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first_img Related10 best cheap hotels and hostels in RomePlanning a cheap city break in Rome? Whether you’re looking for hotels near the Colosseum or a hostel close to the Trevi fountain, the ideal accommodation in Rome doesn’t need to break the bank. Here are some brilliant budget options for those of you looking for cheap hotels in Italy’s…12 of the best restaurants in RomeOur pick of 12 of the best trattorias, gelaterias and pizzerias in Rome. Buon appetito!Top 10 free things to do in RomePlanning a Roman Holiday? Here’s our top tips on what to do, without paying princess prices. A city that doesn’t need to try hard to impress, Rome’s history, vibrance and energy continues to draw tourists from around the world.Name: Brian (Skyscanner user)Why Rome?Good question. What have the Romans ever done for us? Apart from the sanitation, roads, etc. Well, they built a nice Colosseum. And the Roman Forum. And the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, St Peter’s Basilica, the Sistine Chapel and, and… well Rome doesn’t have to try too hard to impress.It’s the ultimate been there, done that city. Rome has seen it all come and go. Gladiators and gods, emperors and slaves, philosophers and architects, and, of course, tourists and more tourists, so you might want to think about visiting outside peak season.Rome is anything and everything you want it to be, whether you want to steep yourself in the centuries of Rome’s past, follow in the footsteps of Tom Hanks on the trail of angels and demons, or flirt with a handsome stranger like Audrey Hepburn on your Roman holiday. It’s easy to get swept away by Rome’s history, but you will be blown away by the vibrance and glorious energy of this most modern of European capitals.EatEating and drinking is a spectator sport in Rome. The Piazza Navona is the nicest square in Europe to have lunch. Then have dinner in the Piazza Campo de Fiori which is very lively at night. Go for coffee in the ice cream shop next to the Trevi Fountain which does the best cappuccinos in the world. And have a drink in one of the bars around the Piazza del Popolo. Apart from St Peter’s Square this is probably the grandest square in Rome. But you don’t really need to plan it all too much. Just wander around and stop regularly for coffee and wine and to watch the Romans take their evening walk dressed up in their finery.Don’t MissClimb the Spanish steps at sunset for the view over Rome and St Peters. Follow the ancient monument trail through ancient Rome. Visit the Trevi Fountain at night when it is all lit up.Do MissThe traffic. Not much has changed since Ben Hur’s day when it comes to careful driving.Top TipIf it all gets too much and you want to get away from the traffic and the noise, a wander around the gardens of the Villa Borghese is the perfect escape.Find cheap flights to RomeRead more Staff FavouritesReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img read more