If you’re contemplating a trip to Italy, no doubt Rome is high on your list of must-see destinations. But with so many amazing cities and towns in Italy, you might wonder if a visit to Rome is worth the hype.
So is Rome worth visiting? You bet it is!
As someone who has visited Rome multiple times and fallen deeper in love with it each time, I can confidently say that yes – visiting Rome is absolutely worth it!
Not many people can find fault with the Eternal City, from its ancient history and monuments to its delicious cuisine. But, and there is a but… there are some downsides to Rome too. You’ve likely heard that Rome is a tourist trap and that it’s loud and dirty. Yes, yes and yes.
So if that’s all true why do people visit Rome at all? Easy, it’s such a beautiful city! Whether you have 2 days or 2 weeks in Rome, there’s never enough time to explore it deeply as there is so much history to uncover.
So sit back, relax, and let me tell you all the reasons to visit Rome. Despite some of its downsides why a trip to Rome should definitely be on your bucket list.
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Why Should I Visit Rome Italy?
It’s an easy answer for me. Rome is a bucket list worthy destination. But I wondered how other expert Rome travellers might answer. So, I posted the question of why visit Rome and I’ve included other voices. Watch out for their thoughts and opinions peppered throughout this article giving you dear reader a holistic view.
Now, let’s dive into those 29 reasons to say yes to visiting Rome!
Steeped in history that spans over 2,500 years, Rome was once the center of one of the greatest empires the world has ever known. From the legendary foundation by Romulus and Remus in 509 BC to the grandeur of the Roman Empire, Rome has witnessed the rise and fall of countless civilizations. For example, the fall of the Roman Empire in 476 AD, marked the end of ancient Rome and the beginning of the Middle Ages in Europe.
Rome’s legal system, known as Roman law, greatly influenced legal codes throughout the world. Concepts like “innocent until proven guilty” and the idea that laws should be written down originated in ancient Rome.
Rome is a city where the past seamlessly intertwines with the present, where magnificent ruins stand side by side with bustling modern life. Walking through the streets of Rome is like stepping into a living museum, where every corner holds the secret of the past. No other European city has so much living history right in front of you.
“Visiting Rome makes you feel like you’re in Dan Brown’s Angels and Demons novel full of mystery and adventure. You can make your own scavenger hunt and try to uncover all the secrets from the book yourself.“Tina, of Veganderlust
When it comes to architectural beauty, Rome will leave you spellbound. As you wander through the streets, you can’t help but be enchanted by the vibrant palette of colours adorning the facades. From the warm hues of terracotta to the rich shades of ochre and sienna, Rome’s buildings exude a warmth and charm that is truly unique.
The architectural styles vary, ranging from the grandeur of neoclassical structures to the intricate details of Baroque palaces. Ornate balconies, shutters, elegant arches, and intricately carved facades add a touch of sophistication to the cityscape.
3. Oldest Building in the World
Nestled amidst the ancient streets of Rome stands a true marvel of history: the Pantheon. Often hailed as the oldest building in the world, this architectural gem has withstood the test of time for over two millennia.
Built by the Romans in the 2nd century AD, the Pantheon‘s dome is a testament to their engineering skill and innovative design. It’s incredible to this that this massive concrete structure is still intact after all these years. Stepping inside the Pantheon is even more magical with its circular interior. The oculus, a circular opening in the dome, allows natural light to flood the space and creates a captivating interplay of light and shadow. No visit in Rome is complete until you’ve seen the Pantheon!
“Nothing compares to being able to visit all these historic sites that I learned about as a little kid, and imagine all the emperors who stood here before me.“Sarah of Sarah’s Sojourns
4. Seven Wonders of the World
Rome gets to proudly claim to be home to one of the Seven Wonders of the World – the Colosseum.
This iconic and grand structure showcases the engineering brilliance of ancient Rome. Built in the 1st century AD, the Colosseum was an amphitheatre like no other, with a seating capacity for over 50,000 spectators. Its massive elliptical shape, towering arches, and intricate design are the reason why this is the most visited site in Rome.
Take a guided tour to learn how the Colosseum served as the venue for spectacular gladiatorial contests, mock naval battles, and public spectacles, showcasing the might and entertainment prowess of the Roman Empire. As you stand before this monumental structure, you can’t help but be awestruck by its sheer size and historical significance. Going to Rome just to see the Colosseum is reason alone. It’s that spectacular!
