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Roma 4 days

What to expect from this trip?

All roads lead to Rome - a saying that originated in ancient times when indeed all the roads of the Roman Empire either began or ended in Rome. Today, however, we can use it to describe this four-day trip of ours. Join us in visiting this Eternal City, explore its history, visit the most famous squares, churches, fountains and other historical monuments. Take a walk through the romantic streets of Rome, taste one of the best traditional cuisines, relax your mind and body. Go through all the roads that lead to Rome, and then return home richer for a lot of good photos, unforgettable memories and unsurpassed experiences.

ITINERARY

DAY 1, SPLIT – ROME

Meeting at Split Airport, next to the information desk, no later than two hours before the departure of the aircraft. Distribution of travel documents, check-in, and take-off of Croatia Airlines to Rome. Upon arrival in Rome transfer by bus to the hotel in the city center. Check-in at the hotel and free time for rest and refreshment. After a short break, we head to a walk through the city with a tour guide; Piazza Della Repubblica - Piazza Barberini - Quirinale - Fontana di Trevi - Piazza di Spagna - Spanish Steps. Free time for dinner. Return to the hotel and overnight stay.

DAY 2, ROME

Breakfast. Walking tour around the city, with occasional use of public transport; Church of Santa Maria Maggiore - Church of San Pietro in Vincoli, famous for Michelangelo's sculpture of Moses and the tomb of Julius Klovic. We continue on to ancient Rome; Colosseum, or Flavian Amphitheater - Palatinum - Roman Forum - Piazza Venezia - Altar of the Fatherland. A short break for rest and coffee. Continuation of the tour; Piazza Navona with the Fountain of the Four Rivers - Pantheon or Temple of All Gods - Basilica of Santa Maria Sopra Minerva. Free time for a walk and dinner. Return to the hotel. Overnight stay.

DAY 3, ROME - VATICAN

Breakfast. Walking tour around the city, with occasional use of public transport; St. Angelo Bridge – Castel Sant’ Angelo - Vatican - St. Peter’s Square – St. Peter’s Basilica with Michelangelo's dome. For the braver ones, we recommend climbing the dome with 320 steps, and we firmly claim that the view of the panorama of Rome is worth every step. Free afternoon for your own programs. We suggest a visit to the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel. Breathe Rome into its fullness and spend the evening in the colorful Trastevere district, filled with traditional restaurants, bars and street entertainers. Return to the hotel. Overnight stay.

DAY 4, ROME - SPLIT

Breakfast and check out from the hotel. Free time for exploring the city, drinking coffee in one of the squares or shopping. We suggest a tour of the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill or a visit to the beautiful Villa Borghese Park. Transfer by bus from the hotel to Rome Airport. Check-in for the flight to Split. The plane takes off at 18:00. Arrival in Split is expected at 19:10.

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Free cancellation

For a full refund, cancel at least 30 days in advance.

What to expect from this trip?

All roads lead to Rome - a saying that originated in ancient times when indeed all the roads of the Roman Empire either began or ended in Rome. Today, however, we can use it to describe this four-day trip of ours. Join us in visiting this Eternal City, explore its history, visit the most famous squares, churches, fountains and other historical monuments. Take a walk through the romantic streets of Rome, taste one of the best traditional cuisines, relax your mind and body. Go through all the roads that lead to Rome, and then return home richer for a lot of good photos, unforgettable memories and unsurpassed experiences.

ITINERARY

DAY 1, SPLIT – ROME

Meeting at Split Airport, next to the information desk, no later than two hours before the departure of the aircraft. Distribution of travel documents, check-in, and take-off of Croatia Airlines to Rome. Upon arrival in Rome transfer by bus to the hotel in the city center. Check-in at the hotel and free time for rest and refreshment. After a short break, we head to a walk through the city with a tour guide; Piazza Della Repubblica - Piazza Barberini - Quirinale - Fontana di Trevi - Piazza di Spagna - Spanish Steps. Free time for dinner. Return to the hotel and overnight stay.

