Rome

Rome city breaks

From the Ancient Romans to the Renaissance, Rome’s played a starring role in many mega moments in time. Walk in the footsteps of Emperors at the magnificent marble Pantheon and see where gladiators once fought at the captivating Colosseum one minute, then sip Negronis like a Fellini film star on a rooftop bar the next. No trip to this iconic city would be complete without swinging by the Trevi Fountain to make a wish and let’s not forget the outstanding Sistine Chapel in Vatican City. As for the shopping, that’s sensational too. Throw in leafy parks, bustling piazzas and old-school coffee shops on every corner to top it all off. When evening falls, call by ivy-clad Trastevere for buzzy bars and the best pizza bianca in town. 
Explore classical Rome

Explore classical Rome

Be transported back in time to the days of Gladiator when you visit Rome’s epic monuments. Go to the Colosseum and imagine what it was like standing in the arena and hearing the roar of the crowd. Or follow in Julius Caesar’s tracks when you stroll around the magnificent marble Pantheon and Roman Forum.

Hang out in a piazza

Hang out in a piazza

Soak up the atmosphere as you sip an espresso in one of the city’s squares. Swing by Piazza Navona and you’ll be entertained by street performers while you admire the ornate buildings and fountains. Piazza di Spagna has the Spanish Steps at the top – the perfect place for a photo op.

Visit Vatican City

Visit Vatican City

The smallest state in the world is in the heart of Rome and packed with must-sees. St Peter’s Basilica and St Peter’s Square, where the Pope holds his audiences, is here. So is Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel with its fabulous frescoes. You can enjoy peace and quiet in the cool greenery of the gardens too.

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Colosseum

Colosseum

Rome

When in Rome the Colosseum is a must-see. One of the city’s most awe-inspiring landmarks, it was once the venue for gladiatorial contests in front of up to 80,000 spectators. These days, you can wander...
Pantheon

Pantheon

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Standing proud in the Piazza della Rotonda is Rome’s famous Pantheon. Built around 125 AD as a Roman temple dedicated to the gods, it’s one of the city’s most well-preserved buildings. And it’s quite a looker –...
Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona

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Piazza Navona is one of those vibrant squares that demands to be seen. It’s a people-watching mecca, thronging with street performers and artists with plenty of eateries to sit and take it all in. At its heart...
St Peter's Basillica and Square

St Peter's Basillica and Square

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One of the largest churches in the world, you’ll be blown away by St Peter’s Basilica. Inside, every step brings you to another beautiful painting, colourful fresco or tucked-away sculpture. And if you take the...
The Spanish Steps

The Spanish Steps

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If you don’t want to tackle the 135 steps of the Spanish Steps all in one go, it’s a great spot to stop for a bit of people-watching and a cooling gelato. While you’re here, pop into Keats-Shelley Memorial...
The Vatican's museums

The Vatican's museums

Rome

Prepare for some serious jaw dropping on a visit to the Vatican museums. Every room brings spectacular splendour on a huge scale – not least the Sistine Chapel with its fresco-filled ceiling by Michelangelo....

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Italian

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Euro

Time difference

+1hr

Cost of a beer

£4.40

24-hour unlimited Metrebus

£6 / €7

Three course meal

£44

Sightseeing

From the awe-inspiring setting of St Peter’s Basilica to the iconic sight of the Colosseum dominating the skyline, there's nothing quite like the culture-rich experience of Rome. While a short weekend break might not be enough to see it all, a Rome city break gives you a glimpse into the glorious golden age of classical Rome and the Vatican City with the Sistine Chapel. So enjoy a slice of life at the fabulous restaurants in the original 'City of Love'.

Eating and drinking
The quieter, less travelled streets of the Trastevere district allow you to try Roman delicacies such as bruschetta and spaghetti carbonara in atmospheric surroundings. You’ll also find fine dining restaurants clustered around the Via Nazionale and Via Veneto, serving delights like the crisp white wines of Lazio and artichokes soaked in fragrant olive oil.
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Shopping
A classy shopping destination, Rome’s most upmarket area for fashion is the Piazza Spagna at the foot of the Spanish Steps. Via del Corso is also a central street featuring international brands in the historic centre of Rome. Alternatively, Campo de Fiore is the city’s oldest market, offering an array of fresh produce and souvenirs.
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Getting around
One of the best ways to get around Rome is to simply walk, as there’s so much to see as you go from one sight to another. But Rome’s Metropolitana system is well developed and travels around all of the main sights too. It’s well worth considering a Roma Pass – this includes free admission to attractions, along with access to public transport. You can also hop on the city’s electric buses, with six different tramlines to take you through the narrow streets.
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