Frequently asked Questions and Answers

The short answer is 1 week.

But if you have limited – give yourself at least 4 days to see the major attractions.

Here is a list of most attractive sites in Rome:

  • Vatican City

  • The Colosseum

  • The Pantheon

  • Roman Forum

  • Trevi Fountain

  • The Spanish Steps

  • The Catacombs and Via Appia Antica

  • Piazza Navona

  • Palatine Hill

  • Borghese Gallery and Gardens

  • Baths of Caracalla

  • Roman Forum

  • Trevi Fountain

  • The Spanish Steps

  • The Catacombs and Via Appia Antica

  • Palatine Hill

  • Borghese Gallery and Gardens

  •  Baths of Caracalla

The most popular locations in Rome are:

  • Colosseum
  • Vatican City (St. Peters Basilica, Vatican Museums, Sistine chapel)
  • Pantheon of Rome

In order to save time, we suggest you choose a package that takes you to multiple locations. Here is our recommendation for you:

Fiumicino Airport is 19 miles from Rome. From there you can take the train or hire a cab which is a more expensive option but comfortable.

If you want to avoid the stress of carrying around bags and looking for transport – you can book one of Romantrips affordable and comfortable transportation packages:

Rome is filled with good places to eat Italian food. So if you wanna eat normally – find a nearby place. You are can use google maps, uber eats, etc to find food/restaurants.

By the way, if you are a foodie or if you want to eat real Italian food – check out these food tours:

Italy is ranked 34th out of 162 on the ranking of the safety – so yes, it is pretty safe. Rome is safe even for women traveling alone.

However, Rome has pickpockets and lots of scams taking advantage of tourists. So be careful and buy tickets from reliable and licensed tour providers or local authorities.

The best way to skip the line is to book tickets online. Now you can book a single person tour or a guided tour. But if you want to get the most out of your time – we recommend you take the guided tour.

If you choose to buy tickets physically – we suggest you bring an umbrella, water and little something to eat. That is because the ticket line can 3 hours long.

By the way, Romantrips provides multiple skip-the-line tours for both colosseum and Vatican city. Check these out now:

Visiting the Vatican or colosseum can easily take your whole day. At a minimum, you will be very tired from the serious amount of walking on these tours.

If you still want to go somewhere – don’t walk and take a night trip. Here are a number of tours you can take: