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Rome July 2022 · Open air · Museums · Hours

Blue skies and plenty of sun, that’s Rome in July. Concerts, long summer evenings and numerous events make July in Rome particularly lively and lovable.

What’s on in Rome in July?

Rome offers an extensive summer program, the “Estate Romana”. There are concerts at the Festival Rock in Rome, at the Parco della Musica and at the Casa del Jazz. Roman opera performs at the Baths of Caracalla or at the Circus Maximus. Restaurants set up their stalls on the banks of the Tiber River near Tiber Island. In many places in the city there are outdoor film screenings, most of them free.

Sometimes one would wish for a cloud in the sky. You need a sun hat or a parasol. If it gets too hot for you, just go into a church, a museum, a bar, a shop, or go to the seaside.

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July in Rome

July is the school vacation time in Rome and many families are on summer vacation. There is therefore less of the notorious Roman traffic.

So that you can sleep well, your accommodation should have air conditioning. Find out in our information on hotels in Rome how to find an affordable room and which areas are best.

Rome July Weather Piazza del Popolo

An inviting breeze blows into the city from the sea. Enjoy the approaching summer in one of the Roman villas and visit a lookout point. A trip to the sea with a visit to the excavations in Ostia Antica is nice. It is also very pleasant in Villa D’Este in Tivoli. If you want to visit Villa Adriana, take a parasol with you.

But you can also reach more distant destinations such as Pompei, Naples, Florence or Venice in one day with the high-speed train or with a guided tour.

How warm it is

In July, the maximum temperatures in Rome are regularly above 30° C / 86° F and the minimum temperatures are rarely below 20° C / 68° F. Rain is rare. Grasses and meadows turn brown.

You definitely need sun protection. Bring sunscreen, a hat or a parasol with you. You will also need comfortable shoes.

Climate data July

Tmax Ø31°C/78.8°F
Tmin Ø20°C/68.0°F
Sunshine hours Ø11.2
Days with rain Ø2

Source: www.wetter.com

Rome July Villa Pamphili

When visiting sacred sites, including the catacombs and the Vatican Museums, your shoulders and knees must be covered, even on hot days in summer. If you are going strapless, take a shawl or pareo with you.

For more tips, see Heat in Rome.

Welcome to Rome show

Welcome to Rome Multimediashow

In the center of Rome, between the Vatican and Piazza Navona, a 30-minute multidimensional film show and an exhibition with interactive models await you.

Corso Vittorio Emanuele II 203 Google maps Bus 46, 62, 64, 916 Haltestelle C.so Vittorio Emanuele / Navona

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Avoid queues

Keeping your distance is a necessary precaution. Avoid the queues and make a daily schedule. In our category 3 days in Rome you will find suggestions that you can combine with each other.

Arrival

Organize the journey from the airport to the hotel in advance and read our information about the metro and how you can get tickets quickly and easily.

Museums

Many museums can only be visited by reservation. These include the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican Museums, the Colosseum, the Borghese Gallery and the museums of the Municipality of Rome. You can find information about the museums on our pages

St. Peter’s Basilica

Entry to St. Peter’s Basilica is free. However, the queues can be quite long if there are many visitors.

There is a very simple trick to avoid the queue: you book an audio guide or a guided tour in advance and you will be admitted through a special entrance without waiting. For more information read our pages on St. Peter’s Basilica, St. Peter’s Square and the history of St. Peter’s Basilica.

Opening hours Rome July

St. Peter’s Basilica

Basilica 7 am – 7 pm – Dome 8 am – 6 pm – Treasure 9 am – 6:15 pm

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Colosseum

9 am – 6:15 pm closing 7:15 pm

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Vatican Museums

The Vatican Museums are booked up quickly and it is necessary to make a reservation in time. On Sunday 31 the entrance is free.

Mon – Thurs 9 – 18 Last admission 16 Fri + Sat 9 – 22:30 Last admission 20:30 2 June 9 – 19 Last admission 17

City museums and national museums

In Rome, some of the museums belong to the municipality and some to the state.

Rome July Trajan's Markets

The city’s museums include the Capitoline Museums, Trajan’s Markets, Imperial Forums and numerous other museums. National museums include the Colosseum, Castel Sant’Angelo, Borghese Gallery and many more. For the full list of museums, opening times and tickets, see our Rome Museums page.

