We’re the first to admit that while wonderful, Rome isn’t the easiest city in the world to explore… Luckily it’s one of the safer cities to visit in Europe. That said, it’s always good to be prepared, whether it’s your first visit or your fifteenth – so here are tips and advice from the locals about things to watch out for.
Much of Rome is closed during August, and even more is shut on Ferragosto, August 15th, for a national holiday. But don’t panic: here’s what to do.
Tourist traps charge high prices for poor food. In the short time you have in Rome, you don’t want to eat badly. Learn how to avoid wasting money in the traps, and eat like a local.
Once you learn how to use the Italian bathroom furniture you will become friends with it for life, and be a much fresher person too.
Romans take their health very seriously and there is a host of world-class medical treatment available in the city, from life-saving intervention to simple advice.
How to get tested for Covid-19, and how to get a Covid-19 test certificate in English for international travel.
In a country where many businesses are cash-only, the continual lack of small change is perplexing. We find out why.
Walking across the street in Rome can seem intimidating. Rome Vacation Tips shows you how to do it in safety.
Here are the new rules and restrictions around visiting the Vatican Museums to keep you safe.
Rome’s public transportation system is comprehensive and usually pretty convenient. There are, though, a few things you should be aware of when getting around the city. Here we tell you how to avoid some of the problems.