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Rome Travel Guide

The eternal city is a vibrant cosmopolis, with more than 2,500 year-old history. The challenge is deciding what not to do: there are so many churches, archaeological sites, piazzas and paintings to see, that a lifetime is hardly enough. Archaeological remains from ancient Rome, art-stuffed churches and the treasures of Vatican City will attract your attention, but Rome is also a wonderful place to practice the Italian-perfected il dolce far niente, the sweet art of idleness.

Colosseum in Rome Travel Guide

Colosseum in Rome

Best Time to visit Rome

Best time to visit Rome is in from April till May and from September till October, when the weather is mild, with bright and sunny days, and the crowds are fewer, thus sightseeing becomes a wonderful experience.

Summer is the high season, especially in July and August, so be prepared for large crowds, long lines at popular attractions, a hot and humid weather and high prices.

If you want to see the ancient city on a budget, the best period is from November till March (not during Christmas though). There are hotel deals everywhere, not many tourists around, but the weather gets chilly.

Accommodation in Rome

The city is expensive throughout the year, with the city centre being extremely pricey for budget travellers. Choosing a hotel in the suburbs can save you money, but bear in mind that rooms in most hotel categories are relatively small.

The Roman Metro and Bus lines system is fantastic and a €6.00 day pass is an excellent bargain, allowing you to move freely all around the city. Another good choice for budget is the area near Colosseum, also known as Ancient Rome.

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Things to do in Rome

When in Rome, be prepared to step into the world’s biggest open air museum. Visit the Pantheon, the Colosseum, the Vatican and the Basilica di San Pedro, the Musei Capitolini, the magnificent Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel and toss a coin for your wishes in Fontana di Trevi. Order a pizza or a pasta al dente, and finish it off with an Italian espresso.

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Nightlife in Rome

Rome is filled with great clubs and keep in mind Romans go out late and they love to dance. Below are some of the most popular Nightclubs in Rome:


A great alternative and electronic club, with a brilliant sound system


Visit Goa Club Official


A small, dark two-level club, featuring a mix techno and old-school house.


Visit Neo Club Official


A glamour club, that hosts DJs of house and techno music


Visit  Rashomon Club Official


Amazing DJ’s playing techno music every Friday


Visit Room 26 Official


A floating club, Known for their live shows and performances


Visit Lian Club Official


With techno and electronic music during the weekends


Visit Piper Club Official