With spring and the approach of the Easter bridge and April 25, the best time to visit Rome begins.
In this period, in fact, in addition to new exhibitions and shows that enrich the already extraordinary historical and cultural offer of Rome, there is also the possibility of visiting the great monuments in the evening or taking advantage of the very favorable climate to enjoy the many spaces greens of Rome or take part in the many guided tours around the city to learn about the most famous streets and squares of Rome.
In the warm season, the evening events begin that allow you to get to know Rome and its wonderful monuments in a very suggestive light:
The Colosseum by night , with a wonderful 2.5-hour guided tour that after a tour on the Capitol and along Via dei Fori Imperiali will take you to the Colosseum and visit the arena and the dungeons at night, when there it is very few people and a magical atmosphere
Evening openings of Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel , which come back every Friday and allow you to visit this wonderful museum with a guided evening tour with more tranquility than the normal opening days
Rome by Night in Segaway , which, starting from sunset, for 3.5 hours, will take you to the most beautiful and famous places of Rome: Trevi Fountain, Piazza San Pietro, Piazza Navona, Trastevere, Campo de ‘Fiori.
Parks, villas and other tours
From April to October, thanks to the extraordinary climate of Rome, it is also the best time to visit the many historic villas and parks near Rome:
Tour of Villa Adriana and Villa d’Este , the beautiful and famous villas of Tivoli, about 20 km from Rome, and that this 7-hour guided tour allows you to visit them with peace of mind and without stress, considering that the bus transfer to the villas is included
Ancient Appia Tour and Parco degli Acquedotti by bike, with which, accompanied by a local guide, you will cross the Roman countryside and the most beautiful and most important road of ancient Rome (the regina viarium ) , and you will see the splendid Roman aqueducts, and the many Roman ruins including the Circus of Maxentius, the Tomb of Cecilia Metella, the Catacombs of San Callisto.