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Posted on Last updated: April 21, 2024

Are you planning a one day trip to Rome, but aren’t sure what to do? You’ve come to the right place!

In this one day Rome itinerary I have outlined everything you need to know to spend an incredible day in the Eternal City.

Including logistics advice like how to get around, where to stay, and what to pack, as well as a detailed step-by-step itinerary and walking route map for one day in Rome.

With its grand architecture, historic centre, ancient sites and delicious local cuisine, Rome is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, and it’s easy to see why.

It’s a stunning city, with a rich history unlike any other in the world. I’m originally from Milan, but I spent some time living in Rome, so I had the pleasure of experiencing this city both as a tourist and as a local.

In this guide I have included all my insider tips as a local, to make sure you have the best time in Rome. So what are you waiting for, let’s dive in and start planning the perfect Rome 1-day itinerary!

  • 1 One thing you MUST do before your day in Rome
  • 2 Rome 1-day itinerary map
  • 3.1 Start at the Colosseum & Roman Forum 
  • 3.2 Pantheon
  • 3.3 Trevi Fountain
  • 3.4 Piazza di Spagna & Trinità dei Monti
  • 3.5 Terrazza del Pincio
  • 3.6 Piazza del Popolo
  • 3.7 Castel Sant’Angelo
  • 3.8 Vatican City
  • 3.9 Trastevere by night
  • 4.1 How to get to Rome
  • 4.2 How to get around Rome in a day
  • 4.3 Where to stay for one day in Rome
  • 4.4 Best time to visit Rome 
  • 4.5 Is one day in Rome enough?
  • 4.6 Do you need travel insurance for one day in Rome?

The Trevi Fountain in Rome, Italy

The Trevi Fountain in Rome, Italy

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One thing you MUST do before your day in Rome

Rome is one of the most famous destinations in the world, featuring on pretty much everyone’s travel bucket list. As such, it gets very busy and the queues to enter its main attractions can be huge.

When I was living in Rome I’d walk past the Colosseum or Vatican, and I would see such gigantic queues that it always made me wonder how people ever decided to brave them.

Considering you have limited time and only one day in Rome, you don’t want to waste it queueing outside. If you want to visit the inside of famous attractions, you HAVE to purchase tickets online beforehand.

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Exploring Piazza Navona in Rome

Exploring Piazza Navona in Rome

Ticket prices are a bit higher for skip-the-line privileges, but trust me when I say, it will be well worth the investment. Here are the entrance tickets to some of the most popular Rome attractions.

Vatican Museums & Sistine Chapel Skip-the-Ticket-Line Entry   – This is your priority entrance to the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel, so that you can skip the giant queue outside.

Skip the line, and purchase your Vatican Museum & Sistine Chapel entrance here!

Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel: Tour – Personally, I would go beyond the skip-the-line entrance and choose a guided tour, as having a local guide explain to you what you’re seeing is key to understanding this unique place.

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Rome: Colosseum, Roman Forum, Palatine Hill Priority Tickets – You don’t want to spend hours queueing under the sun, so make sure to purchase priority tickets to the Colosseum!

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View over the Roman Forum and the Colosseum from the Campidoglio

View over the Roman Forum and the Colosseum from the Campidoglio

The famous Altare della Patria in Rome

The famous Altare della Patria in Rome

Rome 1-day itinerary map

We’ve gone over all the key knowledge you need for your day in Rome, so it’s time to finally dive into what you’ll actually be doing during your Rome itinerary! 

Here is the map of your Rome 1-day itinerary walking route. As you can see, the total walking time is just over two hours, which is easily doable throughout a day.

It gives you plenty of time to stop during the day for photos, to go inside major attractions, to take food and drinks breaks and just generally enjoy your day in Rome.

Now let’s dive into the details of what exactly you’ll be seeing!

Rome 1-day itinerary

Start at the colosseum & roman forum  .

Of all the things to do in Rome in one day, seeing the Colosseum and the Roman Forum have to be top of your Italy bucket list .  

For starters, it’s convenient: the Colosseum ticket allows access to the Roman Forum (and vice versa) so it makes sense to visit both to get the most out of your visit.  

Secondly, they’re right next to each other, so you won’t have to travel far between these two big-hitter sights.

I highly recommend getting a skip the line ticket for the Colosseum , which will also get you the same skip the line access to the nearby Roman Forum. 

Chilling by the Colosseum in Rome

Chilling by the Colosseum in Rome

I spent a few months living in Rome, and every time I walked past the Colosseum there was a really long line. If you only have one day in Rome, you don’t want to spend it queueing.

One tip is to make sure you book your tickets to the Colosseum for an early time slot, so that you can pack the most into your day as possible.

Plus the crowds tend to be slightly smaller early in the day, and you don’t want to waste your day waiting.  

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Admiring the view over the Fori Romani in Rome

Admiring the view over the Fori Romani in Rome

Then it’s onto the famous Pantheon. This is around a 20-minute walk from the Colosseum, or you could hop on a bus (route 85; around 10-15 minutes) to get you there quicker.

I personally recommend the walk, as it will take you past Via Dei Fori Imperiali and the Altare della Patria, two beautiful sights in the heart of Rome.

Your own curated Rome-in-one-day tour stops by the Pantheon, a former ancient temple dedicated to all the Roman gods turned church.  

The original was commissioned by Marcus Agrippa in the reign of Augustus (27 BC to 14 AD). It was later rebuilt by Hadrian around 126 AD.

Take a moment to admire the impressive dome – it’s still to this day the world’s largest unreinforced concrete dome! No entrance fee required.

The Pantheon

The Pantheon in Rome, Italy

Trevi Fountain

You can’t do a one day in Rome walking tour without stopping by the Trevi Fountain.

It’s an easy eight-minute walk from the Pantheon to the iconic fountain, which will no doubt be busy with visitors, but is nonetheless atmospheric and impressive to see.  

Take your iconic Rome Instagram photos of the gorgeous 18th century Baroque fountain, and don’t forget to throw a coin in (over your shoulder, of course), as is the custom.

Legend has it that if you throw a coin in the Trevi Fountain, you’ll come back to Rome in the future. Every Rome itinerary should include a trip to the Trevi Fountain, and you don’t have to spend long there, either.

The beautiful facade of the Trevi fountain in Rome

The beautiful facade of the Trevi fountain in Rome

Piazza di Spagna & Trinità dei Monti

Piazza di Spagna is another eight-minute stroll from the Trevi Fountain. It’s one of the most famous piazzas in the city, taking its name from the Spanish embassy which is still located in the square.  

It’s also here that you’ll find the Spanish Steps, a famed meeting point which leads to the Trinità dei Monti church at the top.

This picturesque Renaissance church overlooks the goings-on of the piazza below – and, by a quirk of history, it’s actually the state property of France!

Wandering up the famous Spanish Steps towards Trinità dei Monti in Rome

Wandering up the famous Spanish Steps towards Trinità dei Monti in Rome

Terrazza del Pincio

Otherwise known as Pincian Terrace, your one day in Rome itinerary wouldn’t be complete without an awesome view over the Roman skyline . It takes around 10 minutes to reach from Trinità dei Monti.  

Part of the sprawling gardens of the Villa Borghese, the 19th century hillside terrace looks out over the rooftops of Rome including the unmistakable dome of St Peter’s Basilica.

If you have spare time, you can spend a while strolling around the park, otherwise it’s onwards to Piazza del Popolo below (you can actually see it from the terrace).

