One Week In Rome

7 Days in Rome ItineraryGreetings from One Week in Rome!

Thrilled?

You should, as there is a lot to explore.

We are excited to share with you our best insider tips to spend One Week in Rome.

In this article we introduce you to all the information about Rome and the unique experiences that the city offers.

Our full guide covers:

  1. Basic Introduction
  2. Where to stay in Rome
  3. How to get around
  4. What to see in Rome
  5. Things to do in Rome
  6. Tickets you have to buy before – must read
  7. Food and Restaurants
  8. Day Trips from Rome
  9. Itinerary for Rome
  10. Packing List
  11. City Map

Do you want to see Rome in 1 day?  Then you have to join a complete tour. The best tour to see Rome in one day is by Walks of Italy.

The tour includes the Vatican and its Sistine Chapel, the St. Peter’s Basilica, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain and of course the majestic Colosseum.

You will have privileged express entrances to the sights, free homemade gelato and a great guide with you. All that in a group of 15 people or less!

Find more information on Rome in 1 day here.

Rome, the eternal city.

It is one of the most popular spots in Europe and world wide.

Known for its pizza, and pasta. There is also a must do thing while in Rome: taste their coffee.

There is no place in the world with more options about ordering a coffee. Have a look at the video below and when in Rome, find your favorite way to taste your Italian coffee.

Joking aside, here are all articles for 7 days in Rome – or just 2-3 days.

Colosseum and our recommended Tour to Skip the Line at Colosseum in Rome

1. Basic Introduction

We want to start with a simple intro to the things you need to know before coming to Rome.

Currency: EUR (€)

Language Spoken: Italian

Population: 2.8 Million

Known for: History, the majestic Colosseum, Pantheon, Architecture, and culinary scene.

Best time to visit: The summer months are very hot to wander around Rome. Rome is like a live museum, so you will be walking a lot. We recommend going in Spring time (avoiding Easter if you are not interested in religious ceremonies) and September or October. In November it is not cold, but there is normally lot of rain.

Accommodation: You can find all sorts of accommodations in Rome: from budget to luxury options.

Bear in mind, many hotels consist of  just one floor in a building. That building can be shared with other hotels as well as offices, Airbnbs…

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