Planning to visit Rome in Italy for a holiday or city break? If so, this site can help.
visitROME.co.uk provides you with all the information and web links you are likely to need, including flights to Rome from the UK, Rome hotels and accommodation options, what to see and do in Rome as well as other useful Rome guides and resources. All gathered here in one place - simple really, but hopefully useful.
How to Get There? Flights to Rome from the UK
Direct flights from the UK to Rome’s Fiumicino Airport are available with British Airways (London Heathrow and Gatwick), easyJet (London Gatwick and Bristol), Jet2.com (Manchester, Leeds Bradford, Newcastle and Glasgow), Alitalia (London Heathrow) and Monarch Airlines (London Luton, Leeds Bradford and Birmingham).
Ryanair fly to Rome’s Ciampino Airport from London Stansted, Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow Prestwick and East Midlands airports.
To find the best flight deals to Rome from the UK, use flight search engines such as those from Expedia.co.uk, Skyscanner or CheapFlights.co.uk.
If you want to hire a car from the airport, try RentalCars.com for good deals.
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Where to Stay? ROME ACCOMMODATION - Hotels, B&Bs and Hostels
The search box below from HotelsCombined.com finds the best Rome hotel deals from the best hotel providers:
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Why Visit Rome? ROME SIGHTS & ATTRACTIONS - What to See & Do
Wandering around Rome is a delight in itself - you are surrounded by some of the world’s most historic monuments and buildings.
Top sights include the Roman Forum, the Colosseum, the Pantheon, Vatican City (including St Peter’s Basilica, the Vatican Museums & the Sistine Chapel), the beautiful Trevi Fountain (pictured above), Piazza di Spagna (the famous “Spanish Steps”, a popular meeting place), Castel Sant’ Angelo, the Christian Catacombs of Rome and plenty more!
Then there’s Italian food and decent weather as well (plus some crazy drivers, watch out when crossing the roads!). It is definitely possible to spend a week in Rome seeing the sights without getting bored.
Lonely Planet’s list of sights and attractions in Rome provides further details on what to see and do in Rome while you are there.
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Extras: MORE INFO, RESOURCES & USEFUL WEBSITES for ROME
Rome is the capital of Italy and has a population of around 2.7 million inhabitants.
For a zoomable map of Rome, click HERE.
For the latest weather forecast, see the BBC’s Rome Weather guide.
Plenty more information on Rome for visitors can be found at the official Rome Tourist Board website and also Wikitravel’s Rome Travel Guide.
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