The four-star Marc’ Aurelio Hotel awaits guests just a 10-minute ride from the Vatican city. With a metro station nearby, visitors can easily explore the iconic attractions of the Eternal City.
After a busy day, guests can unwind and relax in the en-suite rooms featuring TVs and bathrooms. Dining can be enjoyed at the on-site restaurant which serves up a variety of local specialities. Meals can be also followed by some cocktails at the bar.
Raganelli Hotel awaits visitors of the Enternal City with four-star comforts, a rooftop garden and a wellness centre at a location close to Vatican and the Trade Fair of Rome. All of its rooms have an en-suite bathroom and are equipped with TVs, phones and hairdryer.
Skip-the-Line Colosseum Official Guided Tour
This one-hour tour serves as an opportunity to explore the iconic landmark of Rome, the imposing Colosseum. With an official guide’s commentary travellers can discover the legacy of the Roman emperors, hear some stories about the gladiators, and learn more about the architecture of this ancient structure.
- Skip-the-line entry included
- Max. 25 people per group
Skip-the-line access to Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel
Travellers are invited to embark on a journey through art and religious history with a skip-the-line escorted entry to the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel. Founded in the early 16th century, Vatican Museums are home to the Papal collections of the most renowned classical sculptures and most important masterpieces of Renaissance art in the world. Visitors can see elaborately carved sarcophagi of the Greek Cross Gallery, marvel at the Renaissance masterpieces in the Raphael Rooms and finally tiptoe through Michelangelo’s exquisite Sistine Chapel, the crown jewel of the Vatican.
Groupon’s Guide To Rome
From famous historic sites to relatively obscure catacombs, basilicas, fountains and museums, the Eternal City has many things to offer, as historic landmarks go hand in hand with the vibrant city nightlife.
Passing through old cobblestone streets and ruins, visitors can catch a glimpse of Rome’s main attractions such as the Pantheon, one of the best kept classical architecture buildings in the world, the iconic Trevi Fountain and the Vatican Museums. Sweeping views over the city can be captured on film and camera from the Spanish Steps, where holidaymakers can unwind over a prosciutto panini or a gelato after a day of exploring numerous shopping centres and bazaars. Nestled beneath the Vatican walls, the Prati district mixes elegant office buildings with high-end boutiques and public squares, while imposing military barracks and Museo delle Anime dei Defunti provides a unique experience. Tourists can also get a taste of a typical Italian night out by visiting local restaurants, bars and clubs and enjoying a classic pizza or pasta. Rome has a Mediterranean climate with hot summers and rainy winters. From June to September the average temperature is 27°C, and may go as high as 30°C in July and August, with ten hours of sunshine a day. October and November are the wettest months of the year, while weather in December is often overcast, cool and rainy, with average temperatures dropping to 10°C.
Option 1: with Dublin flights (no tour included)
- €89-€189 for 2 nights, depending on dates chosen
- €119-€229 for 3 nights, depending on dates chosen
- €139-€279 for 4 nights, depending on dates chosen
- €149-€319 for 5 nights, depending on dates chosen
Option 2: with Dublin flights and choice of one tour
- €135-€225 for 2 nights, depending on dates chosen
- €165-€265 for 3 nights, depending on dates chosen
- €185-€315 for 4 nights, depending on dates chosen
- €195-€345 for 5 nights, depending on dates chosen
Option 3: with Dublin flights and two tours
- €169-€259 for 2 nights, depending on dates chosen
- €199-€299 for 3 nights, depending on dates chosen
- €219-€349 for 4 nights, depending on dates chosen
- €229-€379 for 5 nights, depending on dates chosen