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Rome in the winter, that’s something for connoisseurs and gourmets. In November, it is indeed already cold, but mostly sunny, in December with the exception of the Christmas period – and also in January, February and until mid-March are less tourists in Rome and you can roam the city, churches and museums with more peace. The Roman cuisine with its revelation home cooking fits well in the cold season and you can enjoy it in the winter without regret. I make you experts for Rome in winter.
Rome winter – Museums
The winter time in Rome is particularly suitable for visiting the museums. In particular, in the Vatican Museums, which are very busy in the high season, the visit at this time is much more pleasant. You can also enjoy the Coliseum with more peace.
Rome winter shopping – The golden rule for visitors? Don’t try to cram too much in. Rome moves at a slower pace than many northern cities, and to enjoy it you should take time out in pavement cafés as well as shopping ,ticking off all the big cultural draws.