One of the best views over Rome from Villa Borghese

One of the best views over Rome from Villa Borghese

Piazza del Popolo

Next stop on your Rome itinerary, is Piazza del Popolo. Though the name translates to “People’s Square”, the name is actually taken from the nearby Santa Maria del Popolo.

This wide-open space has a number of different interesting sights to take in, including an ancient Egyptian obelisk (it dates from between 1290 to 1279 BC !), a grand gate designed by architect Gian Lorenzo Bernini and fountains fed by centuries-old aqueducts.  

For many years, the piazza was a place of public executions, the last of which took place in 1826.

You’ll get here by late afternoon, and this might be the perfect place to stop for a bite to eat, or just rest your feet for a while, grab a coffee and do a spot of people-watching.

View over Piazza del Popolo and Rome from Terrazza del Pincio

View over Piazza del Popolo and Rome from Terrazza del Pincio

Castel Sant’Angelo

If you feel like walking, it’s 20 minutes from Piazza del Popolo to Castel Sant’Angelo; it’s a pretty cool walk, as you’ll walk along Tiber River and get to cross over Ponte Sant’Angelo with its many angelic statues.  

The castle tells the tale of Rome from its ancient past to the present day – from being built as the mausoleum for Emperor Hadrian and his family in 123-4 AD, being pillaged by Visigoths, and used as a fortress for the Popes from the 14th century onwards.  

There’s even a secret passageway leading from the Castel Sant’Angelo all the way through the city to St Peter’s Basilica.

Sadly if you’re only spending one day in Rome, you won’t have time to go in, but it’s still an impressive building to admire from the outside.

Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome, Italy

Castel Sant’Angelo & Ponte Sant’Angelo in Rome, Italy

Vatican City

Of all the places to visit in Rome in one day, the Vatican City should definitely be on the list – after all, this is a whole other country to visit! It’s around a 15-minute walk from Castel Sant’Angelo to the Vatican.  

As I already mentioned, you won’t have time to visit the interior of both the Colosseum and Vatican in one day. However, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t at least admire them from the outside!

If you chose to visit the Colosseum, you can simply visit St. Peter’s Square, a pretty impressive sight in and of itself. You can wander around the square for a bit, and take in the unique sights.

There’s yet another ancient Egyptian obelisk here, not to mention the imposing facade of St. Peter’s Basilica: the centre of the Catholic Church.

If you chose to visit the Vatican, its museums and the Sistine Chapel, you’ll need to purchase a ticket online beforehand . Similarly to the Colosseum, you can get a skip-the-line entry, which I think is well worth the money.

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The Basilica di San Pietro and main square of the Vatican in Rome

The Basilica di San Pietro and main square of the Vatican in Rome

Trastevere by night

After your trip to the Vatican City, you simply have to finish up your Rome one day itinerary in Trastevere.

This is simply a lovely neighbourhood to discover by night, with cobbled streets and lots of cool eateries and bars to discover.  

Especially if you’re visiting Rome in summer , start off with an aperitivo and unwind after your busy day of exploring. Then you can head off for some dinner at one of the many restaurants in the district.

The vibrant Piazza Trilussa, in front of Ponte Sisto, is a meeting place for locals where warm evenings bring crowds and live music, and is a great place to start your night in Rome .

This is also where many Rome by night tours start, like the delicious cooking classes or street food tours.

A delicious plate of fresh pasta from Osteria da Fortunata in Rome, Italy

A delicious plate of fresh pasta from Osteria da Fortunata in Rome, Italy

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Essential information to spend one amazing day in Rome

Before we dive into the details of my step-by-step itinerary for Rome, I want to go over some useful information around logistics to help you plan your trip.

After all, you only have one day in Rome, so it’s important that you know some of these crucial tips, to make sure you make the most of your day.

How to get to Rome

Rome has two main airports, Leonardo da Vinci International Airport – Fiumicino (FCO) and Ciampino (CIA). From there you can then take either a train or bus into central Rome.

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Wandering along the cute cobbled streets of Rome, Italy

Trains can be booked online beforehand on the Italian rail website; Trenitalia , or directly at the station from the kiosk. Bus tickets can be bought directly at the bus, or online beforehand. 

Personally, I always suggest booking your airport transfer beforehand, especially if you’re visiting in busy season, as they can get full pretty quickly, and if you miss it you then have to wait for the next one.

You’re only in Rome for one day, so you want to make the most of them! Not waste time waiting around before you even get into the city. You can book your airport bus transfers below.

Shuttle bus transfer to/from Fiumicino Airport

Shuttle bus transfer to/from Ciampino Airport

Private transfer to either Ciampino or Fiumicino Airport

Watching the sunset over the Vatican and Ponte Sant'Angelo from Ponte Umberto in Rome

Watching the sunset over the Vatican and Ponte Sant’Angelo from Ponte Umberto in Rome

How to get around Rome in a day

Rome is pretty big city, but when it comes to the main attractions and historical sights, these are all located close to each other in the city centre, just a short walk away.

I’m a big fan of walking as a mode of transport when I travel, as it allows you to see the side streets and true vibe of a city, way more than you would just driving from one attraction to the next.

This Rome 1-day itinerary is designed to cover all the main highlights of Rome on foot, optimising your walking route, so that you don’t end up marching back and forth all over the city.

If you don’t fancy walking for too long, don’t worry, as Rome offers plenty of options.

Walking along Ponte Sant' Angelo in Rome, with Castel Sant' Angelo in the background

Walking along Ponte Sant’ Angelo in Rome, with Castel Sant’ Angelo in the background

My personal favourite way to get around Rome is to use e-scooters, such as Lime. I lived in Rome for months and used them all the time, you’ll find loads parked all the city and they’re great for short distances.

Just watch out for Rome’s cobbled lanes – you’ll be in for a pretty bumpy ride if you take a scooter along one of these!

If you can drive a motorbike, there is also a scooter sharing service called eCooltra, which is a more “serious” way to get around, and you can also go further than with e-scooters.

Rome’s also has a good public transport system, which takes you pretty everywhere around the city. You’ll also find taxis parked all over central Rome.

Scootering around Rome - that's the Colosseum behind us!

Scootering around Rome – that’s the Colosseum behind us!

Where to stay for one day in Rome

Even if you’re only spending one day in Rome, you’ll probably have to spend a night in Rome, either before or after your itinerary.

Choosing where to stay in Rome can be challenging. Personally I would opt for a hotel near the Colosseum , or near the Pantheon , so that you’re close to all the main attractions of Rome.

Having lived in Rome on and off, I tried my fair share of apartment rentals in Rome , and can confidently suggest some over others. I listed below some cool places to stay for every budget.

Budget: YellowSquare Rome – If you’re looking for a budget Rome hostel in a great position, with clean and modern dorms and a lovely social atmosphere, this is the place!

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Mid-range: Albergo Abruzzi – This lovely boutique hotel in Rome is perfect if you want something nice that won’t break the bank. Located right next to the Pantheon, it’s in a winning position.

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Luxury: Giallo Colosseo  –  If your Italy trip budget allows for it, this is a great place to treat yourself. From this apartment you get amazing Colosseum views directly from your bed, what more can you ask for?!

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The Colosseum view from the window of Giallo Colosseo in Rome, Italy

The Colosseum view from the window of Giallo Colosseo in Rome

The bedroom with Colosseum view of Giallo Colosseo in Rome, Italy

The bedroom with Colosseum view of Giallo Colosseo

Best time to visit Rome 

In my opinion, you could visit Rome at any time of the year and have a great time. Being a city, pretty much all the attractions and main sights are visible every month, regardless of the season.

That said, there are some seasons which will make your one day in Rome more pleasant. Spring in Rome is my favourite time of year.

