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The Essential Guide to Rome

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INFO: Neighbourhoods, Museums, Sights, Restaurants, Nightlife, Day Trips, Shopping & more

 

A lifetime isn’t enough to explore Rome. But if you plan ahead, a short period of time can give you a grand picture of the Eternal City. Just remember one thing: Rome isn’t just about the monuments, the museums and the views… it’s a lifestyle. And if you want to immerse yourself in this thousands-year-old city, this insider guide will become your best friend!

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WHAT’S INSIDE

Best Neighbourhoods of Rome

  • Discover 6 of the best neighbourhoods of the Eternal City
  • Information on what to see, where to eat and where to drink for each neighbourhood

Top Sights & Top Museums in Rome

  • Discover the best sights to visit in Rome. From famous ones to lesser known gems
  • Discover the best museums to visit in Rome, from archeological to exhibition spaces

Best Gelato in Rome

  • Taste scoops of freshly made gelato! Discover the best gelaterias in Rome.

The Best Nightlife in Rome

  • The best aperitivo bars: indulge in Italian happy hour in our favorite aperitivo bars in Rome
  • The best bars: grab after dinner drinks in our favorite bars in Rome
  • The best clubs: dance the night away at the coolest clubs in Rome
  • The best summer hangouts: head to the coolest summer nightlife venues in Rome
  • The best rooftops: grab drinks at sunset overlooking Rome in our favorite rooftop bars

Shopping in Rome

  • Our guide to the best shopping streets in Rome

Shopping in Rome

  • Discover the best and most unique day trips from Rome

More Useful Content

  • That’s not all! Find out everything from the best current exhibitions and local experiences to our favorite pizza places

2 reviews for The Essential Guide to Rome

  1. 5 out of 5

    I just loved it!! A must buy if you are visiting Rome.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Great value for money! Loved the neighborhood sections with everything to see, eat and drink in specific areas. I changed my plans after reading it!


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