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Welcome to Rome
Zhanna Stankovych by Glauco
Welcome to Rome

Tourist in Rome √ Rome tourism √ Your travel planner online √

We look forward to welcoming you to the Eternal City. Immerse yourself in Roman life and get to know the countless sights with us.

Enjoy the dolce vita on the streets and squares of Rome with an ice cream or an aperitif and indulge in a delicious dinner.

Always stay up-to-date on sights, museums and events with our first-hand information.

Zhanna Stankovych by Glauco

Hello, I’m Janna from Tourist in Rome. With our infor­mation and insider tips you will save a lot of time and your trip to Rome will be a great experience.

Tickets

A city trip is fun. Life on the streets of Rome, good food and sightseeing offer experiences and adventures. Buying tickets on site can also be a special experience. Gambler like to risk everything and go looking for long sold out tickets and tours at dubious street vendors. Since Corona, it has been mandatory to reserve a fixed entry time at the most important museums.

Bookings with the major portals Tiqets and Getyourguide are convenient and secure. Here you will find everything you need at a glance and you don’t have to worry about the different booking systems of the individual museums on their websites. Check out our ticket page for a collection of the best tickets, tours, and activities.

Tickets & top tours

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Attractions

Rome and the Vatican with their treasures from millennia are an open-air museum, most of which you can visit for free. There is always something new to discover for old hands too!

Rome museums · Museums in Rome · Opening hours · Free entry

Rome museums at a glance. With over 2,700 years of history, Rome is full of works of art from ancient times to modern times. Discoveries are still made today during excavations and construction work and can be visited. Read our overview with information on reservations, tickets and opening times.

The most beautiful viewpoints of Rome

From the most beautiful viewpoints you can enjoy wonderful views of Rome from above. Enjoy the view over the archaeological area of ​​ancient Rome, the Tiber Island, St. Peter’s Basilica and the city center to the Albano Mountains and the Apennines.

Colosseum

Bread and games, that’s what the Colosseum stands for. This multifunctional amphitheater of ancient Rome is one of the most visited attractions today. Learn how this colossal entertainment machine worked and how to best organize the visit.

Colosseum tickets and guided tours

How the Colosseum Worked · Archaeological Research

Heinz-Jürgen Beste is a scientific advisor at the German Archaeological Institute in Rome. Here he reports on the history of the Colosseum and on his underground research into the stage technology of that time.

Vatican

In Rome everything always has a history. If we can believe the legend, it is thanks to Emperor Nero that St. Peter’s Basilica and Vatican City were built on the Vatican Hill. Archaeologists are still doing research in the necropolis under St. Peter’s Basilica, which was leveled by Emperor Constantine in the 4th century.

Guided tours for the Vatican Museums and St. Peter’s Basilica give you an introduction to the works of art and a glimpse into 2,000 years of history. At the general audiences you can experience Pope Francis up close.

Vatican tickets and guided tours

Rome November 2021 · Opening hours · Museums · Weather

Rome in November is worth the trip! Especially in the second half of the month there are not that many visitors in Rome and the attractions are more accessible. Temperatures in November are about 10°C (18°F) higher than in northern Europe. On average, there are six rainy days.

Travel information

Whether by car, bus, train or plane, all roads lead to Rome. Play the trip to Rome – musical chairs – with us. The game is also very popular in the Roman traffic and local public transport.

Gettransfer

With these Rome City Passes all reservations are included:

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Rom Turbopass

Hotels advertise a good location, even if you then need an hour to get to the center. Check here which locations are really convenient.

Trainline

Best season

The best season is very individual. In winter you can mostly even go skiing in the vicinity of Rome. In summer you can combine your visit with a swim in the sea. Every season has its charm.

3 days in Rome

Three days or two nights are the classic for a city trip. With a little luck you will arrive in the morning and fly back in the evening. In our handicraft kit you will find suggestions that can be combined with each other so that you can see and experience as much as possible in Rome.

3 days in Rome

Rome city center · 7 Highlights · Facts & Figures

Rome city center. There is a lot to experience and discover in the historical center of Rome. Whether shopping around the Spanish Steps, a visit to the Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain, good food in the ghetto, visiting churches and ancient relics or partying at Campo de’ Fiori, the center of Rome leaves nothing to be desired.

Gastronomy

In Rome, good food is a cornerstone of the way of life. Rome offers a spectacular street food scene, traditional Roman cuisine, pizza and of course healthy Mediterranean cuisine.

Shopping

Rome offers a wide range of shopping options. Whether fashion for every budget, culinary specialties, antiques, flea markets or esoteric, Rome has a lot to offer.

