Worry-Free Booking & Free Cancellation — OurTourlane Travel Promise!
Discover the Colosseum, here pictured against a blue sky, on a Rome vacation

Rome Vacations

The top sights, highlights, tours & travel itinaries curated by our Travel Experts.

    1. Destinations
    2. Europe
    3. Italy
    4. Rome

    Travel to Rome on Vacation

    Plan a tailor-made vacation to Rome, with the help of a Tourlane Travel Expert. Our local specialists will curate your dream trip based on your own travel tastes and preferences. With its basilicas, fountains, and winding alleys opening to leisurely piazzas, the architecture and cityscape of Rome will amaze you. Punctuate your stroll through the “Eternal City” with frequent pizza, gelato, and espresso stops. Of course, you’ll want to cross the River Tiber to visit the Vatican City: Religion aside, no trip to Rome is complete without seeing the Sistine Chapel ceiling. End the day on a cozy terrace in Celio or Monti for an afternoon aperitivo. Start planning your trip today!

    1. Pantheon - ein Muss bei Ihrem Rom Urlaub


    2. Die Sixtinische Kapelle ist ein Muss bei Ihrem Rom Urlaub

      Sistine Chapel

    3. Das Kolosseum in Rom zählt zu den Top-Sehenswürdigkeiten bei Ihrem Rom Urlaub

      The Colosseum

    4. Der Trevi Brunnen ist ein Muss bei Ihrem Rom Urlaub.

      Trevi Fountain

    5. Der Petersdom in Rom ist ein Besuchermagnet und ein Muss bei Ihrem Rom Urlaub

      Saint Peter's Basilica

    6. Forum Romanum - ein besonderer Ort bei Ihrem Rom Urlaub

      Roman Forum

    Where to Go During Your Rome Vacation

    1. Pantheon

    The Pantheon inspired the Jefferson memorial and continues to be the best-preserved Roman monument, not to mention the largest unsupported dome in the world to date. Enter to admire statues of Roman gods and biblical figures which harken back to the temple’s history as both a Catholic and Pagan house of worship. The show stopper is the architecture itself, a 27-foot oculus that opens to the heavens, bathing the interior in natural light.

    2. Sistine Chapel

    You may be surprised by the austere exterior of the pope’s official residence, but it’s the inside that counts. Immerse yourself in Michelangelo's nine-part ceiling masterpiece depicting key moments from the Book of Genesis. Though five million people visit this site yearly, when you look up, your experience is utterly singular. It’s hard to believe the artist initially rejected the commission. Be sure to plan your visit to the Sistine Chapel in advance; speak to your Tourlane Travel Expert for more information.

    3. The Colosseum

    With a capacity of 87,000 people, the Colosseum remains the largest amphitheater to date. Ancient Romans frequented the six-acre stadium since 80 AD to watch bloodsport, theater, and mock navy battles—yes, they filled the arena with water. Tour the backstage, technically the “understage,” where animals and props were kept, and above ground, notice the chiseled numbers directing patrons to their seats.

    4. Trevi Fountain

    This baroque behemoth was built on the fountainhead of the ancient Virgo Aqueduct and features Oceanus, the god of freshwater. Legend has it if you throw a coin into the Trevi Fountain, you’ll return to Rome. Stand with your back to the 86 feet tall masterpiece and toss the coin with your right hand over your left shoulder. Don't worry: With a target that's 161 feet wide, you can't miss.

    5. Saint Peter's Basilica

    Saint Peter’s Basilica started as a small shrine and is now the largest church in Christendom with a capacity of 60,000. The architect, Michelangelo, died two years before the basilica’s consecration in 1626, but Saint Peter’s endures as one of his greatest works. Enter the Renaissance masterpiece to see the lavish marble interior and works by Raphael and Bernini before ascending the 450-feet dome for sweeping views of the city.

    6. Roman Forum

    It’s hard to believe now, but the Roman Forum lay forgotten for centuries. In medieval times, this archeological goldmine became a common quarry and home for cattle. Thankfully, Neopolanic excavations restored the site. Walk the Via Sacra to see the Temple of Saturn and Arch of Titus among other relics. Head west to the terraces of Campidoglio to overlook the whole valley, including the Colosseum. Less

    Visit Rome on These Tours

    1. Europe - Italy- Venice at night




      excl. Flight (p.P.)

    2. Europe, Italy, Rome, St Peters Basilica is seen from the Tiber River as the sunset casts the scene in purple and orange light.




      excl. Flight (p.P.)

    3. Discover the beautiful city of Rome on a Rome and Amalfi Coast Tour




      excl. Flight (p.P.)

    4. See the beautiful skyline of Matera on tour of Puglia




      excl. Flight (p.P.)

    Useful Information for Your Rome Trip

    Other Places to Visit During Your Tour

    1. Experience ruins in Taormina vacation in Sicily


    2. Discover the beautiful skyline of Florence on a Florence vacation


    3. Discover beautiful canals and stunning architecture, pictured here, on a trip to Venice


    4. See Naples from above Naples, with the unusually snowy Vesuvius volcano in the background, on a Naples vacation


    5. Enjoy beautiful bays and views on a Sorrento holiday


    6. Enjoy the view of the beautiful old town on a Bologna trip


    7. View of the coastline of Palermo - to discover on a Palermo holiday


    8. View of the cathedral and the leaning tower of Pisa - to discover on a Pisa holiday


    9. Discover the beautiful Italian coastline on an Amalfi Coast vacation

      Amalfi Coast

    10. See the piazza and frontage of Milan cathedral at dawn, on a Milan vacation


    11. Discover the beauty of northern Italy on a Lake Como tour

      Lake Como