The days are getting warmer and longer, the flowers are blooming, and Rome isn’t inundated by tourists like in summer. If you visit Italy in summer , I wouldn’t personally go to Rome, as it gets extremely hot.

I also really like Rome in winter , as the weather is milder than other places in Italy in winter , and you can do pretty much everything you would do in spring or summer, minus the huge tourist crowds and with a cheaper price tag.

The beautiful Trevi fountain in Rome

The beautiful Trevi fountain in Rome

Is one day in Rome enough?

When it comes to planning a Rome 1-day itinerary, this is the million dollar question. Locals will argue that no amount of time will ever be enough to really see a city, especially not one day.

However, having lived in Rome and having also visited as a tourist, I can confidently say that one day in Rome is enough to walk around the city, see the main sights from outside, get a feel for the Roman vibe, and visit the interior of one main attraction.

Realistically, one day isn’t enough to visit both the Vatican and the Colosseum. Not if you also want to wander around the city, see other sights like the Trevi Fountain, and in general spend an enjoyable day.

I’ve seen itineraries online saying you can do both, if you start your day at 7AM and then keep going until nightfall.

While it might be technically possible, do you really want to rush and pack your day in Rome that much?

Personally, I suggest choosing one or the other, so that you can have a more relaxed day. If you want to visit both, you will have to extend your Italy itinerary , and spend more days in Rome ; at least two days in Rome , if not three .

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The Colosseum in Rome at sunset

Sunset over the rooftops of Rome

Sunset over the rooftops of Rome

Do you need travel insurance for one day in Rome?

After my personal experience spending two nights in a private hospital in Tenerife, and having to pay for it out of pocket (it wasn’t cheap), I always recommend getting travel insurance .

You might not end up needing it, but for a small fee you can travel without worries. Personally, I suggest getting your Italy travel insurance with  Heymondo .

Heymondo offers tailor made travel insurance, providing the best value for money for your specific trip. You can also buy it once you’re already abroad and have forgotten about it before flying (which, if you’re anything like me, is quite likely).

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Exploring the Pantheon in Rome

Exploring the Pantheon in Rome

Final thoughts on 1 day in Rome

There you have it, the ultimate best itinerary for one day in Rome! Have you been to Rome before? How did you find it? Let me know in the comments below!

In my personal opinion, having lived in Rome, this is the best way to visit Rome in one day.

This itinerary will allow you to see the famous sights of the Roman Empire and of ancient Rome, as well as enjoying the beautiful architecture and local vibe.

Rome is a city like no other. There’s lots to see, but by the end of this full day exploring it, you’ll have a pretty good idea of what the Eternal City is all about.

Some travellers base themselves in Rome, and from there then go on a day trip to Pompeii or even Capri , but I wouldn’t recommend that. Amalfi Coast is quite far, so stay in Amalfi Coast instead, so that you can properly experience Positano , hike the Path of the Gods , go on boat trips and more! and its beautiful surroundings.

I hope you have found this Rome in 1 day itinerary useful in planning your time in Rome, as well as your Italy itinerary . If you have any questions, just let me know in the comments below!

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Classical Italy Tour

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Classical Italy

Good value for the money, however there are few areas that could use improvement. Optional excursions were published too late, by the published dates we have already added extra nights and accommodation's so could not take advantage of them. With hotels about 30 mins outside of tourist area, some kind of shuttle should have been provided- not everyone can 'survive' sunrise to sunset on the go and taxi in IT are expensive and unreliable. The common areas of hotels were nice, however the rooms (mainly shower and carpets) could really really use a good scrub down. Having said that, Gabbi, our chaperon during the trip was great, super informative and helpful-- having a link for tips after the trip would help as at the end of the trip exhaustion kicks in and remembering tipping it is hard.

Highlights of Italy Tour

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Highlights of Italy

The tour itself was amazing! A lot of value for money. The tour guide did seem to be a bit annoyed at us at the end when we wanted to get transport back to the hotel, after walking over half a marathon. This is notable considering a few members had lower body injuries/ health concerns. Other than that, I really loved my trip. I made friends for life, memories I’ll cherish for years

The Italian Dream Tour

The Italian Dream

The airport transfers were well done. The hotels were all good.

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The Best of Rome

i had fun. enjoyed meeting everyone!
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Discover Italy end Milan Tour

Discover Italy end Milan

The first day of arrival, the transport was not flexible with the pick up time of airport. Tour guide, Patricia, had no early posted itinerary for tour or introduction, expectation, rules, important information about tour. Left behind tourist under her care during the end of 1st day tour. She was late to start the tour, and never took count of the tourist she had under her care. On the way to Florence, Patricia left behind tourists , and placed them in danger. Luckily, the tourist had the proper connections with other people in tour to help them catch up with bus. The tour guide did not put safety first, and placed tourist under her care at risk. With several tourists complaining about the logistic thinking for the tour guide, Europamundo was able to switch all the non-spanish speaking tourist to new tour guide, Marsha. From then on, the tour turned around for the best. She introduced herself and driver, provided important details, rules, expectations about tour. She provided insightful information about each place we visited. She ensured that her group was not lost, and not left behind. She ensured for our safety. On the last day of tour she managed to fullfill my request to change the time of airport transfer to ensure we have enough time to get to airport and go through check in. Marsha made us feel safe to enjoy the tour. The accommodation are ok. Continental breakfast is ok. Tour buses in good condition and comfortable. Europamundo needs to imporve the tour guide to tourist proportion. 50 tourist is too much for 1 guide. If this is your first trip to a destination and/or not use to venturing on your own, do not use Europamundo. Tourradar and Europamunfo service is slow with replies. Europamundo Emergency does not provide quick response. Touradar insurance policy can't accommodate adding additional person ones a policy is purchased. Best to purchase the insurance policy else where. Overall, I give this tour 3.7

Italian Holiday (7 Days) Tour

Italian Holiday (7 Days)

