Rome in a nutshell city guide for first-time visitors

City guide of Rome for first-time visitors.

A trip to the Eternal City can be eternally confusing for first-time visitors. This guide will make it easier to uncover Rome, offering lots of practical advice that will help you discover and enjoy the city in all its glory.

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Acostas on the Go says:

This guide was super helpful to watch right before our big trip to Rome, Venice and Positano!

Kathleen Wilson says:

Very informative

EJBTravels says:

Thank you so much for posting this beautiful, inspired, and inspiring video! It brings back and reinforces great memories of my first solo spring break in the city:)

Franco Tiratore says:

Many fail to realize how immense Rome heritage is, as it takes years to study and time to discover it in person. The longest empire human kind has ever seen has shaped the entire world to an extent that any other city looks ridiculous compared to it…well, if you have even a little knowledge about history, art and culture, of course. Enough said.

UzioPL says:

vetu usefull video.. it’s helpful to prepare begore journey. greetings from poland

Deagu 92 says:

#Best

Martin Kent says:

In Rome, many of the parents ignore traffic laws with their children and many of these parent are civil servants. Youth in Italy deserve law-abiding, ethical and conscientious civil servants, their future actually depends upon it. Let’s double traffic fines in capital cities and watch long overdue, law-abiding streets and adults appear, in Rome!!

Agatha says:

Anybody could please tell me where 9:05 place is? Thank You!

rosalie mericanzo says:

I was born here but had too move at 4 years old 🙁 I miss bella italia

DjIceCnS says:

7:00 We don’t give tips, because we are Jews, and we don’t believe in that.

Greetings from Israel

Hicham roma says:

bella roma

paris rain says:

I LOVE ROME!! You will too !!

daniël Crisafulli says:

I learn on school with history that Jeanne d’Arc say that the people they com outsiders in Italy come and wanne take your country. Is that real ? And a lot off childen in the Netherlands in problem or in the place where I live

RiccoCapri2 says:

I’ve been to Rome several times for at least a week each time and still find there’s a lifetime of things still to see. Rome is the most fascinating city in the world! If you get the chance to go, don’t pass it by, grab it and I bet you’ll want to go again and again! Enjoy Rome, enjoy Italy and remember – be nice to the people there and they most surely will reciprocate the same to you. ciao!

LAZY DOG says:

Interesting video.

VIVABELLAVIVAHERMANO says:

i am an African, the more i have learnt about the Roman Empire the more i have wanted to visit Rome, The Engineering and Mathematics behind the Colosseum damn!!!

Jack of the Juli says:

as a romaboo who studies roman history. I am so excited to go

Cool Beans says:

Great video, the map is very helpful.

TheFleetFeet says:

This guy sounds exactly like Chris Parnell

ANTHEYA says:

Can’t wait!

Carlo Defilippi says:

Excellent tip: October is definitely the best month to visit Rome, it’s what the Romans call “ottobrata” (not really translatable but has a very positive meaning referring to the pleasant climate, among the many amazing things the eternal city has to offer…)

avi slutsky says:

so I didn’t get the location where to stay in rome what’s the best location

Chintan Desai says:

I love ROME. Thanks for this info.

夯逼 says:

beautiful

Daniel Battle says:

My wife Tracy and I are going to experience the Eternal City for the first time in a couple of years. Did you know many films like Angels and Demons The Lizzie McGuire Movie and Roman Holiday are shot in Rome?

Travelzoom Education says:

Really Rome is nice city.!!

ᎿᏂᏋ ᏊᎲᎿᏣᏂᏋᖇ says:

Assassins Creed- Brotherhood!

Bloggers Boyfriend says:

Amazing!!!! Going to Rome next!!!! This is very helpful!!

ogeid nomar says:

Fortunately hotels are located on just about every other street. Most hotels are within a 15-20 minute walking distance from any attraction. Very accessible city, I was only ever confused with the street names being on the building walls and not traffic lights lol.

Baylee Law says:

I’ve been there. the hot chocolates are amazing!!!!!

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