Free entry

All museums run by the Municipality of Rome, such as the Capitoline Museums and the Trajan’s Markets, have free admission on July 3rd. The entry time must be reserved by telephone +39060608. Entry is also free to the National Museums, most of which do not require a reservation.

Exhibitions

Cinecittà si mostra tickets

Cinecittà si mostra Visit the dream factory of Roman cinema, Metro A Station Cinecittà Tickets

Stadium of the Domitian Tickets

Stadium of the Domitian The stadium under Piazza Navona

Via di Tor Sanguigna 3 Tickets

Galleria Colonna Tickets

Galleria Colonna – one of the largest ancient private palaces in Rome. The most beautiful rooms of the palace and the art collection of the family with artists from the 15th and 16th centuries such as Pinturicchio, Cosmè Tura, Carracci, Guido Reni, Tintoretto, Salvator Rosa, Bronzino, Guercino, Veronese, Vanvitelli

Via della Pilotta 17 (near Piazza Venezia) Palazzo Colonna Bus 51, 60, 63, 80, 83, 85, 160, 170, H, n5, n8, n11, n90, n543, n716 (Piazza Venezia) Tickets

Capuchin Crypt Tickets

Capuchin Crypt – Museum and Crypt of the Capuchins

Via Vittorio Veneto 27 Kapuzinergruft Bus 52, 53, 61, 63, 80, 83, 160, n90, nMA (Barberini) Tickets

Leonardo da Vinci Museum

Leonardo da Vinci Experience – near St. Peter’s Square

Via della Conciliazione 19 Leonardo da Vinci Experience

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Das Kolosseum erzählt von sich

The Colosseum tells of itself, permanent exhibition in the Colosseum – with the support of Heinz Beste, DAI Rom

Piazza del Colosseo Metro B Colosseo Tickets

Videoarte in Italia

Video makes you happy. Videoart in Italy

The exhibition curated by Valentina Valentini is divided into two spaces, Palazzo delle Esposizioni and Galleria d’Arte Moderna.

until September 4, Gallery of Modern Art, Via Francesco Crispi 24 Google Maps

Arctic Tales

Arctic Tales

The 50 photographic images made between 2018 and 2019 by Milanese photographer Valentina Tamborra are the result of two reportages on the Arctic: Skrei – The Journey and Mi Tular – I am the Border. An exhibition for hot days.

until 4 September, Museo di Roma in Trastevere

Robert Doisneau

Robert Doisneau

celebrated French photographer through more than 130 images from the collection of Atelier Robert Doisneau in Montrouge.

until September 4, Ara Pacis Museum, Exhibition Space

Il chiostro animato

The animated cloister – space is just noise

With The Animated Cloister – space is just noise, the intention is to recreate a series of immersive audio experiences, true listening pauses, ecstatic and meditative moments capable of swaying the visitor to a state of transcendental stillness capable of transcending all forms of collective temporality. The collision of the four artists involved shapes the project by harmonizing a chorus of voices that shape a shifting fluid entity that cannot be compressed.

until September 25, Museo di Roma in Trastevere

l_elefante e il colle perduto

1932, the elephant and the lost hill

A selection of about 100 works, including archaeological finds, graphic designs, art objects and videos, some exhibited for the first time, tells the story of the lost Velia Hill and “its” elephant.

until October 2, Mercati di Traiano

Cursus honorum

Cursus honorum. The government of Rome before Caesar

Four male and one female voice evoke the magistracies of the Republican Age, revealing the essence of political life in ancient Rome in the Republican Age.

until October 2, Capitoline Museums, Palazzo dei Conservatori

Anni interessanti

INTERESTING YEARS. Moments of Italian Life 1960 – 1975

Through a careful selection of photographs and visual documents from the Istituto Luce, the Anni interessanti exhibition is an eye-opening, intense and revealing journey through a period of national history, from 1960 to 1975, that indelibly marked the country’s face and identity.

until October 16, Museo di Roma in Trastevere

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Exhibition “Who’s on stage! One Hundred Years of Performances in Ancient Ostia (1922 – 2022).”

The exhibition traces the most important moments of historical performances. A montage of period photographs and films shows excavations and elements of Ostia’s archaeological landscape in different eras.

through Oct. 23, Ostia Antica Archaeological Park

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Crazy – Madness in contemporary art

Madness, like art, refuses established schemes, escapes from any rigid framework, rebels against constraints, so also Crazy, the project curated by Danilo Eccher.

