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Saint Peter's Basilica of the Vatican in Rome in Italy
Saint Peter's Basilica
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COVID Museums and Churches in Rome Reservations Required
Prior bookings are mandatory or advised to meet COVID security standards.

Skip-the-line and Pass tickets are considered bookings and guarantee entry.

The number of entries is limited per day. So even if you line up at the ticket office (attention many are closed like for example the Colosseum and buying online is the only option), you will not be sure to be able to enter the same day or the next day.

It would probably take a lifetime to discover all the treasures of Rome, a unique, exceptional city, with roots that plunge into antiquity and its greatness in the time of the Roman Empire, even into eternity with the Vatican and the extraordinary St. Peter's Basilica.

Colosseum Arena, Flavian Amphitheatre in Rome in Italy
Colosseum Arena in Rome
Rome is also water with dozens of squares and fountains, places to meet the Romans, places of life. You will definitely fall under the spell of Rome.

But where to start?

In our “Visit Rome” page, we have summarized for you everything you need to see and do.

Given the impressive number of monuments, museums and churches in Rome, we organized them in five main chapters:

The Vatican Museums with the Sistine Chapel, St. Peter's Square.
Ancient Rome with the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and museums.
Museums and Roman palaces.
Roman churches and basilicas.
The squares and their fountains, but also the bridges of Rome.

But all this makes it hungry and we have grouped our favourite addresses in our restaurants page.

After resuming some strength after a good meal, you can also finish the evening at the concert or opera.

Finally, you will also find a section “Useful” with transport (plane, metro, bus, train, luggage storage, taxi, parking, bike...), weather and our shopping addresses.

Rome : Wikipedia | Lonely Planet | Italia | Commune |


Rome : Wikipedia | Lonely Planet | Italia | Commune |

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