Rome Italy travel guide – Tips for first-time visitors

Rome Italy travel guide - Tips for first-time visitors



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Rome is without doubt one the most beautiful cities in the world; every year millions of tourists come from around the world to admire the treasures and masterpieces of Roman art and architecture.
But a trip to the Eternal City can be eternally confusing for first-time visitors. This guide will make it easier to uncover Rome, offering lots of practical advice that will help you discover and enjoy the city in all its glory.
Rome is an enchanting city where you’ll discover a romantic blend of culture and history spiced up with a vibrant street and nightlife. Add in to the mix delicious gastronomy and excellent Italian wines, and you have an inspiring and beautiful destination that our Rome travel guide will help you make the most of.
This video offers the most important travel tips for first-time visitors.
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50 thoughts on “Rome Italy travel guide – Tips for first-time visitors

  1. Tesfaye Abrhame Bekele says:

    Wow Rome is amazing city …. full of historical places every where anywhere amazing 😉 I have been there end of 2019… I wish the best for all Italian…. I hope 🤞 I will be there again ❤️ lovely ❤️ ROME….

  2. Martin Kent says:

    This one of the worlds most important tourist destinations! Historically, the top heavy government exempted the citizens of Rome from their civic responsibilities and the result is traffic insanity. When in Rome, don't do as the locals do. Obey all traffic laws – as a guest it's bad taste to add to Rome's freewheeling, street nightmare. Recently, the Mayor of Rome was flabbergasted at the rampant lawlessness of electric bikes, which compounded the lawlessness of the other street traffic. Magically, Rome become a metaphor for freewheeling, carefree, city slickers, who have a world class devil-may-care attitude! If the residents and visitors of Rome could behave responsibly, the world would thrive – knowing that Roman streets and communities were finally law-abiding, ethical and conscientious! If Rome City Hall could publish the traffic compliance rates outside schools and tourist areas, both Romans and Rome's tourists, would quickly realize that their civic negligence has become known. The World Health Organization feels that Rome and the G7 need a makeover. The Road Safety Office at WHO thinks that law-abiding streets are long overdue. Tourists, it's like an ancient fairy tale. "The citizens of Rome won't ever leave home, until they accept their civic duties and responsibilities."Ignoring traffic laws, is like ignoring social distancing . Imagine, law-abiding Roman citizens and Roman tourists! Imagine!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Jordan Stephens says:

    My dream school offers a study abroad trip to Rome for about 6 weeks. I’m dying to go. Especially wanting to be a classics major. It looks so beautiful and it’s always been a dream of mine.

  4. 100 Subs with a microwave says:

    Rome for tourists: "Omg this city is beautiful I love it"
    Rome for who live there: "Fuck this crap I hate it worst city in Italy"
    (I live there and trust me guys you really don't wanna stay there for more than a week)

  5. Ember2460 Harrington says:

    I used to think Rome could be beautiful to walk around and then I read that in the Collesseum aproxamitely 400,000 people died or were killed and at least a million animals. How could a society be so depraved. The Colloseum is not the gorgeous ruin I had thought it was.

  6. James Gingo says:

    My Aunt Becky just called me while she was there visiting She called me at 3:00 PM my time here in Florida and 9:00 PM her time there in Rome Italy.

  7. James Gingo says:

    My Aunt Becky who lives in Ohio just got there for her anniversary vacation and she texted me last night at 1:30 AM my time here in Florida and 7:30 AM her time in Rome Italy. I was surprised my Aunt Becky had cell reception

  8. Rose Vasquez says:

    I’ve been to rome last 2010, will be back in June with my parents…i love Rome so much…im si excited… god willing

  9. taru570 says:

    I am vising Italy next year mid September. My hotel is in central Rome with all major attractions withing walking distance

  10. Travel Crazy says:

    Going to Rome in 3 days and tour Rome Thursday where the temperature is set to be 31 degrees Celsius!! Going to Pompeii Montecassino and Sorrento also

  11. Mehreen Asim says:

    Im from italy and i have been rome soooo many times its such a great city but i would recommend to visit other cities as well💖

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