How much does it cost to stay in Rome

Prices range from budget hostels to luxury apartments in five-star hotels in Rome.

Accommodation Prices for Two in Rome

For a week-long stay (for example, 5 nights in Rome, 1 night in Florence, and 1 night in Venice), the cost is around 1000 EUR, plus the cost of an Italian visa. This amount includes accommodation in 3 or 4-star hotels (the cheapest hotel in Rome costs at least 50 EUR per night), breakfast (sometimes dinner as well), insurance, and 5-6 sightseeing excursions.

If you plan to have dinner at a restaurant, expect to spend around 25-40 EUR (in the city center, it can be around 60 EUR). In general, the cost of accommodation in Rome for a week will be a minimum of 2000 EUR.

One of the best ways to make your stay in Rome inexpensive is to stay at a campsite. They're usually on the outskirts (an hour's drive from the centre) - you can stay in a cabin or pitch your own tent on site. The campsites have showers, bars, laundrettes and even saunas, so you should be able to live comfortably. The cost is around EUR 10-20 per bed.

Additional Expenses:

  • Headphone rental during excursions (around 2 EUR);
  • Souvenirs;
  • A bag of roasted chestnuts from street vendors — 2 EUR;
  • Car rental with a driver (500-2500 EUR per day depending on the brand);
  • Public transportation (around 6 EUR for a train ride, around 2 EUR for a 100-minute bus or tram ride). Taxi fares start at 3 EUR on weekdays (from 6:00 to 22:00) or 6.50 EUR for night rates. The average tariff is around 1.5 EUR per kilometer;
  • Entrance fee for climbing the dome of St. Peter's Basilica — 5 EUR.

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