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Your Rome Vacation

The Eternal City marries fantasy with history at every turn. Scale the Palatine Hill for views of the Roman Forum and the Circus Maximus. Stroll down tiny streets where Vespas whiz through sculpture-laden piazzas and starry-eyed lovers throw coins into 15th-century fountains. Visit the lush Villa Borghese or the terraced hills above the Piazza del Popolo. Top it off with handmade pasta and cannoli in Campo de'Fiori.

Whether you're here for the shopping, the Vatican or the vino, let Orbitz help you create your Roman holiday. Our Rome vacation guide details the best time to go, top 10 highlights and insider tips on the Seven Hills.

  • In a vibrant, international city such as Rome, a vacation is ideal year-round. If sunshine and packed piazzas are what you seek, plan a trip in June, July, September or October. During Christmas and Holy Week (the week before Easter), Rome is alive with religious ceremonies, concerts and festive traditions.

    January, February and August are quieter months, bringing cheap hotel rates and fewer crowds. And from August 15 (Ferr-Agosto) to the end of the month, the city empties as Italians escape the heat for seaside towns.

    Weather-wise, April to June and September to October are most pleasant, and temps range from the mid 60s to the low 80s. Winters are chilly and rain spells are frequent.

  • San Crispino Gelateria

    No need to bother with fancy toppings or cones here; this is one of the best gelato shops in Rome -- and it's right near the Trevi Fountain.

  • Capuchin Crypt

    While chapels of bones and skulls might sound creepy to some, this ossuary beneath Our Lady of the Conception church celebrates the lives of nearly 4,000 Capuchin friars.

  • Janiculum Hill

    As if scaling a hilltop of bell towers, domes and greenery isn't romantic enough, stop at Ponte Milvio, where young lovers hang padlocks as a sign of affection, and then toss the keys into the Tiber.

  • Piazza Navona

    This famous Baroque square is always abuzz with cafes, tourists and fountains. At Christmas it transforms to a festive market alive with nativity scenes, toys, roasted chestnuts, even a merry-go-round.

  • Al Vino Al Vino

    Wine and dine like a local at this traditional enoteca steps from the Chiesa San Lorenzo Panisperna. Try the white Frascati, grappas or whiskies paired with homemade caponata.

Rome Vacation Packages

From $91

1 Mecenate Palace Hotel Rome

4 stars
4.2 / 5 151 reviews

Via Carlo Alberto 3 Map

Free Wi-Fi is available in all areas

Although the hotel's double glazing is good, rooms at the back of the hotel overlook an internal courtyard and tend to be the quietest. However, given the chance to see the 14th century bell tower of Santa Maria Maggiore right out the window, most guests prefer a... More

From $53

2 Relais 6 Hotel Rome

4 stars
4.3 / 5 15 reviews

Via Tolmino 6 Map

Free WiFi is available in all areas

Relais 6 is a refined and exclusive Hotel located in one of elegant area in Rome.An ideal combination for journeys to the Eternal City and business travel. Each room has been designed and equipped with all facilities at the highest levels of quality and comfort.This... More

From $91

3 Diocleziano Hotel Rome

4 stars
4.5 / 5 26 reviews

Via Gaeta, 71 Map

Free Minibar, WIFI, Access to Gym & Sauna

Small can be beautiful and the Diocleziano Hotel Rome certainly fits the bill. Located in central Rome, it provides an excellent base for exploring the city and its many famous monuments, squares and museums.  A good night's sleep is no problem as the hotel is in... More

From $125

4 Starhotels Michelangelo Hotel Rome

4 stars
4.1 / 5 46 reviews

Via Della Stazione Di S. Pietro, 14 Map

Save 10% - Stay 2 nights

A sunny lobby lounge with brocade sofas and marble floors ushers guests into Starhotels Michelangelo Rome, which sits in the heart of baroque Rome along the ancient walls of Vatican City. A candlelit piano bar with button-tufted leather couches and mirrored walls is... More

From $55

5 Villa Torlonia Hotel Rome

4 stars
3.9 / 5 8 reviews

Via Bartolomeo Eustachio, 7/A Map

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Housed in a historic building and set in its own spacious garden, Hotel Villa Torlonia is a 5-minute walk from Policlinico Metro Station. It features free Wi-Fi in public areas, and air-conditioned rooms. All rooms are elegantly decorated and feature a modern style. Each... More