In the Chiostro del Bramante (near Piazza Navona) Via Arco della Pace 5 Google Maps

I colori dell_antico

The Colors of Antiquity. Santarelli Marbles at the Capitoline Museums

In two rooms of Palazzo Clementino at the Capitoline Museums, there is on display a broad overview of the use of colored marbles, from their origins to the 20th century, through a fine selection of pieces from the Santarelli Foundation.

Capitoline Museums

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Papal audiences in July

There are no papal audiences in July.

There are no public papal masses in July.

The Pope’s Angelus prayer takes place at noon on July 10, 17 and 31 in St. Peter’s Square.

Piccolo America · Open air cinema

Il cinema in piazza

June 3 – July 31 Outdoor cinema as part of the Roman Summer

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Free entry without reservation

Concerts

Rome has a lively music scene. Many pubs and music venues offer live music, especially on weekends. Classical music can be found in many churches and palaces.

With the summer heat, many concerts are relocated to the open air, such as the Caracalla thermal baths or the Circus Maximus. The Rock in Roma festival moves to the racecourse and the Roman theater in Ostia Antica.

Roman nights – Concerti del Tempietto

Notti romane concerti del tempietto

1.07.-2.10.2022 20:30

18:30 – 19:30 Rehearsal

19:45 Guided tour of the Teatro di Marcello, 20:30 Concert

Chiostro di Campitelli Google maps

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Rome’s Music Park​

Roma Summer Fest

A jewel is the Parco della Musica, built by the internationally known architect Renzo Piano, in northern Rome on Via Flaminia. See all events here. Events and tickets

Summer Festival of Music in the Auditorium Tickets

Tram 2 Parco della Musica

Casa del Jazz Paolo Fresu
Casa del Jazz Paolo Fresu

There are several auditoriums and an open-air stage in the Parco della Musica. There are performances in all styles.

Some events are also organized together with the Casa del Jazz. Events and Tickets Casa del Jazz

Bus 160, 671, 714, 792 Casa del Jazz

The thermal baths of Caracalla

The thermal baths of Caracalla offer a very nice atmosphere. There are concerts and operas. Events and Tickets Baths of Caracalla

Bus 118, 628, 671, 714, 792 Terme di Caracalla

Circo Massimo

As in the previous year, events are held at Circo Massimo. Events and tickets Circo Massimo

Metro B, Bus 81, 85, 87, 118, 160, 628, 715 Circo Massimo

The Roman Theater of Ostia Antica

Another spectacular venue is the Roman theater in the excavations of Ostia Antica. The theater was built in the time of Augustus with 3,000 seats and was expanded to 4,000 seats in the 2nd century.

Events and tickets Ostia Antica

Metro Piramide – Ostia Lido stazione Ostia Antica Ostia Antica

Rock in Rome

The Rock Festival in Rome has four venues:

  • The racecourse Capanelle Bus 118, 520, 664 Le Capannelle
  • The Auditorium Parco della Musica Tram 2 Parco della Musica
  • The Circus Maximus

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Excursions in the area

Rome has beautiful surroundings. Romans mainly use the weekends for trips to the sea or the mountains. Therefore, you better set out during the week, when there is less going on.

You can reach many destinations by public transport. Of course, it is more convenient to rent a car.

Trips to the sea

Ladispoli, Santa Severa and Santa Marinella are very nice seaside resorts in the north of Rome. To do this, take the FL5 train line, which runs from Ostiense, Trastevere and San Pietro stations to Civitavecchia. A 3-zone ticket is sufficient for Ladispoli, and 4 zones for the locations of the two saints.

It is very easy to get to Ostia Lido. A ticket for city traffic is sufficient for the journey and on the way you can visit the excavations of the old port city of Ostia Antica.

Formia is very beautiful in the south of Rome. The journey from Roma Termini takes around 90 minutes.

Trips to the mountains

The most famous summer residence of the Romans in Castel Gandolfo. Here the popes spent the summer at around 400 m. Pope Francis, on the other hand, remains in Rome and the palace and gardens in Castel Gandolfo can be visited.

You can get to Castel Gandolfo by train from Roma Termini or from Ciampino with a 3-zone ticket. The train station is on the volcanic hill between Lake Albano and the village.

Day trips

With the high-speed trains that are punctual to the minute, Florence and Naples are only around 1 ½ hours away. With our tips you can put together your own day tour or book an organized tour. Take a day to stroll around Florence and see the world famous Uffizi Gallery. Or visit the excavations in Pompeii and see Vesuvius, which is still active today and buried the city under its ashes.

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