Discover Rome, the most romantic capital of Europe
Known to many as the "eternal city", the Italian capital is one of the most historic cities in Europe with a charming cultural wealth that guarantees to impress you. Visitors from all over the world travel to see up close the Temple of the Gladiators, the amphitheater of the Colosseum that has the ability to transport you to another Roman era.
Wander the cobbled streets smelling of freshly brewed coffee, get to know Piazza Venezia, the cosmopolitan Piazza di Spagna, and head to Piazza Rotonda where you will find the Pantheon, the iconic temple of all the gods.
Take a walk in the baroque fountain Fontana di Trevi, a pole of attraction for every visitor to Rome, and make a wish under the marble statue of the water god, Poseidon.
Of course, you can not travel to the Italian capital and not arrange a visit to the independent Vatican City State. Take a tour of St. Peter's Basilica and let your eyes explore this Roman Catholic treasure.
When the sun starts to set, head to the Tiber River and enjoy a wonderful sunset setting that will give you moments of romance and relaxation.
Discover a gastronomic paradise
Famous all over the world, Italian cuisine hides many surprises for lovers of good food. Start by exploring the great tradition of Italian cheeses and cold cuts with aromas from all over the Mediterranean. Try the famous Italian pizza, and do not forget to leave some space for a traditional calzone or a spaghetti with fresh ingredients. Of course you can not miss an Italian gelato (ice cream) or a fluffy tiramisu that will be unforgettable.
The best season to visit Rome
Rome is a destination that you can visit all months of the year. However the weather is more favorable in the spring, summer and autumn months from March to October.
How to move around Rome
Transfer from/to Rome
The easiest way to travel to Rome is by air. Rome is served by 2 airports, Fiumicino and Ciampino, 40 km from the capital. You can find cheap airline tickets all year round from Thessaloniki but also from Athens.
Rome has an organized transport system consisting of bus, overground railway, tram and metro that serve all areas of the city. Tickets for the means are single and their price is 1.50 euros for unlimited travel within 70 minutes. There are many options such as the daily ticket (6 euros) for your convenience.