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Cruise to Rome

It is possible to get to Rome by ferry: Although this last option is more expensive, many countries offer a cruise trip to the Italian capital. Rome's port for cruise ships is called Civitavecchia and is located 82 km from the city center (approximately an hour's drive).

Best Time to Travel to Rome

Spring, particularly mid-March and April (with the exception of Easter, which runs from April 14 to 21), is a good time to travel to Rome. Temperatures tend to be comfortably warm (between 14°C and 17°C). In general, there are not as many visitors as in the high season (between May and September).

Another ideal time to visit the city is from the end of September to the beginning of November, with optimal temperatures during the day (between 18° C to 27° C).

What to See and Do in Rome?

Getting to know Rome means walking through its emblematic historic center, therefore, it is advisable to locate lodging in a nearby area. Below, we mention some of the possible tours to take in Rome.

  1. Visit the museums and historical monuments of the city of Rome. You will have the opportunity to explore ancient Rome with a tour of the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Catacombs of Rome, and the Palatine Hill (the foundation site of the city), you can also learn about the Roman Empire and the famous tomb of Julius Caesar.
  2. Among the things to do in Rome, you can visit Vatican City, its churches and museums. You will be able to visit Saint Peter's Square and one of the largest churches in the world, the famous Saint Peter's Basilica, the cradle of Catholicism (it was decorated by the best artists of the Baroque and Renaissance periods). Access is via the metro or the famous Via della Conciliazione, a 500-meter-long avenue that connects the Castel Sant'Angelo with St. Peter's Square. For a better experience, remember to manage your tickets online on the official Vatican website.
  3. Try the Italian-style espresso: Drinking coffee is inevitable when arriving in Italy, the Piazza di Spagna is surrounded by numerous coffee shops recognized for their tradition. Without a doubt, the Antico Caffè Greco is one of the most visited, try authentic espresso coffee in the second oldest coffee shop in Italy.
  4. Shopping in Rome: In the surroundings of the Piazza di Spagna, you will also find shops for shopping. Not only are there the most recognized brands like Gucci and Prada, but there are also local brands like Fausto Santini. In addition, there are shops that offer less expensive clothes and items, in any of the streets Via Borgognona, Via Condotti, Via del Babuino, and Via Frattina you can get the most elegant and fashionable clothing items.

What to do in Rome with children?

We know that many families with children decide to travel through Italy, so we leave you some ideas to visit with children in Rome if that is your case:

  1. Bike or skate rental at Villa Borghese
  2. Go to Gladiator School
  3. Go to the Bioparco, known as the Giardino Zoologico di Roma
  4. Treasure hunt in Trastevere
  5. Visit the catacombs of Rome
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What to wear in Rome

This will depend on the time of year you travel. However, if you are not a person who suffers from climatic extremes, we recommend you always go light, if possible they reach the knee, and always wear a hat and water.

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How much money to take to Rome

Prices in Rome are usually high. We recommend that you think about spending around 100 € per person each day, between accommodation, food, and crossings.

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Rome official coin

The official currency of the city of Rome, as in the rest of Italy and Europe, is the euro.

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