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Rome is one of the most remarkable cities in the world. From the ancient Colosseum to the Vatican, Rome deserves the millions of visitors that flock to her decadently marbled streets each year. With all of the promise that the Eternal City holds, make sure you have an unforgettable visit for the right reasons.
Here are 6 mistakes to avoid when you head to Rome :. Crowds in Rome can be colossal in the summer. Photo by Tostie June, July and August are popular months to take vacations and Rome might seem like the perfect location for one. Lines become impossibly long restaurants and toilets included and what should be a fun trip can quickly turn into a torturous ordeal befitting a gladiatorial battle. If you have any choice, avoid these months. I visited in late September when the sun was still shining, but not baking, and the streets were busy but not jam packed.
See the Colosseum without the crowds. Photo by lightmatter. Standing in line is not what you traveled to Rome for. One of the best pieces of advice is to visit in the late afternoon when the crowds are ever-diminishing.
Another line-busting tip is to buy your ticket at the Roman Forum. Few tourists realize that the Colosseum ticket is dual entry with the Forum and can be bought at the lesser site with smaller crowds. I visited the Roman Forum at lunchtime, hit the Colosseum at p. There is no reason to eat badly in Rome. Photo by norwichnuts. Sadly, many unscrupulous restaurants are more interested in gaining a quick buck than making their customers sigh with culinary content.
Ask the locals or other visitors for recommendations and definitely avoid the Vatican area. Pasta is harder to serve poorly compared to a cut of meat that has probably been purchased with profits not quality in mind. See another side of Rome by night. Photo by rayced. A four-course dinner followed by a nip of grappa makes most people sleepy, but instead of heading for bed, do as the locals and explore the city of Rome by night. So long as you have your street smarts with you, wandering by night should be perfectly safe and gives you a chance to see the Rome you probably came for.