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Rome Airports

  • Ciampino CIA
  • Leonardo Da Vinci (Fiumicino) FCO

Weather in Rome

Month Temp. (°C) Rainfall
January 7.5 82.0
February 8.5 75.0
March 10.5 68.0
April 13.5 62.0
May 17.0 46.0
June 21.0 38.0
July 23.5 20.0
August 23.5 36.0
September 21.0 75.0
October 16.5 97.0
November 12.0 117.0
December 8.5 97.0
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Population

The total population of Rome is

2,563,000 people.

Rome City Guide

Brief History

Rome, the “Eternal City” is a place where legend, history, and modern convenience collide. Once the seat of the Roman Empire, the most powerful civilization on Earth in its day, Rome was the center of the ancient world for centuries. As the seat of the Catholic Church, it continued to be a major world city straight through to the present day. Now, it is the capital of modern Italy and a top destination for shoppers, foodies, businesspeople, and sightseers alike.

Transportation

Flights to Rome come into one of 2 major international airports. Leonardo da Vinci/Fiumicino International Airport is the main destination, and it is very modern and convenient Public transportation is available either by bus or by train, and either way it is very easy for visitors to navigate. Be aware, though, that it’s closed late at night, so if you have a late flight you may be stuck with a cab. Cheaper flights to Rome on bargain carriers will often use Ciampino International Airport. It’s closer to the city, but there is no train connection. Buses and cabs are the only way to get into town.

Taxis are a common sight on Rome’s streets, but they are not easy to flag down. Like in some other cities, it is more common to wait for them at a taxi stand, since “flagging down” a cab is not the typical way for them to find fares. If you want to get around Rome the way the Romans do, then rent a scooter – these two-wheeled vehicles are the conveyance of choice for local young people.

Popular Attractions

  • There are infinitely too many historic buildings and ruins to name – in fact, it’s hard to throw a rock in Rome without hitting something historic, beautiful, or both. Many of the best sites are easily overlooked, so the best way to take them all in is simply to explore. Get out into the city on foot or rent a scooter, and poke around. You’re guaranteed to find something worthwhile.
  • While in Rome, the must-see Roman ruins include the Forum, the Colosseum, the Pantheon and the ancient Appian Way, the cobblestone pathway that was once the most heavily-trafficked road in the world.
  • Rome, the birthplace of Catholicism, has no shortage of churches and holy places – over 900, to be exact. These include, of course, the Vatican, the residence of the Pope and the center of the Catholic Church.

Food

Italy is the birthplace of perhaps the mot popular cuisine in the world. While Rome is not the best culinary destination in Italy (it falls behind Florence and Sicily in this respect) it is still far better than most cities in other countries. There’s plenty of world class food to be had. Look for numerous pasta dishes, authentic Italian pizza, and gelato, a uniquely Italian form of ice cream.

Tips for Travelers

  • Many people in Rome go on vacation during August, so shops are likely to be closed. This is inconvenient, but it can also be the perfect time to go if you want the place to be a bit less crowded.
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