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Things to do in Rome in March

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Date: 2014-03-20 10:33:26


Author: Samuel Heenan

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Finally winter is out of the way!  Welcome spring with open arms and cram your diary full of Rome's biggest and best events taking place this March. March is usually when the tourists begin to return to the Eternal City for some sightseeing and the city is packed with things to do and places to see.

So lets have a look for those of you who have already booked to visit Rome this coming March or try to temp the others to get online and make a booking to not miss out.

Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St Peter's Tour: Monday - Saturday all month  - 09:30 and 13:30 departures

The Vatican museums is a whole year attraction, however march is a great time to visit as you will not have the huge crowds inside the museums and obviously the heat which you can imagine what the museums are like in the middle of the summertime without any A/C. So you can take the chance to visit the Vatican City and the largest collection of Art in the Christian world.

For more information and to book a Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St Peters Tour joining a group or a private tour. Book a Vatican Tour

6 Nations International Rugby Union Tournament: Saturday 15th March 2014 - 13:30

6 nations Rugby England Vs Italy

Its that time of the year when Europe's International Rugby tournament the 6 Nations in along the way. This fixture sees Italy take on England in the last match of this 5 round series. So this game could be a decider in the 2014 tournament, but for sure an excellent game of Rugby. This years fixture will kick off at 13:30 at the Stadio Olimpico and is sure to have a great family atmosphere with upto 80,000 supporters making their way to the stadium.

To arrange tickets and accomodation for the 6 nations rugby you can contact Around Rome Tours

Saint Patrick's Day Monday March 17th  2014  - ALL DAY

For those of you that are Irish or just generally like a drink and a party, St Patrick's day is a great occasion and has spread allScholars Lounge Pub Rome over the world, you will see all types of green coloured drinks, lots of guiness and people wearing leprechaun and shamrock hats. Rome is usually a great night out on St Patrick's day. Why not visit one of the most popular city centre pubs owned and run by Irish. They usually have live music for further details of what on on St Patrick's day you can visit the Scholar's Lounge Pub in Rome.


Music Concert Wednesday 19th March 2014 - 09:00PM

Skunk Anansie will be playing at the Gran Teatro in Rome. This british rock/pop bandRome concerts in March which formed in 1994 and will be playing for the firsttime an acoustic set on tour you can expect to hear some of the classics from  "Hedonism" to "Secretely" and "Because of you". The concert will take place at the Gran Teatro approx 12KM outside of the city to the north and can be easily reached from the station Saxa Rubra. For further information and to book a ticket you can contact Around Rome Tours.

Music Concert Thursday March 20th and 21st  2014   - 09:00PM

Gigi D'Alessio is one of the most famous ItalianRome concerts in March artists of today, the neapolitan sings a wide range of pop songs and will be showcasing his new album "Ora". The concert will take place at the Gran Teatro approx 12KM outside of the city to the north and can be easily reached from the station Saxa Rubra. For further information and to book a ticket you can contact Around Rome Tours.

Rome Marathon  Sunday 23 March 2014 - 08:50AM

Rome Marathon 2014

Taking place on sunday the 23rd March, the 20th Anniversary of the Rome Marathon. You could be one of the 11,000 runners expected to take to the streets of one of Europe’s most beautiful cities, taking in such fantastic sights as the Colosseum and Vatican City! The Rome Marathon starts at the Via dei Fori Imperiali in the shadow of the Coliseum. proceeds through the city passing such famous landmarks as the Piazza di Spagna, the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, the Saint Peter's and Piazza Venezia. Molto bello! Despite Rome being the 'City of Seven Hills' the race is very flat although runners will need to guide themselves through the city centre cobblestones towards the end of the course.

A great spectacle whether you are a runner or just in Rome to cheer on the thousands who take part. For City centre accomodation for the Rome Marathron this link accomodates for large groups and privates at affordable prices.

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