Some people dream of living in Rome, others must be satisfied with just visiting the Eternal City. How do you find out what to see in Rome and accomodation in Rome?
The best place for some readers is to hear what others have to say, by visiting TripAdvisor and getting honest comments from travelers who are just back from their trips. For instance, when is the best time to visit the colisseum? Or what time can you expect to visit the Vatican and maybe, just maybe, catch a glimpse of the wonderful new pope?
When it comes to locomotion, there are few ways that are cheaper and healthier than the old classic: walking. Pack a pair of comfortable shoes and you’ll find that despite its size, Rome is an extremely walkable city.
Weekend in Italy offers four walking tours: the Vatican excursion, tour of the Vatican gardens, visit to the Vatican museums and the Sistine Chapel, and a historical walk to the Colosseum and the Roman Forum.
For these questions rely on others who have been there, for instance there is a very useful forum for all of your questions about Rome .
There are nearly 65,000 topics, from tours to sites to accomodations in Rome. Every question you can think of has most likely already been answered!
It’s also useful to browse websites to find stories about Rome, to give you perspective and perhaps provide some ideas about places to see. GoNOMAD has dozens of stories about Rome, and lots of photos to make it all come alive.