It is easy to understand why Rome is described as, ‘the world’s biggest open air museum’. From the second travellers set foot in Italy’s capital they are mesmerised by the art, fashion, history and architecture around every corner. It is effortless to explore this city as every step holds a new discovery.
With so much to see, the hardest thing to do in Rome is to take a step back, as visitors can all too easily get caught up in discovering attraction after attraction. Instead, take a day away from the sights and sit in a piazza, watch the world go by, and enjoy a slice of real Italian pizza.
Stop and become completely immersed in the beauty of Rome, as this will be the biggest treat of all.
Everything is in walking distance, so remember to bring a good pair of walking shoes.By Paula Paddick
A visit to the Vatican is well worth it, the Roman Forum, Colosseum and Trevi Fountain are also a must-see. These can all be seen in one day, but the longer you have there the better!By Paula Paddick
Ask your hotel for recommendations for restaurants as they can usually direct you to the less touristy (and less expensive) restaurantsBy Angharad Yates
You can get reduced price tickets for EU Citizens between the ages of 18 and 25 at some of the tourist sitesBy Angharad Yates
If you are going to go to the Forum, Palatine Hill and the Colosseum then you can buy a combined ticket. Go to the Palatine Hill entrance ticket kiosk to buy the ticket and start here first, as the queues are far shorter, the kiosk at the Colosseum has by far the longest queues, and you can then queue jump at the ColosseumBy Angharad Yates
Rome wasn't built in a day but it can definitely be walked in a day. Just don't forget to wear some comfortable shoes, have a lot of gelato and stop every once in a while to take it all in.By Nicole Alam
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