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Rome weekends and short breaks 2020

Rome holidays 2020 will introduce you to Europe’s most gloriously cinematic city, spectacularly beautiful and humming with life. Audrey Hepburn whizzed around it on a scooter in Roman Holiday and Anita Ekberg waded seductively in the Trevi Fountain in La Dolce Vita. 

With such an extraordinary backdrop – ancient monuments, extravagant Baroque palaces, cobbled streets and pavement cafés – it’s easy to feel like you’re starring in your own movie.

What type of holiday does Rome offer?

While Rome’s long history is evident at every turn, this is no museum city living on its past, but a restless, exciting and thoroughly contemporary capital that is constantly reinventing itself.

You can’t help but have respect for the magnitude of Rome with regards to European history. To really feel how monumental it is, make sure you visit the Colosseum, the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel, and the Pantheon. Rome is a destination where a rich cultural history and gobsmacking architecture are never more than a few steps away.

This Italian city is also a popular destination for couples; visit the Trevi Fountain and more than likely, you’ll see a marriage proposal in action. Climb to the top of the Complesso del Vittoriano to see a stunning view of the entire city centre - do it at sunset to see Rome in all its shimmering glory.

Rome is great for:  

  • City breaks - Fancy a long weekend to unwind and explore? Rome is one of the most popular city breaks in Europe and is a great option if you are looking for a bit of summer sun.
  • Cheap holidays - It’s perfectly reasonable to nip to Rome for the weekend due to the short flight time from most of Europe; ideal if you’re looking for a cheap and romantic couple’s holiday. 

Rome at a glance

Top city attractions

Spoilt for choice: Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Roman Forum, Pantheon!

Sample the local food

Enjoy romantic al fresco dining and thin, crispy pizza

Try the local wine

Rome is filled with wine bars showcasing the best of Italy's vineyards

Sample the cafe culture

Start your day with a strong espresso & try a frothy Italian cappuccino

Cultural hotspot not to miss

Vatican City for its stunning museums & glorious St Peter's Basilica

Famous square

Head to buzzing Piazza Navona for a taste of Roman life

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Things to do in Rome

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Things to do in Rome

Things to do in Rome

Rome weekend breaks are perfect to keep busy and discover new sights. It’s impossible to miss Rome’s biggest attractions dotted around the city:

  • The Colosseum - built two thousand years ago, it was the largest amphitheatre in the entire Roman Empire and survives staggeringly intact. The scene of gladiatorial combats, public executions and even mock sea battles, it could accommodate 80,000 spectators.
  • Stadio Olimpico - home to local football teams AS Roma and SS Lazio. Rome wasn’t just the epicentre of the ancient world; it would become the heart of Christendom.
  • Borghese Gallery and MAXXI Museum of Contemporary Art - culture vultures will have plenty more to get their teeth into during a city break in Rome, from superb museums to extravagant Baroque palaces and squares and, of course, the most impressive collection of ancient Roman monuments anywhere. 
  • River Tiber - Raft down River Tiber or ride a horse along the Appian Way. If you’re looking for an adrenaline rush, you can even parachute over the coast just south of the city, or get a birds-eye-view of Rome’s stunning skyline from a helicopter. Your holiday in Rome is sure to be thrilling!
Visit Vatican City

Visit Vatican City

During your city break in Rome, you're going to visit the Vatican City – you know it, it just has to be done! Just make sure you book your tickets in advance as all other visitors to the city have the same idea as you. So, avoid the long queues and make sure you definitely get in by planning your visit beforehand. There are a number of sights in Vatican City as well as being the home to the Roman Catholic Church and the Pope. Vatican City is the world’s smallest country and is full of beautiful religious buildings, wonderful galleries and museums. Whilst in Vatican City, visit the site of ‘The Last Judgement’, a classic piece by famous Italian artist Michelangelo. This vast artwork can be found in the Sistine Chapel on the alter wall.  

Top things to do in Vatican City include:

  • St. Peter's Basilica
  • Vatican Museums
  • Sistine Chapel
  • St. Peter's Square
  • Castel Sant'Angelo
  • Apostolic Palace
  • Gardens of Vatican City
  • The Last Judgement

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Rome weather

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Your Rome questions answered

How many days should I stay in Rome?

There’s a lot to see and do in Rome, but if you’re thinking about a short break to the city, 2-3 days should be a good length to stay in Rome. If you are stuck for time, find out how to explore Rome in 48 hours.

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