5. UNESCO World Heritage Site
There is no doubt that Rome’s UNESCO World Heritage designation is a well-deserved recognition. And let me tell you, this city has got it all!
From its ancient ruins to its stunning Renaissance palaces to its neighbourhoods steeped in a charming way of life, Rome checks all three boxes of cultural, historical, and architectural wonders.
Rome is one of 58 designated UNESCO sites in Italy, placing them in tied first place with China for having the most heritage sites.
“For me, Rome is a very romantic city. It’s one of the first cities I visited with my partner and everything about this trip was romantic. From seeing the Colosseum at night to having dinner at romantic Italian restaurants to making a wish at the Trevi Fountain, the trip was like a fairy tale!”Dymphe of Dymabroad
Why go to Rome you ask? For many, it’s to visit all the iconic landmarks this city is famous for.
Beyond the well-known Colosseum and Pantheon, be prepared to be enchanted by the lesser-known landmarks that dot this ancient city. Wander along the Tiber River, and you’ll encounter the impressive Castel Sant’Angelo, a fortress-turned-museum with stunning views of Vatican City.
The Palatine Hill offers a glimpse into Rome’s legendary origins and boasts breathtaking views of the Circus Maximus. For art lovers, the Borghese Gallery showcases masterpieces by Bernini, Caravaggio, and Raphael, while the Capitoline Museums house an extensive collection of ancient sculptures and artifacts. And don’t miss a visit to the majestic Piazza del Campidoglio, designed by Michelangelo himself, where you can marvel at the grandeur of the ancient city center.
7. The Churches
Ah, Rome, a city that takes churches to a whole new level! Get ready to be awe-struck by the sheer number and beauty of the churches scattered throughout this beautiful city.
First on the list is the jaw-dropping St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City, a masterpiece of Renaissance architecture that will leave you speechless. But the wonders don’t stop there!
The Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, with its stunning mosaics and ancient origins, offers a glimpse into Rome’s early Christian history. One of my favourites was the Basilica of San Giovanni in Laterano, the oldest church in Rome. Its grandeur is unmatched.
For a more intimate experience, venture to the beautiful Church of San Luigi dei Francesi, where Caravaggio’s masterpieces grace the walls. And if you’re up for a challenge, climb the famous Spanish Steps to reach the Trinità dei Monti Church, which rewards you with a breathtaking view of the city.
Rome’s churches are not only important religious sites, but they embody magnificent architecture and also serve as repositories of history and art.
8. The Piazzas
When it comes to lively gathering spots in Rome, the piazzas take center stage with their vibrant energy and captivating charm. Picture this: you’re enjoying a refreshing gelato while sitting in the heart of Piazza Navona, surrounded by the grandeur of the Baroque architecture. It doesn’t get better than that!
Street artists showcase their talents, musicians fill the air with melodious tunes, and the sound of laughter and chatter creates such an infectious joyful atmosphere that’s hard not to love! Even as a solo traveller, I never really felt alone in Rome when visiting the lively public squares.
Moving on, there’s the iconic Piazza di Spagna, where the Spanish Steps beckon you to sit and soak in the lively atmosphere. As you climb the steps, you’ll find yourself surrounded by trendy boutiques and famous brands.
For a taste of authentic Roman life, head to Piazza Campo de’ Fiori, home to a bustling market during the day and a lively meeting place at night. And then there’s the majestic Piazza del Popolo, with its Egyptian obelisk and twin churches that frame the square, offering a stunning panoramic view of the city.
It’s hard to choose a favourite, as they are all so different. Rome’s piazzas are not just gathering spaces; they are stages for daily life, where locals and tourists alike come together to relax, socialize, and embrace the dolce vita. So, take a seat, sip your espresso, and let the vibrant energy of Rome’s piazzas envelop you.
“One of the amazing things about Rome is that it is like an open-air museum! Just by strolling around Rome’s piazzas you can admire up-close fantastic fountains and sculptures by famous artists like Gian Lorenzo Bernini.”Lisa of Waves and Cobblestones
9. The Fountains
Be prepared to be mesmerized by the enchanting water features that grace the streets and piazzas of Rome. Take a leisurely stroll and you’ll encounter fountains at every turn.
