Welcome to Rome

Tourist in Rome √ Your Ultimate Travel Planner Online √

Welcome to the Eternal City! Immerse yourself in the vibrant tapestry of Roman culture as you explore its myriad attractions with our expert guidance.

Taste the dolce vita as you indulge in a creamy gelato, sip an aperitif in a charming piazza, and treat yourself to a delicious dinner.

Stay in the know with our reliable updates on the latest attractions, museums, and events. Rome awaits your discovery!

Tickets

Ensure a seamless experience by booking your tickets in advance through reputable platforms such as Tiqets and GetYourGuide. Avoid the hassle of onsite purchases and unreliable street vendors. Check out our tickets page for a curated selection of the best tours and activities.

Colosseum

Panem et circenses, Bread and games, that’s what the Colosseum stands for. Today, this multifunctional amphitheater of ancient Rome is one of the most visited attractions in the world. Learn how this colossal entertainment machine worked and how to best organize a visit.

Vatican

Every corner of Rome is steeped in history. Legend has it that Emperor Nero had the Apostle Peter executed and buried here. St. Peter’s Basilica and Vatican City were founded here. Today, archaeological research continues to unearth the secrets of the necropolis beneath St. Peter’s Basilica, built by Emperor Constantine in the 4th century.

Take a guided tour of the Vatican Museums and St. Peter’s Basilica to peer into the treasure trove of art and discover 2,000 years of history. If you want to see the Pope up close, attend one of the general audiences – an unforgettable experience.

Travel information

Navigate your way to Rome by car, bus, train or plane. Plan your trip with us and familiarize yourself with the city’s transportation system to ensure a smooth arrival and exploration of Rome’s wonders.

Hotels advertise a good location, even if you then need an hour to get to the center. Check here which locations are really convenient.

GYG City Tours

Colosseum Tickets Tiqets

Shopping

Embark on a shopping spree in Rome, where you’ll find everything from high-fashion boutiques to quaint markets selling artisanal goods and antiques. Discover the perfect souvenir to commemorate your visit to the Eternal City.

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14 thoughts on “Tourist in Rome √ Your Ultimate Travel Planner Online √”

  1. Hello, thank you for all the information on your website. We will be coming to Rome for 3 days at the end of September and I would like to ask if you have any insider tips off the beaten track.

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  2. Rome is wonderful but it is also full of trash too!! Such a shame! The authorities should spend some of the millions of euros they get from the tourist tax of 3 euros per day and really clean up the city. Its appalling.

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    • The Romans also pay a lot for garbage collection. Let’s see what the next election will be. Joseph de Maistre: “Every nation gets the government it deserves.”

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  3. I live in Virginia in the USA. My desire is to come for several and do the 2020 Marathon. I would appreciate any and all info on marathon. It will be my first time to Italy, so I need lots of guidance.
    Thank you,
    Teresa

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    • Hi Teresa,
      there are more events in Rome during the year. I believe, you are asking about the Rome Marathon in April. Registrations are not yet open. Here you find information about the Rome Marathon, procedures are every year the same. Only the location of the Marathon Village may change.
      If you have more questions, let me know.
      Best
      Bernhard

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  4. Will be in Rome during Christmas. I need to get to a dinner Christmas day evening around 7:30 pm & be picked up around 11:30 pm. Are the taxis running at that time? I heard that transportation is limited on Christmas.

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  5. Hello,

    I really appreciate all of your practical tips for visiting Rome at Easter. Are all of the tours self-booking, or can you make specific recommendations for me somehow? I could use the help figuring out the best way to spend our time, making tour bookings, and an Easter meal reservation.

    Thanks!
    Jen

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  6. Hello. I would like to climb to the top of St Peters Basilica. I will be taking an early tour of the Sistine Chapel and St Peters, which does not include a climb up the dome. I would like to climb the dome after my tour is over at 11:30. Is there a way of doing this without waiting in a long line for the elevator? Someone told me if I book a Vox Mundi audio tour that I could skip the line for the dome. Is this true and how do I do this?
    Thank You

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    • Hi Loren,
      L’m sorry, but the Vox Mundi tour for the dome is no more available since last autumn. At the moment I know only one tour including St. Peter’s Basilica and the dome but it starts already at 8:15. I suggest to ask your guide of the St Peter’s tour for help.
      Enjoy your stay in Rome!

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