The best part is that some of those world-class attractions are also some of the free things to do in Rome. Yes, really.
Here’s a list of things that are always free in Rome – there’s never an admission charge to get in – plus a few that offer free hours on certain days of the week. Enjoy an extra helping of gelato with the money you’ll save.
Knights of Malta Keyhole || creative commons photo by Galen Crout
Colosseum || creative commons photo by Yoal Desurmont
Yes, when attractions are free on one day per month (or even less frequently), lines can be insanely long. Personally, I’d go on a skip-the-line tour instead.
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