DAY 2, ROME

Breakfast. Walking tour around the city, with occasional use of public transport; Church of Santa Maria Maggiore - Church of San Pietro in Vincoli, famous for Michelangelo's sculpture of Moses and the tomb of Julius Klovic. We continue on to ancient Rome; Colosseum, or Flavian Amphitheater - Palatinum - Roman Forum - Piazza Venezia - Altar of the Fatherland. A short break for rest and coffee. Continuation of the tour; Piazza Navona with the Fountain of the Four Rivers - Pantheon or Temple of All Gods - Basilica of Santa Maria Sopra Minerva. Free time for a walk and dinner. Return to the hotel. Overnight stay.

DAY 3, ROME - VATICAN

Breakfast. Walking tour around the city, with occasional use of public transport; St. Angelo Bridge – Castel Sant’ Angelo - Vatican - St. Peter’s Square – St. Peter’s Basilica with Michelangelo's dome. For the braver ones, we recommend climbing the dome with 320 steps, and we firmly claim that the view of the panorama of Rome is worth every step. Free afternoon for your own programs. We suggest a visit to the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel. Breathe Rome into its fullness and spend the evening in the colorful Trastevere district, filled with traditional restaurants, bars and street entertainers. Return to the hotel. Overnight stay.

DAY 4, ROME - SPLIT

Breakfast and check out from the hotel. Free time for exploring the city, drinking coffee in one of the squares or shopping. We suggest a tour of the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill or a visit to the beautiful Villa Borghese Park. Transfer by bus from the hotel to Rome Airport. Check-in for the flight to Split. The plane takes off at 18:00. Arrival in Split is expected at 19:10.

What’s included

Included in price

- Transport by Croatia Airlines on the route Split-Rome-Split

- 1 piece of checked baggage up to 23 kg (sum of dimensions up to 158 cm) and 1 piece of hand luggage (up to 8 kg, sum of dimensions up to 115 cm - 55x40x20 cm)

- Transfer in Rome: airport-hotel-airport

- Accommodation with breakfast in a 3* hotel on the basis of 3 nights (double and triple rooms)

- Travel companion

- Local tourist guide

- Obligatory travel health insurance 

Price does not include

- Airfare and fees

- Surcharge for single room

- Tickets for cultural and historical monuments and museums 

- Public transport tickets

- Surcharge for excursions

- Surcharge for meals that are not in line with the program

 

Important

- It is necessary to arrive 2 hours earlier at the meeting point.

Border, visa, and health formalities:

Citizens of the Republic of Croatia do not need a visa for Italy, but a valid identity card or passport is required for travel. Passengers who are not Croatian citizens are obliged to find out about the visa regime of the country they are traveling to on the website of the Embassy of the country of which they are citizens.

In case of loss or alienation of the travel document, the nearest Croatian representation in Italy is located in Rome.

The Embassy of the Republic of Croatia in the Italian Republic (Rome) is located at Via Luigi Bodio 74/76, 00191 Roma, Italy.

Contact information: tel. 0039 06 3630 7650, 0039 06 3630 7300, 0039 06 3630 4630, fax. 0039 06 3630 3405, 0039 06 3630 3269, e-mail. vrhrim@mvep.hr.

Information related to Covid-19

Anyone entering Italy is required to complete the Digital Passenger Location Form (dPLF) (https://app.euplf.eu/#/).

To enter Italy, you need a Digital EU Covid certificate that meets one of the following conditions:

- Completed vaccination cycle against Covid-19 (2 or 3 doses) or

- Recovery from disease caused by Covid-19 virus or

- Negative PCR or antigenic test performed by swab (PCR test must not be older than 72 hours and antigenic must not be older than 48 hours before entering Italy)

In case of impossibility to present a digital EU Covid certificate, i.e., Covid passport, entry into Italy is allowed only under the condition of self-isolation for 5 days after which an antigenic or PCR test is performed. Children under the age of six are exempt from the obligation to undergo a PCR or antigenic test. Minors (aged 6 to 18) traveling with a parent who is not subject to self-isolation (because the parent has a vaccination certificate or a certificate of cure) are also exempt from the isolation obligation but must present proof of testing by smear with a negative result. From 1 February 2022, the duration of the COVID certificate has been reduced from 9 to 6 months.

From January 10, 2022, to March 31, 2022. Only people who have Covid confirmation that they have been vaccinated against the SARS-COV2 virus and people who have recovered from the virus will be able to participate in most social activities and use public transport - buses, trains, boats, etc.