My husband and I are usually "do it yourself" travelers, but am I SO glad we went with Trafalgar on this "Italian Holiday" trip, and I'll tell you details of why I think this is a GREAT way to see Italy! First off, there are venues like the Vatican that an individual simply can't get into without waiting for hours in a long line, but Trafalgar guides shepherd you past endless lines, and get you in early. The day we saw the Vatican, people had gotten into lines hours early, but the Pope was set to visit at 10 am, so those poor folks were going to be very disappointed to learn they weren't going to get in after all. We were escorted in early, because Trafalgar arranges everything for you. Then a local guide who was extremely knowledgable gave us a fascinating tour, which made everything we were seeing that much more meaningful and interesting. You wear little headsets that are NOT a prerecorded thing, but enable you to hear her live tour. You can ask questions, which is so nice. I'm not even Catholic, but was utterly mesmerized and blown away by the Vatican. I'm sure you CAN do it on your own, but you'll wait forever, and not learn half as much. It's not like I'm going to Italy every week, so why not do it right and get a real tour? ( I'm so enthused, I should let everyone know I'm not a Trafalgar employee, and don't get any perks from sharing my enthusiasm!) . That was true of a lot of other places too; the local guides were all wonderful. Depending on your sophistication, you may or may not love the hotels. None took my breath away, but they were clean and in good areas, and some were quite attractive.Our main tour guide was Martin, and he assured us and reminded us that if we had any problems, please tell him so he could fix it. Well, at our first hotel, we were put into a room with one bed, but we'd requested 2 since hubby's a snorer and I'm a thrasher, so we did call Martin, and he did straighten it out very soon. This is something to say in Italy, because their hotels aren't usually up to US standards, frankly, and if you have a problem with your hotel and you are only staying somewhere one or 2 nights, how responsive do you think a hotel clerk will be? But if you are part of a tour group which brings that hotel lots of business, they are much more motivated to take care of you. This is another advantage to taking this tour, if you have limited time to see Italy, and want to see as much as possible in just over a week. We are penny pinchers, and this was expensive for us, but after going on it, neither of us begrudges the money, and my independent husband admits we could never have had all the wonderful experiences on our own. The breakfasts were very good, except Italians seem to like runny scrambled eggs, but there is LOADS to choose from, and I NEED a big breakfast! (I admit, I always stashed a bit of food in my purse for later too, but I was discreet!) Another thing we could not have done on our own was one of our favorite experiences: they took us to dinner at the most beautiful old villa in Tuscany! The owner was the soul of graciousness, and it was a spectacularly beautiful site; the grounds were like something gorgeous from a movie. There were lemon trees, roses, lavender, statues, paths, huge planters with blooming hydrangeas, and it all overlooked a valley of olive trees and grape vineyards. We spent the most relaxing evening, and were allowed to take all the pictures we wanted, and the dinner was delicious. You really got to appreciate Tuscany. A few of our dinners included as much wine as you wanted, and they don't add sulfites in Italy, so I became very European for a week! Another thing to be aware of is hidden costs in any tour company; they can really add up. Trafalgar did include quite a few meals, and quite a few amazing sites, so that makes a difference, and it ended up less expensive overall than others which had lots of "" that our tour included.. My husband and I paid for 2 optional tours: the Parthenon, and seeing "David" at the Academia. Again, we are ridiculously cheap, so we used a Rick Steve's book for our free time in other places. I think it's a good idea to buy his latest book and bring it with you, AND download some tours, because you can use it to do your own sightseeing, IF you are on a budget. We did the Rick Steve's tour in Verona, and we kept bumping into the folks on the optional tour, so I can't say that was an extra I minded missing! The biggest risk we took was in Florence. We could easily have seen a very famous cathedral where an amazing array of famous people are buried, but we really wanted to see the Uffizi Museum. Martin advised us to see the cathedral, because we might very well not get in to the Uffizi by the time we'd need to leave. We thanked him, then promptly RACED to wait in line at the Uffizi for more than an hour. You can arrange to get tickets days in advance, but we hadn't. (I guess to do that, we'd have had to know what time we'd be there..) We were super lucky to have about 45 minutes left to run around seeing our favorite statues and paintings that we'd researched on the Rick Steve's app while in line, including Botticelli's Venus Rising! It was one of the best days of my life; we were just so incredibly lucky. We waited in the general line, because the fast pass ticket do not tell you before you purchase them what time you'll get in; what good is that?!! I can't really recommend you do this though, because we might very well have not gotten in in time... Anyway, the glass blowing exhibit in Venice and the leather making exhibit in Florence were both very interesting, and were another thing available to you only as a Trafalgar guest. We didn't buy any glass or leather because we're cheapskates, but some of the ladies in our group bought stunning earrings at the glass factory, and they weren't expensive at all for such stunning, unique mementos...I wished I had! I wasn't thrilled with seeing the Leaning Tower of Pisa for so long; I'd have been happy with 15 minutes of corny photography and then hit the road. But hubby and I went off site to an Indian restaurant near the back entrance, and had a great lunch cheap. (BTW, this review is completely helter skelter in terms of itinerary; I'm hopping all around out of sequence, sorry.) I'd been afraid Venice would be smelly and dirty, but despite a bad heat wave, it wasn't smelly or dirty. In fact, it was beautiful, absolutely amazing!! There's no other place like Venice - you MUST see it - and the cathedral and buildings and churches are incredible. We're musicians, so we had to go see the church where Antonio Vivaldi worked, Chiesa di Santa Maria della Pieta, and St. Mark's where all Gabrielli's antiphonal brass pieces were performed. Photos aren't allowed in St. Mark's, and a lady in front of us was actually caught and escorted out for taking a pic, but hubby snuck one anyway because he's a music nerd. Never mind that it's the tomb of ST. MARK WHO WROTE THE GOSPEL - hubby had to photograph the balconies where trumpet players of old performed! We didn't go on the optional tour of St. Mark's. I'm sure it was interesting, but the long line for the public moved surprisingly fast, and we wanted more free time in Venice to explore back streets, old bookstores, etc. I think people in our group basically found all the optional tours worthwhile except perhaps the one in Verona, but we had our own ideas, so we picked and chose, nothing wrong with that. We didn't pay for the gondola tour, but everyone else was unanimous in raving about it, and it was a lot of folks' favorite thing! We also went on the Trevi Fountain tour, and I think we could have done that one on our own, but they did also show us little neighborhoods of charming narrow streets, and Martin treated us all to the best gelato of my life: I chose "blood orange", and am salivating just writing that... My husband was afraid this would be an "old farts tour" - meaning very slow paced, but I teased him about this as we hurried to keep up! This tour involved a lot of walking and a pretty rigid wakeup schedule, so if you have mobility issues, it's not the tour for you. It's PERFECT if you want to see a big range of Italy in only 8 days though, so we really appreciated the pace. If you go when it may be hot, take an umbrella for shade. Yes, I know it sounds silly, but even my semi-macho husband was using one to ward off the scorching sun when we got a 95 degree heatwave. It makes a huge difference. I wore a hat the entire vacation, so if you're fair, pack one. Fortunately for us, everyone on our tour was just great, and we really enjoyed getting to know lots of fun, interesting people from all over, and of various ages. I can't imagine every batch of tourists are so great, but our group was a total pleasure. We never saw the Lake Cuomo area, but that's something we could do on our own someday. For getting a wonderful experience of Italy- seeing Rome,Florence, Tuscany, Venice, Pisa, etc. - you really get a fabulous tour with this group. Lastly, Martin talked an awful lot, (bring earplugs for the bus if you want to sleep!) but he was a great guy and very professional and knowledgable. Our driver Vincenzo was incredibly competent navigating tight squeezes and traffic, and everything was planned like clockwork for our convenience. I gave this 5 stars, and hope you love it if you go!! <3

Italy City Break - 5 Days Tour

Italy City Break - 5 Days

Clara was an amazing tour guide ! She managed to keep the tour moving and was so knowledgeable and fun ! So much packed into 5 days. We saw so much and had a wonderful time.

UNESCO Jewels: Best of Italy - Rome, Florence, Venice in 8 days Tour

UNESCO Jewels: Best of Italy - Rome, Florence, Venice in 8 days

What a fabulous day! Met at meeting place by Annalisa and John, (A.K.A James Bond.) Great tour guides and very professional. Safe driver. Stopped in Naples to view Mt Vesuvius and then on to a scrumptious lunch. Picked up Sacha along the way, who took us around Pompei ruins and was a brilliant guide. Was very knowledgeable and made Pompei come to life! Thoroughly recommend I Love Rome tours.

UNESCO Jewels: Best of Italy - Rome, Florence, Venice in 5 days Tour

UNESCO Jewels: Best of Italy - Rome, Florence, Venice in 5 days

The tour stops were great. Our guide Sabrina was informative and caring. She made sure that anything we needed was taken care of. My husband has health issues and she made sure to get a taxi at the stops and give information on what could be expected at each stop. The bus driver was Palo and he was great, friendly and helpful. The bus itself was a little cramped (leg room). The accommodations were adequate. The Florence hotel was a little nicer than Venice. The breakfasts at both were so/so, I thought Venice was a little better. The dinners were so/so. We had a great time on the trip and the guides in the city tours were excellent.

