What is the cheapest month to travel to Rome?

Rome is one of the world’s most famous and historic cities to visit in the world.

Some of the cheapest months to travel to Rome is in February. During this month it’s still winter in Rome, so there aren’t a lot of travellers around. Let’s get into some of the best places to visit when you’re in the capital city of Italy.


The Colosseum is the most exciting attraction in Rome and one of the most famous buildings in the world. The Colosseum held gladiatorial games and over 50,000 people would be able to watch in their seats.

Today you can now walk around and through the Colosseum. We highly recommend buying tickets to see the inside or to do a tour to learn more about the history of the Colosseum.

Arch of Titus

The Arch of Titus is one of the two oldest remaining arches from the Roman Empire! The arch is 50 feet tall and is right near the Roman Forum and the Colosseum.

Emperor Domitian built the arch in 82 A.D. as a tribute to his brother Emperor Titus after he died. Inside the arch, you’ll be able to see some incredible designs and sculptures.


The Pantheon is a gorgeous building inside and outside. On the outside, there are massive pillars at the entrance. As you step inside, it is a perfect sphere and the only light coming inside the building is from a hole right up the top. Further inside there are tombs for the painter Raphael, and two Kings.

We recommend doing a tour of the Pantheon. There is so much to learn about this incredible building and its design!

Trevi Fountain

Trevi Fountain is one of the most known fountains in the world. The fountain is 85 feet tall and 65 feet wide, so it’s certainly hard to miss when you’re looking for it! The fountain has white stone sculptures with cold water pouring into the base.

When you see Trevi Fountain, you might spot some people throwing some coins in the base. This is because of the 1954 movie, Three Coins in the Fountain. Before the movie, it was also a tradition in ancient Rome to throw coins into the river or ocean. Throwing coins in the river or ocean meant you’d get a safe passage from the gods who ruled these waters.

If you visit in February, you’ll get a cheaper holiday and also avoid the peak season that summer usually brings! You’ll be able to get some photos of the attractions with no one else in the way.

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