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Are you looking for things to do for free in Rome? Nestled on the River Tiber, Rome is one of most culturally rich cities in the world. Here the ancient world greets the modern world in one big architectural embrace, there is so much to see from the Trevi Fountain to the Colosseum where gladiators once fought for their lives as entertainment.  Romes diversity means there is something for everyone even if you are on a budget.

Our frineds of Hostelworld have put together a list of 15 things to do for free in Rome and as you will see, for the next 15 days,  there is much Rome has to offer completely free of charge.

1. Explore the Vatican Museum

While you normally require a ticket to visit the Vatican Museum, plan to visit on the last Sunday of the month when it’s open free for public entry (09:00—12:30). Contained within, amongst myriad other attractions, is the Sistine Chapel, housing Michelangelo’s famous nine panels that account the creation of the cosmos and man. The museum is one of the most renowned gems in the Roman coronet and an unmissable component of the Italian tourist canon. Do not miss out on the chance to explore the inside (and outside) of this magnificent building.

Location:Viale Vaticano, 00165.
Opening hours: Monday—Saturday, 09.00—18.00 (ticket office closed at 16:00). Sunday, 09:00—12:30 (free entry).


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.
As living a private life, into the heart of Trastevere, nearby Porta Portese Market living the emotion of waking up in the Sunday morning, after a beautiful swim or a, watching outside the most famous market and being involved with careness.
As having dinner in the most famous and gorgeous corners of Trastevere, breathing the typical way of living of local Roman People as well as the Eternal City.


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