All you need to know to visit Rome at Easter
Easter is a wonderful time to visit Rome. The months of March and April in Rome, when Easter weekend falls, are perfect from a meteorological point of view in Rome and religious celebrations.
For the visitor, Easter does not pose major problems in Rome.
However, Easter is a big holiday for Christians and affects the number of people in Rome (it’s very crowded!) And you need to plan well to visit the Vatican City.
People travel from all over the world to participate in the Easter celebrations in the Vatican. It is a big event with processions and services taking place every day over the Easter weekend. Pope Francis will celebrate each of them.
Of significant impact is the “Via Crucis”, a procession that takes place at the Colosseum and moves along the Roman Forum to the Palatine Hill. The Pope will remember the journey made by Jesus holding the cross, stopping in 14 places that represent the Via Crucis. This is an extremely popular event, so you can’t miss it.
Easter Saturday, also known as Holy Saturday, is when the Easter Vigil is celebrated by Pope Francis in St. Peter’s Basilica. You can head to St. Peter’s Square to be part of it.
The Easter Sunday mass will be in St. Peter’s Basilica as usual, it is free, but to participate it is necessary to book tickets well in advance. To follow, at 12.00, the “Urbi et Orbi” blessing.
The day after Easter is also called Easter Monday, and in the Catholic liturgical calendar, Monday of the Octave of Easter.
If you stay in the city, as usual Rome offers many alternatives: exhibitions, theater shows and concerts and even free tours to discover Rome in the evening.
A proposal for outdoor activities in Rome
Are you planning to spend Easter and Easter Monday in Rome? The proposals on what to do and see in the city are many.
But if you’re looking for something special, less known, that makes you live a different experience, you’re on the right page!
During the days of Easter and Easter Monday, Rome STARBIKE offers guided tours and electric bike tours in the city, to discover our history.
Explore the city with outdoor activities, but without stress or fatigue, thanks to our brand new top-of-the-range bikes with assisted pedaling.
What better days than Easter holidays to stay outdoors and enjoy the city, without the traffic of working days?
Whether you are a tourist visiting the city, or you live in Rome, our electric bike itinerary suggestions are ideal during the Easter holidays and spring days!
Why can the electric bike tour be done effortlessly?
Because the electric bicycle allows you to select the degree of fatigue you want to tackle.
You can Select levels from 0 to 5.
In this way you have the possibility to choose whether to take a relaxing walk or to do sport activities.
The bike tour is also suitable for families and children
Since you can decide what degree of difficulty you want to tackle the course, carry children will be easier.
Children from 0 to 10 years can be transported without the effort of the additional weight, in the child seat or with trailer bike (trailer bike).
Which routes can be done by bike at Easter and Easter Monday in Rome?
All our tours are available by reservation, on Easter and Easter Monday and in spring bridges!
We offer different types of bike tours, depending on your interests:
- Cycling on the Appia Antica at Easter and Easter Monday.
- It includes the Appia Antica Park, the Roman Aqueduct and Mausoleo di Cecilia Metella.
- The historic center of Rome by bike combined with virtual reality, using 3D viewers to discover the city as it was 2 centuries ago.
- Appia Underground Adventure: One of The top Rome Tours is the Spectacular undergrounds on the Appian Way and guided tour of the Catacombs of San Sebastiano.You will descend 40 feet through a Roman quarry that stood witness to the passage of time.
- Street Food Tour: mix of history and culture of the Roman tradition, from the architectural and… culinary point of view.
- “Rome by Night” evening tour: to enjoy the most evocative views of the city in the calm of the Easter holidays.
***Attention! Visitors are advised that during Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday, due to religious celebrations, there may be slight variations in the route.
For any info on the routes in those days you can contact us at: +39 375 626 1525 or write to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org