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Unless you don’t mind rolling the dice on your accommodations, it’s best to book ahead. This is especially true for May and June, when the Eternal City is virtually bursting at the seams; the same goes for major Catholic holidays such as Easter and Christmas. Rome is never really empty, but July–August and January–February are slower months—and the best times of year to find rock-bottom rates as well.

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