We absolutely love Rome at Christmas time.
The city is all lit up and decorated, there are wonderful things to eat and it’s a great time to see Rome in an entirely different light – literally.
Will you be in Rome for Christmas? Are you worried that a lot is closed?
Well don’t worry!
Rome is quite alive and only a few places close on Christmas Eve and/or Christmas Day, but there is still plenty to do and you will not be without a place to eat!
The Christmas holiday season in Rome starts on December 8, which is the holiday of the Immaculate Conception, or Immacolata.
And when the seasons officially ends? The season officially ends on January 6, the Epiphany. This day is called the Befana in Italy.
Here’s what you need to know about coming to Rome during Christmas time:
• Is everything closed in Rome on Christmas?
• What can I do on Christmas Day in Rome?
• Where can I eat on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day?
• Is Rome crowded at Christmas?
• When do they light the tree at the Vatican?
• What’s the weather like in Rome during Christmas time?
• Are there Christmas Markets in Rome? Where are they and what are they like?
• How can I get tickets to midnight mass at the Vatican? How can I see the pope during Christmas?
So…follow our Blog or Facebook Page, we will answer every question in the next days
Tomorrow let’s begin!
After a day of sightseeing in Rome and Trastevere the best place to rest is placed in Trastevere; HOSTEL TRUSTEVER located in Via Francesco Benaglia, 13.