Welcome to Rome: the city of wonders

Rome Tourism

A city with a glorious past
Tourism in Rome

Rated 4.5/5 (based on 20 reviews )

See Map

Quick Information

Best time to visit

Oct - Apr

Ideal Duration

3-4 Days

Visa

On Arrival

Starting from

Rs. 40,000
  • Historical activities
  • Sightseeing
  • Adventure

Rome Travel Guide

Rome, the beautiful capital of Italy is one of the most loved destinations by the tourists. Rome is a mixture of ruins; awe-inspiring art, and a great street life. There are plenty of World famous museums such as the Vatican Museum, the Borghese Gallery and much more. Italy is a country with a great history, but other than this, the beauty of some panoramic views and its unique tradition makes it in the top list of the tourist’s priorities and as a result, Rome comes to the third position in the most visited city in entire Europe. It was estimated about 7-10 million people visit Rome annually.

In 2007, the city was nominated as the fourth best city in the world. Rome came into the spotlight after the Pope (the head of Roman Catholic Church) started living there. This made the city known for its arts, philosophy, education, and trade.

Rome Tourism includes various popular monuments, but here are some top places which one should visit in Rome:

Explore the History

Piazza Navona: It is one of the best masterpieces of Baroque architecture. It is like an open restaurant which surrounds the historic place. It attracts a lot of visitors as it is populated by many street cafes, open-air performance, and a vibrant festive atmosphere. Have a sip of the best coffee of your life while enjoying a melodious performance in the background. Being a great place to relax and spend quality time with your partner, it becomes a perfect place to plan a romantic duo for you. It appears in the list of one of the most romantic places in the world.

Colosseum: This place individually attracts about 4 million tourists annually. Initially, this place was called Flavian Amphitheatre. You can click some great pictures here. It includes an affordable ticket which you can buy in advance by booking online to avoid the crowd in the ticket queue. Many parts have been damaged, but the significance of this place has never decreased and even today it proudly stands in its original glory.

EUR: Esposizione Universale Roma is a great masterpiece. It was built on the occasion of celebrating 20 years of Fascism by the Mussolini. Though it’s been an underrated attraction of Rome it is worth visiting. It is advisable that you must visit this place if you love the art of architecture.

Vatican Museum: The most popular place in Rome is this museum. It was founded in the 16th century thus; it is one of the oldest museums in the world. The museum features 7km of historical and cultural artifacts. You will love the paintings here as they are very impressive. There are audio Rome tour guides available at a cheap price. That can be bought to have the complete knowledge of the different famous statues.

Galleria Borghese: You must have heard about the Royal Borghese family. In this gallery, there are some of the most extensive artworks. It gives a tough competition to the Vatican Museum. The gallery is full of Bernini, Raphael, and other creative works like floor tiles from the Colosseum. A good thing about his gallery over Vatican museum is that it only allows 300 people in it at a single time. Thus, you can observe and watch the gallery with good space. One gets a 2-hour session in a ticket which is good enough to visit this. It is advised to buy the ticket in advance.


It’s an ancient city with a modern twist. Rome will surprise you, romance you and make you crave for its food. Now, you know Rome is one of the most photogenic sites. Explore the great masterpieces in the Rome. Discovering and experiencing cultures and lifestyle across Rome is a great option. You must visit this place once in your life or especially if you are planning a Europe Tour.

Similar Destinations

Popular Packages

Unlimited Choices. Trusted Agents. Best Prices. Happy Memories.

View All
  • Europe ( 7D & 6N )

    Starting from:

    ₹ 40,000/-₹ 45,004/-

    • Florence
    • Rome
    • Venice
    Upto 3 StarsFlightsMealsSightseeingStay IncludedTransfers

  • Europe ( 4D & 3N )

    Starting from:

    ₹ 60,000/-₹ 65,934/-

    • Rome
    Upto 3 StarsFlightsMealsSightseeingStay IncludedTransfers

  • Italy ( 3D & 2N )

    Starting from:

    ₹ 60,000/-₹ 65,934/-

    • Venice
    Upto 3 StarsFlightsMealsSightseeingStay IncludedTransfers

  • Europe ( 7D & 6N )

    Starting from:

    ₹ 60,500/-₹ 66,550/-

    • Florence
    • Rome
    • Venice
    Upto 3 StarsFlightsMealsSightseeingTransfers

  • Italy ( 3D & 2N )

    Starting from:

    ₹ 61,999/-₹ 68,131/-

    • Venice
    Upto 3 StarsFlightsMealsSightseeingStay IncludedTransfers

  • Europe ( 3D & 2N )

    Starting from:

    ₹ 61,999/-₹ 68,131/-

    • Venice
    Upto 3 StarsFlightsMealsSightseeingStay IncludedTransfers

  • Europe ( 3D & 2N )

    Starting from:

    ₹ 62,000/-₹ 67,391/-

    • Venice
    Upto 3 StarsFlightsMealsSightseeingStay IncludedTransfers

  • Europe ( 3D & 2N )

    Starting from:

    ₹ 62,999/-₹ 69,230/-

    • Venice
    Upto 4 StarsFlightsMealsSightseeingStay IncludedTransfers

  • Europe ( 3D & 2N )

    Starting from:

    ₹ 62,999/-₹ 69,230/-

    • Venice
    Upto 4 StarsFlightsMealsSightseeingStay IncludedTransfers

  • Europe ( 5D & 4N )

    Starting from:

    ₹ 70,000/-₹ 76,923/-

    • Venice
    • Rome
    Upto 3 StarsFlightsMealsSightseeingStay IncludedTransfers

  • Europe ( 7D & 6N )

    Starting from:

    ₹ 73,978/-₹ 81,295/-

    • Venice
    • Rome
    • Paris
    Upto 3 StarsFlightsMealsSightseeingStay IncludedTransfers

  • Italy ( 7D & 6N )

    Starting from:

    ₹ 74,999/-₹ 82,417/-

    • Florence
    • Rome
    • Venice
    Upto 3 StarsFlightsMealsSightseeingStay IncludedTransfers

  • Europe ( 5D & 4N )

    Starting from:

    ₹ 80,000/-₹ 87,912/-

    • Venice
    • Rome
    Upto 3 StarsFlightsMealsSightseeingStay IncludedTransfers

  • Italy ( 8D & 7N )

    Starting from:

    ₹ 80,000/-₹ 86,956/-

    • Florence
    • Rome
    • Venice
    Upto 3 StarsFlightsMealsSightseeingStay IncludedTransfers

  • Europe ( 4D & 3N )

    Starting from:

    ₹ 80,000/-₹ 87,912/-

    • Rome
    Upto 3 StarsFlightsMealsSightseeingStay IncludedTransfers

  • Italy ( 6D & 5N )

    Starting from:

    ₹ 90,000/-₹ 97,826/-

    • Venice
    • Rome
    • Florence
    Upto 3 StarsFlightsMealsSightseeingStay IncludedTransfers

  • Italy ( 5D & 4N )

    Starting from:

    ₹ 90,000/-₹ 98,901/-

    • Venice
    • Rome
    Upto 3 StarsFlightsMealsSightseeingStay IncludedTransfers

  • Europe ( 7D & 6N )

    Starting from:

    ₹ 92,000/-₹ 101,099/-

    • Florence
    • Rome
    • Italy
    • Venice
    Upto 3 StarsFlightsMealsSightseeingStay IncludedTransfers

  • Europe ( 7D & 6N )

    Starting from:

    ₹ 99,999/-₹ 106,382/-

    • Venice
    • Paris
    • Rome
    Upto 3 StarsFlightsMealsSightseeingStay IncludedTransfers

  • Europe ( 7D & 6N )

    Starting from:

    ₹ 100,000/-₹ 108,696/-

    • Venice
    • Paris
    • Rome
    Upto 3 StarsFlightsMealsSightseeingStay IncludedTransfers

Places To Visit In Rome

Let the experts guide you to the best of this mesmerizing destination

View All
  • Galleria Borghese in Rome

    The Galleria Borghese in Rome is an art gallery with unique statues, sculptures, and paintings. This is a must visit place for art lovers. It is situated in Rome, the capital of Italy and housed in the Villa Borghese Pinciana. Commissioned by the order of Cardinal Scipione Borghese in 1613, an avid art collector and Pope Pa...

    • Adventure
    • Culture
    • Historic sightseeing
    Read More
  • Roman Forum in Rome

    The Roman Forum also referred to, as Forum Romano is a plaza in the center of the Rome, which is bordered by the remains of several buildings of historical importance. It is a place where trade, commerce, and the administration of justice took place as per the historical evidence. For centuries, it was the focal point of Pu...