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Italian Discovery Tour

Italian Discovery

The trip was well organized. Other travelers were very kind and we had a lots of fun together! Our guide Antonio was very patient with all of us. As a solo traveler I nefer felt alone. It is a trip I will remember

Rome, Assisi & Magical Umbria - Premium Adventure Tour

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Rome, Assisi & Magical Umbria - Premium Adventure

This is a new itinerary and was a fabulous experience. A great way to get to the smaller hill towns in Umbria as well as the well known sites. Food and accommodation were fantastic.

Rome City Break - 3 Days/2 Nights Tour

Rome City Break - 3 Days/2 Nights

It was a lot of fun! I definitely would go again.

La Dolce Vita Experience Tour

La Dolce Vita Experience

The tour was fantastic and the hotel Michaelangelo in Sorrento was amazing. The service and meals were perfect. The only part of the tour that was disappointing was the tour in Naples . Also the initial pick up for our tour from Rome to the bigger tour bus was delayed and for over an hour 1/2 wait . We almost gave up and we would have missed a great tour . Our tour guide to Capri and Sorrento was fabulous. Capri was one of our favorite spots on our vacation.

Sorrento, Pompei, Amalfi and Positano: 4 days escape from Rome Tour

Sorrento, Pompei, Amalfi and Positano: 4 days escape from Rome

Great way to see alot over a short period of time. Would have liked to see better communication between tour operator and us. At time's we felt unsure about where to be. If it's your first time to any of these area's I would recommend taking a city tour while you are there. We did this in Sorrento and really got alot more understanding of the area. Overall it was a good tour just remember that this is not a hand held tour, you are on your own for parts of it.
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I have a good experience and Gaby our tour guide is awesome. She is accommodating, very helpful of the needs of the travelers.
Tour really amizing, the driver and tour guid, food and location was very good, but a first day and last day hotel accomodation is not good very small shower, the bed is like rocking, the last tour scheduled from vasilica to collesium there no travelling car and is not good for us to take a taxi by our own and some a taxi driver is not honest.

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From rides through historical sites to those that include gastronomic experiences, check out the best bike tours in Rome and take your sightseeing to a whole new level! You can also see our 3 top picks in the list below.

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1 – City Center Highlights E-Bike Tour

Rome, City Center Highlights Tour by Quality E-Bike

Rating: ⭐️ 4.9/5 ( 1374 reviews )

“Great tour of the must-haves of a city trip. It was our first time in Rome and the tour was perfect to get an overview.” Tabea, Getyourguide

If the idea of zipping through Rome’s busy streets on an e-bike gives you chills, you’re not alone. However, Rome City Highlights Tours on an e-bike will put your fears to rest within minutes of starting your ride. A 4-hour e-bike tour crams the finest sightseeing into a short time.

Reaching top tourists attractions in Rome like the Colosseum and the Pantheon are a breeze as the e-bike zips up the city’s many hills. Access winding alleys and car-free squares as well as a hefty list of Rome’s must-see locales with ease.

With the thrill of pedaling through Rome and the enormous amount of places you’ll see, it’s no wonder why we rate this tour so exceptionally. The reassuring combination of safety, comfort and prime Roman attractions make this tour a no-brainer.

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2 – E-Bike Night Tour with Food and Wine Tasting

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Rating: ⭐️ 4.9/5 ( 812 reviews )

“We loved our tour, our guide had so much knowledge and delivered it in an upbeat and fun way that really made our night.” Warwick, Getyourguide

Rome’s illuminated Trevi Fountain and other timeless monuments glowing against the evening sky is a magical scene. Add the exhilaration of cycling from site to site, and you’ll have an outing unlike any other. An e-bike night tour with food and wine tasting combines the pleasure of wine tastings in Rome with touring the city’s storied streets.

Rome e-bike night tours with food and wine tasting will satisfy anyone wanting sightseeing with a twist. Tours deliver on the quality of the guides, the comprehensive itinerary and safety. If you’re a light eater, the charcuterie board paired with wine may even be enough for dinner!

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3 – Appian Way, Aqueducts & Catacombs Option E-Bike Tour

Rome, Appian Way, Aqueducts & Catacombs Option E-Bike Tour

Rating: ⭐️ 4.9/5 ( 869 reviews )

“What a blast! Khaled offered insight into historical and architectural aspects of Rome. Very knowledgeable!” Karen, Getyourguide

Your itinerary in Rome may be packed with places all within the city walls. The Parthenon, the Colosseum, the Spanish Steps and the piazzas and fountains are goals on any visitor’s list. However, when you’ve tired of competing with the crowds, an Appian Way, aqueducts with optional catacombs visit by e-bike is a refreshing escape to relatively undiscovered historical gems.

Take this chance to see beyond Rome’s ancient city walls in an active and eco-friendly way. This five-star tour takes you beyond the typical tourist sites with the help of guides who consistently earn high praise.

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4 – Cannondale E-Bike Tour with Typical Italian Lunch

Rome in a Day Cannondale E-Bike Tour with Typical Italian Lunch

Rating: ⭐️ 5/5 ( 239 reviews )

“This was one of the best tours we’ve ever done. It was an excellent way to view the city and stop at the major milestones as well as some hidden gems.” Lauren, Viator

First time in Rome? Only have a few days to explore? There’s hardly a better option than a full-day e-bike tour of Rome’s essentials. Throw in a delectable bistro lunch, and you’ve got a winner. The five-star-rated Rome in a Day e-bike tour packs nearly all the main city attractions into 7 hours that just may whet your appetite food tours in Rome !

For first-timers in Rome, this tour is an ideal way to kick off tour visit. Learn the layout of the city on fun and safe e-bikes. Fill your minds and stomachs with facts and food and take in nearly every major site in Rome. The value for what comes with this tour is hard to beat.

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5 – Morning e-bike Tour

Rome in the Morning e-bike Tour

Rating: ⭐️ 5/5 ( 124 reviews )

“Star bike guides and staff were wonderful! They made sure we enjoyed our tour. Even gave us recommendations where to go eat which was so helpful!” Malika, Viator

Put high-tech innovations next to Roman antiquities and you have a dazzling contrast. Rome in the Morning e-bike tours seat you upon convenient electric bikes and immerse you in the past with 3D viewers.

Make short work of the distances between sites with self-charging motorized bikes. Then peer through 3D viewers at Rome’s monuments for a glimpse of how they would have looked several millennia ago.

Rome in the Morning e-bike tours receive our highest reviews. With affable and informative guides, comfortable and safe conditions and a top-notch itinerary, this is one of the most fun and efficient ways to fit in many of Rome’s famed sites. The addition of 3D viewers is a touch you won’t find on many other tours.

6 – E-Bike Evening Tour with Optional Dinner

Rome, Quality E-Bike Evening Tour with Optional Dinner

Rating: ⭐️ 4.9/5 ( 185 reviews )

“We enjoyed our bike tour. Tour guide was knowledgeable and nice. I highly recommended it” Karina, Getyourguide

After the hordes of day trippers have filed back onto their coaches and trundled away from central Rome, set out on an e-bike tour in the settling dusk. The city beings to glow as ancient structures are gradually lit against the darkening sky. You’ll spy Rome’s favorites in a way that most visitors don’t. Choose a tour that includes dinner and you have absolute perfection.

There are many reasons why we recommend this tour with confidence. The strongest among them are amazing service, the variety of languages available for tours and a mouthwatering meal on the 4-hour tour.

