It would take a lifetime to see it all, but 48 hours is just enough time to visit Rome’s main attractions
Rome is a year-round draw, but how you enjoy it will be dictated by your choice of season
The city is wonderful to visit in any season, boasting a walkable city centre and friendly, helpful locals
Rome is surrounded by a plethora of noteworthy towns and sights just hours from the city
Getting to grips with public transportation in Rome is relatively straightforward
From chic boutiques to small, stylish B&Bs, we have you covered
Rome’s newer and more diverse neighbourhoods are just as special as its ruins
Luxury pads overlooking the Colosseum and charming private rooms
Prioritizing cheap lodging will free up more funds for the rest of your trip
There are few places in the world that offer such artistic riches, many of them free to enjoy
Rome’s gorgeous ancient ruins are seamlessly incorporated into day-to-day life
A walk through Rome’s cobblestone streets can feel like stepping onto a movie set
Check out our hand-picked selection of the best guided romps through Rome
Rome takes its food seriously, valuing substance over style where eating is concerned
Find beer and cocktail spots alongside Rome’s ever-charming enoteche
Rome has plenty on the menu to keep bellies perpetually stuffed
Traditional and modern meet in the fashion capital of Italy
Delicious food, friendly people and 266 days of sun per year
Free culture, huge parks and a pub on (almost) every corner
Bistros, romance and culture everywhere you turn: it can only be Paris
Modernista architecture meets Mediterranean beaches: result!
Lose a weekend (and more) to raves and art in Europe’s hippest city
Bikes, bongs, beautiful buildings and all those canals
One city, two continents: never a dull moment
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