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Big Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
This tour gives you the opportunity to visit key Roman landmarks and hop on and off a double-decker bus as often as you'd like. You can stay on board the bus for the full ride or get off at any stop along the way. Educational prerecorded audio commentary is available on board all buses, and you'll also have access to four free walking tours: 'Vatican and St. Peter's Square' (starting at 12:00), 'Roman Forum and Colosseum' (starting at 15:30), 'Pantheon and Piazza Navona' (starting at 14:00) and 'Piazza Barberini and Spanish Steps' (starting at 17:00).
Ancient Rome Segway Tour
Sightsee across Ancient Rome on an eco-friendly Segway. The tour provides the opportunity for you to experience highlights such as the Colosseum, Circus Maximus and Roman Forum. Uniquely created for this tour, the stop at each landmark is supported by audio-visual presentations on a personal iPod provided. The landmark visits offer an exterior experience and you can access those offering free entry. Each tour departs from and returns to the Rome by Segway office, located near the Colosseum where you will have access to water, WiFi and bathroom facilities.
Time Elevator 5D Film Screenings
The Time Elevator Experience lets visitors experience time travel thanks to two 5D movies projected on wide screens and featuring sophisticated audio effects that create an immersive, multisensory experience for the audience. 'History of Rome' takes visitors back in time to the founding of the city by legendary Romulus and Remus: the movie relives the milestones of Rome's history, from the conquests and defeats of the Roman Empire, to the history of the Roman Church in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, and up to Fascism and the present days. 'Ode to life' illustrates the origin of the universe, instead, from the Big Bang to the birth of life on earth: visitors are thrown into a primal world populated by dinosaurs, before moving on to the birth of mankind, getting a sense of how life was for primitive men.
Museo Ebraico di Roma (Rome Jewish Museum)
The Rome Jewish Museum is dedicated to the history of Jewish people in Rome (especially the Ghetto period from 1555 to 1870) and displays a great collection of art largely donated by the community. The museum’s seven ornate rooms display liturgical and ceremonial textiles, illuminated parchments, and pieces of marble and silverwork, and includes a section dedicated to the Nazi occupation of Rome and tombstones originally found in the catacombs beneath the city. You’ll also be guided through the Great Synagogue of Rome, erected in 1904.
This rental service gives you the freedom to explore all of Rome's secret corners and mysteries without a guide. You have the option to rent for 30 minutes, any number of hours, or the whole day. However long you choose, touring the Eternal City by Segway is one of the most convenient and eco-friendly ways to do it.
Roman Holiday Segway Tour
After a quick training on the Segways, the tour guide will take you down the Ancient Roman road inspired by the route in the famous Audrey Hepburn film 'Roman Holiday'. The tour will lead you past Rome's most famous sights, including the Pantheon, the Colosseum and the Trevi Fountain. Iconic film locations along the way also include the Bocca della Verità, where Gregory Peck famously put his hand inside the 2,000-year-old gargoyle's mouth, and the Spanish Steps, where the co-stars enjoyed a gelato.
Colosseum Tour with Special Access to the Arena Floor
This tour includes no-wait entry through the Gladiator's Gate to the arena floor of the Colosseum, which is usually closed to the public. An expert local guide will be on hand to provide historical facts as you explore the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill.
Food Insiders Tour - Campo De Fiori, Jewish Ghetto and Trastevere
Indulge your taste buds with this authentic tour of Rome’s top shops, restaurants and markets. From fried cod fish in the Jewish ghetto, to mixed spices in the Campo de Fiori market, you’ll discover the secrets of Italian cuisine first-hand, under the guidance of a local expert.
Tour of the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
Walk in the footsteps of Roman emperors and gladiators on a two-and-a-half hour tour of Ancient Rome. After skipping the queue into the Roman Forum, you'll walk along the Sacred Road and visit the Temple and its altar where Julius Caesar was cremated. Then you'll enjoy far-reaching views from Palatine Hill down towards the Circus Maximus chariot-racing circuit. Inside the Colosseum, your expert guide will tell you stories of the amphitheatre's violent past, where men fought to their deaths and took part in mock sea battles for the public's entertainment.
Rome Wax Museum
Inspired by the wax museums in London and Paris, this collection is the first in Italy and the third largest in Europe. The museum holds more than 250 figures, including world-famous actors, painters, poets and popes, some of them wearing their original clothes. As you wander through this multi-themed gallery, you can come face-to-face with Barack Obama, Leonardo Da Vinci, Columbus, Napoleon, Oscar Wilde or Snow White.