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7 – Private City Bike Tour with Cannondale E-Bike

Private Rome City Bike Tour with quality Cannondale EBike

Rating: ⭐️ 5/5 ( 157 reviews )

“Excellent tour! Highly recommend! The tour is a great overview and then you can decide what sites are most interested in doing. There is so much history to see in Rome!” Rebecca, Viator

Treat yourself to a private tour in Rome . Add the excitement of riding an e-bike with people that you choose, and you’re sure to make memories. Private tours in Rome by e-bike are an inspiring way to see the finest of the city in a half a day.

This tour earns our glowing review, mainly for the caliber of the guides. The tour’s other high points are the itinerary and how easy it is to see the wealth of sites in a short amount of time.

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8 – Appian Way Sunset E-Bike Tour w/ Catacombs & Aperitif

Rome, Appian Way Sunset E-Bike Tour w_ Catacombs & Aperitif

Rating: ⭐️ 4.7/5 ( 398 reviews )

“The landscapes (two amazing parks) were wonderful and the visit or the catacombs was really moving. And the aperitivo a nice way to end the day. I recommend!” Guillaume, Getyourguide

Rome would not exist without the Appian Way. This influential road that spans the southern half of Italy made travel, communication and trade possible between Rome and other outposts of the Empire within modern Italy.

Along this celebrated route are relics that remain from the Roman Empire while relishing some relief from the throngs in the city. An Appian Way sunset e-bike tour with catacombs and aperitif will introduce you to an area not often seen by travelers.

With affable and well-read guides, your outing will be filled with off-the-radar glimpses of antiquities, peaceful open spaces and history aplenty. You may just be booking the your favorite memory of your trip to Rome.

9 – Roma by Night E-Bike Tour

Roma by Night, E-Bike Tour

Rating: ⭐️ 4.8/5 ( 327 reviews )

“A perfect way to see the sights of Rome – so much more fun to get around on e-bikes than on public transport.” Chelsea, Viator

Catch sight of a Roman sunset and the brilliance of the city lighting up on a Roma by Night e-bike tour. Opt for a shared experience or a private tour of Rome’s top monuments and neighborhoods. It will familiarize you with the city in an enchanting way.

The combination of the guides’ peerless leadership and the safety while riding make this tour a fantastic choice for people of all ages and fitness levels. The relaxing pace, ample facts and gorgeous sights are sure to please.

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10 – Villa Borghese Bike Tour

Villa Borghese Bike Tour in Rome

Rating: ⭐️ 4.5/5 ( 20 reviews )

“Worth every penny! Our guide was knowledgeable, helpful, and very charming. A great way to see the Borghese property. A must!” Cynthia, Viator

Welcome to Villa Borghese, Rome’s largest public park! However, calling it simply a public park is simplifying the space to a point of unfairness. Villa Borghese’s grounds encompass a lake, woods, theaters, ruins, a zoo and ornate mansions.

The collected art works of Cardinal Scipione Borghese are on display at the dazzling Borghese Gallery . Also within the park is the Bioparco di Roma, a zoo sheltering several hundred animal species. A tour through Villa Borghese is an introduction to an enriching slice of Rome.

The vast knowledge of the guides paired with the multiple allures of Villa Borghese makes this an extremely popular tour. If you’re looking for a chance to use your legs to explore a special corner of Rome teeming with attractions, we confidently suggest taking this tour.

11 – Sunrise E-Bike Experience with Coffee Tasting

Rome, Sunrise E-Bike Experience with Coffee Tasting

Rating: ⭐️ 4.9/5 ( 70 reviews )

“This was probably one of the best tours I’ve done! The bikes were easy to ride, the stops were well planned out and the guides kept us safe and were so knowledgeable about the whole area.” Sarah, Getyourguide

Visitors to Rome don’t often witness the ancient city at dawn. All the more reason to rise early for an e-bike adventure fueled by some of Italy’s first-rate espresso. Well-educated guides will make spots like Trevi Fountain and Piazza Navona come alive with stories, facts and surprises.

This tour earns our highest praise thanks to amazing guides and a chance to see Rome’s attractions before most of the visitors arrive.

12 – Small Group E-Bike Tour

Rome, 3.5-Hour Small Group E-Bike Tour

Rating: ⭐️ 5/5 ( 72 reviews )

“Very nice guide with a lot of knowledge. would we do it again Highly Recommended.” Svenja, Getyourguide

Imagine cruising along Rome’s cobbled lanes with a private guide and only company you choose. Coast to a stop in front of the Trevi Fountain and St Peter’s Basilica as your guide retells the story of these eminent locales. Small-group private e-bike tours get you to premier spots in Rome easily and in a short period of time.

This is hands-down one of the most highly-rated bike tours in Rome. The combination of stellar guides, comfortable bikes and affordability for a private tour garners abundant five-star reviews.

13 – Rome Highlights by E-Bicycle

Rome Highlights by E-Bicycle

Rating: ⭐️ 5/5 ( 308 reviews )

“Awesome experience with friendly and knowledgeable guide. Definitely one of the best tours that we have done in Europe, great value and a lot of fun.” James, Viator

If you want the luxuries of a private tour but don’t want to part with too many Euros, a Rome highlights by e-bicycle tour can be an ideal choice for you. In groups no larger than eight people, your guides will whisk you to Rome’s main draws like the Pantheon and the Roman Forum as well as hidden surprises.

This is a choice tour for people wanting to see corners of Rome not often seen by holidaymakers. Guides speak excellent English and make travelers’ safety their highest priority.

How to book bike tours in Rome?

Rome is one of the world’s most-visited cities, and a hefty number of companies offer e-bike tours. There are a wealth of websites where you can book these tours, and through them you may find slight differences in prices. Use Tourscanner.com or our mobile app to compare prices and reviews to narrow down your search and find the right tour for you.

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The 15 Best Things To Do In Rome, Georgia

T he South is home to dozens of beautiful college campuses , but few measure up to the grandeur and scale of Berry College in Rome, Georgia. Set on 27,000 acres, Berry College claims the title of having the world’s largest campus. While the campus, partially modeled after Oxford University’s Christ Church in England, should definitely be at the top of your list of things to do in Rome, there are plenty of other reasons to visit the small town. Shop and dine your way through the charming downtown, see the state’s largest Victorian era district, and discover the history behind this quintessential Georgia town that’s just an hour’s drive from Atlanta. Here are the 15 best things to do in Rome, Georgia.

Visit Oak Hill & Martha Berry Museum

Get a glimpse into Berry College’s history at the Greek Revival home of its founder Martha Berry. Tour the historic home that tells the story of the Berry family and how they came to create a four-year liberal arts college. Make sure you allow time to visit the Oak Hill Colonial Revival garden that was designed and constructed in the late 1920s and is a great example of 20 th century landscaping trends.

Tour Berry College

Founded in 1902, there’s more than a century of history holding up the hallowed walls on Berry College’s campus . Two major places to make sure you see are the Ford Complex, named for Henry Ford who donated the funds to construct the legendary buildings, and the Mountain Campus. The Ford Complex brings British grandeur to a pastoral Georgia scene thanks to Neo-Gothic architecture inspired by Oxford University’s Christ Church College. The Mountain Campus features pastures, hills, lakes, log cabins, an old mill, and hiking trails leading to the House O’ Dreams, a large stone and board-and-batten cottage on top of Lavender Mountain.

Learn About Native American History at the Chieftains Museum

Enter the former home of Major Ridge, a Cherokee leader who played a major role in Native American history by signing the Treaty of New Echota, which resulted in the relocation of the Cherokee people. Called the Chieftains Museum , his home is designated as a National Historic Landmark, is a site on the National Parks Service’s Trail of Tears National Historic Trail, and is dedicated to preserving and sharing Cherokee history and culture.  

