October marks the beginning of a quieter period in Rome (towards the end of tje month), but you can expect the big sites to still be busier - just not as busy as the summer and late-spring. The weather in October can be changeable, but recent years have seen it be warm and (mostly) dry.
To make the most of your visit to Rome check out the Romewise 'Rome in october' e-book, full of useful information, and answers to the following:
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What's included in this e-book?
This e-book includes a customized 3-day itinerary suggestion, specific to fall, based on our existing 3-day itinerary for Rome.
Each e-book links to live Google maps with the itinerary, but in case you don't have internet access (and you often don't while walking around a foreign city like Rome), I've also included static offline maps for you to follow.
And, the online maps include places to eat near all the sites mentioned, so you have those recommendations at hand too!
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