13 Amazing Tips For Visiting Rome On A Budget + Free Things To Do 

Rome is one of the most impressive travel destinations on earth, but it’s not the cheapest place to visit. It’s very common for travelers to spend anywhere between €100-200 a day.

The neighborhood of Esquilino is one of the best places to stay in Rome mostly because it’s right where Termini, the main train station in Rome, is situated.

Find an Affordable Area to Stay

Visit on the Last Sunday of the Month

A regular entry ticket to the Vatican Museums is €17, which is quite a lot. However, if you visit on the last Sunday of any month, it is free!

The Roma Pass is a tourist pass that gives you free skip-the-line admission to certain attractions, discounted tickets to other museums and attractions.

Get Discounts and Free Transportation With the Roma Pass

Visit Off-Peak for Cheaper Hotels

from mid-November to mid-December or from mid-January to early March, you’ll find that hotel prices are significantly cheaper.

Find a Guesthouse  Near a Supermarket

Another easy way to stay on budget during your trip to Rome is to stay at an Airbnb or holiday apartment near a supermarket.

Visit Famous Attractions Without Actually Entering

If you’re on a really tight budget (or tight on time), consider visiting famous attractions like the Colosseum and the Vatican from the outside only.

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