The iconic Trevi Fountain is an absolute must-see, where tradition says tossing a coin over your shoulder ensures a return to Rome (which has worked for me!).
I especially like the Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (Fountain of the Four Rivers) in Piazza Navona, a masterpiece by Bernini, depicting the major rivers of the four continents. The Fontana delle Tartarughe (Turtle Fountain) in the Jewish Ghetto with its whimsical turtle sculptures, while the Fontana del Tritone (Triton Fountain) showcases Bernini’s artistic genius.
“I won’t lie, Rome gives me serious main character energy. I can’t help but imagine that every part of the city was designed just for me… sometimes just to keep the plot moving until I meet the love of my life at the Trevi Fountain.”Amber of Amber Everywhere
10. Visit the Smallest State in Europe – Vatican City
Nestled right in the heart of Rome is Europe’s smallest state (the number two spot is held by Monaco near Nice). Vatican City is a pint-sized powerhouse that packs a punch of cultural and spiritual significance and is definitely worth a visit.
Take a tour of St. Peter’s Basilica, a masterpiece of Renaissance architecture that will leave you in awe. Explore the Vatican Museums, where a vast number of artistic treasures are found, including the world-renowned Sistine Chapel, adorned with Michelangelo’s breathtaking frescoes.
Despite its small size, Vatican City is a cultural and spiritual giant, attracting millions of visitors each year. So, prepare to immerse yourself in a world of art, history, and spirituality, and yes, endless amounts of visitors. If you want to see a more peaceful and quieter side, be sure to include a tour of Vatican Gardens.
11. Tiber River
The Tiber River weaves its way throughout the city. Stroll along its banks and you’ll come across charming bridges, like the famous Ponte Sant’Angelo and Ponte Sisto. Begging you to stop and admire the picturesque views of the city’s architecture and iconic landmarks lining both sides.
The Tiber adds a touch of serenity to Rome’s bustling atmosphere. On weekends especially you’ll see locals walking, running or biking alongside it. Pop-up festivals and musicians gather crowds. So, take a moment to sit on a bench by the Tiber and watch the world go by. Reminding you why Rome is a city worth visiting.
12. La Dolce Vita
Ah, La Dolce Vita, the sweet life of doing nothing that Italians have perfected and embraced with open arms.
It’s a concept that captures the essence of savouring every moment, indulging in life’s pleasures, and finding joy in the simplest of things. That is what I aspire to each and every day!
In Italy, La Dolce Vita is more than just a catchphrase; it’s a way of life. It’s the leisurely sips of espresso at a sidewalk café, the passionate conversations over a plate of pasta, and the animated gestures that accompany every sentence. It’s about taking the time to appreciate art, architecture, and the beauty that surrounds you. It’s about forming deep connections with friends and family and cherishing the bonds that make life meaningful.
I love the fact that La Dolce Vita teaches us to slow down, to live in the present, and to find happiness in the little moments that often pass us by. La Dolce Vita reminds us that true happiness lies not in the grand gestures, but in the simple pleasures that make each day a celebration. If you embrace that while in Rome, you’ll find the magic, trust me.
“Rome reminds me to enjoy my brief life: eat that pasta, indulge in yet another gelato, and relax with friends. No wonder that “Carpe diem” was coined by a Roman poet!“Jennie of Travel Bravely
Confession time, I go to Rome just for the food alone! From the first bite of crispy, thin-crust Roman pizza to the comfort food of a hearty plate of pasta – what’s there not to love about Italian food?
Indulge in the daily delight of gelato and a morning pastry filled with lemon cream, chocolate or jam. Rome’s street food scene is pretty good too! Where you can grab a scrumptious supplì, a fried rice ball filled with mozzarella, or enjoy a Trapizzino, a pocket of pizza dough filled with a variety of tasty fillings. Some of the best restaurants can be found in the Trastevere neighbourhood.
Rome’s markets, such as Campo de’ Fiori and Testaccio, offer an abundance of fresh produce, artisanal cheeses, and local specialties like oils, spices and liqueurs.
Pair your meal with a glass of robust Italian wine and you’ll truly understand the art of la dolce vita. Buon appetite!