See the Capitoline Wolf and Rome Clocktower

You wouldn’t travel to New York City and not see the Empire State Building. So, you can’t travel to Rome without seeing the Capitoline Wolf and the Rome Clocktower . Both major landmarks are located in historic downtown Rome. The Capitoline Wolf, a bronze sculpture depicting the legend of the founding of Rome, presides over town from its perch in front of City Hall. A few blocks away, the Clocktower offers one of the best views of downtown if you’re willing to climb the 107 steps to the top.

Ride or Walk on the ECO Greenway

This 16-mile paved multipurpose trail runs through historic downtown Rome and along the Coosa River. Spend as much or as little time as you please, biking, walking, or jogging on the trail that connects several public parks, attractions, and landmarks.

See a Live Performance at a Historic Theater

If you’re looking for live entertainment while in Rome, head to the Desoto Theatre, a historic cinema that’s been reimagined as the Rome Little Theatre . In addition to staging several plays each year, it’s also one of the venues for the annual Rome International Film Festival.

Go Shopping in Downtown Rome

Support local businesses by shopping the many boutiques and retailers in Downtown Rome . There’s a little something for everyone at places like Cecil T’s Mercantile and Do Good Boutique , which sell everything from home goods and apparel to gifts and art. Music lovers should check out the vinyl and Capitoline Records , and treasure hunters wil delight in the antiques and art at Yellow Door Antiques .

Grab a Meal at Blossom Hill BBQ & Burgers

Located in Downtown Rome’s River District, this restaurant, bar, and gathering place is a hit among locals thanks to its delicious food and expansive indoor-outdoor dining and play spaces. Blossom Hill’s lunch and dinner menu features everything from smoked meats to chicken tenders and salmon burgers. Complete your meal with a seasonal fried pie or milkshake, then head outside to chow down and maybe get in a round of ping pong or cornhole.

Enjoy a Wine Tasting

Head to the downtown tasting room for Newby Farm + Vineyard to sample the local winery’s available vintages, sip on a glass, or purchase a bottle to take home. The vineyard isn’t currently open to the public, so this is your best chance to try their seasonal varieties, as well as more traditional rosés, whites, and reds. If you’re traveling with a large party, reserve the barrel room table for a more private experience.

Stay the Night at Hawthorne Suites

Located just off bustling Broad Street, book a room in Hawthorne Suites for a comfortable stay that’s within walking distance of some of Rome’s most popular shops and restaurants. The renovated 1890s warehouse has maintained its original wood floors, brick walls, and sky-lit atrium for an old-meets-new feel.

Escape to Kingston Downs

Step away from city center and onto 5,000 acres of natural beauty at Kingston Downs . The property offers several lodging options, from idyllic cottages overlooking wildflower meadows to safari-style glamping tents to a clubhouse complete with an outdoor kitchen and firepit. Guests have access to all kinds of outdoor activities including hiking on seven miles of trails, mountain biking, swimming in the Etowah river, fishing, kayaking, paddle boarding, and even guided quail and turkey hunts or pheasant and dove shoots.

Dine with Locals at Harvest Moon Café

This farm-to-table restaurant is a beloved spot for everything from brunch to late-night drink and everything in between. Create your own meat-and-three plate starting with entrees like smothered grilled chicken, fried catfish, and meatloaf with Creole Bourbon ketchup and finishing up with sides like collards, grits, and sweet potato souffle. In addition to the restaurant , the building is also home to top-floor hangout Moon Roof Bar and cozy downstairs bar and music venue Dark Side of the Moon.

Go Paddling on the Etowah River Trail

For those who love to get out on the water, spend an afternoon kayaking, canoeing, or paddle boarding on the Etowah River between Grizzard Park and Heritage Park. The easy six-mile route takes about 2.5 hours to complete and is easily accessible from Dixon Landing at Grizzard Park. Rentals can be found at River Ratz or The Canoe House .

Spend the Night in a Treehouse

For a one-of-a-kind overnight adventure, book the Black Bear Treehouse by Treeline Vacations. Built near the highest point in Rome, atop Lavender Mountain, this private oasis offer stunning 360-degree views of the surrounding area and beautifully designed interior living space. You’ll feel like you’ve left reality and stepped straight into a fairytale after just a few minutes lounging on the treehouse’s back porch.

Hike the Historic Jackson Hill Trail System

There’s so much to see on the Jackson Hill Trail System , a public recreation area that includes winding trails; historic exhibits, landmarks, and interpretive markers; and a unique attraction called the Labyrinth of Rome . Before being redeveloped by the Works Progress Administration, this area was the location of Fort Norton, which was used during the Civil War. Today, the public is invited to learn about the area’s history, enjoy the natural beauty, and maybe even find some time for meditation as they wander along the labyrinth’s singular path.

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Caleb Williams unfazed as new era begins in Chicago: Bears Day 2 draft takeaways

LAKE FOREST, ILLINOIS - APRIL 26: Rome Odunze #15 and Caleb Williams #18 of the Chicago Bears pose for a photo during their introductory press conference at Halas Hall on April 26, 2024 in Lake Forest, Illinois. Caleb Williams was selected first overall and Rome Odunze was selected ninth overall in the first round of the 2024 NFL Draft Thursday. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

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LAKE FOREST, Ill. — Caleb Williams said he watched more Chicago Bears football last season than he ever had.

Normally, a joke would follow that, as the Bears haven’t been an easy watch as of late. But Williams got to see the foundation of a team on the rise.

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Offensive tackle Kiran Amegadjie , the 75th pick in the NFL Draft , has been watching the Bears his whole life. The Hinsdale Central product’s favorite player is Devin Hester, and he had his dream realized when his hometown team took him in Round 3.

Bears fans reacted quickly to Williams’ pick, and it didn’t take long for Williams to realize his popularity in Chicago.

“It came out that I passed Caitlin Clark’s record (for jersey sales),” Williams said Friday at his introductory news conference at Halas Hall. “I had to repost it and said, ‘I guess that’s Chicago for you.’ That’s probably my answer to that. All the love and support is strong. I’ve heard about it. So to get some of that love and support that early is really awesome. It’s really exciting.”

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The veteran Bears are excited, too.

“I got a lot of text messages from the offense and defensive guys that are just fired up,” general manager Ryan Poles said. “Competition for practice — they’re all excited about that, too. Just from all the messages that I got and some of the guys that I’ve seen in the hallways, they’re really pumped.”

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This is the Caleb Williams era, and alongside wide receiver Rome Odunze , the future of the Bears met with reporters at Halas Hall. A few hours later, Amegadjie joined them as part of the 2024 draft class.

From Williams’ and Odunze’s welcome in Lake Forest to the newest Bears offensive tackle, here are five takeaways from Day 2.

1. Williams’ wild media tour

Thursday night, Williams joined a video call with reporters back at Halas Hall, did a one-on-one with every TV station that made the trip and did several other interviews as the top pick.

Friday, he made his Chicago sports radio debut before standing next to Odunze, holding their jerseys, and he sat down for his first of many news conferences in Lake Forest.

Every top pick, Odunze included, goes through a similar car wash, but Williams’ was more extensive, and he wasn’t tired. He took it all in stride.

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“When you prepare mentally and physically and spiritually for moments like this, when you actually are in the moment, you don’t feel fazed,” he said. “You don’t feel nervous. You don’t feel the butterflies or anything like that. You’re ready for it. You’re prepared for it.

