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3 Days in Rome Itinerary

by Lara
3 days in rome itinerary

I went to Rome with my fiance a week ago. I was really excited because we had been planning our 3 days in Rome itinerary for a long time, even though we live in Italy, and it’s easy to get there by train. Once we stepped off the train, our adventure began, and I can say it was unforgettable.

People always talk about how fantastic Rome is, and that everyone should visit at least once. I wasn’t completely sure until I experienced the amazing culture in person.

The city has so much culture, architecture, and tourist spots that it’s impossible to see everything in just a few days. You really need at least a week to explore all the monuments and attractions. One of the must-see places is La Fontana dei Trevi, the biggest fountain in Rome and Italy.

It’s a favorite among many people and is known for its romantic atmosphere. A lot of couples get engaged or married there, so you could say it has witnessed many tears of joy.

I didn’t have that luck anyway – just kidding because we don’t like romance. Anyway, let’s get back to this cultural paradise.

Of course - Lots of photos in only 3 days in rome

After we saw the amazing view, I waited a bit to take pictures without many people, but it was too crowded. There were people from all over the world all the time. We gave up and took pictures only of the Fontana. That’s how we decided to enjoy the famous Italian ‘il gelato.’ It was incredibly tasty, words can’t describe it.

But I couldn’t help taking a photo – always snap a picture and then enjoy it. My motto. 🤣

Then I left to visit the center of Rome, especially the Colosseum, the biggest ancient arena where they used to have things like gladiator games. I got a ticket that lasted for 24 hours.

Besides just looking around, you can also get a ticket for the arena floor, which lets you go into the gladiator area. You get to see the Colosseum Outer Wall, the Second Floor, the Arena, and the Gate of Death.

The next day, we visited the Vatican. With so many attractions to see, we spent almost the entire day there. We also enjoyed the tasty pizza, known for its unique and delicious flavor. But that’s not all—we tried many other local foods in the area.

On the third day, we went to these squares: 1. Piazza Venezia, 2. Piazza di Spagna, 3. Piazza Navona,  4. Piazza del Popolo. Everything looked so big; we didn’t want to leave. Lots of people were sitting on the steps, having drinks or snacks, just enjoying the view.

On the last day, we had to leave early in the morning, so we couldn’t check out the parks, basilicas, and churches. But we’ll definitely return to see what we missed. I think anyone would never get tired of visiting Rome.

There’s so much history and cool buildings that make you want to come back over and over, 3 days aren’t enough. But for now, that’s all about our Rome itinerary. I hope you enjoyed hearing about our trip.

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