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Tips for First-Time Travellers on Flights Melbourne to Rome
Learn some Italian phrases
While many Romans speak English, it’s helpful to know a few phrases in the local language when you have flights Melbourne to Rome. Some phrases to know before you touch down at Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (FCO) are grazie (thank you), mi scusi (excuse me), parla inglese? (do you speak English?), and ciao (both hello and goodbye).
Visit major attractions first thing in the morning
Attractions like the Colosseum and Trevi Fountain start to experience large crowds as soon as the sun comes up, and continue to get busier throughout the day. For the smallest crowds when you have Melbourne to Rome flights, plan your visit to the most popular tourist attractions early in the day.
Carry cash with you
Many small shops and restaurants you’ll come across after your cheap flights Melbourne to Rome are still cash-only. You’ll also want cash for the many markets you’ll come across that don’t accept credit cards.
Museums are free on the first Sunday of the month.
If you plan your cheap flights to Rome from Melbourne for the beginning of the month, you can spend the first Sunday museum hopping around the city for free.
Top Things to Do and See
Dating back about 2000 years, the Colosseum is the most famous building to visit after your Melbourne to Rome flights. The structure looks almost as it did in Ancient Roman times when it was used for gladiator fights. Visitors with cheap flights Melbourne to Rome can walk through the Colosseum to learn more about its history and see how well preserved it is. With a central location in Rome, the Colosseum is a constant reminder of how much history surrounds the modernising city of Rome.
Vatican City makes up a walled portion of Rome and is considered to be the smallest country in the world. Vatican City is home to the Pope and is the hub of the Roman Catholic Church. Within Vatican City, visitors with Melbourne to Rome return flights can experience the famous St. Peter’s Basilica, which was built in an Italian Renaissance style. Several museums are also located in Vatican City, including the Sistine Chapel, which was painted by famous Italian artist Michelangelo. Take your passport with you because there is a passport control station as you enter Vatican City.
Like the Colosseum, the Pantheon dates back to the Ancient Roman Empire and is a must-see for visitors with flights Melbourne to Rome. It is considered to be the best preserved building from Ancient Rome and looks almost exactly as it did when it was built almost 2000 years ago. The Pantheon was created as a temple to the Roman gods. Its most recognisable feature for visitors with cheap flights to Rome from Melbourne is its tall dome ceiling that has a hole in the top, allowing light to fill up the building.
The Trevi Fountain that you can see after your flights Melbourne to Rome was built in 1732 and offers a gorgeous Renaissance style to the area. However, before the Trevi Fountain was built, this spot was an important water source for thousands of years. While visiting the Trevi Fountain, it is tradition to throw coins over your shoulder. One coin means you’ll return to Rome someday, two coins means you’ll find romance, and three coins ensures you’ll get married in the future.
Best Things to Do on Weekends with Flights Melbourne to Rome
Pompeii is a popular day trip to take when you book tickets to Rome from Melbourne. Pompeii became famous after it was covered in ash after the eruption of nearby Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. Within seconds, the vibrant city was lost. The volcano erupted so quickly that much of Pompeii was perfectly preserved. Visitors with Melbourne to Rome flights can get an idea what life in Pompeii was like.
Borghetto Flaminio Market
Each Sunday, this large market is held in Rome’s Piazza del Popolo. Vendors sell a variety of items, including antiques, vintage clothing, and souvenirs.
Go Wine Tasting
While Tuscany is Italy’s most famous wine region, there are plenty of vineyards within easy access of Rome as well. After your Melbourne to Rome flights, spend a day exploring the vineyards and tasting the local wines in the Lazio and Umbria regions around Rome.