Chiara🙋🏻♀️ Mother of two cats, curious, creative and eager to learn and discover new perspectives. IG: @tomatisoup
FrancescaI'm Italian-American from Livorno (Tuscany). I love Rome and I love history, so hit me up if you want to explore lesser known but interesting spots in the city, or just try new restaurants with me. My roommate and I can host as well, although it's just the uncomfortable sofa bed in the living room 😅
ŞehribanHey! I am a Turkish girl who live in Rome,Italy, studying in deportment of engineering at university of rome. I love traveling and meeting with new people and help them if they need cause I like being interact with other cultures.
Can host for 3 days🙋🏻♀️ Mother of two cats, curious, creative and eager to learn and discover new perspectives. IG: @tomatisoup
Can host for 3 daysJust moved to Rome from Florida. Traveling Europe for a bitty. Looking forward to making new connections ☺️ I graduated with a software engineering degree last year after spending yearssss working three jobs while going to school full time, so I am just out here seizing all opportunities to passionately enjoy being alive. Things I like to do when traveling: Eat good food, have a nice cocktail at a rooftop bar or get a bird's eye view, hike a trail or simply wander city streets, enjoy a botanical garden, go to a museum, danceeeeee, check out a live music event, and meet new people!
Can host for 3 daysI'm Italian-American from Livorno (Tuscany). I love Rome and I love history, so hit me up if you want to explore lesser known but interesting spots in the city, or just try new restaurants with me. My roommate and I can host as well, although it's just the uncomfortable sofa bed in the living room 😅
PhilippaHi, I'm Philippa and I'm interested in books, culture, cycling, diving, events & social, food & cuisine, history, nature, solo travel, sightseeing, shopping and boozing
OhaneI’m Ohane, 28yo and I love to travel and the magical of cultures exchange. My passion is food, so I’m open to try typical cuisine and cook Brazilian and German food. I’m also a festival and concert lover :)
OnikaHello, I'm Onika and I'm interested in nightlife, sightseeing, solo travel, food & cuisine, hiking, events & social, books, architecture, culture and health
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Great place to travel solo ! Really loved the atmosphere and I truly recommend traveling to Italy once in a while, please do not forget to eat some "Carbonara" (it's truly a specialty in Rome) and to see a great view of the city from via Piccolomini.Posted: June 4, 2023Experienced: May, 2023
I went there for my birthday and stayed there for 5 days. Rome at that time was extremely hot but the people were friendly and the food was really food so that made up for it. Because it js so historical there were a lot of things to see and the overall experience was amazing. However there was a lot of walking involved so I kind of needed a vacation of my vacation haha.Posted: May 30, 2023Experienced: April, 2017
Rome was lovely, it’s better to go when it isn’t heaving with tourist from around the world. Please make sure you bring very comfortable shoes, OMG! So much walking I thought my feet were going to drop. I would definitely go back to St Peter’s Bascilla and spends time in the church and take the atmosphere in. Food was gorgeous.Posted: May 8, 2023
I felt safe even walking alone at night. I stayed right near Termini and never had problems. Overall I had a great experience.Posted: April 23, 2023
I went to Rome last summer for a week alone and felt quite safe, I visited Florence for the day too. I don't speak Italian but got by on a few phrases and a lot of Italian people in cities spoke English. I did a walking tour which was good, and a tour of the Vatican which I would recommend looking at and I also did like a night-time tipsy tour which I booked through Airbnb.Posted: March 26, 2023
I went on a solo trip to Rome in March 2022 and it was amazing! I felt totally safe. I booked AirBnB experiences for some unique experiences! I went on a couple of tours and ended up making friends and going for food with them! It was a very positive experience for my first solo trip. I found the scammers/street sellers were the worst on and around the Spanish Steps for some reason but they didn’t bother me much anywhere else.Posted: February 25, 2023
I did a solo trip to Rome last year and it was incredible! I spent 4 days there and recommend doing a food tour. I always felt safe as there were so many people around so I never felt alone.Posted: February 25, 2023
I absolutely loved the 10 tastings food tour. We went to 10 different spots guided by a local, plus they threw in some extra tidbits like walking through campo di fiori, stopping into the pantheon etc. I stayed at the Yellow hostel and loved it.Posted: December 18, 2022
I was in Rome alone for 23 days in Jan and felt safe. I walked around as late as midnight. When I travel alone I do stay in more touristy areas because I think that ensures more people around late at night (which is when I love walking around the most). I stayed between the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain which was bustling from early morning to very late at night.Posted: November 28, 2022
Rome is pretty safe. I walked home late most nights, it was dark and have had no issues. I stayed central where I was able to walk to most sites I wanted, I pretty much walked everywhere when I was there, from my airbnb to the vatican all the way to pantheon, the colosseum, etc.Posted: November 26, 2022
Yes, Rome is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, as with any major city, it is important to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings. Avoid walking alone at night, and be aware of pickpockets in crowded areas.
Yes, Rome is a great destination for solo travelers. The city is generally safe and there are plenty of attractions and activities to keep you busy. There are also plenty of restaurants, cafes, and bars where you can meet other travelers and locals.
Yes, Rome can be expensive for solo travelers. Accommodation, food, and transportation can all be costly. However, there are ways to save money, such as staying in hostels, eating at budget-friendly restaurants, and taking public transportation.
Visit the Colosseum
Take a guided tour of the Colosseum, the largest amphitheater in the world, and learn about its fascinating history.
Explore the Vatican City
Visit the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, and St. Peter’s Basilica.
Take a walking tour
Take a walking tour of the city and explore its many monuments, churches, and squares.
Visit the Pantheon
Admire the Pantheon, one of the best-preserved ancient Roman buildings.
Enjoy the nightlife
Check out the bars and clubs in the Trastevere neighborhood and enjoy a night out.
Shop at the markets
Visit the Campo de’ Fiori market and browse the stalls for souvenirs and local products.
Take a day trip
Take a day trip to Ostia Antica, the ancient Roman port city, or to Tivoli, home to the Villa d’Este.
Visit the Catacombs
Explore the Catacombs of Rome, a network of underground burial chambers.
Enjoy the food
Taste the delicious Italian cuisine in one of the city’s many restaurants.
Relax in the parks
Spend a day in one of Rome’s many parks, such as Villa Borghese or Villa Ada.
Yes, Rome is generally considered safe to travel alone. However, as with any major city, it is important to take precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.
Rome is generally safe at night, but as with any large city, it is important to be aware of your surroundings and take precautions to ensure your safety. Avoid walking alone in unfamiliar areas, and be aware of pickpockets in crowded areas.