“So with that and then the help of my support team — my dad, girlfriend and team outside of actual football and then actually the coaches and the people around me … my mentors that helped instill all these things in me throughout time, whether it’s me watching ’em or them telling me right from wrong or good job or bad job — you grow up and you progress. And so, they helped prepare me for these moments. The feeling of being worried in these moments doesn’t ever really cross my mind.”

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2. Lincoln Riley on his star QB

The USC coach chatted with Bears reporters Friday night about Williams, and he was asked about Williams’ big goals.

“He’s not scared for greatness,” Riley said. “He’s not scared to put it out there, he’s not scared to be himself, and I think you have to have that belief in yourself. You have to have that belief in the people around you, and it’s contagious. It is. When a leader or a quarterback feels that way about his team and about what they’re trying to accomplish, I think that it energizes the entire group.”

A common theme with Williams has been questions — and answers — about how he’ll handle the attention that comes with being a quarterback in Chicago. Riley saw examples in Los Angeles that told him Williams was ready for what’s next.

“In some ways, there’s probably a lot of parallels coming into USC, where you’ve got an all-time iconic place that’s been a little bit down and you’re trying to bring it back, and obviously there’s a lot of parallels with what he’s getting ready to come up and do in Chicago, and to have that jolt of confidence and excitement in the beginning to help get it off the ground, I think, is a key part,” he said. “He certainly has the inner belief to get that done.”

3. ‘I can’t even put it into words’

Amegadjie was about to miss his flight as he tried to find his gate at O’Hare when Bears scout Tom Broadway recognized him and stopped him to say hello.

That was Amegadjie’s first somewhat official interaction with the team that ultimately selected him.

“It was a very random meet-up,” he said. “Obviously, it led to this now. Crazy how the world works.”

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Before that, Amegadjie had met coach Matt Eberflus at a golf club last summer.

“He didn’t know who I was, and I told him one day I would be sitting in his office and the next year they would be looking to draft me,” he said. “So he reminded me of that on the phone today.”

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The Bears have had a propensity for adding former IHSA players to the roster. Amegadjie joins Cole Kmet , T.J. Edwards , Jack Sanborn and Doug Kramer. Director of player personnel Trey Koziol also played his high school football for Hinsdale Central.

“It’s always fun when you can bring a guy in who grew up a Bears fan, and you could see it on his face when he walked into Halas Hall on his visit,” Koziol said. “He’s really excited to be here.”

As Amegadjie processed the news among family and friends at a local golf club, he reflected on what it meant to be a Bear.

“I can’t even put it into words,” he said. “I really have no words. I grew up a Bears fan watching Devin Hester and playing Madden 08-09, running around with Devin Hester in kickoff mode. This is everything I’ve wanted since I was a little kid. I can’t even put it into words. It’s amazing.”

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4. Amegadjie’s fit on the O-line

As the Bears awaited their pick, they had a need on the defensive line. When Bralen Trice , the Washington edge rusher, was selected one pick before them, they went with the highest guy on their board, Poles said.

A quad injury cut Amegadjie’s senior season short and kept him from playing in the Senior Bowl. That limits his tape against FCS opponents to begin with, but his size stands out. He tied Georgia’s Amarius Mims for the longest arms among the draftable tackles, at 36 1/8 inches.

“He’s a special talent,” Koziol said. “He’s got really rare physical traits. I think he’s a player that’s on the ascent.”

“You love the tools that he has,” Poles said. “His pass pro is really good. Love his length, hand usage. And a big man that we believe is going to continue to get bigger and more explosive, so it should really increase the competition on our offensive line and make everyone better.”

Koziol believes Amegadjie has “starter potential” and wouldn’t rule out the rookie winning a job on the offensive line.

Amegadjie could “potentially” challenge left tackle Braxton Jones , Poles said, but “probably not Year 1.” The Bears want their offensive linemen to be more versatile, so Amegadjie will begin as a swing tackle who can also play inside.

Poles did reiterate an organizational philosophy: “We don’t really want to put a ceiling on him.”

5. Bears leave impression on Odunze

As the draft began, Odunze got himself in the mindset of being happy with whoever drafted him. But he acknowledged he had the Bears in the back of his mind, mainly because of his visit to Halas Hall.

“The attitude and the effort that they put into my visit and into the conversations that we had was incredible,” he said. “I feel like they truly did their research on me, honestly. I think they really understand what I can bring to the offense and what I can bring to the organization. And when I was having those conversations with them, it wasn’t like I felt they had missed anything about me, who I was as a person and who I was as a player. So, I felt appreciated.”

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DETROIT -- Nearly two hours after NFL commissioner Roger Goodell called his name, Caleb Williams walked into the press conference media room, brandishing a very huge smile, while donning the hat that bears the logo of his new team.

To no one’s surprise, the Chicago Bears selected the USC quarterback with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2024 NFL draft in Detroit. Williams, took home the Heisman Trophy in 2022, will join a promising Bears offense that features DJ Moore, D’Andre Swift, Cole Kmet.

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Idina Menzel is heading out on a North American summer tour, so make sure not to let go of tickets.

The “Let It Go” singer will begin her summer tour on July 19 in Seattle and will wrap up on Aug. 18 in Greensboro, N.C.

While on tour, Menzel will perform in New York City at the Beacon Theatre on Aug. 15 .

The “Take Me or Leave Me Tour” will be in support of her 2023 album “Drama Queen.”

Tickets to her North American tour are on sale on Ticketmaster .

Fans of the songstress can also find tickets on secondary market websites, such as StubHub , Vivid Seats , TicketCity and SeatGeek .

The cheapest ticket for her New York City show, before fees at the time of publication, is $78 on StubHub .

First-time Vivid Seats users can save $20 on ticket orders over $200 by entering promo code NJ20 at checkout.

TicketCity users can save $15 on orders over $400 using promo code TCITYSAVE15 at checkout.

A complete list of Idina Menzel’s tour dates is available here .

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Idina Menzel is not the only artist heading to the Beacon Theatre while on tour.

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    8. Ancient Rome Guided Tour: Colosseum, Forum and Palatine. 245. Historical Tours. 3 hours. No visit to Rome is complete without taking a deep dive into the city's ancient history, but lines to visit top archaeological…. Free cancellation. Recommended by 95% of travelers.

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    There's even a secret passageway leading from the Castel Sant'Angelo all the way through the city to St Peter's Basilica. Sadly if you're only spending one day in Rome, you won't have time to go in, but it's still an impressive building to admire from the outside. Castel Sant'Angelo & Ponte Sant'Angelo in Rome, Italy.

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    Private tour of Rome (7 / h) with English speaking guide and driver. 29. Full-day Tours. from. $1,220.71. per adult (price varies by group size) Flexible Private Tour of Rome with English Speaking Driver. 27.

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    Hop on and off as many times as you want. 8 stops near Rome's landmarks. Audio guides available in 12 languages. Kids audio guide" with child-friendly content in English and Italian. Free WiFi on board. Space reserved for wheelchairs. Panoramic views of the city. From. 25,50 €.

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    The tours are 3 hours, depending on traffic. The price is 110 euros per person (about $117) on the small group tour (12 guests max). You can take the tour solo as I did or with a companion or group.

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    1 - City Center Highlights Tour by Quality E-Bike. 2 - E-Bike Night Tour with Food and Wine Tasting. 3 - Appian Way, Aqueducts & Catacombs Option E-Bike Tour. 4 - Rome in a Day Cannondale E-Bike Tour with Typical Italian Lunch. 5 - Rome in the Morning e-bike Tour. 6 - Quality E-Bike Evening Tour with Optional Dinner.

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