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Rome Tours

Rome Tours

Home to the Forum, the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, and Pantheon, Rome is a city like no other. Rome's history spans not just centuries but millennia. Learn more about Rome Tours that offer countless ways to experience this magical place. 

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What Are the Top Attractions in Rome?

Rome offers a fantastic variety of attractions, but the city is most famous for its historic sites, many of which date back thousands of years. The top Rome attractions include the Colosseum, Roman Forum, the Palatine Hill, Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, and many more.

How Much Time Should I Spend in Rome?

That's a difficult question! One could spend a lifetime exploring the city and never run out of new experiences. If it is your first visit, it is recommended that you spend at least 3 or 4 days in the city. With many different amounts of day tours and half-day tours available, this amount of time gives you plenty of opportunities to get a taste of what Rome has to offer. 

What is There to do in Rome?

Most visitors come to Rome for its historic art and architecture. But there are many things to do in Rome other than sightseeing. You can experience Ponte Milvio's vibrant nightlife, browse for antiques at Porta Portese, find the best local foods and produce at the Testaccio food market, take a bike ride along the Ancient Appian Way, and many more activities!

When is the Best Time to Visit Rome?

There are exciting things to see and do in Rome during any season, but most consider spring and fall to be the ideal times to visit. These seasons bring warm, sunny days and crisp cool nights, requiring only a light jacket. Tourist crowds are also smaller at this time of year than in summer, and you can often find better deals on lodging and transportation. 

Does it Snow in Rome?

Rarely. Even in the coldest months (January and February) temperatures commonly reach 12°C, making snow rare. Winter is a lovely time to visit Rome, though it would be wise to expect a bit of rain.