“Visiting Rome is a must for foodies who want to have an authentic carbonara made of guanciale, pecorino romano, eggs, and black pepper. My favorite restaurant to try it is Roscioli in Campo de’ Fiori, an obligatory stop during every visit.”Odo of Caribe Vibes
The coffee culture in Rome is serious business. And do I ever wish I liked coffee because it would be fun to partake! Iconic espresso bars serving up aromatic shots stand on every corner. It’s morning rush hour at the local café where regulars stand at the bar top and sip on their caffè macchiato or a cappuccino (but remember, only in the morning!). Order a tea like I did and they will give you a quizzical look.
But it doesn’t stop there. Rome has mastered the art of the apéritif, a delightful pre-dinner ritual that involves sipping on refreshing and bittersweet concoctions. Sip on a classic Aperol Spritz, or indulge in a Negroni or Campari that packs a punch of flavour.
These moments of sipping and socializing, accompanied by delicious aperitivo snacks was my favourite time of day! Not only to rest my tired feet but I loved the atmosphere of camaraderie and celebration. It was the only time in Rome as a solo traveller you wish you had someone to enjoy it with. Salute!
The best streets in Rome will make you stroll a little bit slower. Where you’ll find you lose yourself in the narrow, cobblestone alleys. Embrace the serendipity of getting lost, and let Rome’s streets guide you off the beaten path.
Some of the most charming streets can be found in Trastevere, where ivy-covered buildings can be found. Or the streets in Rome’s Jewish Ghetto are not only filled with history but the sweet aromas of bread, coffee and tomato fills the air. Don’t miss the boho streets in the Monti neighbourhood lined with artisan shops and eateries.
Even the most famous streets like Via del Corso, the city’s main thoroughfare, invites you to indulge in a shopping spree, with its array of high-end boutiques, designer stores, and trendy shops. For a taste of ancient Rome, venture down the historic Via Appia Antica, where ancient ruins, picturesque vineyards, and the grandeur of the Roman aqueducts transport you back in time.
Before going to Rome, get to know the city’s diverse neighbourhoods, each with its own vibe and allure. Most will only visit Ancient Rome and the Centro Storico, the historic heart of Rome and home to the Colosseum and Pantheon. But if you are going to Rome, please venture beyond these two as there is much to discover. Here are a few of my favourites.
Monti, a hip and trendy district, is filled with narrow streets lined with boutiques, cozy cafes, and lively bars, creating an artsy, boho atmosphere. Esquilino, with its multicultural influences, blends cultures and cuisines, offering a unique experience. The elegant Prati and Borgo near Vatican City have some of the best restaurants and an authentic atmosphere. Then there are the Jewish Ghetto and Trastevere, a bohemian enclave, beckons you with its cobblestone streets and colourful facades, where you can immerse yourself in the local charm and enjoy delicious Roman cuisine.
And, lastly, off the beaten path is Quartiere Coppedè, a hidden gem that transports you to a whimsical world of architectural marvels. Visit here and you’ll forget you’re in Rome.
17. Parks and Gardens
When you need a break from Rome’s bustling streets, the city’s parks and gardens offer a tranquil oasis. The Villa Borghese Gardens, a famous gem in the heart of the city, offers lush greenery from its tall pine umbrella trees, a small lake and hidden paths that lead to breathtaking viewpoints. Here, you can rent bikes or scooters or take a leisurely stroll. Many local families come here on the weekend to enjoy a picnic.
Like most popular destinations Rome has a botanical garden, the Orto Botanico, home to an incredible variety of plant species. Nearby are two of my favourites – Villa Sciarra and Villa Doria Pamphili. I especially love the winding pathways that lead you to hidden places – whether it was a fountain, a viewpoint or an ancient statue.
And for a taste of the unexpected, seek out the hidden gem (outside the city of Rome) of Parco degli Acquedotti, where ancient aqueducts stand majestically against a backdrop of verdant fields.
18. Hidden Gems
When exploring Rome, it’s the hidden gems tucked away in unexpected places that make Rome worth visiting. To find them, you’ve got to be a little curious and let your itinerary go. There are a lot of non-touristy things to do that truly capture the essence of this city.
Take a stroll through the Trastevere neighbourhood and there are many tucked away around every corner. Just a stone’s throw away, Janiculum Hill rewards you with panoramic vistas of the city, providing the perfect spot to watch a golden sunset (or in my case, a pending storm!).
