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Holiday Packages in Rome

Travelling to Rome can be quite pricey, especially when you take into account that you will have to book accommodation as well. This is why booking a holiday package is a great choice. This will allow you to save money and time, as with this option you get to book both accommodation, and flights to Rome at the same time. Rome is a perfect destination for history buffs, as well as fans of ancient European architecture. This city is also perfect for couples, looking to take a romantic vacation, as well as fashion enthusiasts, as Italy is likely the worldwide centre of fashion.

 

Flying to Rome

As Rome is among the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, you will be able to find flights to Rome from most of Australia’s airports. Flights with two, or more stops can be quite long, however, there are also some 1-stop flights which will get you to this lovely city in less than 24 hours. Airlines which offer these shorter, 1-stop airfares to Rome are Virgin Australia, Qantas, Emirates, Alitalia, Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways and China Airlines. Cheap flights to Rome will land at the Rome Fiumicino International Airport (FCO).

 

Where to Stay in Rome

Rome offers a variety of hotels, suitable for visitors of all needs. Most of them come with room service, as well as breakfast.

 

Trevi Collection Dependence

This lovely hotel comes with a buffet breakfast from 7am to 10:30am. It offers 20 rooms with minibars, air condition, and wireless internet which comes free of charge. It also has a convenient concierge service, as well as a safe, and private bathrooms.

Fortyseven Hotel

This hotel offers some convenient amenities such as a steam room, and a fully-equipped fitness centre. Wireless internet is also available, as well as a babysitting service, which will let parents explore the city of Rome even if they brought their baby along. This hotel has 61 rooms with air-condition, minibars, and flat-screen TVs included.

Hotel Regno

This is another great option for accommodation as it offers a 24-hour front desk service, assistance for tours, laundry service as well as a concierge. 64 air-conditioned rooms are available, and all of them come with your own private minibar, and flat-screen television. Free wireless internet access is also available, as well as satellite programming.

 

Things to do in Rome

As the centre of Europe’s culture, throughout thousands of years, Rome has gained a status of a cult tourist destination. Annually, it is visited by around 10 million people, making it the 12th most visited city on the planet. People visit this city to explore the wonderful architecture of ancient Europe, enjoy the art, as well as the renown Italian cuisine.

The Colosseum

This spectacular building is the largest amphitheatre in history! It could hold as much as 80,000 people, a remarkable figure, considering the time when it was built. As this is the main tourist attraction in the city, millions of people flock hear each year. This means that the lines to buy the tickets might be very long at times, so visit the nearby Platino instead. Here you can also buy the tickets for the Colosseum, without waiting for the crowd to clear out.

Pantheon

Formerly used as the temple of the Roman Gods, nowadays, Pantheon is used as a Catholic church. This spectacular building is among the best-preserved historical sites of the era, and offers a unique glimpse into the ancient world. The best part: there are no fees for entering, however, you will have to pay if you want to hear what the guide has to say.

Galleria Borghese

This place will let you explore the breathtaking artwork of Titian, Raphael and many other famous Italian painters. There is no better place in Rome for art admirers. Tickets for this museum might be a bit difficult to obtain, so we advise booking in advance. This will let you avoid the crowds at the entrance.

 

The Best Time to Visit Rome

Summers in Rome can get scorching-hot, so we don’t advise booking airfares to Rome during this time. July and August temperatures often go over 40 degrees. Spring, however, brings perfect temperatures, with very little precipitation, so sightseeing will be a pleasure. September to November is also a good option, as this time also brings buce temperatures. However, spring and autumn is the peak tourist season in Rome, so you might run into crowds of tourists and more expensive accommodation prices. For the most economically-friendly option book cheap airfares to Rome in December, January, or February. All of the restaurants, and cafes in the city will still be open, and the temperatures almost never drop to below zero. Snow is also very rare, so you will still be able to go sightseeing and enjoy the beauty of this city.