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Flights to Rome

Flights to Rome

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Flights to Rome

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Flights to Rome

Why visit Rome?

It’s called the Eternal City for a reason. This is one of Europe’s most vibrant capitals, in a vast archaeological playground dating back more than 2,500 years.

Local hotspot

La Città dell'Altra Economia, Rome’s former slaughterhouse, is now a space for vintage fairs, art shows and live music, as well as housing an organic supermarket and Michelin-starred restaurant.

You probably didn’t know

The Colosseum was originally known as the “Amphitheatrum Flavium” after the Flavian dynasty. Its nickname came about because of a colossal, gold-plated statue that used to stand next door.

Suggested reading about Rome

Five Quarters: Recipes and Notes from a Kitchen in Rome (Rachel Roddy, 2015)

Rome facts

  • Population: 2.8 million
  • Annual visitor numbers: 12 million
  • January mean temperature: 12°C
  • August mean temperature: 30°C

Things to do in Rome

Bir & Fud, Da Francesco and Porto Fluviale

When you travel to Rome, good pizza isn’t hard to find, but the best places get busy. Book a table at Bir & Fud in Trastevere, for Neapolitan-style deep-pan pizzas and great craft beers. Roman-style pizzas are thin-and-crispy, as found at Da Francesco by Piazza Navona or in the all-day industrial eatery Porto Fluviale near Testaccio.

Il Secchio e l’Olivaro 

Il Secchio e l’Olivaro’s glorious oversized pizzas are also offered gluten-free. There are two venues in Rome, in Ostiense and in Garbatella.


When you fly to Rome, go to Pizzarium, one of Rome’s most famous pizza-by-the-slice venues near the Vatican, is famed for unusual toppings, including scallop with tomato and chilli.

Da Enzo al 29 and Nonna Betta

Da Enzo al 29 in Trastevere offers Roman home-cooking at its best, while Nonna Betta in the ghetto does Roman with a Jewish twist.


Fine-dining restaurant Pierluigi near Campo de’ Fiori specialises in fish, although meat, vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free food is also on the menu.

Freni e Frizioni and Bar del Fico

Freni e Frizioni, fashioned from a former garage, is a popular Trastevere spot. A hip crowd takes over the cobbled piazza in front. And Bar del Fico by Piazza Navona sports a well-dressed crowd sipping cocktails.

Speakeasies and secret clubs

Secret clubs and speakeasies are the latest trend in Rome. Hidden bars have popped up:

  • Behind a freezer door in a sandwich shop in grungy Pigneto at Spirito.
  • Through a wardrobe in a restaurant by the Pantheon at Club Derriere.
  • Beyond a vintage telephone cabinet at The Corner Club on the Aventine. Here, dialling the right number gains you access.

Shari Vari

For a more conventional nightclub experience in Rome, Shari Vari near the Pantheon has a swanky upstairs restaurant to boot.


If you go to Rome in summer, visit pop-up venues along the river such as Gasometro also let clubbers dance under the stars.

Ai Tre Scalini

On warm nights, Rome’s bars and cafes spill out onto the streets. Stand under the trailing ivy outside Ai Tre Scalini in trendy Monti with a glass of wine, or sit at the bar to enjoy excellent bites and a cold beer until late.

Fly to Rome, visit Ai Tre Scallini.
Ai Tre Scallini in trendy Monti

Via del Corso

Rome has something for all ages and budgets. Via del Corso, in the city’s heart, features almost a kilometre of international high-street brands and Italian labels.

Via dei Condotti and Via del Babuino

Peeling off from this, Via dei Condotti and Via del Babuino go up-market with home-grown brands including Valentino, Bottega Veneta, Gucci and Prada, as well as Hermes, Christian Dior and Louis Vuitton.

Le Gallinelle

Staying in Rome, discover young designers in bohemian Monti fashion one-off pieces without the price-tag for the local hip crowd: check out Le Gallinelle.

Mercato Monti and Pifebo

Monti is also the place to find vintage in Rome. At the weekend there’s the Mercato Monti market, or Pifebo, where leather bags start at €15. If pre-loved is your thing, vintage stores proliferate along Via del Governo Vecchio.

Castel Romano

Dedicated label-lovers might want to visit Castel Romano, a Designer Outlet Village on the outskirts of Rome. Shuttle buses run regularly from the city centre.

Fly to Rome, visit Castel Romano.
Castel Romano on the outskirts of Rome

The Colosseum

The sightseeing options in Rome can be overwhelming, so the €12 ticket for the Colosseum is a good place to start. It also grants you entry to the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill, and can be used over two days.

The Vatican Museums

A visit to the Vatican Museums, a compendium of Western art history, culminates in Michelangelo’s masterpiece, the Sistine Chapel. Visitors to St Peter’s cathedral can also climb up inside the dome to enjoy breathtaking views.

The Trevi Fountain, Pantheon and Spanish Steps

Rome is, above all, an open-air museum, so many of its sights can be enjoyed while strolling with an ice-cream in hand. The Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, and Spanish Steps are all within a ten-minute walk of one other and flank one of Rome’s best shopping districts.

Piazza Navona and Campo de’ Fiori

After visiting Bernini and Borromini masterpieces in Piazza Navona, nearby Campo de’ Fiori offers a colourful local market and popular bars. Staying in Rome, cross the river to Trastevere for gold-encrusted churches, cute restaurants and views of washing strung over tiny cobbled streets.

Easter in Rome

Easter weekend in Rome kicks off with the Via Crucis ceremony on Good Friday, when the Pope leads a torchlit procession from the Colosseum to the Palatine, praying at the 14 Stations of the Cross along the way. The festival culminates with the great Easter Sunday service in St. Peter’s Square.

Events to look out for hwen you fly to Rome:

  • RBS Six Nations Rugby (February–March)
  • The Rome Marathon (March)
  • Italian Open Tennis (May)
  • Gay Pride (June)
  • Luglio Suona Bene Music Festival at Auditorium Parco della Musica (July)
  • Rome Film Festival (November)
Fly to Rome in July, experience the Luglio Suona Bene Music Festival.
Auditorium Parco della Musica

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