Step into the unassuming entrance of the Capuchin Crypt, and you’ll be greeted by a macabre yet fascinating sight—the bone-decorated chapels serving as a reminder of the fragility of life. For art enthusiasts seeking a lesser-known gem, the Doria Pamphilj Gallery awaits, housing a splendid collection of masterpieces in an opulent palace setting.
A few of my favourites can be found in Aventine Hill near the Colosseum. Aventine Hill offers amazing views of Rome from the Orange Garden (Giardino degli Aranci). An added bonus is the famous keyhole of the Knights of Malta, which frames a stunning view of the Vatican.
“While you have to see the Colosseum, my favourite part of a visit to Rome is the everyday magic. Turn any corner and you’ll find Roman ruins, word class gelato, friendly Pizzaiolos & more to discover.“Riana, Teaspoon of Adventure
The people of Rome are warm, passionate, and exude a zest for life. It makes people watching a whole lot more interesting.
Their gestures, animated conversations, and infectious laughter create such a jovial atmosphere that is both welcoming and infectious. Romans take pride in their city and readily share recommendations and a genuine love for all things Roman. How else do you think I learned all the secret places to go?!
Their love for good food, art, and enjoying the simple pleasures of life is contagious, making it easy to embrace the joie de vivre that is synonymous with Rome.
“I was wearing a pink dress and was casually greeted by Italians with Ciao Bella. I’m not going to lie. I was flattered and couldn’t help but smile.”Kamila of Expat in Canada
Rome is not only a city of ancient wonders, but it can also surprise you with its affordability as a travel destination. If you’re wondering about how expensive is Rome to visit you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the budget-friendly options available.
You can enjoy mouthwatering slices of pizza or grab a delicious panino from a local deli without breaking the bank. However, it’s important to note that dining customs in Rome differ from other places. When you sit down at a restaurant, you might notice that bread and water are placed on the table. While they may seem complimentary, be aware that they are not free. It’s always a good idea to check the menu for any additional charges.
Why should you visit Rome, well with the exception of a few of the iconic landmarks, most of what I have recommended is free!
21. The Language
The Italian language, spoken by the lively people of Rome, is as romantic as the city itself. The melodic cadence where every word feels like a serenade and expressive gestures bring the language to life, making it a joy to speak and listen to.
From the playful way Italians use their hands to emphasize their words to the charming phrases that roll off their tongues, Italian is one of those languages that I wish I could speak fluently.
If you haven’t already learned a few key greetings, practice with these:
- Hello! Ciao!
- Hi! Salve!
- Good morning. Buongiorno!
- Good afternoon. Buon pomeriggio!
- Good evening. Buonasera!
- How are you? Come stai? / Come sta?
- Nice to meet you. Piacere di conoscerti. / Piacere di conoscerla.
- Please. Per favore
- Thank you. Grazie.
- You’re welcome. Prego.
- Excuse me. Scusa. / Mi scusi.
- I would like… (formal) Vorrei…, for example, Vorrei un caffè, per favore
- I would like… (informal): Mi piacerebbe… for example, Mi piacerebbe un caffè, per favore
When it comes to safety, Rome is generally considered a safe city for travellers, including solo female travellers like me. While it’s always important to exercise caution and be aware of your surroundings, Rome is considered relatively safe, even at night.
In most areas of the city, you can confidently explore and enjoy the vibrant nightlife without encountering major issues. Like any popular tourist destination, it’s wise to take typical precautions such as keeping an eye on your belongings and avoiding isolated or poorly lit areas. Always trust your gut.
Rome is a highly walkable city, inviting you to explore its charming streets and discover hidden gems at every turn. Many of the city’s iconic landmarks and attractions are within walking distance of each other.
However, when you need to cover longer distances or navigate to different neighbourhoods, Rome also offers a reliable public transportation system. The metro and buses provide convenient options for getting around the city efficiently. I used both extensively without any issues.
Rome offers a Mediterranean climate that is generally pleasant throughout the year making this a destination that is worth visiting in any season.
The best time to visit Rome largely depends on your personal preferences and the type of experience you’re seeking. Spring (late March to June) and fall (September to November) are typically considered ideal times to visit, as the weather is mild and comfortable, with fewer crowds compared to the peak tourist season.
