ruins to life.

3. Take a trip to the Vatican. The Vatican City is easy to see, however it is recommended that you spend at least a half-day there. The Pope's palace, St. Peter's Basilica, the Sistine Chapel, and the numerous intriguing museums (€17/$19 USD) are all must-sees in Rome.

4. Visit the Trevi Fountain: The Trevi Fountain is often crowded, especially at night when couples come for a romantic shot. The best time to visit this gorgeous fountain is before noon, when the lines are thin. Toss two coins over your left shoulder while you're here (one for passion, the other for returning to Rome).


Winter is the off-season in Rome, and it lasts from October to March. On the other hand, the region has never been quiet. For any occasion. Expect a bustle of activity wherever you go, despite the fact that there will be fewer passengers. The mercury seldom drops below 39 degrees Fahrenheit (4 degrees Celsius).

Summer is the busiest season, lasting from June through September. You'll have to struggle for views at all of Rome's big tourist sights, but the weather is still pleasant throughout these months (although sometimes unbearably hot). Temperatures in August will reach 89°F (32°C) on a daily basis.

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