The capital of Italy, the eternal city, Rome is an unmissable destination for anyone. Going there at least once in your life is almost a sacred obligation, regardless of religion, and is an excellent idea for a cultural but also fun holiday. Rome offers many touristic ideas and certainly cannot be visited in a few days. You will have to come back. And you will love doing it. Especially following some advice. When to go to Rome Rome is always beautiful and has a climate that allows tourism all year round. In summer, however, it is very hot and very crowded, so -if you can- make sure to book your stay in the eternal city in spring or autumn. Pleasant temperatures and slightly more accessible monuments will make your holiday great. How to get there Rome is well connected with the whole world. Its railway stations are the crossroads of connections throughout Italy and in particular Termini station is an important hub for high-speed trains. It is also very central. Rome has two airports, Ciampino and Fiumicino. The second is the intercontinental one and is located far from the city centre. However the connections, also through the subway and buses, are excellent. Taxi services, public and private, are not lacking and direct transfer services to and from the city are also available to tourists. How to move in the city In Rome we move on foot! Otherwise, this immense concentration of historical and artistic beauties could not be visited. So get ready to walk a lot. But between one route and another you can move comfortably with the many city buses, with the efficient subway and with the taxi and transfer services present in the capital. What to see in Rome It is impossible to describe all the monuments, palaces, churches, ruins that make the eternal spectacle of this city. The advice we can give you is to choose in advance what to see and how many days to spend on it. The rest … you will see it on your next Roman trip! Don’t miss the real soul of Rome anyway: the Colosseum, the Imperial Forums, the Vatican. St. Peter’s square and the basilica can also be visited in a few hours, but the path of the Vatican Museums requires at least 24 hours of complete visit. You can still do it comfortably, because inside there are restaurants and places to relax. Also not to be missed: Piazza Navona, Trevi Fountain, Castel Sant’Angelo and a must walk on the Lungotevere avenue. Take a nice walk in front of the Tiber Island.