Rome is one of the world's most beautiful, romanticized and most traveled cities in Europe. It consists of many beautiful locations like museums, parks, churches, gardens, basilicas, temples, villas, pizzas, theatres, and other venues in general.
Rome has a mixture of cultures from around the world. Rome is also a foodie's heaven, from the world-class cuisine to casual Italian restaurants, to takeaway pizzas.
There are many nightclubs for enjoyment. If you are not into clubbing, many of Rome’s trendy bars serve Aperitivo, or the Italian version of Happy Hour, for you to relax and unwind.
Rome trip is incomplete without admiring the treasure trove of art in the museums across the city. Apart from visiting famous visiting locations, you also should note these following points. There are many places in Rome which are completely free for tourists to enjoy:
Make a wish and Toss a coin at Trevi Fountain
Head over to the Spanish Steps, click photos around it and meet new people. It a youth meeting spot for college students.
Marvel at the Pantheon, one of Rome’s most well-preserved monuments.
Discover Rome on foot or paddle. Most spots are well connected and are perfect for a relaxed amble. If you are in downtown, you can rent a hover-board, and travel in exciting way.
Enjoy free live music concerts between June and September. Drinks are food are paid, but you can dance on the beat.
The city has a pleasant spring season and spring is also the season for blooming flowers, such as the azalea flowers on the Spanish Steps. Spring also welcomes festivals such as Rome’s Birthday on April 21st and Easter. The cool temperatures last until mid-May.
The best time to visit is in June, July, and August because Rain is possible, but unlikely, making summer the ideal for sightseeing, dining at outdoor cafes, and eating Italian cuisine.
The popular seasons for travelers to visit Rome are spring and fall. March weather is slightly more variable than April when the city begins to warm up.
Winter is actually a really good time to visit, especially for those who want to save money on lodging, and see tourist attractions and sites in the historic center without the long lines and crushing crowds. December through February have relatively mild weather to visit beautiful destinations.
The Colosseum is the largest and most well-preserved amphitheater from the Roman Empire when you can see the epic piece of history with your own eyes.
The cheapest way to visit is to purchase a standard ticket that will gain you entrance into the Colosseum. It is the best place destination in Rome.
There are 54 different galleries and several courtyards within the Vatican museums each consists of paintings and sculptures collected by centuries of popes.
The Vatican Museums contain more priceless works of art that can be seen in a day. Of all the places we visited in Rome, the Vatican Museums is the busiest and beautiful destination.
The Pantheon is one of Rome’s most famous former temples and there are Italian shops and fast food joints just step away.
Now, The Pantheon has served as a church where the entrance is free. The Pantheon is closed on weekdays for tourists.
St Peter’s Basilica is the largest church in the world and entrance into St Peter’s Basilica is free, but if you want to climb the stairs to the top of the basilica’s dome, there is a small fee. This is a great way to see the city of Rome from the top.
It is one of the best places in Rome which is located in the heart of the city. The Spanish Steps is the popular destination to visit during the spring and summer.
You will find a cluster of artists painting visitor’s portraits at the top of the Spanish Steps The stairway itself is of 138 steps and if you cannot manage, this there is a lift which will take you to the top of the Spanish Steps.
The Trevi Fountain is the largest fountain and is well-known for the unique superstition and traditions surrounding in Rome.
Supposedly, if you toss a coin with your right hand over your left shoulder, you will be destined to return to Rome someday.
The area surrounding the Trevi Fountain stays super busy pretty much all day long, but if you visit at early morning or after dark, you will be able to toss your coin in the fountain.
It is the most beautiful square in Rome consists of various fountains, open-air cafes smell of coffee and baked goods, and baroque architecture.
You can enjoy plenty of entertainers including fortune tellers, and painters looking to entertain visitors in the summer season. The trio of fountains is one of the main attractions here.
So, just plan your vacations in Rome with friends, families and enjoy at beautiful destinations in Rome. Happy journey!!!