Recommended Experiences in Rome

What People are Saying

We only had a few days in Rome, so we booked Rome-in-a-Day to see as many sights as we could. Our guide, Gigi, was DELIGHTFUL. Very knowledgeable, warm, engaging, and very funny. He made the historical sights come alive with his descriptions of significant historical events along the way. I highly recommend this tour to any who want to see as much of Rome as possible in a day! - Christine Salazar
We did the Tour of the Colosseum, Palatine Hill and Forum and it was incredible. Our guide, Ilaria, was very knowledgeable and kind and she brought us back to the history of Rome and explained everything we needed to know. She was ready to answer questions and to go at our own pace. It was really good. I highly recommend it. - Luana Bossetti
Devour Tours are usually our go-to in a new city as they give the best overview of local history and local food/drink. This tour was no exception. We took the Trastevere food tour with Mattia and had an incredible time. He took us to great local places we never would have found on our own and gave us a fantastic tour of the history of Rome through food and drink. - Kyle Warf
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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the Vatican

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Frequently Asked Questions

Best things to do in Rome

If it is your first time visiting Rome, definitely be sure to do a couple guided tours! There are plenty of ancient ruins and historic sites to see in Rome, and a guide can help you make the most of your time. The Colosseum, Vatican City, and Pantheon are just a few of the must-see places in Rome. You should also make time to explore some of Rome’s great neighborhoods – each with its own unique atmosphere. Trastevere is a great place to start – it’s full of character and home to some excellent restaurants. When it comes to food, Rome definitely does not disappoint! There are so many amazing places to eat, from casual pizzerias to high-end restaurants. Be sure to try some traditional Roman dishes like carbonara and cacio e pepe. And of course, no visit to Rome would be complete without indulging in some gelato! If you’re looking for some shopping, the Via Condotti is a great place to start. This street is home to some of the most luxurious brands in the world.

What do I need to know before visiting Rome?

If you’re thinking of visiting Rome, there are a few things you should know before you go! Rome is a bustling city with a lot to see and do, so it’s important to be prepared before you arrive. Rome can be crowded, so be prepared for large crowds of people. It’s best to visit during the off-season if possible to avoid the worst of the crowds. Rome is full of historical sites and landmarks, so be sure to do your research before you go. There’s a lot to see, and it can be overwhelming if you don’t know what you’re looking for. It is highly recommended to book tours online ahead of time! That way you are all ready to go as soon as you land in Italy.