    • Adventure
    • Historical Sites
    • Culture
    Read More
  • Spanish Steps in Rome

    The Spanish Steps in Rome are also identified as Scalinata di Trinità dei Monti. With 135 steps, this attractions was constructed by Francesco de Sanctis, who is a little-known architect. The famous attraction was funded by French diplomat Étienne Gueffier bequeathed Stefano Gueffier. The design of these steps is quite uniq...

    • Historical Sites
    • Sightseeing
    Read More
  • St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome

    The largest church of the Vatican City in Rome is often referred to as “The greatest Church in Christendom.” It is believed that this church is where Saint Peter was buried. Saint Peter is one of the 12 Disciples of Christ. It is also assumed that Saint Peter was Rome’s first Bishop. St. Peter's Basilica in Rome is consider...

    • Adventure
    • Historical Sites
    Read More
  • Piazza Navona in Rome

    One of the many beautiful and famous squares of Rome is Piazza Navona. It was built in the 1st Century AD on an earlier site of Domitian’ stadium, which was constructed by the Emperor Domitian in 86 AD. It is also believed that its name changed over a period from “in avone” to “navone”. Its location is actually in the cente...

    • Historical Sites
    • Ancient architecture
    • Sightseeing
    Read More

Things To Do In Rome

Your list of the best things to do, compiled on the basis of actual traveler experiences

View All
  • Gianicolo Hill in Rome

    Rome is known as the city of seven hills, but it is more than that. Gianicolo Hill is not counted in the famous seven hills of the Rome. The hill offers a breathtaking scenic view of Central Rome.

    It is outside the ancient city and very close to historic places like Vatican. The hill is also known as Janiculum hill. This ...

    • Sightseeing
    • Nature
    Read More
  • Historical Places in Rome

    Rome, a city drenched in history, the city where hope springs eternal, is a city that is proud of its ancient glorious heritage. The city of Rome originated as a village of the Latini in the 9th century BC. It was initially ruled by the kings, but the Roman republic was established in 509 BC. A tour of historical places in ...

    • Sightseeing
    • Historical Sites
    Read More
  • Museums in Rome

    Rome Museums are one of the major attractions in the City and you should definitely have Rome Museums' visit on your bucket list. This city is the most beautiful among the world’s popular cities and it is evident by the yearly influx of tourists. The museums in Rome adds charm to this city and also attracts a large number o...

    • Sightseeing
    • Historical Sites
    Read More
  • Trastevere Street in Rome

    Trastevere Street is the most enchanting neighbourhood in the whole of Rome. The cobblestone streets and authentic Roman Trattoria will make you fall in love with this place. Located, over the west bank of the Tiber, it is separated from central Rome by this river. At the heart of it, one could see streets lined with restau...

    • Sightseeing
    • Leisure walk
    Read More
  • Visit Vatican City in Rome

    Vatican City is a small state in Rome, which is also the world’s smallest state, covering an area of approximately 110 acres and having a population up to 1000 people. It is not an officially sovereign state and Holy See holds its sovereignty. Holy See is also named as the Catholic Church’s ecclesiastical jurisdiction in Ro...

    • Sightseeing
    • Historical Sites
    Read More

How to Reach Rome

Read about the best & quickest routes to save time & money, as suggested by our travelers

By Air

Rome has only 2 airports. One is Leonardo da Vinci at Fiumicino. The airport is 32 kms from the city. Ciampino Airport is another Airport. Budget flights land here.

By Train

Best way to reach the city from Fiumicino airport is through Leonardo Express which will drop you at Stazione Terminal. The ticket is of €11. One can also take a taxi. People do not get conned by fake taxi drivers, the fare of a taxi is fixed. It takes €48 from the airport to Central Europe.

From Ciampino Airport there is a crowded and sluggish bus that takes you to the metro station at Anagnina. From there one can take a train to Stazione Terminal or Terravision Bus to the Stazione Terminal.

By Road

Rome has intercity train travels.

Train FR5 runs from Civitavecchia i.e. Rome’s cruise port. Trastevere is a station where one changes to Fiumicino airport. Ostiense is also an interchange station to Rome Metro that will take you to Colosseum.

FR1 is a train from Airport to Stazione Terminal which is cheaper than the Leonardo Express.

There are many trains from Rome which link to other cities of Italy as well. There are 3 kinds of trains:-

Frecciarossa trains are high-speed trains and charge double the fare of normal trains. Intercity trains are normal trains with stoppage at major towns.

Regional trains are the slowest trains and are relatively basic in price.

Our experts would love to create a package just for you!

