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Flights to Rome will whet your appetite for la dolce vita – whether you go for the paintings or the pizza.

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  • Each adult & OFW passenger can bring one infant.
  • All OFWs must submit the required documents to avail the tax exemption.
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Flights to Rome

There’s a reason why Rome is called The Eternal City. The Italian capital is among the oldest continuously occupied cities in Europe, having been established around 3,000 years ago. The centre of the city is a Unesco World Heritage Site, and simply walking through the streets or wandering around the piazzas makes you feel closer to the past.

Rome remains a hugely sought after destination, as thousands of visitors descend on the capital each year to see its iconic sights, from the Pantheon to the Colosseum. For some, Rome’s significance lies in its status as home to Vatican City, an independent country that resides within its boundaries. It’s also where you’ll find the Sistine Chapel and its famous ceiling painted by Michelangelo, as well as St Peter’s Basilica, the world’s largest church. In the Vatican Museum, you’ll be bowled over by the art collection of masterpieces from the Italian Renaissance.

Of course, the city is not without its modern charms, and travellers catch flights to Rome from all over the world in search of the dolce vita, or sweet life. From Audrey Hepburn on her Vespa in Roman Holiday to Julia Roberts eating gelato near a fountain in Eat Pray Love, the city has always been synonymous with the pursuit of pleasure and fun.

Whatever you do in Rome, do it on foot. While the public transport system is easy enough to navigate, it’s during slow, unhurried walks around the city that you’ll discover the true hidden gems – tucked away cafes, charming boutiques and quaint bookshops, to name a few.

What to do in Rome

Listen to live music at Big Mama

When in Rome, and in search of good evening entertainment, do as the locals do. Head to Big Mama, a cosy Blues lounge in the Trastevere district that’s been keeping music-lovers entertained for three decades. Despite its reputation for Blues, expect an eclectic line-up that could include anything from rock to disco.

Vicolo di San Francesco a Ripa 18
00153
+39 06 581 2551

Admire the view from Aventine Hill

Rome’s seven hills offer stunning views of the city. Venture into the Piazza dei Cavalieri di Malta on Aventine Hill and gaze through the famous Knights of Malta keyhole for a unique perspective. Alternatively, the view from Gianicolo Hill is just as impressive.

Aventine keyhole
Clivo di Rocca Savella 10
Piazza dei Cavalieri di Malta
00153

Visit the Pantheon

In Rome, the past is ever-present, and reminders of the city’s epic history are around every corner. Alongside the likes of the iconic Colosseum is the Pantheon, which dates back almost 2,000 years. Dominating a square in the heart of town, its imposing columns and impressive dome make a visit to this monument essential.

Pantheon
Piazza della Rotonda
00186
+39 06 6830 0230

Where to eat in Rome

Lo Scopettaro (Authentic Roman)

If you're a traveller with an adventurous palate, this rustic restaurant is for you. Lo Scopettaro serves authentic Roman cuisine – think veal tongue, lamb heart and tripe. There are more conventional pasta and seafood dishes too, and some really good desserts.

Lungotevere Testaccio, 7
00153
+39 06 575 7912 
 
(Italian language site)

Ristorante Roma Sparita (Italian)

This casual spot in Trastevere is said to be the restaurant celebrity chef and TV presenter Anthony Bourdain raved about during a trip to Rome. Choose a sunny table outside for lunch and order the signature tagliolini cacio e pepe (peppery pasta with pecorino and parmesan cheese).

Piazza di Santa Cecilia 24
00153
+39 6 580 0757

Mesob (Ethiopian)

If you’re in the mood for something other than Italian food, head straight to Mesob, a wonderful Ethiopian restaurant that serves some of the best meals in Rome. Chef and owner Kuki provides a warm welcome, and this is a great option if you’re looking for vegan or vegetarian food in Rome.

Via Prenestina 118
00176

+39 338 251 1621

Places to stay in Rome

The Beehive

This popular hostel is both eco-friendly and budget-friendly. The Beehive is owned by a friendly American couple who are avid travellers themselves. You'll find a garden, lounge and vegetarian cafe. The low prices are aimed at backpackers, but families and couples will be equally comfortable.

Via Marghera 8
00185
+39 06 4470 4553

Appia Antica Resort

These luxury self-catering apartments are perfect for a family holiday in Rome, and feel more like a home away from home than a hotel. Nestled in the heart of Appia Antica Park, the largest archaeological area in Rome, you’re still within a short distance of the city centre.

Via Appia Pignatelli 368
00178
+39 06 4544 8035

The St. Regis Grand Hotel

If what you crave in a hotel is old-world glitz and glamour, then a stay at the St. Regis Grand Hotel should do nicely. The spacious rooms are classically styled (although the on-site Thai spa is both modern and chic) and there’s something very comforting about the old-fashioned hospitality.

Via Vittorio Emanuele Orlando 3
00185
+39 06 47091

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