In summer, Rome is pretty busy. And in winter, it's a little chilly.
But in March, as the city starts to thaw, but just before the crowds rush in, Rome is perfect for exploring (and don't forget the pizza. Like, ALL of the pizza).
March is also a great time to visit as there are super deals to be had like this package we've found on our Holiday Finder -- 2 nights in a 4-star hotel with daily breakfast and return flights all from £98* per person.
Booking info Timeframe: 2. Mar. 2020 - 28. Mar. 2020
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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: 2-4 March, 2020
- Flight + Hotel package from Loveholidays
- Departure airports: London, Bristol or Manchester
- 4* Hotel Pineta Palace
- 3.5/5 TripAdvisor
- Board basis – B&B
- 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 £27 per person, return
About your stay
You'll stay at the Hotel Pineta Palace, a 4-star property to the west of the city, about a 20-minute drive in a taxi from the Vatican City.
The modest hotel has a Mediterranean restaurant, a laid-back lounge with an outdoor terrace and a fitness centre.
We'd recommend a visit to the Colosseum, the largest amphitheatre ever built, as well as the Pantheon, one of the best-preserved buildings from ancient Rome.
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.