Cities in Italy

What to do in Rome?

Discover the magic of Rome with these top 5 activities and the top 5 free activities that you shouldn't miss during your visit to the Eternal City.

Vatican Museum & Sistine Chapel

Travel back in time and visit one of the most important museums in the world: the Vatican Museum and the Sistine Chapel. With your guide, you'll also have skip-the-line access to all sites.

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Colosseum with Gladiator Arena Access

Join a guided walking tour and gain exclusive access to the Colosseum's arena to discover the wonders of ancient Roman games. Enjoy the ground level of the Colosseum and the second tier.

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Colosseum, Palatine Hill & Roman Forum

Explore the Colosseum in Rome on a guided tour. Experience Rome's gladiator history on a flexible schedule, with skip-the-line privileges.

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Colosseum, Roman Forum & Palatine Tour

Enjoy exclusive priority access to the Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Palatine on a guided tour. Walk in the footsteps of gladiators and emperors as you travel back to the era of ancient Rome.

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Pasta and Tiramisu Cooking Class

Make your own Roman pasta and tiramisu during a cooking class in the heart of the Italian capital. Join Chef Alfons as you follow beloved homemade recipes and savor your creation with a glass of wine.

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Sights you can visit for free.

In Rome, you have many different sights that you can visit for free, below are the top 5.


  1. Pantheon The Pantheon, a 2000-year-old temple now serving as a church, is the best-preserved monument of ancient Rome. It's a unique and exciting experience to enter the massive bronze doors of the Pantheon and look up at the largest unreinforced concrete dome ever built. Visiting the Pantheon should be on everyone's Rome bucket list, not only to be reminded that before it became the seat of Catholic power, Rome honored other gods.

  2. St. Peter's Basilica The largest, richest, and most spectacular basilica in the city overshadows all other churches and is completely free to enter. St. Peter's Basilica houses three of Italy's most celebrated masterpieces: Michelangelo's Pieta, his towering dome, and Bernini's 29-meter-high baldachin above the papal altar.

  3. Piazza Navona Piazza Navona is most enticing in the early morning before the crowd arrives or after dark when the fountains, like Bernini's iconic Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi, are illuminated. Or even better, be there when it's bustling to watch the street performers and tourists and linger until dusk.

  4. Spanish Steps People may no longer sit on the Spanish Steps, but you can still climb them. At the top of the city's most famous staircase is the Chiesa della Trinità dei Monti. Go inside and admire spectacular artworks, including frescoes, an astrolabe, and a pair of anamorphoses - murals that seem to change completely depending on where you stand.

  5. Trevi Fountain The beautiful, over-the-top, rococo Trevi Fountain displays wild horses, mythical figures, and cascading waterfalls. It's a memorable sight at any time of day, but especially enchanting after dark when it's fully illuminated. According to legend, tossing a coin into the Trevi Fountain ensures you'll return to Rome, making it a tourist ritual.