Travel to Rome: The City Where Love Thrives

An eternal city made up of over 3000 years of architecture, filled with love, romance and adventure!

Rome is Italy’s capital and one of the most well known destinations across the world. This historical city really speaks for itself! With its global influenced art, architecture and culture, Rome is a distinguished getaway for everyone.

Historical sites include the Forum and the one and only Colosseum, showcasing the power of the old Roman Empire. Another popular site is the Vatican City, which is the headquarter of the Roman Catholic Church and home to the Pope. This decadent, city-state is also contains the St. Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican Museums, which is home to famous masterpieces such as Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel frescoes.

The every day architecture in Rome still incorporates its previous history. For example, the 18th-century Spanish Steps is at the center of Rome’s most high-end shopping location, integrated with designer brands and designer boutiques that border the busy fashion streets of Via Condotti and Via Borgognona. Another remarkable site is the Pantheon, which dates back to the second century A.D. and holds famous Italian painter and architect, Raffaello Sanzio de Urbino, of the Renaissance era. Let’s also not forget the iconic Trevi Fountain, where visitors toss coins in and make a wish.

Despite the beautiful buildings, when in Rome, you must try the pasta! Take your significant out on a lovely dinner and taste Rome’s hearty cuisines. Experience some traditional dishes such as carbonara, amatriciana, and saltimbocca. After a romantic dinner, enjoy the nightlife this city has to offer. Activities range from seeing a classic opera at Teatro dell’Opera or go club hopping in Testaccio.

Whatever you and your lover decide to do in Rome, we highly recommend packing a comfortable pair of shoes to explore this extravagant city!

 Love Thrives Romantic Destination: Getting there!

When to Visit

Rome is a year-round destination!

Peak season – April through June, September through October

Wet season (rain, sleet, and snow) – November through February

Other considerations – Popular annual events: April (Rome Marathon, Natale di Roma), May (La Notte dei Musei), September to November (RomaEuropa Festival), October (Rome Film Festival)

Are you a good fit?

  • Appreciation for History
  • Love city atmospheres where there’s always something to do
  • Art enthusiast, including theatre, shows, and musicals
  • Foodie!

Main Airport: Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport (FCO)

United States Direct Flights: Charlotte (CLT), Dallas/Ft. Worth (DFW), Washington (IAD), Boston (BOS), Atlanta (ATL), New York (JFK, EWR), Los Angeles (LAX), Detroit (DTW), Miami (MIA), Minneapolis/Saint Paul (MSP), Oakland (OAK), Philadelphia (PHL), San Francisco (SFO)

Entry and Departure Requirements: *Quick Facts from Travel.State.Gov

Quick Facts

Six months beyond planned date of departure


Two pages


Not required for stays under 90 days.


The CDC and WHO recommend the following vaccines for Italy: hepatitis A, hepatitis B, rabies, and influenza.


12,500€ euros or equivalent


12,500€ euros or equivalent

Language: Italian is the official local language. Younger college educated individuals may speak English.

Electricity:  220 volts/50 cycles

Currency: Euro

Is this love thrives romantic destination just right for you? Let us know if you have questions. We’ll help you customize an experience that’s fitting for your specific romance travel needs.

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