Rome provide a range of unusual ways for visitors of all ages to explore their heritage, their rich past and the life of today. Experience the magic of Rome. These are our tips for exploring Rome.
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The historic Grand Hotel Plaza has been featured in many movies. Set on Rome’s popular shopping street, Via del Corso, it has large elegant rooms
Set along Via Veneto just 120 metres from Barberini Metro Station, this luxurious hotel is housed in a historic building featuring free WiFi
On Rome's Via Veneto across from the American Embassy, this luxury hotel dates back to the 1920s.
A 10-minute walk from the Trevi Fountain, the Ambasciatori is on Rome's chic Via Veneto. The property is in an early 20th-century
Offering elegant interiors and design rooms with views of the Vatican, Castel Sant’Angelo or hotel’s garden, the 5-star Gran Melia is located
Hotel Majestic Roma is set right on world-famous Via Veneto. It features elegant and spacious rooms, a gourmet restaurant
The Westin Excelsior Rome is in fashionable Via Veneto, just over a quarter mile from Spagna Metro Station. It features luxurious decor
Visit the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St Peter’s Basilica on this guided Vatican walking tour,
Leave the crowds behind and head straight inside the Colosseum with your skip-the-line entrance
Hike up Mount Vesuvius and then explore the UNESCO-listed ruins of Pompeii on a must-do day trip from Rome!
Take this incredible Rome day trip to the Amalfi Coast, and discover the dreamy coastal scenery
The winding cobbled lanes of Trastevere. Dinner in a 17th-century villa. Combine both on this special
See an illuminated Rome on a 2.5-hour nighttime sightseeing tour. Start by meeting you guide
Discover the enchanting ‘City of Love’ on this independent day trip to Venice from Rome.
Founded by Pope Julius II in the early 16th century and enlarged by successive pontiffs, the Vatican Museums boast one of the world's
In this city of outstanding churches, none can hold a candle to St Peter's (Basilica di San Pietro), Italy’s largest, richest
Sandwiched between the Roman Forum and the Circo Massimo, the Palatino (Palatine Hill) is an atmospheric area of towering pine trees,
An impressive – if rather confusing – sprawl of ruins, the Roman Forum was ancient Rome's showpiece centre, a grandiose district
Rome’s great gladiatorial arena is the most thrilling of the city's ancient sights. Inaugurated in AD 80, the 50,000-seat Colosseum,
A striking 2000-year-old temple, now a church, the Pantheon is the best preserved of Rome’s ancient monuments and one of the most
Dating to 1471, the Capitoline Museums are the world's oldest public museums. Their collection of classical sculpture is one of Italy's finest,
Overlooked by St Peter's Basilica, the Vatican’s central square was laid out between 1656 and 1667 to a design by Gian Lorenzo Bernini.