Transport in Rome

So you’ve arrived in the Eternal City – now what? Getting used to a new transport system in a foreign city can be intimidating. We’re here to help make it a smooth transition. We’ll help you get to grips with the best ways to explore the city, from reaching the center from the airport to … Read more

Ciampino Airport exterior view.

Ciampino Airport

Giovan Battista Pastine International Airport, known more commonly as Ciampino (CIA), is Rome’s second and smaller airport. Only low-cost or budget airlines operate out of Ciampino. It has flights to and from 51 cities in 23 different countries, so chances are if you’re flying a low-cost airline from within Europe, you’ll be arriving here. Everything … Read more

The exterior of Fiumicino Airport with the sign, reflecting a plane.

Fiumicino Airport

The Leonardo da Vinci International Airport, also known as Fiumicino (FCO), is Rome international airport and is the one more commonly used. It offers a wide selection of both domestic and international flights. Serving tens of millions of passengers a year, it’s the busiest airport in Italy and also ranks high on the list of … Read more

Plan Your Trip to Rome

Whether it’s your first time or a prodigal return, there are countless reasons to come to the Eternal City.  Maybe you’re a gourmand. If so, prepare to have your taste buds tantalised and your waistband put to the test.  Art historians, eat your heart out. At every possible corner, you’ll encounter a remnant of Ancient … Read more

Discount Cards and Tourist Passes in Rome

Rome is visited by millions of people every year. As expected, the city’s tourist attractions are often crowded and have extremely long waiting queues, particularly during peak season. However, it is possible to buy skip-the-line tickets that not only save you time but also include free museum visits and other significant discounts. By purchasing a … Read more

The Circus Maximus and ancient Rome landmarks

Circus Maximus

See the largest arena of Ancient Rome at the Circus Maximus.