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Helpful information

  • Rome is the capital of Italy (IT)
  • IATA code: ROM
  • Continent: Europe
  • Currency: Euro (EUR) (Course: 10 EUR = 8.58 GBP)
  • Current time: 10:41 (GMT+2)
  • Current date: 2022.07.02

From historical tours to romantic getaways, Rome is one of the world's most popular holiday destinations. Book flights to Rome from the UK with today. 

Rome is modern Italy's capital city and the ancient centre of the Roman Empire – so it's no surprise that the whole city is a tantalising mix of the old and the new. Bask in the thrilling history of the Colosseum or the Roman Forum, or shop designer boutiques in the shadow of baroque fountains. Whatever you do in Rome, you won't be far from a breathtaking monument. Book flights to Rome with and start planning your city break. 

Things to do in Rome 

  1. No trip to Rome is complete without a visit to the Colosseum. Wander into this iconic, cavernous Roman ruin and imagine the gladiatorial combat that took place here when it was built 2000 years ago.
  2. Another famous ruin of the Roman Empire, the Pantheon is 100 years younger than the Colosseum and much better preserved. Distinguished by its Corinthian columns, it was built as a temple to the Roman Gods but is now a Roman Catholic church.
  3. The Roman Forum may look like a sprawling mass of ruins but once it was the beating heart of the city. Among these remains lie the fragments of temples, shrines, courts and other public meeting places that date back to the 7th century BC.
  4. Within the boundaries of Rome is the Vatican City – the home of the Pope and the centre of global Catholicism. Thousands of pilgrims and tourists visit the Vatican each day, and a Papal audience is held every Wednesday if the Pope is in Rome.
  5. The Vatican is also a place of pilgrimage for art lovers: queues to see Michaelangelo's Sistine Chapel ceiling may be long but it's worth the wait, and St. Peter's Basilica is an architectural wonder.
  6. Back in Rome proper, the beautiful 18th century Spanish Steps are crawling with visitors every day. Poetry-lovers should visit the nearby Keats-Shelley Memorial House, while film buffs will recognise the steps from countless Hollywood movies.
  7. Also among Rome's most popular attractions are the catacombs, a network of underground chambers whose origins can be traced back to the 2nd century AD. There are a number of Roman catacombs to visit, including Praetextatus and San Sebastiano.
  8. On the outskirts of Rome, you'll find the handsome Villa Borghese. Indoors, the Galleria Borghese is an art lover's paradise. Surrounding it, the Villa Borghese Gardens offer the ideal setting for a romantic stroll.
  9. Across the city of Rome, you'll find grand, spacious piazzas – or "squares" – which offer the ideal place to sit and take a break from sightseeing. Some of its best and most popular piazzas are Piazza Venezia, Piazza di Spagna (near the Spanish Steps) and Piazza del Popolo, whose Church of Santa del Popolo is home to many masterpieces of Italian art.
  10. The Trevi Fountain has a special place in the hearts of tourists in Rome. Legend has it that if you throw a coin in this ornate baroque fountain, you will return to Rome. Thousands of Euros are thrown in the Trevi Fountain each day and the money is given to the poor.

Shopping in Rome 

Whether you're looking for iconic Italian designer brands or tourist souvenirs, Rome is a wonderful place to go shopping. 

Clothes and bags

Designer clothes boutiques abound near the Piazza di Spagna, where you'll find the Spanish Steps. Check out Via Borgognona, Via Frattina and Via Condotti for classic Italian designers like Prada, Gucci and Armani. 

Markets in Rome

Rome's open air markets are a captivating and historic part of city life. Campo De Fiori is Rome's oldest and most famous market, while Porta Portese is the city's popular flea market in the Trastevere district. Most markets are open between Monday and Saturday, from 7am to 1pm. 

Vintage shopping in Rome

Vintage and second-hand clothing is hip in Rome. Scour its markets for vintage bargains and check out celebrated shops like Mado and Abiti Usati. 

Eating in Rome 

Rome is overflowing with great restaurants serving a mix of modern Italian, classic Roman and international cuisine. Some of the best restaurants in Rome are found in the Trastevere district. 

Roman food

Authentic Roman food can be found in several restaurants around the city. Classic dishes include spaghetti alla carbonara (a creamy pasta dish with egg and bacon) and gnocchi (potato-based dumplings). 


No visit to Rome is complete without "pizza al taglio" – a square or rectangular slice of pizza that's become a modern Roman tradition. It's a quick takeaway meal but always fresh and served with seasonal toppings. 


Gelato – or ice cream – is a must for visitors in Rome, especially in the summer. Flavours at a gelataria can range from simple chocolate to Italian-influenced tiramisu. 

Insider's Tips 

In the event of an emergency, call the European Emergency Number: 112. 

Avoid Rome in August – the heat can be intense and most shops and restaurants are closed during the latter half of the month. 

If you'll be visiting several attractions, buying one of the city's many museum cards could save you money. The Archaeologica Card, for instance, is valid for seven days and allows entrance to several attractions, including the Colosseum and the Baths of Caracalla. 

Getting there from Rome Airport 

By train

The easiest way to reach the city centre from Rome Airport is to use the Leonardo Express train. This modern service takes 30 minutes to reach Termini, Rome's main railway station. 

By bus

A Terravision shuttle bus runs between Rome Airport and Termini station. 

By taxi or car

Taxi cabs in Rome are white and there is a fixed fare charged by drivers between the airport and the city centre. Major car hire companies like Hertz and Europcar also have desks at the airport. 

For more information, see Rome Airport's transport guide