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Cheap flights and Cheap Holidays to Rome

Also called the Eternal City, the capital of Italy, Rome - one of the oldest cities in the world, a mix of captivating ancient ruins, art and an atmosphere full of energy.

What to visit in Rome


This amphitheater is the emblem of the city. In ancient times, it was used as an arena for gladiators and for other public events or theatrical performances or various hunting expeditions.

The Colosseum, together with the Roman Forum and the Arch of Constantine, form a fairly compact tourist area, which is ideal for those who want to spend a complete Roman holiday in the capital of Italy.


It was the largest dome in the world until the modern era, it has been called the only architecturally perfect building in the world, and is the best preserved monument from the times of Imperial Rome.

A masterpiece with impressive architectural details. Inside there are numerous tombs of Italian kings, including the Renaissance painter Raphael, but also many other works of art.

Trevi Fountain

The most beautiful artesian fountain in Rome. Legend says that if you toss a coin into the Trevi Fountain you will return to Rome, if you toss two you will end up living in Rome, and if you toss three coins you will find love here. This coin must be tossed over the shoulder with your back to the fountain.

St. Peter's Square and St. Peter's Basilica

St. Peter's Basilica is one of the largest churches in the world and the place where the Pope holds numerous services throughout the year. Inside you will be able to see impressive pieces of art, and from above you can admire the fascinating view of St. Peter's Square.

In the center of the square is an ancient Egyptian obelisk, which together with the crucifix at the top, reaches almost 40 meters in height.

The Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel

The Vatican Museums represent one of the most complex objectives to visit. They are among the largest museums in the world, where you can find 30 separate collections, housed in 1400 rooms.

The Sistine Chapel is one of the greatest treasures of the Vatican, of Rome, and of the whole world. It is known for the frescoes that cover the entire walls and ceiling, to which artists such as Botticelli, Perugino, Luca and Michelangelo contributed.

Trastevere district in Rome

The Trastevere neighborhood is a picturesque neighborhood with a special charm. Here everything exudes a typical Italian atmosphere with narrow cobbled streets, buildings full of flowers and plants.

Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona, one of the most beautiful squares in Rome, the most visited and photographed. It has many attractions, from fountains (Fontana del Moro, Fontana del Nettuno, Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi), palaces (Palazzo Pamphili, Palazzo Braschi (houses Museo di Roma), Palazzo de Cupis, Palazzo Torres Massimo Lancellotti) to churches (Church of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Church of Sant'Agnese in Agone).


Italian cuisine is known for its aromatic, simple and extremely tasty dishes.

Supli is a snack that you will find on almost every street corner. Supli is prepared from fried rice, mixed with ragu and mozzarella.

Pizza al taglio is another delicious dish that you can find in Rome. It is cooked in large trays, along with various toppings.

Among the pasta dishes, try rigatoni carbonara.

Saltimbocca alla Romana is prepared from veal, prosciutto crudo, fresh sage, marinated in white wine.

Among the drinks, you should try limocello, prosecco or bellini - a pink drink with prosecco, peach juice and a little cherry juice.