Rome is a famous city full of fascinating landmarks and history.

Rome is a large city with lots to see, but don’t worry, you will get to see many iconic landmarks while spending one day in Rome. You can explore the city at your own pace or embark on a tour to be shown the city highlights. Find out what to see in the city and which tours may be best for you!

What to see

The Roman Forum

The Roman Forum is a historic place filled with ancient ruins. It once played an important role as a central venue for gladiator matches, public speeches, and elections. Today, you can see the remains of columns that were once part of the Roman Forum.

The Colosseum

The Colosseum is another historic site that played a significant role in Rome’s history. It used to be a location for things like gladiator combat. The famous landmark is a must while visiting Rome.

The Vatican

You can visit the Vatican for free and walk around St. Peter’s Square and St. Peter’s Basilica for free. The Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museums are also popular attractions in the Vatican and cost around 15 Euros to enter.

The Pantheon

The Pantheon dates back to AD 609. The former Roman temple is one of the best-preserved monuments. It had originally been built as a temple for the Gods and later became a burial ground for kings and artists.

Trevi Fountain

The Trevi Fountain was built in the 18th century. It played a significant role in providing natural spring water to the city. Today, many people visit the iconic landmark and throw coins into the fountain to find love.

Spanish Steps

When visiting the Spanish Steps, you can often hear live music and find other visitors sitting on the steps. The steps are a great place to take in the lively atmosphere or enjoy a delicious gelato.

Rome tours

Whether you have the entire day to explore or just the morning or afternoon, we offer a variety of tours to explore Rome!

We have a morning tour of the Colosseum and a morning tour of the Vatican. Each of these tours includes skip the line tickets and is only two or three hours long. They both introduce you to the highlights of each location while allowing for plenty of time to get to your next destination in the afternoon.

If your morning is busy, or if you are arriving in Rome later in the day, consider an afternoon Vatican tour. This tour also includes skip the line tickets and a local guide. It’s a great way to get a glimpse of the Vatican and the Sistine Chapel.

Finally, if you have the whole day to explore the city, our day tour of Rome will show you all of the city highlights. You will get to explore the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Vatican museums, and more. A local guide will provide expert insight along the way. You will also get to enter each location without waiting in line!

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