How to see Rome in a Day

I’ll show you how to see Rome in one day. this suggested Rome on a date in a race starts at 7:30 a.m. Vatican and ends by 5:00 p.m. at the Colosseum. there’s a lot to see in Eternal City. so we’ve created the perfect route to get you from point A to Z. Rome is located in the region of La Co south of Tuscany where you can find Florence and north of Campania, where you can find Naples and the Amalfi Coast. there are two major airports in Rome, if you’re staying near a metro station, definitely take it to get to the Vatican. from Termini train station, you can get the a or redline and take it six stops to metro stop Ottaviano. so it’s 8 a.m. right now, we’re going to the Sistine Chapel.

we did a privilege entrance Express tour. it’s like two and a half hours, so we should be done by about 10:00 a.m. okay, after the tour we’re gonna go up to the top of St. Peter’s Basilica on our own, then we’re gonna head in the historical center. Do you want to do Rome in a day? you got to get up early and you got to get going, there’s a lot to see and you want to get it done before the crowds arrive. if you want to do things right, purchase a tour of the Vatican Museums, this way you will see all the most important masterpieces here. amazing stories about the artists and not get lost in this massive complex. while Nevada commune to see the Sistine Chapel Rafal looms and st. Peter’s Basilica, I recommend climbing up to top of the dome for an amazing view. so at the end of the dome climb yak at the climate that looks at all I got was climbing a rope. this incredible photo will be a great topic of conversation with you. travel opinions over great local dinner.

Time to hop on the metro line, a red line towards the Spanish Steps which is just three stops away. a whole five-minute ride craving the 18th century, the Spanish Steps are locating one of Rome’s most desirable neighborhoods. they are directly in front of the acondo key which is a world-renowned Street for the highest of high-end brands. if you hate your money shop on Via Condotti.

if you want to enjoy a longer lunch we suggest a sit-down stop at ginger. it’s great but if you plan on finishing your date 5 p.m. you’ll sadly need to cut out the panthéon m Piazza Navona from this itinerary. more information we found on our blog for the sit-down lunch itinerary, a short walk in the Spanish Steps you’ll find Rome’s famous fountain. now might be a hot day and you could be tempted to create that dolce vita scene with Anita Ekberg wading through the fountain. we’ll follow trevi fountain is a pop culture icon as well as arguably the world’s most beautiful and recognizable fountain. it was built in the 18th century and if it wasn’t so crowded night and day it’d be Rome’s the most romantic sight. the story goes that you need to throw one, two, or three coins in the fountain. it’s not just about throwing here now let’s see how far I can get it. okay, one at least like 20 feet probably.

walk and you’ll find yourself faced with the oldest and most impressive building in Rome. the Pantheon! Cool! the Pantheon is one of Rome’s greatest structures. this structure dates back to the second century AD. it was commissioned by the great Emperor Hadrian and the architect is unknown. regardless the building is an incredible shape it is often argued among scholars that the dome is probably the best-preserved structure from antiquity. it is still the largest solid poured concrete dome on earth. this structure features the tombs of Italian icons like King Victor Emmanuel and Raphael. the focus is on the Oculus or the hole in the dome, even rain can get in. it’s pretty awesome! do not come to Rome and miss the Pantheon. so how many minutes walk you think it’s been between the Pantheon in Piazza Navona? actually six minutes or even better.

learning near this Piazza used to be like a circus. like Circus Maximus, but yeah he had a circus here and it’s actually still shaped like the original circus. you can see the buildings are all built on the foundation of the stands, and the center instead of having like horse races they had like athletic matches like wrestling matches and all kinds of Olympic style sports. pretty cool! Piazza is pretty, incredible! today you’ll see some incredible fountains, in the center the fountain of the four rivers by John Lorenzo Bernini, in front of it the Church of st. Agnes and agony. it’s also an incredible work of art by Beto Meany.

and reality after six minutes from Navona you’ll be in Largo Argentina. you may not have heard about this place before, so I would save this route for the true. I got to see everything. in sight people, Largo Argentina is most commonly referred to as a place where Julius Caesar was murdered. although this is a myth it was not far from the truth he was murdered just a few blocks away. steps from the theatre Pompeii today you can see ruins of four of Rome’s oldest temples. which date back as far as the fourth and fifth century BC. you also see a ton of cats as it is a modern day cat sanctuary.

after Largo Argentina, on your way to the Colosseum, you’ll be in Piazza Venezia. where you can find the Victoriano and Trajan’s column. trade-ins column is an incredible structure. depicting trade-ins conquest and victory over Dacia it is by far the most impressive feat of architecture area featuring an internal staircase that allows people to go to the top. in a time of the Romans, the Victor Emmanuel monument is one of the most visible buildings in the city of Rome. and it’s the city’s was inaugurated in 1911 to commemorate victor Emmanuel ii the first king who unified Italy since 1921. the monument holds a Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and has the eternal flame of Rome. which is guarded by two soldiers. this eternal flame goes back from ancient Roman legend. if you have more time, we recommend climbing the cap line Hill. visiting the cap line museum and heading over the top of victory Emmanuel building. it’s a beautiful view but if you’re limited to a day you may have skipped it.

you’ll be able to see our next and last destination from Piazza Venezia. you guessed it, the Colosseum, a great place to end your walking route through. Rome is the Colosseum. the history of this structure goes back 2,000 years. it has inspired so many different cultures and eras of mankind. it provided bread wine and blood. ancient Romans shelter to the people. the Middle Ages inspiration and materials to artists a renaissance and one of the world’s most beloved tourist attractions. starting with the grand tour of Europe to present-day air and rail travel. the key to planning a visit the Colosseum is skipping the line! you can do that in two ways one buy your ticket online or in advance, or to buy a tour. if you do do a tour, try to schedule between 8 a.m. and 9:30 or after 2 p.m. this way you can do the Vatican in the morning and the Colosseum the afternoon. Colosseum tours vary each day. for those planning a solo visit, we’ll meet you inside. the tour guide was told me that gladiators, look more like Danny DeVito than Arnold Schwarzenegger because you know anything later you’re gonna think like muscular six-pack abs all buff but in reality, they were kind of chubby men. ok, a little bit of fact because they said that the fat was like insulation from the sword. you know to protect them. it makes sense, although the film’s don’t portray it that way. if you’re making good time, I recommend going over the Palestine on your ticket for the Coliseum, includes entrance there and it’s an awesome sight so check it out

Published by Sasha Kuznetsov

Traveling is my life. Visiting new places is my hobby. Meet new faces is my dream

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