Be aware that summers (June to August) can be hot and much more crowded. Winters (December to February) are mild, with occasional rain and cooler temperatures, making it a quieter time to explore the city’s attractions.
25. Gateway to the Rest of Italy
Rome serves as the perfect gateway to the rest of Italy, offering easy access to a multitude of beautiful destinations. From Rome, you can embark on exciting day trips or plan longer excursions to explore the country’s diverse regions.
Further north, the charming canals of Venice and the picturesque Tuscan countryside with its vineyards and rolling hills and hilltop towns await your exploration. Don’t forget about the breathtaking coastline of Cinque Terre.
To the south, the breathtaking Amalfi Coast with its scenic cliffside villages, such as Positano and Ravello, beckons. Further south, the rugged beauty of Sicily with its ancient ruins and the enchanting island of Capri awaits with its stunning Blue Grotto and Mediterranean charm.
Visit to Rome: Know Before You Go
While Rome is a remarkable city with much to offer, it’s important to be aware of some potential drawbacks that come with visiting this very busy city. One of the challenges you might encounter is the high volume of tourists, even more so during the peak seasons, which can lead to long lines and crowded attractions.
The city itself is loud and busy, particularly around popular landmarks. It’s also worth noting that Rome, like any major city, has its share of areas that may be perceived as less safe at night. And, in many areas of the city, it’s dirty with graffiti and overflowing garbage.
You might be asking yourself what not to do in Rome, and my best advice is to carefully plan your trip. That means taking advantage of skip-the-line entry tickets to all sought-after top sites.
Despite those setbacks, I shared 25 incredible reasons why Rome is worth visiting. With so many amazing things to do in Rome, don’t let these potential drawbacks overshadow this bucket list-worthy destination!
Rome Travel Planning Guide
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100% YES! Unless you already have insurance. If not, when travelling isn’t it worth peace of mind in case anything happens on your trip? I recommend SafetyWing – starting at just $1.50 USD a day!
🚙Should I rent a car in Rome?
No — a car will not be necessary to experience the city. If you are planning a road trip outside of major cities, then yes you’ll need to rent a car. Depending on your itinerary, travelling by train is easy, efficient and enjoyable to visit many destinations like Florence or Venice.
🏨What’s the best way to book my accommodations in Rome?
🎟️What’s the best way to book excursions in Rome?
I always used Get Your Guide. Not only do they offer top-rated experiences, but they also offer a free cancellation policy and the most competitive rates out there.
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I’ve got you covered! Check out my Europe travel page where you can find all of my travel content for Italy. I’ve travelled to Italy twice and have visited many places like Venice, Florence, Cinque Terre and so many small towns in Tuscany.
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FAQ: Why Visit Rome
Is Rome worth visiting?
Yes, Rome is worth visiting. Rome is a city filled with iconic landmarks, such as the Colosseum, the Pantheon and some beautiful fountains and piazzas.
What can I see in Rome?
Rome is brimming with attractions, including ancient ruins like the Roman Forum, Renaissance art in the Vatican Museums, and architectural wonders like the Pantheon. Don’t miss the charming streets of Trastevere or the breathtaking views from the Spanish Steps.
Why is Rome so popular with tourists?
Rome is so popular with tourists due to its iconic landmarks, especially those that have a long history, as is the Roman way of life and delicious cuisine.
Is Rome expensive to visit?
Rome can be expensive, but budget-friendly options are available. Choose affordable accommodations, eat at local places, and take advantage of free attractions.
How many days to visit Rome?
Ideally, spend at least 3 to 4 days in Rome, allowing time to visit the must-see attractions like the Vatican and Colosseum in the historic centre.
Does Rome have a vibrant nightlife?
Yes, Rome offers a vibrant nightlife scene with a plethora of bars, clubs, and restaurants. From trendy areas like Trastevere to lively piazzas, you can enjoy a memorable night out in the city.
As a Holidaymaker
Rome is a city that truly has it all. From ancient history and architecture to delicious food and wine, there are countless reasons why you should visit Rome. Whether you’re exploring the Colosseum or indulging in some authentic gelato, this Italian capital city offers something for everyone. When you think of the pros and cons of visiting Rome – it really is an easy decision.
So why not book your trip today? You won’t regret it!