To help recharge your batteries after Christmas, why not book a trip to Rome in January?
Sure, it may be a little chilly (although warmer than the UK) but the city is much quieter with less tourists meaning you'll almost have it to yourself.
Plus, pizza tastes delicious no matter the temperature!
We've found a lovely little deal on our Holiday Finder -- two nights at a 4-star hotel over a weekend, with breakfast and flights included, from £94* per person -- bellissimo!
Booking info Timeframe: 1. Jan. 2020 - 29. Jan. 2020
This holiday package is flexible and you can easily adjust the duration, month, amount of travellers and departure airport of the holiday.
Please note -- *Prices are correct at time of publishing, based on the sample dates provided and are subject to fluctuation, depending on availability. Prices are subject to change. Inventory may be limited. Special T&C’s may apply.
*The above prices do not include city / tourist taxes that are / may be payable at the hotel.
- Travel duration: 2 nights (longer or shorter stays possible)
- Example date: 11th - 13th January 2020
- Flight + Hotel package from Loveholidays
- Departure airports: London, Bristol or Manchester
- 4* Hotel delle Province
- 4/5 TripAdvisor
- Board basis – Breakfast included
- Hand luggage included
- Based on 2 adults sharing
- ATOL protected holiday
- Not your dates/travel party size? Adjust search according to preference
Price breakdown for 2 adults sharing:
- Check-in luggage £51 per bag
- Return shuttle transfers from £27 per person
About your stay
You'll be staying at the 4-star Hotel delle Province, a relaxed hotel in East Rome that's about a 5-minute walk from Bologna Metro Station.
Breakfast is included as part of the deal and the hotel puts on a traditional Italian selection with pastries, cheese, meat and fruit.
We would recommend a visit to the breathtaking Colosseum, a Roman-era amphitheatre that still stands today.
As for pizza, you can't do better than grabbing a slice at one of Rome's best-known restaurants, Pizzarium -- but be warned, it's very popular and you'll probably have to queue.
We have plenty more tips about visiting Rome here.