April is high season in Rome. To get in at museums like the Colosseum and enjoy your stay worry-free and without long queues, you need to prepare well in advance.
Easter in Rome is one of the highest Church festivals. Rome at Easter is climatically very pleasant. Many tourists and pilgrims visit the city.
The 28th Rome Marathon will take place on Sunday March 19th. The run begins at 8:30 a.m., start and finish are at the Fori Imperiali. Here you will find all information about registration and the running route.
Enjoy the approaching spring in Rome in March. It is not yet too crowded in the city and you can easily stroll through the streets and parks. What’s going on in Rome in March, you can find out here.
Carnival in Rome is the weekend before Ash Wednesday. It s celebrated in squares, shopping centers and in some places in the surrounding area.
In February in Rome enjoy the cultural offer and winter cuisine. From the middle of the month you can feel the coming spring.
The Chinese community celebrates the Chinese New Year in Rome with love and enthusiasm, demonstrating culture and traditions.
January in Rome is low season. It is the ideal time for museum visits, for cheap shopping and for delicious winter specialties.
New Year’s Eve in Rome is a celebration for all with traditional New Year’s Eve menus, party in the streets and a big concert with fireworks.
In December in Rome, the shopping streets are full and the museums are empty. There are many nativity scenes to see, festive streets and stores.