Bursting with magnificent ancient monuments, art galleries, timeless culture and endless shops, cafes and trattorias, Rome is a truly stunning city.
With so much to see and do, the key is to decide – depending on how many nights you plan to stay – which of the city’s sites you absolutely must see. Your list might include the Colosseum (currently undergoing some much-needed restoration), the Pantheon, the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain.
From London: 3 hours
GMT +1 hour
Not Applicable for EU Citizens
April to June and late September to October are the most pleasant months for travelling in Italy, in that the temperatures are usually mild and the crowds aren’t quite so intense. Starting in mid-June, the summer rush really picks up and you’ll be sure of the best weather. But with the weather comes the number of tourists too. August can be very busy.
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