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Special events for your holiday in Rome

Rome is beautiful in every season  – whether in spring, summer, autumn or in winter.

Special events, such as the Labour Day Concert on May 1st, the International BNL Tennis Open, the Befana on Piazza Navona on December 6,  or late-night shopping during the Vogue Fashion night, we have collected all the highlights for your holiday in Rome.

Fortunately, the climate is generally mild in Winter while beautifully sunny and hot in the summer – but to help you relax after a day out, here are the best accommodations in Rome, all equipped with air conditioning and heating for your comfort.

Check out our special offers.
You could find the vacation home of your dreams directly in the center of Rome!

 

Support Sustainability in Rome with Formula E
Spring in Rome
Have a need for speed? The Formula E returns to the streets of the EUR in south Rome for an adrenaline pumping, high speed, all-electric car race. Since 2011 Formula E has taken to the streets to promote a greener, cleaner form of car racing that takes place on city streets. From Hong Kong to […]
Celebrating Carnival in Rome
What to do in Winter
The history of Carnival in Rome is a long one, rivaling the Venetian Carnival today. Carnival represents the 8-11 days or so leading up to Mardi Gras (Martedì Grasso in Italian, which this year takes place on March 5, 2019) and celebrated with period costumes (children these days dress up as contemporary cultural characters), parties, […]
A spot of tea on a brisk day: Afternoon Tea in Rome
What to do in Winter
Fancy a cup of tea to warm up in Rome this chilly season? Rome may not be known as a tea capital in Europe and tea time may not be as culturally important to the Romans, but sure enough you can find a good cup of tea if you know where to look. Many of […]
Christmas in Trastevere
What to do in Winter
The holiday spirit in Rome is a cheerful one – all streets, from the palace-lined to the nooks and crannies are usually donned with twinkling garlands, boughs and bows of all sorts, and signs sporting Buon Natale and Buone Feste (Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays). There’s a kind of retro flare to the Eternal City during Christmastime, and […]
Rugby in Rome: Six Nations Rugby League
What to do in Winter
For six nations – England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, and Wales – rugby is serious business. For avid rugby fans and novices alike the Rome-based matches are lively athletic events that take place in the historic Stadio Olympico in the northwestern corner of Rome. Whether you’re a rugby pro or just looking for some athletic […]
Discover what’s new in Rome’s Food Scene: Taste of Roma 2018
Visit Rome in Autumn
Calling all foodies! The second half of September each year marks the opening of one of the season’s most delicious festivals in Rome: Taste of Roma. Visit the festival and explore over 70 different dishes and wine pairings by the city’s most celebrated, innovative, and upcoming talents. Now in its 7th edition, the Taste of […]