From $106

6 Residenza A The Boutique Art Hotel Rome

4 stars
5.0 / 5 1 reviews

Via Vittorio Veneto 183 Map

Free WiFi is available in all areas

This is the idea of our residence, simple but revolutionary at the same time, to offer a personalized space in which the guest moves and feel at ease. Not an anonymous place in which to stay a short time, but a homeplace reflecting its own way of life and where the... More

From $91

7 Domus Romana Hotel Rome

4 stars
4.0 / 5 10 reviews

Via Delle Quattro Fontane, 113 Map

Free Wi-Fi is available in all areas

The Hotel & Residence Domus Romana is a refined and comfortable four star hotel, recently renovated and situated in the historic centre of Rome between Piazza Barberini and Via Nazionale. The position of the building is an optimum destination for those who... More

From $86

8 Venetia Palace Hotel Rome

4 stars
4.4 / 5 5 reviews

Via Marghera, 47/A Map

American Breakfast & Jacuzzi on the Roof Terrace

Featuring a rooftop whirpool jacuzzi and modern, comfortable rooms, Venetia Palace Hotel is 250 metres from Roma Termini Train Station. It offers free Wi-Fi and rooms with LCD TV. Rooms at the Venetia Palace include satellite channels, air conditioning and a minibar.... More

From $147

9 Una Hotel Rome

4 stars
4.4 / 5 30 reviews

Via Giovanni Amendola, 57 Map

Book In Advance & Save 10%

You'll recognize the Una Hotel Rome the second you see it-its modern architecture adds a striking contrast to a city otherwise known for its antiquity. Inside, the hotel is just as startling: think circle sofas, bright modern lighting and abstract art prints. Five meeting... More

From $91

10 iQ Hotel Rome

4 stars
4.5 / 5 45 reviews

Via Firenze, 8 Map

Free WIFI & Free Access to Gym & Sauna

The iQ Hotel Rome is a complex focused on 'made-to-order' vacations, meaning staff are on-hand 24/7, and this Rome hotel operates much more like serviced apartments than typical hotel rooms. Customize your stay however you like, whether thats grabbing a vending machine... More

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  • Rome
  • Vatican City and Saint Peter's Basilica

    Explore the Vatican museums, the Sistine Chapel and catacombs of the saints. Climb the cupola (dome) of St. Peter's for an angelic view of St. Peter's Square.

  • Trevi Fountain

    This Baroque beauty is the muse of filmmakers and romantics alike. Toss a coin in, and you'll support food programs for the city's poor.

  • Pantheon

    Watch the sun pour in from the oculus onto 2,000 year-old marble floors. This temple-turned-church is covered in artwork and holds the tombs of the united Italy's first king and the artist Raphael.

  • Roman Forum

    Walk cobbled streets covered in ruins so ancient a tour guide is recommended. Too tired? Take the elevator to the top of the Vittorio Emanuele II Monument.

  • Villa Borghese

    Stroll lush gardens filled with fountains, and find sculptures and paintings by Bernini, Raphael, Rubens and Caravaggio in the Galleria Borghese. The Spanish Steps are nearby.

  • Capitoline Hill

    Here you'll find the Roman Forum and Michelangelo's grand Piazza del Campidoglio. Take in the artwork at the Capitoline Museums, including the statue of Constantine.

  • Piazza Campo dei Fiori

    Don't sleep in, or you'll miss this famous morning market. And when in Rome, put on your shades, bring your own bag and look for the longest lines.

  • Castel Sant'Angelo

    Cross the Ponte Sant'Angelo to this Tiber River fortress. From mausoleum to military refuge, papal residence and prison, it's now a museum defended by the Archangel Michael.

  • Colosseum

    Journey back to ancient Rome in this giant amphitheatre, worn down through the centuries by age, earthquakes and gruesome battles. Snap photos under the Arch of Constantine.

  • Spanish Steps

    Scale the grand staircase from the Barcaccia fountain to the Trinita dei Monti church. The streets double as catwalks for glamour as the see-and-be-seen strut into high-end shops and restaurants.

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