A magical moment is a walk through Rome at night; don't miss it.
How to get there
Italy's largest metropolis can be reached by the modern Frecciarossa train from Milan in just 3 hours. Of course you can also fly directly from Switzerland. No matter whether train or flight, a city trip to Rome is worth it at any time of the year.
Rome and the Vatican
Rome is not only the state capital, but is also home to the Vatican State, which is located in the middle of the city. Here lives and works the spiritual head of the Catholic Church, the Pope. The Vatican City State is the smallest recognized state in the world, which you must see when you stay in Rome.
Rome's History and Works of Art
In Rome, you can't help but look at the history of the city. Everywhere the eyes are spoiled with history and works of art. The lively Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, the fountain of Trevi with the statue of Neptune (in the evening singles throw a coin into the fountain to find the great love), the Spanish Staircase, the Castle of Angels, the Colosseum or St. Peter's Basilica are just some of the works of art you will encounter during your city break. It would take months to explore and admire them all!
Gastronomy in Rome
In addition to the many impressions of the city, you can also enjoy excellent Italian cuisine in Rome. In the Gelateria Giolitti, for example, over 100 different types of ice cream await you - simply divine. In Rome there are many markets worth visiting. Stroll in the morning through the market stalls at Campo dei Fiori and watch the hustle and bustle. In the evening the Campo dei Fiori with its countless wine bars and small restaurants becomes the meeting point of the city.
With your city travel specialist to Rome
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On your next city trip to the Dolcefarniente in Rome we wish you a lot of fun, enjoy your stay!
Visit of the Vatican Museums, St Peter's Basilica and Sistine Chapel (place of the Pope's election Conclave) without waiting in line and exclusive visit of the Vatican Gardens with guide. » When: 1.4.-31.10. Mon/Fri/Sa at 8.30 am in E. Duration: 5 hours.
Vatican Museums, St. Peter's Basilica, Raphael's Room and Sistine Chapel (place of Pope Election Conclave) without queues, admission in museums included. St Peter's Basilica is closed on Wednesday. » When: year round Mo-Sa at 09.00 am. Duration: 3.30 hours, multilingual audio commentary (incl. English).
Visit the legendary art collection of the Galleria Borghese followed by a walk through the park of the Villa Borghese. » When:1.4.-31.10. Tu-Su several times a day in E, 1.11.-31.3. Thu + Su at 09.00 in E. Admission included. Duration: 3 hours.