Rome is always surprising us, it is definitely one of the most loved cities in Europe but it can be one of the most expensive ones in the old continent, but luckily for tourists, the city has many things to do and see for free.
In today’s article we will be sharing a list with 5 posts where you can visit for free in the city, including big museums and iconic tourist spots. Take a look:
1- Trevi Fountain:
Let’s start with a classic, the most famous and iconic fountain in Rome. It is located right in the center of the city, and try to avoid weekends and peak times because the fountain gets really crowded and sometimes it is hard to stay a lot of time admiring.
Once you are there, don’t forget to follow the tradition and throw a coin in the fountain while making a wish.
2- Spanish Steps:
One of the most wanted places to take photos in Rome, tourists are just obsessed with taking many and many selfies here.
You won’t spend a cent visiting the Spanish Steps and will have a lot of and also have many pictures to show to your friends and family.
3- Vatican Museums:
It is impossible to visit Rome and not make a stop at the Vatican. Do you know it is possible for free? Yes, that is great news! Every last Sunday of the month, Vatican museums are welcoming tourists for free.
The Vatican Museums are full of history, with many artworks from the old and contemporary times. Be ready to face some crowded lines.
4- St Peter’s Basilica:
Considered as the most famous Cathoilc Church around the world, you must visit the Basilica. The best news? it is completely for free except if you want to see the view from the top, then you will need to pay.
5- Villa Borghese Park:
You are about to visit the most popular park in the city, located also in the center of Rome.
The Park has beautiful views, where it is possible to enjoy the day while you are having a picnic or just enjoying a walk by yourself.
To get there is possible by metro, at the Flamino Station.