The same certificate is required to enter hotels and similar structures, fairs, congress halls, restaurants, sporting events, swimming pools, theaters, sporting events, restaurants, and indoor cafes.

Until 31 March 2022, the consumption of food and beverages in restaurants, on the counter or at the table, indoors (and from 10 January 2022 and outdoors), is allowed only to persons holding a "reinforced Covid certificate" (vaccinated and cured) with the exception of children under the age of 12 and persons excluded from the vaccination campaign on the basis of an appropriate medical certificate.

In Italy, from 11 February 2022, it is no longer mandatory to wear a face mask (of any kind) outdoors, but it is necessary to have it with you. In addition, throughout the national territory, until 31 March 2022, it is mandatory to wear a face mask (type FFP2) in all means of public transport (including trains, ferries, and aircraft), during public events, whether they are held in indoors or outdoors, as well as during any sporting event (indoors or outdoors).

 

Departure point

Split Airport

Departure time

15:55

Description

Welcome to Rome - the Eternal City and the open-air museum. This place is synonymous with amazing historical monuments, squares, churches, fountains, good food, rest and entertainment.

Visit the squares Piazza della Repubblica and Piazza Barberini as well as the residence of the Italian president, the so-called Quirinale.

Visit one of the most famous and magnificent fountains in the world - the Trevi Fountain. It was built for thirty years, and its name in the figurative sense represents the three streets (tre vie) that lead to it. This stone beauty is also known for a legend that claims that every visitor who puts a coin in the fountain will surely return to Rome one day. Allegedly, for this reason, a large amount of money has accumulated in the fountain on a daily basis, but due to frequent thefts, it is regularly cleaned, and all the money goes to charity.

Another famous tourist attraction is the one called the Spanish Steps, located in Piazza di Spagna. It is the name for the 135 steps that served as the junction between Piazza di Spagna and Piazza di Trinità dei Monti.

Visit the main churches of Rome, including the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore - famous for its 75m high bell tower which makes it the tallest in Rome, the Church of San Pietro in Vincoli, the Basilica of Santa Maria Sopra Minerva - the largest Gothic church in Rome and the St. Peter’s Basilica with Michelangelo's dome - the largest church in the world that can accommodate up to 60,000 visitors.

Next stop on our way is the inevitable Colosseum, a Roman oval amphitheater and the largest ever built. Its construction began in 72, and was built under the leadership of three emperors, known as the Flavian dynasty, which is why the amphitheater is often called the Flavian Amphitheater. In the past, the Colosseum served as an arena for gladiator fights and a stage for various battles and performances, and today it is one of the most famous tourist attractions in the world.

Near the Colosseum is the inevitable Roman Forum, which was once the center of political and public life.

In Piazza Venezia there is also one of the most important monuments, the Altar of the Fatherland, dedicated to the first king of Italy, Vitoria Emanuel II.

Piazza Navona, built in the 15th century, is famous for the large fountain that dominates it, known as the Fountain of the Four Rivers. In the very center of the fountain is an obelisk, surrounded by various sculptures representing the four rivers and the continent; Danube (Europe), Nile (Africa), Ganges (Asia) and La Plata (America). Today, the square is one of the favorites in Italy, and due to its many restaurants and cafes, it has become a center of social life.

Near the square is the Pantheon or Temple of All Gods, the best preserved and only intact building from ancient Rome, whose beauty is breathtaking. According to legend, it was built on the site from which Romulus, the supposed founder of Rome, ascended to paradise, and the one responsible for its construction was an Emperor Hadrian.

The emperor also had a tomb built for himself and his family, the so-called Angel's Fortress. It is believed that it was named after an event from antiquity, when Gregory the Great allegedly saw an angel pulling his sword into its scabbard, thus marking the end of the plague. From the top of the fortress there is a beautiful view, including the Angel's Bridge, which served as a link between the mausoleum and the center of Rome.

The Sistine Chapel, which you can explore in your spare time, is located in the Apostolic Palace, which is the official residence of the Pope, and was named after Pope Sixtus IV. It is best known for the vault painted by Michelangelo, and it is where the process of electing the Pope takes place today.

Cancellation policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 7 days in advance.

 

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