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The eternal city blends ancient history, lively culture, and delicious cuisine in a mix sure to make a lasting impression.
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Rome Overview

  • The Colosseum

    Unleash your inner gladiator at the Colosseum, where the ancient arena echoes with the cheers of history. Feel the grit of the arena underfoot as you imagine epic battles and grand spectacles, making it a must-visit for anyone seeking a thrilling dive into Rome's rich past.

  • Trastevere

    Wander through the charming streets of Trastevere, where cobblestone alleys lead to bustling piazzas and inviting trattorias. A bohemian haven, this quarter embodies the authentic pulse of Roman life, inviting visitors to savor local flavors and embrace the vibrant chaos that defines this beloved neighborhood.

  • Roman Forum

    Walk in the footsteps of emperors at the Roman Forum, where ancient ruins tell tales of power, politics, and the pulse of a bygone era. Amidst the crumbling columns and fallen temples, immerse yourself in the tangible echoes of history, making it a captivating destination for history enthusiasts.

  • Rome Fast Facts

    Language: Italian is the official language spoken in Rome.
    Currency: The official currency is the Euro (EUR).
    Electricity: Italy operates on a standard European 230V, with a frequency of 50Hz. The power plugs and sockets used are of type F and L. Travelers from countries with different plug types may need a power adapter
    Passport/Immigration: Non-European Union (EU) visitors generally require a valid passport to enter Rome. Visa requirements depend on your nationality and the purpose and duration of your visit. It's advisable to check visa requirements before your travel dates.
    Time Zone: Rome operates on Central European Time (CET), UTC+1. However, during daylight saving time (from the last Sunday in March to the last Sunday in October), it follows Central European Summer Time (CEST), UTC+2.

Things to Do

  • Explore the Vatican City

    Ascend into divine beauty at St. Peter's Basilica, where Michelangelo's Pieta tugs at the heartstrings, and step into the Sistine Chapel, where the ceiling unfolds a masterpiece that transcends time. A pilgrimage for art lovers and spiritual seekers alike, this Vatican duo offers an immersive journey through the intersection of faith and creativity.

  • Trevi Fountain

    Toss a coin into the Trevi Fountain and let the enchantment begin. Beyond the sparkling waters and Baroque splendor, this iconic site promises more than wishes granted—it's a moment of pure magic where the sound of flowing water blends with the heartbeat of Rome's eternal allure.
  • Piazza Navona

    Dive into the vibrant energy of Piazza Navona, where lively street performers and Bernini's Fountain of the Four Rivers create a lively tableau. A perfect spot for people-watching, sipping espresso, and soaking in the essence of Roman life, this bustling square encapsulates the joyful spirit of la dolce vita.

  • Pantheon

    Discover the architectural marvel of the Pantheon, where the oculus invites sunlight to dance on ancient floors. Beyond its structural genius, this celestial space provides a serene pause for contemplation, offering a unique blend of history, spirituality, and architectural brilliance.

Tips & Transportation

  • Airport

    When visiting Rome, the Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport (FCO) is the primary entry port. Located about 35 kilometers southwest of the city center, Fiumicino Airport offers efficient transportation options, including train services and taxis, ensuring easy access to the city. 
  • Immigration & Customs

    Complete your immigration form, including departure information during your flight, so that you have everything prepared before entering immigration. Upon arriving at Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport in Rome, travelers will proceed through immigration, where efficient and friendly officers typically ensure a smooth entry process. Once cleared, you'll continue to customs, where the process is generally straightforward, with a quick check to ensure compliance with Italy's import regulations.
  • Getting Around Rome

    Navigating the streets of Rome is best accomplished on foot, allowing you to wander through historic neighborhoods and stumble upon hidden gems. Rome's extensive public transportation system, including buses and the efficient metro, also offers a convenient way to reach key landmarks and explore the city's diverse districts. For a touch of romance, consider navigating the Tiber River on a leisurely boat ride, providing a unique perspective of Rome's iconic bridges and riverside beauty.

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