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Insider Highlights

  • The Pantheon - It’s a rare treat to visit the Pantheon, Rome’s ancient Roman temple-turned-church, at the moment, as the number of people allowed in is restricted (no ticket required), so you get to experience it without the crowds.
  • Campagna Amica Market - Rome’s finest farmers’ market takes place 10.30am to 7pm Saturday and Sunday by Circus Maximus, and reopens after the summer at the end of August: head here for the best olives, honey, truffle oil and more.
  • The Appian Way - This is a great time of year to visit the gorgeous Appian Way, the ancient Roman Road to the northeast of the city; our concierge can help you to arrange your visit.
  • Rome’s Museums – The fabulous Capitoline Museum and the Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, with their extraordinary Roman mosaics and sculpture, are open to visitors who book in advance online.
  • Colosseum - Rome’s ancient amphitheatre is also open, and again, numbers are controlled so it’s an exceptional time to visit Rome’s iconic sight. You need to book tickets online in advance.
  • Vatican Museum - This is the perfect time to experience the Vatican as never before: it’s essential to book ahead and entry is controlled, so you’ll have the rare experience of seeing the Vatican’s treasures without the usual crowds, including the Sistine Chapel and stunning Raphael rooms. 
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