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Practical tips

Rome is a wonderful city. Take it easy and don’t stress yourself out. Don’t drink a cappuccino after dinner, don’t wear an open neck pouch, and don’t let your wallet hang out of your pants.

Rome with kids · Tips for families in the Eternal City

Rome with kids: What is fun for children in the Colosseum and what impresses them in St. Peter’s Basilica? Where do children make their own ice cream and where is the best pizza? This and much more you will find here for your optimal family vacation in Rome.

Security in Rome · How to protect yourself properly

Security in Rome. The center of Rome is generally safe. Even so, as in any city, you have to be careful. We explain to you where it can be dangerous in Rome and how to protect yourself. See a video about the beggars in Rome.

Our hidden gems

Can you keep a secret? We too! Nevertheless, we would like to tell you a few anecdotes in our insider tips and introduce you to lesser-known sights off the beaten paths.

Hidden gems · The Madonna dell’Archetto

Rome, the center of Christianity, offers representations of the Madonna everywhere: inside and on the facades of churches but also along the streets in suggestive sacred shrines to which many stories are linked. Today we will talk about the Madonna dell’Archetto, one of the most revered representations in the eternal city.

St. Peter’s Square · history and secrets

St. Peter’s Square is the first thing visitors to the St. Peter’s Basilica see. The square, built by Gian Carlo Bernini until 1667, is an architectural masterpiece and one of the greatest scenographies of Baroque Rome. Here you will read about what there is to see in St. Peter’s Square and learn more about its history.

Day trips

One day in Venice · 10 things to do in Venice

Venice is not just the city of love. It impresses its visitors with the special atmosphere of the canals and the old, rich palaces. The city is car-free. There are waterbuses for public transport.

A day in Pompeii · A glimpse into life 2,000 years ago

Pompeii, the ancient trading city sunk in the lava of Vesuvius, allows a unique insight into life 2,000 years ago thanks to its conservation. Here you will find tips for your day tour from Rome to Pompeii and how you can include an ascent to Vesuvius.

One day in Florence · Day tour to the city of the Renaissance

A day trip to Florence is a good idea to soak up the arts and culture. Enjoy a day in Florence and stroll through this rich city of commerce in central Italy, which has made a huge contribution to Europe’s cultural development. The journey only takes a few hours by high speed train or by car. An excursion that is really worth it.

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12 thoughts on “Tourist in Rome √ Rome tourism √ Your travel planner online √”

  1. Rome is wonderful but it is also full of trash too!! Such a shame! The authorities should spend some of the millions of euros they get from the tourist tax of 3 euros per day and really clean up the city. Its appalling.

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    • The Romans also pay a lot for garbage collection. Let’s see what the next election will be. Joseph de Maistre: “Every nation gets the government it deserves.”

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  2. I live in Virginia in the USA. My desire is to come for several and do the 2020 Marathon. I would appreciate any and all info on marathon. It will be my first time to Italy, so I need lots of guidance.
    Thank you,
    Teresa

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    • Hi Teresa,
      there are more events in Rome during the year. I believe, you are asking about the Rome Marathon in April. Registrations are not yet open. Here you find information about the Rome Marathon, procedures are every year the same. Only the location of the Marathon Village may change.
      If you have more questions, let me know.
      Best
      Bernhard

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  3. Will be in Rome during Christmas. I need to get to a dinner Christmas day evening around 7:30 pm & be picked up around 11:30 pm. Are the taxis running at that time? I heard that transportation is limited on Christmas.

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  4. Hello,

    I really appreciate all of your practical tips for visiting Rome at Easter. Are all of the tours self-booking, or can you make specific recommendations for me somehow? I could use the help figuring out the best way to spend our time, making tour bookings, and an Easter meal reservation.

    Thanks!
    Jen

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  5. Hello. I would like to climb to the top of St Peters Basilica. I will be taking an early tour of the Sistine Chapel and St Peters, which does not include a climb up the dome. I would like to climb the dome after my tour is over at 11:30. Is there a way of doing this without waiting in a long line for the elevator? Someone told me if I book a Vox Mundi audio tour that I could skip the line for the dome. Is this true and how do I do this?
    Thank You

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    • Hi Loren,
      L’m sorry, but the Vox Mundi tour for the dome is no more available since last autumn. At the moment I know only one tour including St. Peter’s Basilica and the dome but it starts already at 8:15. I suggest to ask your guide of the St Peter’s tour for help.
      Enjoy your stay in Rome!

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