Rome – 5 Essential Travel Hacks for Visiting Rome

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Heading to Rome & Looking for Some Helpful Advice on Visiting the Eternal City Roma? Well here are five tips to help travelers get more out of their visit to one of the most wonderful cities in the world, Rome, Italy.
#1. Pre-book tickets to the Coliseum, The Vatican Museums and any other sight you can as the lines in Rome are insane.
#2. Eat the local pizza. The water in Rome is famous and that helps make for an even more amazing pizza, also you don’t have to share your pizza so get what ever you want on it!
#3. Pick & Choose your Roman sights. There is so much to see in Rome that you can’t do it all in one trip. So pick the ones you want to see the most and focus on those as you may get burned out if you try to do too much.
#4. Bring good walking shoes as you will be seeing a lot of sights one after another and the actual tourist part of Rome is very walkable, but with cobblestones and lots of sights your feet will need the support.
#5. The Pope has his audience on Wednesday mornings so get there early for good seats.
#6. BONUS: all hotels in Rome will seem expensive so spend the money and stay closer to the historic center or in the historic center as you will save time.
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