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What are Rome’s most famous landmarks and monuments?

The Colosseum

This is one of the most famous places in Europe and a must-see for visitors who book return flights to Rome. The Colosseum was built between AD 72 and 80 at a time when the Roman Empire was thriving. It was used for entertainment in the ancient days, such as gladiator combat, animal fights, and reenactments of famous battles. Earthquakes over the years have left the Colosseum in partial ruins, but it still looks much as it did during Ancient Rome. Visitors holidaying on flights to Rome can tour the Colosseum to see the amphitheatre seating and underground tunnels where gladiators waited before entering a fight.

St. Peter’s Basilica

St. Peter’s Basilica is a Renaissance-era church inside Vatican City. It’s an important symbol in Christianity and is a pilgrimage site for Christians from around the world. Several popes commissioned designs on St. Peter’s Basilica between 1506 and 1626 alongside famous Italian artists and architects including Michelangelo and Rafael. Don’t miss the opportunity to view the impressive dome, tiling work, and frescoes of St. Peter’s Basilica while visiting Italy on cheap flights to Rome. Before leaving the Vatican, take time to see the Sistine Chapel too.

The Roman Forum

The Roman Forum is another landmark that dates back to the Ancient Roman Empire. Romans began meeting in the Forum as early as 500 AD for important events, such as elections, religious ceremonies, and public speeches. The Roman Forum is largely in ruins, but there are some important landmarks to keep an eye out for while visiting with return flights to Rome. Things to see at the Forum include the Temple of Saturn, Senate House, Temple of Vesta, and the Arch of Titus.

Trevi Fountain

The elaborately designed Trevi Fountain is another must-see attraction for visitors holidaying on flights to Rome. The fountain itself wasn’t built until 1762, but the spot where it’s located has been significant since the Ancient Roman Empire. It was once the terminus of three viaducts and was Rome’s main water source for more than 400 years. Admire the impressive Baroque designs of the fountain and throw a coin over your shoulder into the Trevi Fountain. Legend has it this means you’ll return to Rome someday. 

 

What is the best way to get around Rome?

Make the most of local transport after your flights to Rome arrive. Catch the Leonardo Express Airport train, which travels from Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO) to Termini station in 30 minutes.

Many of Rome’s most famous landmarks are located fairly close together, making it possible to get around on foot. Public transport is also widely available to help you get from one spot to the next while holidaying on cheap flights to Rome.

The metro is the main form of transportation. It’s spread across three lines and 73 stations throughout the city and suburbs. Most popular attractions to visit in between return flights to Rome are located within reach of a metro station. Major metro stops include Termini, Colosseo, San Giovanni, and Flaminio.

Look into catching the tram or bus while visiting Italy on flights to Rome if you’re headed somewhere off the metro lines. There are six tram lines and more than 350 bus routes that branch out from the city centre to the suburbs. Most tram stops are in residential areas, but the tram also travels to the popular Trastevere neighbourhood right outside the centre. Chances are you’ll want to catch the tram if you look into Trastevere accommodation after booking airfare to Rome.

 

What should I pack for Rome?

Comfortable walking shoes are an essential when you book flights into Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO). You’re sure to do a lot of walking around Rome, and you’ll also come across many cobblestone streets. Pack lightweight clothing like shorts, t-shirts, sundresses, and comfortable sandals if you book tickets to Rome during the summer months. A cardigan or light jacket also comes in handy for the evenings. Pack plenty of layers when you book airfare to Rome in the spring or autumn months like jeans and jackets, but also short-sleeve tops for warm and sunny days. Winter cools down in Rome, so bring along pants, long-sleeve tops, a scarf, and a warm coat if you book cheap flights to Rome between December and February.

Don’t forget to pack a plug adapter so you can charge up your phone, camera, and other electronics. Both C and F power points are found across Italy, so bring an adapter that will work for both. Finally, there’s a higher chance of rain between October and April. Pack an umbrella if you book tickets to Rome during that time in case you get caught in the rain. 

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