Museo Leonardo da Vinci
Dedicated to Italy's great engineer and artist, Leonardo da Vinci Museum offers a comprehensive look at the Renaissance works of the master craftsman through a collection of more than 60 inventions modeled on his machines. You'll have the chance to explore the artist's unique creations via interactive exhibitions.
Roman Houses of Caelian Hill
Located below the Basilica of Saints John and Paul, the Roman Houses of Caelian Hill are thought to be the home and burial place of those martyrs. The houses are also a spectacular example of the subterranean spaces that typified that era, giving an insight into the lives of the different social classes who once lived there. Visitors can take in 20 rooms full of well-preserved frescoes, then check out the collection of everyday artefacts in the museum.
Also known as the National Museum of the 21st Century Arts, this museum showcases contemporary art and architecture, with an exterior equally impressive as the works within. Housed in Zaha Hadid building and covering an area of 13,500 square meters, MAXXI is a place for the conservation and exhibition of its collections but also a laboratory for cultural experimentation and innovation.
Leonardo da Vinci Exhibition
Dedicated to the universal genius of Leonardo da Vinci, this exhibition displays life-size replicas of the artist's inventions, based on the many notes, writings and drawings he left behind. The exhibition uses 3D models, holograms and three of his paintings to explain his ideas and the workings of his mind. The last room of the exhibition is home to the underwater tomb of Aulo Irzio, a Caesar lieutenant killed in 43AC. This underwater treasure was discovered in 1938 and is submerged in the in the waters of Euripus.
Stadium of Domitian – Piazza Navona Underground
Sports enthusiasts can rejoice at the chance to discover the ruins of the UNESCO-listed Domitian Stadium – the first and only stadium ever built from masonry in Ancient Rome. Found five metres beneath Piazza Navona, the site was once host to the Olympic Games, and is now open for public viewing. Audio guides and a 3D video reveal the stadium’s history and stories of the sports that were practiced there.
Gladiator Museum in Piazza Navona
The Gladiator Museum is full of traditional armour and weapons used by the Roman legions and gladiators between the 6th century BCE and the 4th century ACE. You get the chance to get up close to the armour and weaponry made famous by these famous fighting entertainers. You’ll retrace the footsteps of the Roman Empire at its height with its most famous warriors and its biggest adversaries.
Leonardo da Vinci Experience
A permanent exhibition celebrating the genius of Leonardo da Vinci, showcasing certified reproductions of his most famous paintings and inventions, which you will be able to test out for yourself. From the Last Supper to the Mona Lisa, the recognised masterpieces have been reproduced to full scale in traditional Renaissance style, using the same materials da Vinci used 500 years ago.
Reserved Entry to St. Peter's Basilica and Leonardo da Vinci Experience Museum
A chance to explore the breathtaking church of St. Peter’s Basilica with priority admission. You can explore at your own pace, and immerse yourself in the art and history of the Renaissance and admire some of Italy's most impressive artworks. This is followed by a visit to the Leonardo Da Vinci Experience, where you can learn more about the history of works by Leonardo da Vinci.
2 km no pilsētas centra
Take it to the max! Aventino delivers a mix of vaunted history and non-stop nightlife. First, visit the ruins of the Circus Maximus, a legendary arena where chariot racers entertained the masses as far back as 167 BC. Then, follow the flow of the Tiber and traverse the Testaccio neighbourhood. Imbibe and gorge your way through its glut of bars and make the ancient Romans proud!
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1,5 km no pilsētas centra
Trastevere is filled with winding narrow streets. Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere is filled with lively pubs, restaurants and clubs. Head to the lookout at Piazzale Garibaldi on Janiculum Hill for a city vista, or shop for clothes and accessories on Viale Trastevere. On Sundays, visit Porta Portese flea market.
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Navona laukuma apkārtne
1 km no pilsētas centra
Piazza Navona is Rome’s most famous square. You’ll find a mixed crowd of locals and tourists who come to dine at the lavish cafes and restaurants that occupy the square. Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi is Bernini’s sculptural masterpiece set in the centre, while Sant’Agnese in Agone church stands to the west.
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1,1 km no pilsētas centra
Piazza di Spagna is the perfect place to sit and people-watch. Sit and observe people's toing and froing on the ‘Spanish Steps’, or head to Piazza del Popolo square to see Rome’s second oldest obelisk. Santa Maria in Montesanto and Santa Maria dei Miracoli in Piazza del Popolo are two Baroque churches worth exploring.
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The Trevi Fountain is the largest Baroque fountain in Rome. The God Oceanus erupts from the core on a horse drawn chariot. A 5-minute walk will bring you to Quirinal Hill, one of the largest of the Seven Hills of Rome. It’s also home to Quirinal Palace, residence of the Italian President.
