Essential advice for the Eternal City: insider tips from locals so you can maximize your vacation and spend more time enjoying Rome.
The whole of Italy is now in “white” Covid status. Travel is permitted freely throughout the country, and restrictions for incoming Americans and Australians have been significantly relaxed. See if you can travel to Rome now >
Everything in Rome is now open though tickets for museums and other sites must be booked in advance >
There is no curfew. Masks do not need to be worn outdoors if distant from others, when exercising, or anywhere if eating or drinking. However entry to many indoor spaces is dependent on having a ‘Green Pass‘. What you need to know about the Green Pass >
How to get tested for Covid-19, and how to get a Covid-19 test certificate in English for international travel.
Spend more time enjoying Rome and less time lining up.
A guide to all the little things, to save you precious time.
Navigate the city like a local – fast and inexpensive.
Browse all the amazing things to see and do in Rome.
Find the best food and drink at every meal.
A review of Rome’s neighborhoods and hidden gem eateries.
See another side of Rome. Avoid the stereotypes.
Get peace of mind so you can enjoy your vacation more.
Incredible self-led and guided walks around the city.
Anyone who told you Rome’s expensive doesn’t know the city. Enjoy Rome like a local for next to nothing.
Notorious for having been Il Duce’s residence for nearly 20 years, this park is an eccentric masterpiece rarely visited by tourists.
In a country where many businesses are cash-only, the continual lack of small change is perplexing. We find out why.
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Because of Covid-19 precautions, you now have to
buy tickets in advance to visit attractions in Rome.
Buy your tickets now to avoid disappointment.