Rome is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. The number of attractions can be overwhelming, so what attractions can you choose to have fun and not go crazy?

Follow in the footsteps of ancient Rome 

Ancient remains are one of the most recognizable elements of the Eternal City. These include primarily the Colosseum and the Roman Forum. Both monuments are worth seeing not only from the outside, but also from the inside, which allows you to feel the atmosphere of that era. When visiting the city, it is also impossible to visit the Pantheon - the ancient Roman temple of all the gods. 

Visit the Vatican Museums 

If you have never been to Rome, seeing the smallest country in the world - the Vatican - is a must. Its biggest attraction is, of course, the Basilica of St. Peter and the Vatican Museums. It is worth renting an audio guide that will show you around the most interesting objects, including Michelangelo's frescoes in the Sistine Chapel, Raphael's frescoes in the Vatican Stanzas and Saint Hieronymus by Leonardo da Vinci. 

Visit churches 

Roman churches are real architectural gems, hiding many treasures. Apart from the most famous St. Basilica. Peter, it is worth seeing the early Christian basilicas, including Santa Maria Maggiore and the Church of St. Paul outside the walls. In addition to the famous buildings, it is worth visiting lesser-known churches, such as the Waldesian Church or the Methodist Church. 

See the famous fountains


Fountains are among the popular attractions in Rome. These are most often baroque works, distributed in many films, e.g. in the works of Federico Fellini. The most famous are the Fontana di Trevi and the Fountain of the Four Rivers by Gianlorenzo Bernini. 


Try Roman delicacies

Roman cuisine is characterized by simplicity and traditional flavors based on garlic, onion, beans, lentils, peperoncino, lamb, sheep's cheese and excellent local wines. The most famous dishes of Roman cuisine are:

  • Cacio e pepe – classic Roman pasta with sheep's cheese and peppers. It is called "the pasta of unfaithful wives" who do not have time after a date to prepare exquisite dishes.
  • Bucatini all'amatriciana - pasta with beef brisket, red onion, tomatoes, herbs in wine.
  • Saltimbocca – a dish of veal marinated in salt and spices, served with slices of Parma ham.
  • Carciofi alla giudia – fried artichokes in olive oil served with lemon and white bread.


Listen to Italian music


What would Italy be without beautiful, centuries-old musical traditions? The whole world performs Italian music, and its most famous genre is opera. Among the most famous composers of Italian opera were Giuseppe Verdi, Giacomo Puccini and Gioacchino Rossini. It is worth going to a performance at the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma or an opera concert.

You can also combine several of these attractions into one unique All the best in Rome trip, which combines unique viewing, culinary and musical experiences. The program includes a visit to the Vatican Museums, St. Peter's Basilica. Peter and the Sistine Chapel (with an audio guide in English), a concert in the Waldesian Church performed by opera soloists from Opera da Camera di Roma (soprano and tenor) accompanied by a piano, and after the concert, guests are invited to a traditional Italian dinner at the restaurant.