Things to Do in Rome
Visit the Colosseum - Any visit to Rome is incomplete without visiting this magnificent stone architecture that takes your breathe away by offering you the rich history & culture of Roman era. Today it has become one of the icon of the city & it can accommodate close to 50,000 spectators in the amphitheater.
Walk through the history in the Roman Forum - If you want to know the past & presence of the Roman culture, then this the place that you must visit. It is one of the most important archaeological sites in the world which was a home many of the government buildings in the ancient times.
Throw a coin at Trevi Fountain - One of the most famous fountain in the world. It is famous for its popular belief that if you toss a coin over your left shoulder by your right hand, you will come back to this place soon. So visit the fountain & be part of the famous roman belief.
Visit the Pantheon - A temple which is now been converted into church is one of the must see site for the first time visitors in Rome. If possible plan your visit to this iconic place between 11am to 12pm so that you can enjoy the magnificent vision of sun-rays passing through the church & if its raining, it will even be more spectacular to watch.
Visit the Vatican Museum - Any visit to Rome is incomplete without visiting The Vatican City which is a country itself inside the peripherals of the city, which is a unique thing. Already famous as center point of Christianity, the city has 6th largest art museum in the world which is home to over 70,000 masterpieces.
Visit the St. Peter’s Basilica - Regarded as one of the largest church ever built, this is considered to be the place where the first pope was buried. Due to this fact, it has been regarded as holiest ever Christian Shrine in the world. The best day to visit this place are Wednesday & Sunday where The Pope himself comes for the prayer.
Visit the Trastevere - After traveling through the city during day-times, head across to Tiber riverfront to enjoy the dinner with a lovely sunset in the background. This place is perfect end a tiring day with lovely musicians nearby you. If you are a shopping lover & antique hunter, visit this place on the Sunday afternoon.
Visit the famous Piazza Navona - A magnificent square located on the site of Domitian Stadium is regarded as the most picturesque place in the city. In the ancient time it was a place which the Romans regularly visited to watch the games. The cafes here are exclusive, if you manage to book a table don’t forget to eat the incredible spaghetti.
Climb the Spanish Steps - Designed by a French architect & build in the Italian style, Spanish Steps are a 136 step stairway which offers you some to the most delightful views of the city. If you are interested in fashion then this street also offers you some of the finest boutiques going around the country.
Drink the Espresso - When in Rome, you must drink Espresso. The Italians are one the finest in the business when it comes to coffee making. You will often see many Roman citizens drinking espresso twice or thrice a day. Don’t miss out on this wonderful tradition.