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Rome 1 Throw a coin in the Trevi Fountain while you're in Rome and you'll be sure to return!
Rome 2 Take a private guide to tour the Colosseum, the largest Roman amphitheatre in the world.
Rome 3 The Imperial Roman Forum is an open-air museum
Rome 4 The dome of St Peter's Basilica in the Vatican City
Rome 5 The Spanish Steps


With 3,000 years of history Rome truly is the ‘Eternal City’. Many of the wonders of this city are not in the museums but in the streets, and in fact the entire historical centre is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

From the magnificent Roman monuments such as the Colosseum and the Pantheon, with its amazing domed roof still perfectly intact, to ‘la dolce vita’ of the swish Via Veneto, Rome has so much to fascinate the visitor. There are many marvels: the outstanding works of art accumulated by popes, wealthy patrons of the finest artists in Europe; the treasures of the Vatican and the Sistine chapel by Michelangelo – few cities make the past such an enjoyable experience read more.... 

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Places To See In Rome


Ancient Rome

A half day tour dedicated to the ancient monuments of Imperial Rome: the Colosseum, where 50,000 spectators watched public spectacles, the Capitoline Hill and monuments of the Forum.

Tivoli - Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'Este

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A full day tour of the delights of Tivoli. 

Artistic Rome

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Highlights of the Vatican Museum including the Sistine Chapel.


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Guided Tour of St Peter's and Vatican Museums

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Beat the queues with timed entrance tickets to the museum and Sistine Chapel.


Food & Drink


Roman dishes, like much of Italian cuisine, is based on simple ingredients, both vegetable and animal and all sorts of offal traditionally form part of the Roman diet. Trippa alla romana is a famous dish with tripe flavoured with mint and an abundant sprinkling of pecorino cheese. Saltimbocca alla romana is a very tasty dish of sliced veal with ham and sage cooked in butter and white wine.

Many of the best known pasta dishes are Roman in origin, such as spaghetti carbonara, with egg and bacon and bucatini all'amatriciana with pork cheek, tomato and pecorino cheese.

Rome may not have its own famous typical dessert as other towns and cities do, but it does have over 600 pasticcerie or cake shops! There are also many amazing ice cream parlours or gelaterie serving a dizzying array of flavours.

Festivals & Events


In April the Spanish Steps are bedecked with azaleas for the Spring Festival.

On 21 April Romans celebrate the anniversary of the birth of Rome with pageantry and music.

From June to August Roman Summer hosts an extensive programme of open air events and concerts in the Forum.

Again, throughout the summer months Rock in Rome offers a programme of open air concerts featuring an array of international stars. Please contact our expert team for more details.

Where to stay


Hotel Victoria

A traditional, family-run hotel dating back to 1899, the welcoming Hotel Victoria is full of character and Ita Find out more...

£ 462 Per person

Hotel Mascagni

Situated in the heart of ancient Rome, it’s just a short walk to the National Roman Museum and the Villa Borgh Find out more...

£ 595 Per person

Ludovisi Palace Hotel

The Hotel Ludovisi enjoys a superb location right in the heart of Rome in the exclusive Via Veneto district. T Find out more...

£ 507 Per person

Hotel Donatello

This friendly, family-run hotel is great value yet provides a comfortable base for visiting Rome. It's conveni Find out more...

£ 440 Per person

Hotel Leon's Place

This very stylish hotel is the result of the renovation of a 19th century building in the heart of Rome and al Find out more...

£ 490 Per person

Hotel Siena

A modern boutique hotel using bold black and white decor located near the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain Find out more...

£ 489 Per person

Hotel Modigliani

Giulia and Marco, the friendly owners of the Hotel Modigliani extend a warm welcome to all their guests. Set i Find out more...

£ 553 Per person

Grand Hotel Flora Marriott

Located at the top of the historic Via Veneto and next door to the Borghese gardens and Roman walls, the Grand Find out more...

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