Please be aware that Daylight Saving Time
(DST) changes in Rome do not necessarily occur on the same date every year.
In Rome, DST starts on the 2nd Sunday in March and ends on the 1st Sunday in November.
Facts About Rome
Information for Travelers
Rome, the capital of Italy, is a city so filled with icons of antiquity and the Christian faith, it's hard to know where to go first.
Your own interests will govern your choices, but there are some places that are almost mandatory landmarks in Italy and throughout Europe, such as the Coliseum and the Pantheon.
A word of caution: try to vary your experiences when exploring Rome so as not to visit too many ancient sites or churches in a row.
The famous Trevi Fountain is the place every tourist should go to toss their coin.
Rome is so big it can be overwhelming, so even the most devout tourist should take some time to relax and enjoy la dolce vita in a park or sidewalk cafe.
Rome is a cosmopolitan city with nearly 3,000 years of world-class history of art, architecture and culture.
Ancient ruins such as the Forum and Colosseum testify to the ancient power of the Roman Empire.
Vatican City, seat of the Roman Catholic Church, is home to St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican Museums.
These sites are home to masterpieces such as Michelangelo's frescoes in the Sistine Chapel.
Read about Rome in Wikipedia