Fill in your requirements here >

Your Preferences

Where do you want to go?

<>
  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • Jun
  • Jul
  • Aug
  • Sep
  • Oct
  • Nov
  • Dec

2019

    Fastest Growing Holiday Marketplace

    650+

    Verified Agents

    22 Lac+

    Happy Travellers

    65+

    Destinations

    Easy, Secure & Reliable

    Traveltriangle

    Verified

    Stringent

    Quality Control

    24/7

    Support

    Traveler Reviews

    Read on to find out why our customers love us!

    View All
    • Trip to Europe

      I went on a 9 days Italy trip with my wife and 1 yr old daughter. Trip was planned by Shashank from I need trip. From the very first call, the itinerary seemed interesting and value for money. He took care of each and every small need of ours and modified the package as and when needed. We spent 4 nights Milan ( including day tour to lake Como and Lugano and one day tour of Venice ) personally felt that one day tour of Venice from Milan is better than staying in Venice. the tours arranged were excellent. 2 days Florence and 2 days Rome. The location of hotels were extremely convenient.. in the heart of the city, close to metro stations and numerous food options around. We didn’t face any challenges. Following are the points for improvement: There were tours of lake como and Lugano which allowed baby strollers that would have made it easier for us in the day long excursion. So for families with infants try to book those tours. The last tour.. vetican and colosseum one day.. was kind of hectic as we had to move from vetican to colosseum on our own. There were tours which covered the transfer as well. Overall it was a fabulous experience.. full marks for hotels , trains and flights. Specially hotel Axial in Florence.. it’s is located right in the center of the city where all important tourist places are 2-3 mins walk Thanks to your team for making it a memorable trip for us! .
      NA

      Nitish Agrawal

      Pune, 17 days ago

    • Trip to Europe

      Rome Florence hotel, transportation and location everything was very good. But Venice hotel, distance between the hotel and pickup point, ease of transport was not convenient and not aware of mode of transportation in Venice. Rome and Florence everything was wonderful. Venice City was mind-blowing.
      GK

      Gnanasekar Kuppuswamy

      Bangalore, 19 days ago

    • Trip to Rome

      We contacted Duniya Safari for a customized Italy trip covering 3 cities - Rome, Florence and Venice and they really exceeded our expectations! Everything about the trip was so well-organized and coordinated. Right from the airport to hotel transfers, hotel bookings, inter-city transfers and sight-seeing vouchers- everything went very smoothly. The high-light of the trip was a day trip to the Tuscany region and Piza with a wine-tasting lunch at a family-run vineyard. A special thanks to Mayuri Ganguly from Duniya Safari for making this trip so memorable for my family and me!
      SP

      Saisree P

      Bengaluru, a month ago

    • Trip to Rome

      Ishita was very professional and prompt with her work. I had a good experience with the agency and will definitely recommend to others. Just a few hitches which I will definitely like to share with the agent. Rome was the best part
      SR

      Shalini Ramachandran

      Manpada, 2 months ago

    • Trip to Bali

      It was nice trip. Good service from local agent. Some of the sightseeing points were not worth go to like monkey forest. Villa was far from city. And was difficult to rome in the night while stay in villa. For second hotel stay we had already asked agent for pool view room but we didn't got so it was bad experience. Bad point was like we had to pay extra around 50 dollars for sports activities even though they were included in our package. I forget to ask this to agent but I also didn't received any call from agent which they should do. Let's see after review..
      PA

      Parag Aswale

      Mumbai, 2 months ago

    • Trip to Europe

      We had a good experience with TravelMasterz. I have special praise for Arpita as she helped and was very supportive. The travel means and itinerary was well planned. The quality of hotels could have been better (especially in rome and venice - had no elevators) which was a sort of disappointment. I have tried traveltriangle for the first time (have done around 5 international and 14 national trips with MMT in the past) and found my experience comparable with MMT (could have been better). Will connect back next year for another trip.
      LS

      Lav Srivastava

      Delhi, 2 months ago

    • Trip to Europe

      This was first trip outside India with my spouse. After some due diligence I selected Travel Tringle as preferred partner for my Europe Tour. Ms. Sonali help me to finalize my quote with Insane Traveler. Mr. Arpit on behalf of Insane Traveler customized my trip as per my choice within very competitive price. My itinerary was made very precisely & elaborative. Agency provided me all tickets, entry passes , Hotel & Transport Vouchers well in advance. Our destinations were Rome, Venice, Paris & Switzerland. I was in constantly in touch with Mr. Arpit on my Roaming call as well as on whatsup, therefore I felt very confident to move in & around all the cities & places. Hotel in Rome & Lucerne may be more better. I would like to extend my Gratitude to Mr. Arpit & Ms. Sonali for making our trip so wonderful & memorable. once again thanks to M/S Travel triangle & Insane Traveler.
      PG

