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Few cities in the world have the vast cultural heritage, and the romance and passion of Rome. The Eternal City is home to artistic and architectural treasures, incredible food and hedonistic nightlife. Book cheap flights to Rome with Flybe, and whether it’s your first visit or you’ve been bewitched by Rome before, there’s always something new and surprising to discover.

Discover Rome

Discover Rome

Whether your flight to Rome with Flybe is for a romantic city break, a weekend away with friends or a business trip, make the most of your stay with our guide on to what to see, eat and do for a truly Roman experience.

 

Synonymous with what the Italians call la dolce vita – the sweet life – Rome is the perfect city to escape the day-to-day. If you have time, the best way to explore is on foot. Lose yourself in the intriguing network of winding lanes that suddenly open out onto dramatic pale-stoned piazza.

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Rome for foodies

Rome for foodies

The phrase, “When in Rome, do as the Romans do”, couldn’t be more apt when it comes to planning where to eat. Cosy cafés, intimate wine bars, romantic fine dining restaurants and family-run trattorias that have been passed down through the generations are in abundance. For café culture, the iconic Necci, is a local favourite, as is Gina, just around the corner from the Spanish Steps. For unpretentious trattoria, you can’t beat La Gensola or Da Lucia. And for fine dining, Open Colonna with its superb menu and impressive glass roof will not disappoint.

 

As night falls, the city’s hedonistic side emerges and there’s nowhere quite like Rome to party the night away. Alexanderplatz is Rome’s most celebrated jazz venue or you might want to check out the productions at the 300-year old amphitheatre, Anfiteatro del Tasso.

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Where to explore in Rome

Where to explore in Rome

As you wander through the heart of Rome, it’s almost impossible not to come across cultural treasures by Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Bernini and Raphael. And while many of these works are housed within the museums, or adorn the walls of buildings, Rome’s cultural goliaths – the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Pantheon and St. Peter’s Basilica – dominate the city’s skyline, and rightly so. All are glorious reminders of a bygone age. If you can’t get to see all of them, try to visit one or two – and save the rest for your next visit.

 

Rome’s calendar of events is a year-round spectacle with Easter celebrations at the Vatican, various summer festivals and the autumn festival of the arts.

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