Ancient ruins, incredible art and al fresco dining are among the many reasons why millions of tourists visit Rome each year. The Vatican Museums, Colosseum, St. Peter's Basilica, Pantheon and Trevi Fountain are all must-see attractions in the Eternal City. Plus, Rome makes an excellent base for touring other popular surrounding areas: Take a train tour to Florence and Venice, or opt for a Tuscan tour to explore San Gimignano, Siena and the Chianti Region.
It is your sole responsibility to ensure that you - and any child travelling with you - have all the travel documents necessary to enter or transit through each country on your itinerary. Please ensure you verify the requirements for each country as the required documents for the outbound portion of your travel may differ from those required on the return.
Most hotel and restaurant bills include a service charge. Make sure you check the bill to avoid tipping twice. Where a service charge is not included in a restaurant, or for a taxi driver, tour guide or other service provider, it is customary to leave a tip of 10%-15% of the bill.
Water in Rome is safe to drink.
Electricity supply in Italy is AC 220 V, 50 Hz. Sockets use the round-pin European system. Most hotels have adaptors.
The currency in Italy is the Euro.