Are you thinking of visiting Rome in winter? Is it for the incomparable Christmas atmosphere in Rome and the Vatican or just to see Rome with less tourists around? While it’s not as warm as Lisbon, Barcelona or Porto, we think it’s a great place for a winter trip nonetheless. Why should you go to Rome in winter, though? We’ll go over a few reasons today.
Every year, Rome experiences a siege of tourists during Easter. The Stations of the Cross in the Colosseum or the mass led by the Pope in the Vatican are just some of the many attractions. What else is worth knowing about Easter in Rome? What does Easter in Rome and the Vatican usually look like?
Rome is an incredible place during the Christmas period. If you’re lucky enough to be going to Rome at that time, then we’ve got an article just for you. We’ll go over Christmas Markets in Rome for 2023 – when and where they’ll open up and what you will be able to find there.
You’re no doubt familiar with Rome for many reasons, yet it’s rarely a place associated with beaches. And yet, in a small and charming neighbourhood of Lido di Ostia, you, too, can spend a pleasant day on a beach in Rome. Which beaches in Ostia should you choose, though?
We’d be very impressed if you haven’t yet heard of Rome, but it’s not beyond the realm of possibility that you may have been very asleep during your geography classes. If so, then you may know Rome but not its location. As such, we’ll go over the absolute basics today – where is Rome located? Which peninsula is Rome on?
Though 18 years have passed since the death of Karol Wojtyła, the Polish Pope, it still feels like yesterday for many people. Though the figure did fall under a bit of controversy, both Poles and believers from all over the world still revere him like he never left.
It’s, therefore, unsurprising that many may want to visit his eternal resting place. Today, we’ll go over the details of John Paul II’s tomb. What does it look like? Can you see it yourself and is there an entry fee?
If you’re wondering what spring is like in Rome, we’ll tell you all about it today. Today’s post will go over some fun things you can do in Rome in spring and what weather you can expect in March, April and May in Rome. As you can probably imagine, it’s quite a bit warmer than it is for us at home already. Join us!
With Rome’s reputation, the Eternal City can allow itself to get a bit expensive. And it does. But can you visit Rome on a budget? Are there free attractions in Rome? Here’s a guide on the best budget attractions in Rome.
We know Rome tends to overshadow everything that dwells anywhere within the distance of being in the same country, but there’s really much more to the region of Lazio than just the Eternal City. But where should you go in Lazio? What to visit near Rome? Don’t worry, as, in our attempt to advertise the rest of Lazio a bit more, today’s guide will be all about the underappreciated gems in Lazio!
The Rome Ciampino Airport is very close to the centre of Italy’s capital, about 9 miles. Still, you’re not going to walk that, so how are you going to get to the centre from the airport? We’ll help you with that today.