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Books inspired by Rome
Our hand-picked selection of books to get you in the mood to travel
Travelscoop's Stuart's favourite novel about the ultimate likeable anti-hero. Tom Ripley is talented and scheming with a burning ambition for success that he's prepared to kill for. A gripping psychological thriller which forces the reader to question why they're willing him to get away with it. Italy forms the wonderful backdrop - and it'll make you want to go!
A well-written, tense novel in which the dead bride's father-in-law is convinced the grieving husband killed her and becomes obsessed with vengeance. Set in Rome and the streets and canals of Venice, a deadly game of cat-and-mouse builds as each becomes the hunter and the hunted.
When to visit
Italy is perfect for a Valentine getaway. Still a little cool, though warmer than the UK, it makes an ideal weekend destination to break up the winter months.
Rome in October is the perfect time to visit. The crowds have dispersed and while the temperatures have fallen, it's still a very pleasant 18°C - perfect for exploring.
Rome Blog posts
From the UK's most popular travel bloggers
17th October 2019 by PommieTravelsColosseum Rome tours that you will never forget
Visiting Italy once again I decided to find the best Colosseum tour, since I have been dreaming of seeing this place for a long time. I wanted to feel the atmosphere of old days, tough people and heroism. Looking back, I must admit that I made the right choice of my trip destination. One of the main historical Rome attractions amazes with its greatness. Everyone would be deeply impressed imagining gladiatorial battles that took place in the arena....
15th August 2019 by Rachel NicoleItaly for opera lovers
If you are a big opera fan, Italy is a great place to head to. It is quite literally the home of opera. Most historians agree that the first opera, Daphne, was performed in the home of Jacob Corsi, in Florence. From that moment, the Italians took this musical art form to their heart. So, if you want to enjoy opera in all its forms, Italy is the place to head. As you will see, when it comes to Opera Tickets Italy offers plenty of choice. Below, is a quick round–up of the towns and cities where...
16th February 2019 by PommieTravelsTop 10 things to do in Rome
Rome needs no introduction. Not only is it the capital of Italy, it is also the seat of the Papacy and its history spans over two and a half thousand years. There is so much history to see here, that you could could rent an apartment and spend weeks or even months exploring the world’s largest open-air museum. Whether you take private flights to Rome or travel through a usual flight, going to Rome will always be worth the visit. These are just some of the top things to do in Rome....
27th November 2018 by PaulRome travel guide
Holiday Extras are doing a good series of YouTube destination guides. This one covers the Italian capital city of Rome. Modern Rome is a mesmerising mix of contemporary Italy and historical sights. Millions of tourists visit every year, but make no mistake, Rome is not a city dependent on tourism in the same way as one such as Venice. We loved it!...