Rome Italy Attractions
There are countless guidebooks and online articles that deal with some of the best things to do in Rome. If you are still trying to fill your itinerary with sights, we have compiled a list of places not to be missed. Whether you're in Rome for just one day or on the road for weeks, these articles on Rome's attractions are all good for you. January is probably the best month of the year for a trip to Rome, as travelers look forward to the start of a new year and a new beginning for the city and its people.
Here you can read about experiences during your visit to the Vatican, the Colosseum and the Roman Forum, here about experiences in the Borghese Gallery and here about hikes in Italy and Rome. Don't forget to check out our other sections to take some very good tours to the Colosseum in central Rome, visit Villa Borgata (free museum), get a nice view over Rome and see St. Peter's Basilica. Go to the Trevi Fountain and do some of the best tours in Rome, such as this one from the Italian Tourist Board.
The Roman Forum and the Colosseum are owned by the Vatican, one of the most important monuments of the city. The main attractions include the Basilica of St. Peter, the Pantheon and some of Rome's most famous monuments, such as the Trevi Fountain. This is a destination that deserves a separate section in our Rome Guide and its attractions in Rome.
If you are in Rome for a short period of time, please read our guide for 2 days in Roma, which offers you other options for your visit. If you choose to do so, the Roma Pass may be the best option for accessing the Roman Forum and the Colosseum, but I think the Omnia Vatican - Rome Card is a better option if you follow our Rome route. With the Rome Pass, you can skip the Rome-Vatican Pass and the Roma Pass (which includes access to the Colosneum) free of charge.
If you are coming to Rome and want to do a tour or something amazing, have a look at our list of the best sights in Rome. Some of the excellent Rome tours we offer are Rome day tours that cover many of the city's highlights in one day and are a great way to see all of Rome's sights without worrying too much about avoiding queues and ticket queues. When it comes to exploring Rome on Mediterranean cruises, we take you on excursions that you must not miss.
There are dozens of incredible sights to see in Rome, but if you're not in time, you may not be able to get to all of the main sights of Rome. Unfortunately, it is not possible to visit all the major tourist attractions of Rome in a few days or even months. This means that if you don't have access to one of our Rome day tours or a great walk, you can only see so much of a city in one day. Great walks through ancient Rome are indeed good value for money, and there are many great ways to visit all the major tourist attractions in and around Rome in a few days.
We also have the opportunity to visit many of Rome's most popular tourist attractions, such as the Pantheon, St. Peter's Basilica and the Colosseum, among many others.
The Pantheon must be on your itinerary, as it is one of the best preserved ancient buildings in the world and as such is on all itineraries. The good news is that the tickets for the Coliseum include admission to the Roman Forum and vice versa. There is no entrance fee, so it is a must see in Rome, but the palace was designed by Michelangelo and is a true work of art in itself, easy to see why it was one of the best places to visit in all of Rome. If you can't just visit the Vatican, you have to make it a must-see - or a must-see - when you visit Rome!
It is also one of the most popular tourist attractions in Rome and also a must-see for tourists from all over the world.
If you want to go out in the morning or evening and avoid the big crowds around the Trevi Fountain, this is the best way to do so in Rome without having to try to visit early in the morning. Although Trevi is one of the best places to visit Rome, it can get very crowded in the summer months. There are some months when the beautiful tourist attractions of Rome are even fuller than usual.
If you don't have much time in Rome and want to book a centrally located and comfortable hotel, look no further. Rome's historic centre, which includes the Colosseum, Basilica of St. John the Baptist and Pantheon, is the perfect central location in Rome. From nearby Coloce you can walk to the top of the Basilica and then down Via della Repubblica, which is a short walk from the centre of Rome.