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Cheap Rome City Breaks

Welcome to Rome

Italy’s capital is doubtlessly one of the most amazing metropolises on the planet and every year crowds of people from all around the world decide to book Rome weekend breaks to take in the treasures and masterpieces of Roman art and architecture.

Although it was once the biggest city on earth, the capital of the largest empire in the world and nowadays the centre of the Christian world, it is a pretty compact city. This is good news for the people who spend their holidays in Rome as the bulk of the most popular attractions are within easy reach of each other.

Last Minute Rome City Breaks

No other city comes close. It may no longer be the capital of the world, but Rome is an impressive, brimming metropolis housing lost empires. Once your Rome weekend break is booked and you arrive there, you’ll be hooked.

Rome has lots of ways to entertain holidaymakers, from the superb thrill of feeling centuries of tumultuous history all around you, or getting in touch with your inner gladiator at the Colosseum.

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Weekend Breaks to Rome

Rome is a city where you feel cool just walking through the roads, catching the sunlight on your face outside a café, or enjoying a long lunch. It’s a location that encourages you to take things easy. If you don’t feel like visiting a museum, there is no need to on Rome city breaks as everything is outside on the roads.

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Things to do

The Vatican and St Peter's Basilica Once you are on cheap holidays in Rome, make sure to visit the Basilica of San Peter and the Vatican museums - you will surely be impressed. We can also recommend our cheap Paris city breaks or Argadir holidays in Morocco, if you are interested in other cultural and historical experiences.

Pantheon Competition is fierce, but the Pantheon is Rome’s most astounding edifice. This Roman temple has been standing for almost two thousand years, and it’s a unique adventure to enter its astonishing doors and have your vision directed upwards, just as it would have been for the ancient Romans.

Colosseum The Colosseum is the most exceptional of all Rome’s monuments. It’s not just the massive size of this amazing monument, but the sense of its bloody history that resonates: it was here that gladiators met in fights to the death and prisoners fought off lions about two thousand years ago.