If there’s one downside to visiting Rome, it’s that you’ll find there’s too much to do! No trip would be complete without a tour of top sightseeing spots such as the Colosseum, the Vatican City, the Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain, but there are also countless art galleries, museums, churches, markets and entertainment venues to explore.
Explore the Natural Side of Rome
Rome is possibly most famous for its architecture, but it’s also a city full of stunning natural areas. Top activities for nature-lovers include visiting the grounds of the Villa Borghese, cycling through the expansive Caffarella Park and wandering through the city’s botanical gardens at Orto Botanico. There’s also a large natural reserve just south of Rome, the Regional Park of Decima-Malafede, which is notable for being home to hundreds of different plant species.
Stay in a Green/Sustainable Hotel in Rome
If you’re environmentally conscious, you can make your stay in Rome fun, relaxing and eco-friendly by booking yourself into a green/sustainable hotel using the handy Expedia search tool. With appealing locations close to the Vatican City and the gorgeous Villa Doria Pamphili park and gardens, you can enjoy the best of Rome and take care of your carbon footprint at the same time!