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Rome, the "Eternal City," is a living museum where ancient history and contemporary life intertwine. Step back in time at the Colosseum, once the stage for gladiatorial battles, or explore the Roman Forum, the heart of the ancient empire. Marvel at Renaissance masterpieces in the Vatican Museums, or toss a coin into the Trevi Fountain for good luck. Beyond historical sites, Rome offers vibrant piazzas teeming with street performers, delicious regional cuisine from trattorias to Michelin-starred restaurants, and charming neighbourhoods waiting to be discovered. Whether seeking historical immersion, artistic exploration, or a taste of modern Italian life, Rome provides a captivating and diverse travel experience.

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Airports near Rome

Reach Rome your way. You can easily travel to Rome using any of these 4 airports.

Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport

This is the main international airport in Rome and is located about 30 kilometres southwest of the city centre. It is well-connected to major cities around the world and offers a wide range of domestic and international flights.


Ciampino-G.B. Pastine International Airport

Situated approximately 15 kilometres southeast of Rome, Ciampino Airport is another option for travellers. It mainly serves low-cost airlines and charter flights, offering connections to various European destinations.


Naples International Airport

If you prefer a more regional airport, Naples International Airport is a viable option. It is located around 220 kilometres south of Rome and offers domestic and international flights. From Naples, you can easily reach Rome by train or by renting a car.


Florence Airport

Although not as close as the previous options, Florence Airport is still within a reasonable driving distance from Rome. It is situated approximately 280 kilometres northwest of Rome and offers domestic and international flights. From Florence, you can take a train or rent a car to reach Rome.

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Things to do in Rome

With a wealth of sights to see in Rome, here are our top 3:

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The Colosseum

Experience the grandeur of the Roman Empire at the Colosseum. This iconic symbol of Rome is the largest amphitheatre ever built and was once the stage for gladiatorial contests, public spectacles, and historical dramas. Its imposing structure and rich history will captivate your imagination, transporting you to a time of emperors and gladiators. Don't miss the chance to stand where Rome's citizens once gathered for infamous spectacles.

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The Vatican City

Explore the Vatican City, a treasure trove of art, history, and religion. Marvel at Michelangelo's frescoes in the Sistine Chapel, explore the Vatican Museums, and admire the grandeur of St. Peter's Basilica. Discover the heart of Catholicism in this artistic and religious haven.

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The Roman Forum

Unearth the secrets of ancient Rome at the Roman Forum, once the hub of political, commercial, and judicial life in the city. Wander through the ruins of once-magnificent temples, arches, and government buildings, and imagine the bustling life that once filled this central square. The Roman Forum is a testament to Rome's rich history and a must-visit for any history enthusiast.

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