10 Fun things to do in Rome
It’s already summer time and the weather is getting hot while the sun is higher than ever. If you are planning to come to Italy, the capital can’t be missed so here’s a list of 10 fun things to do in Rome.
Rome is so huge that the time for visiting it on foot seems an eternity. Segways are here for you! Riding a segway is so simple and fun that once you step on you don’t want to step off anymore! Lead by a local and knowledgeable guide, in just 3 hours you can see the most important sights of Rome and learn some curiosities about them. So what are you waiting for? Choose time you prefer and start this experience!
Have you ever wanted to become a gladiator? Well, this is the chance you won’t miss. At the Gladiator’s school, during the two-hour lesson, you will learn how to fight with authentic weapons used by the gladiators of ancient Rome.
Don’t just imagine how Rome was in the past, see it with your eyes! How? Experience the ancient Rome through a special virtual reality viewer. In a journey back in time it will be possible to understand how Rome changed during the centuries and the monuments that we can still see today.
This walking tour is a perfect way to relax and unwind after a long day of sightseeing. Come to Rome and taste some of Italy’s increasingly celebrated craft beer offerings and prepare your palate for their traditional food pairings.
Think about Rome. The ancient and eternal city, where the history has marked itself, has now become one of the heart of contemporary and urban art. The range of work in the city is increasing, from works that have been present in Rome for many years, to new works that appear during the night. Find out the map of the Street Art in Rome and the Street Art itineraries.
Savour the original Pizza and learn all about it during the tour. A local guide will take you to a family run shop where you can see how a proper dough is prepared and rolled out and learn what are the best ingredient to use, whenever you want to do it by yourself at home.
Oops! Don’t forget that it’s included the visit of the place where men and wild animals were put to death: the Colosseum!
Cinecittà holds one of the most important European film and and photographic Archive and it is also inscribed by UNESCO in the registry “Memory of the World”. Visit the studios, where more than 3000 films had been shooted and 90 of them had been nominated for Oscars.
Experience an Elizabethan theatre atmosphere in the heart of the wonderful park in Villa Borghese. A little piece of ancient London, open only during summer, in the modern Rome. Imagine yourself under the sky full of stars while a Shakespearean play is taking on stage!
Work together with your family on a piece of mosaic handicraft to take at home with you and share a memorable experience. A different adventure to share during your stay in Italy. Every piece needs the help of every component of your family: a very team work is needed! Engage your kids in this creative activity and let your imagination free.
In the most ancient and eternal part of Rome, the charm of the Imperial city is still alive! Go to Terme di Trastevere and take some hours to relax in a spa. A journey back in time, dreaming in a total relax with ancient rituals that you will receive during the treatment, as the seductive bath in the donkey milk. Let yourself get cuddled by the expert masseurs during massages with oil or milk