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the most beautiful city in the world

Rome is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and for many the best place on earth unrivaled. We will find here everything: antique monuments, unique works of art and architecture, tasty cuisine and romantic atmosphere.

The multitude of Roman monuments and attractions, however, can overwhelm us; that's why before the arrival it is worth to prepare and define a list of places that we plan to visit. On the other hand, it is not worth to base everything on a rigid plan - sometimes it is enough to "get lost" and move away from the planned route to find an amazing building, square or fountain!

visit rome

with our 3 days plan
Day 1
  • Spanish Steps
  • pincio hill
  • piazza del popolo
  • The pantheon
  • St. ingnazio
  • piazza navona
  • campo de fiori
  • largo argentina
  • trevi fountain
Day 2
  • vatican
  • vatican museums
  • castel sant'angelo
  • via dei coronari
  • via governo vecchio
Day 3
  • St. Peter in chains
  • san clemente church
  • coliseum
  • roman forum
  • palatine
Detailed plan:

Daphne Reconnaissance Walk which is a walk we highlight for you on the map, that takes you around the center, including: The Spanish Steps, Pincio Hill, Piazza del Popolo, the Pantheon, St. Ignazio, Piazza Navona, Campo dei Fiori, Largo Argentina and Trevi Fountain.

Of course, we show you where our favorite ice cream and coffee spots are, and throw in a couple of fabulous churches tucked along the way for good measure.

This walk takes about 3 hours, not including stops, so you can do some or all of it.

Detailed plan:

If this is not a Saturday or Sunday, then visit the Vatican and Vatican Museums. Saturday is very crowded and the Museums close early. On Sunday, the Museums are closed.

This is a full day, although you can do it over two days if you like. After this, you can either walk back, passing Castel St Angelo, then strolling through the center over the beautiful via dei Coronari or via del Governo Vecchio, and visit anything you missed on the first day.

Or you can take the bus up to the top of the Gianicolo hill and have a gorgeous view of the city from above, then walk down into Trastevere for dinner.

Detailed plan:

In the morning, visit St. Peter in Chains (Michelangelo's Moses), San Clemente Church (fascinating underground excavation of 2000+ yearold burial grounds.)

Have lunch, and then visit Ancient Rome, including the Coliseum and Roman Forum and possibly the Palatine

Day 1
  • Spanish Steps
  • pincio hill
  • piazza del popolo
  • The pantheon
  • St. ingnazio
  • piazza navona
  • campo de fiori
  • largo argentina
  • trevi fountain
Detailed plan:

Daphne Reconnaissance Walk which is a walk we highlight for you on the map, that takes you around the center, including: The Spanish Steps, Pincio Hill, Piazza del Popolo, the Pantheon, St. Ignazio, Piazza Navona, Campo dei Fiori, Largo Argentina and Trevi Fountain.

Of course, we show you where our favorite ice cream and coffee spots are, and throw in a couple of fabulous churches tucked along the way for good measure.

This walk takes about 3 hours, not including stops, so you can do some or all of it.

Day 2
  • vatican
  • vatican museums
  • castel sant'angelo
  • via dei coronari
  • via governo vecchio
Detailed plan:

If this is not a Saturday or Sunday, then visit the Vatican and Vatican Museums. Saturday is very crowded and the Museums close early. On Sunday, the Museums are closed.

This is a full day, although you can do it over two days if you like. After this, you can either walk back, passing Castel St Angelo, then strolling through the center over the beautiful via dei Coronari or via del Governo Vecchio, and visit anything you missed on the first day.

Or you can take the bus up to the top of the Gianicolo hill and have a gorgeous view of the city from above, then walk down into Trastevere for dinner.

Day 3
  • St. Peter in chains
  • san clemente church
  • coliseum
  • roman forum
  • palatine
Detailed plan:

In the morning, visit St. Peter in Chains (Michelangelo's Moses), San Clemente Church (fascinating underground excavation of 2000+ yearold burial grounds.)

Have lunch, and then visit Ancient Rome, including the Coliseum and Roman Forum and possibly the Palatine

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eat & drink

flavors of Rome
Tastes of the Eternal City

When you go to Rome, you must try the cuisine there. Although the capital of Italy is one of the most frequently visited cities by tourists in the world, traditional Roman cuisine is not as widely known as it might seem.

Numerous tourists wandering the streets, squares and alleys of the Eternal City, wanting to eat, often decide on dishes known from other regions of Italy, like pizza or lasagne. It is a pity, because dishes derived from traditional Roman cuisine are just as perfect as Rome is perfect.

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