Organize your city trip to Rome in no time and plan your individual short trip with our suggestions and tips. In this way you optimize the visit of the sights, enjoy the Roman life and leave the tourist trails.
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Are you a museum muffle or do you want to visit as many attractions as possible? Here you will find program suggestions for every taste.
Choose from our suggestions and become an experienced visitor to Rome in no time. Find out about the best times to visit the attractions, about waiting times, travel times and how to optimize your program according to your interests.
Read what’s going on on the individual days of the week and our insider tips on interesting combinations.
The day of arrival is a logistical challenge. You are traveling with luggage and still want to experience as much as possible.
For the afternoon you can choose one of our suggested programs. Whether shopping, Colosseum or Vatican, there is certainly something for you.
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.
Wenn Sie einen späten Abflug haben, können Sie auch am Abreisetag Rom noch so richtig geniessen. Damit Sie nicht das Gepäck überall herumschleppen müssen, buchen Sie eine Gepäckaufbewahrung.
Active in Rome
Rome is a liveable and very green city. Rome is criss-crossed by green spaces and parks, and there are many opportunities to do sports.
There are also beautiful routes for cycling in Rome.
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 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.
Eating in Rome
Before dinner, take a rest in one of the splendid Roman squares and try some homemade ice cream.
Even though the Romans usually only go out to eat after 9 p.m., many restaurants open at 7 p.m. In Rome there is a good selection of restaurants with Roman cuisine or with offers from other Italian regions, pizzerias, pasta kitchens, wine shops, fish restaurants and grill restaurants. Rome also has numerous kebabs, Japanese and Chinese restaurants. Other countries are less represented. Browse our category Food in Rome.
After dinner, you may still want to go for a walk to enjoy life in the city.
Remember that the metro runs until 11:30 p.m. on weekdays and until 1:30 a.m. on weekends. The buses usually run until midnight. After that there is a network of night bus routes, which however does not cover the whole city.
The location of your accommodation is essential for your time management during your stay in Rome.
Depending on where your accommodation is, you are either right in the middle of it or you need half an hour or more each time to get to the center and the sights.