Things to do in Rome in March.
The best time to do a tour of the Colosseum and Forum if you are looking for things to do in Rome in March is on March 15th as this is the anniversary of the death of Julius Caesar, Romes most important figure. You can view Julius Caesar’s grave underneath the temple of Julius Caesar where each year during the “ides of March” people lay down flowers to commemorate Romes great dictator who died in 44B.C.
The weather in Rome is perfect for out door tours this time of year. Temperatures reach no more than 75 degrees farenheit compared to 105 degrees in the Summer. We offer two great out door tours, A Rome City Center tour and a Colosseum and Forum Tour. Regarding tourists, March is still a quiet time as most people wait until Easter to visit Rome which can often be overwhelming with crowds. This means that tour groups can be as small as 6 people compared to groups of 25 people in July and August.
If you are a rugby or basketball fan and you are looking for things to do in Rome in March, Rome is a great place to be. Scotland play Italy on St Patricks day(17th of March) and of course March Madness begins on the 11th of March. The best place to watch any sports is Scholars Lounge which is one of the biggest Irish pubs in Europe.