Naktsmītnes no € 19 par nakti
Republikas laukuma apkārtne
1,1 km no pilsētas centra
The Fountain of the Naiads in Piazza della Republica is a spectacular sight day and night. Next to it is the Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels and the Martyrs. Another drawcard for the area is one of Rome’s most popular roads – Via Nazionale, crammed with cafés, restaurants and shops.
Naktsmītnes no € 23 par nakti
Completed in 126 AD, The Pantheon is a spectacular building in Piazza della Rotonda. Take some time to admire its incredible light filled interior. Bernini’s obelisk Pulcino della Minerva stands in front of the gothic church Santa Maria Sopra Minerva, or visit Hadrian’s Temple with its façade of 11 marble columns (now home to the Roman Stock Exchange).
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Itālijas senā galvaspilsēta ir īsta arhitektūras brīnumzeme; tās daudzās celtņu drupas stāsta par plašo impēriju, kas reiz ietvēra trīs kontinentus. Šajā muzejā zem klajas debess atrodami pieminekļi, kurus nevar neapmeklēt, piemēram, Romas Forums, Palatīna un Kolizejs. Šī kādreizējā gladiatoru arēna ir pilsētas galvenais apskates objekts, un, dzīvē skatot tā milzīgo pazemes kompleksu un daudzlīmeņu sēdvietas, iztēlē tiek uzburti dramatiski skati no gladiatoru spēlēm, kas šeit reiz norisinājās. Noteikti ir vērts apskatīt arī nevainojami saglabāto Panteonu, kas arī atspoguļo mūžīgās pilsētas zelta laikus.
Romā ir vairāk nekā 900 baznīcu, starp kurām ir daudzas elpu aizraujošas bazilikas, un šeit atrodas arī Vatikāna Pilsētvalsts – katoļu baznīcas centrs. Svētā Pētera bazilika neapšaubāmi ir tūristu iecienīts apskates objekts, savukārt tādi dārgumi kā Mikelandželo Siksta kapela un neskaitāmi citi mākslas šedevri ir atrodami Vatikāna apbrīnojamajos muzejos.
Visās Itālijas pilsētās atšķirīgo vietējo virtuvi nosaka reģions, kurā tā atrodas. Romā galvenie ēdieni ir “cacio e pepe” – vienkārša, bet garda pasta ar sieru “pecorino” un pipariem – un spageti carbonara.
Vēl citi apskates objekti ir, piemēram, Trevi strūklaka, Borgēzes galerija, kā arī iecienītie Navonas un Spānijas laukumi. No aprīļa līdz jūnijam, kad laikapstākļi ir vislabākie, dodieties pastaigā pa Villas Borgēzes parku vai iznomājiet velosipēdu.
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|Populārākais laiks apmeklēšanai||Maijs–jūlijs|
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Rome is great, nice, but lines to Coliseum are too huge, that is not nice. In Vatican you can buy money for money because of Vatican coins :) Restaurants - not tasty food but we succeed and found a great place with tasty served food.
Romā visiespaidīgākā ir arhitektūra,vēsture,baznīcas.Un Itālijā vispār ir visgaršīgākie ēdieni pasaulē.Pašā Romā nekad nebūs garlaicīgi.Esmu sajūsmā par visu ko tur redzēju un izbaudīju.
To visit only Rome city would not be enough for me. I really loved day trips that I organized. I visited famous villas in Tivoli, ruins in Pompeii and seaside in Naples. Plan your trip, as well as book Vatican tickets and Fast train tickets online in advance. Next time I would buy Roma pass ticket, would visit Galleria Borghese, Domus Aurea and Terme di Caracalla.
Lieliska vieta, kur izbaudīt vēsturi un mākslu. Bet ja apnīk cilvēku pūļi, var doties uz kādu parku, piemēram botānisko dārzu, kur ir ļoti skaisti, ir ko redzēt un mazliet atpūsties no cilvēku pūļiem. Vecpilsētu var izstaigāt kājām neizmantojot sabiedrisko transportu, jo uz katra soļa būs ko redzē.
Будьте бдительны на улицах, много мошенников. Автомат, по продаже билетов на общественный транспорт, проплатил деньги и билеты не дал. Рекомендую покупать билеты в киосках.
Roma-pilsēta, kurā ir tik daudz, ko redzēt, piedzīvot, izbaudīt! Ļoti ērta metro satiksme. Apskatījām Vatikānu, Kolizeju, Panteonu, Trevi strūklaku, Spāņu kāpnes utt. Patiešām iesaku ļoti jauku restorānu "Leonardo" pie Spāņu kāpnēm - cenas draudzīgas, ēdiens ļoti gards, teicama apkalpošana.
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