      Prakash George

      Delhi, 2 months ago

    • Trip to Rome

      Hotel in Rome was not good...and other hotels are good hut much far away from the main points and in that my travel adviser didn’t help me and he even not provide me cab transport facility for Florence and Venice. Memories created by us but bookings played a good role, here as well my trip company charges twice the actual cost for everything
      TG

      Tanuj Garg

      New delhi, 3 months ago

    • Trip to Rome

      Had a great trip to Rome, Florence, Venice and Paris. Uday and Prasanth from Travel Triangle supported us well with flight, rail tickets and hotel accommodation. They also suggested to book Skip the line tickets for major attractions and it saved a lot of time. They were also available 24/7 during the trip on phone for any queries or support. Thank you Uday and Prasanth!
      SS

      Sunil S

      Kerala, 3 months ago

    • Trip to Europe

      Dear Travel Traingle & Insane Travel team, As desired the feedback of our trip is as under: 1. Overall trip was very well planned and good, however the following areas could have been better: 1. Hotels : a) Delfino at Venice : The hotel was good and well connected to main city center by bus and very near to train station (a walking distance). However they did not have electric kettle in rooms for convenience of morning teas and instead they asked for charge of Euro 5 for the same which is generally not international practice and the same should have been made available in rooms. b) Diana Park hotel in Florence: Hotel's ambience internally was good - seemed to be in an old property renovated and converted into a hotel. Location was not near station and far from city center due to which we had to incur extra costs in commuting by taxi. Further the bathroom was very congested and narrow and elbows used to hit the bathroom fitting while taking bath. Thus it was not convenient to stay there, although room was good. The booking could have been in a hotel with better location and convenient to stay for the price charged and paid by us. c) Emona Aquaeductus in Rome: Location was far from city center and train station and thus not well connected. The room did not have electric kettle for morning tea although on request they provided the same to us. Thus from location perspective it was inconvenient to stay there. A better hotel could have been arranged for the price charged and paid by us. The hotels at Florence and Rome seemed to be family owned properties although 4 stars were displayed on the same but they did not have that international standard which we wanted and price which we paid. 2. Tour to Murano, Burano & Torcello islands in Venice was overbooked (may be due to long weekend on account of Eater holidays) due to which we were not accommodated on that day and instead were given option for trip on next day but since we were already booked for Florence the next day,we had to manage on our own as advised by tour operator(Alilaguna). We understand from Arpit Patel that the refund for the same is being processed and is expected to be given soon. Please take the above feedback not as a criticism but a way to look into weaker areas so as to improvise the same going forward. Overall we were comfortable with the quick revert from Insane travel when it mattered the most. With Best Wishes to you and team at Insane Travels Aditya Mathur & family
      Ad

      Adityamathur

      New delhi, 3 months ago

    Want best packages handpicked just for you?

    Fill the form and get a callback from our holiday experts

    FAQ's of Rome

    Read on to find out why our customers love us!

    There are buses and the metro for those traveling from one attraction to another in Rome. Walking is also pretty popular since most attractions are nearby.

    Rome is famous for its pastas and various types of sauces that the pasta is prepared in.

    Rome is a popular place to pick up various artisanal items, such as jewelry, engraved marble tablets, watches and even cheeses.

    Rome is relatively one of the safest places to be at in Europe. Try to avoid the old city areas though.

    Despite Vatican City being a separate country within Italy, it can be visited on the same Schengen visa.

    How It Works

    1
    Personalise This Package
    Make changes as per your travel plan & submit the request.
    2
    Get Multiple Quotes
    Connect with top 3 agents, compare quotes & customize further.
    3
    Book The Best Deal
    Pay in easy installments & get ready to enjoy your holiday.

    Corporate Office:

    Holiday Triangle Travel Private Limited

    Address: Plot No - 29 , 3rd & 4th Floor,

    Dynamic House, Maruti Industrial Complex, Sector 18,

    Gurugram -122015,Haryana

    Landline: 1800 123 5555

    Connect with us on :

    Payment Options

    Made with

    in India

    All rights reserved © 2019