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Where to eat in Rome😉
As you know, Rome is famous for pasta, pizza, panini ice cream and coffee (espresso and cappuccino)😍
Who can resist?? Before I went to Rome, I have done a research for restaurants where local people are used to visiting.
My tip is to try to find shops and restaurants where are traditional and full of local people.
1. One of the most delicious ice creams in Rome!!
The Venchi ice cream! 😍 You can find it in many spots in Rome, but this chocolate waterfall is near the Fontana Di Trevi!!
I couldn’t believe that I saw waterfall! It is incredible🤎
More information about the ice cream shop:
- The 1 ball of ice cream costs ~ 2,50€
- You can find various types of chocolates
- You can try various of ice cream flavours 😍
- The status is very helpful and kind. Always with a smile in their faces😍
Don’t miss the chance to visit it!!
2. Best pizza in town! Let me introduce you the Pizza Florida Roma for a crunchy pizza 😍 It is so delicious!! I have been to Rome 4 days and I was eating pizza for 3 days🤤 (the prices are very friendly). You can find various of pizza flavours! One of my favourites was Pizza Margarita. So simply but so delicious at the same time!
3. Do not forget to try Panini or Italian sandwich! I found the Bottega Nostrana. So many paninies and so many flavours!! And guess what!! You are able to try sweet panini too!! It is perfect for the sweet lovers, like me😍
4. One more ice cream shop is Gelateria La Romana. You can try their ice cream and coffee too!! As you know, Italian are used to drinking espresso and cappuccino 😉
5. If you need a morning coffee and snack, I get you! Sciascia Cafè 1919. Maybe one of the oldest cafes in Rome! I love it for the traditional decoration and for the coffee there! 😍
6. The best for the end!!! You have to visit Trastevere village in Rome. It is a graphic place with a large number of restaurants and local shops. One of the restaurants I visited was Tonarello!! You need to go early due to the fact that there is quite a long waiting queue!! It is worth it and you will not wait for long😉 We tried pizza for sure, pasta and supplì with rice, potatoe and tomato.
Have fun and Bon Appetite 😍
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the Magic and Reality of the Trevi Fountain
The Trevi Fountain. 💙 This was my first time visiting and I was in awe! What a beautiful absolutely magical place! Located in Rome, Italy, it is one of the most famous and iconic fountains in the world. ⛲️
It is featured in many movies and photos, and is often depicted as a serene (exhibit A - the photo which I have shared with you) and romantic spot where visitors can throw coins into the fountain.
The reality of visiting the Trevi Fountain is a little different. Friends had told me it’s SOOO busy. While I thought I was prepared, I could never have imagined just how BUSY it gets. The crowds there were more than I expected. But, then again I can totally understand why.
What to expect: The fountain may be crowded with tourists, busy and noisy, difficult to get a photo with a clear view of the Trevi and can have quite a bit of litter around.
Managing expectations: be prepared for the crowds and hustle and bustle that come with this magical location. The Trevi Fountain remains a must-see place! 🤩🏼The beauty and history of the fountain make it worth the visit. If you want to see it when it’s a little less crowded, try to visit early in the morning or later in the evening when there may be less people around.
Photo tip: work those angles. There were at least another 50 people if not more around when I was taking this photo!
📌SAVE POST FOR FUTURE TRAVELS 📍 Trevi Fountain - Piazza di Trevi, 00187 Roma RM, Italy
⏰ time visited the Trevi fountain was at 6:30AM in October
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3 days in Rome | Italy🇮🇹
Rome was an unforgettable experience. In three days we have done many activities😍
Sightseeing in 3 days:
- Vittoriano building (you are allowed to go inside too)
- The Fontana Di Trevi! One of the most beautiful fountains Do not forget flipping a coin and make a wish!
- Coliseum, where you can also go inside and the ticket costs ~4€
- The Pantheon
- The Vatican City. I booked the tickets online to skip the line😊 The queue is too long, I would recommend you to book it online. Have a look at Trip.com and you will find tickets online.
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💫 A WISH FOR A CAUSE💫
The Trevi Fountain, also known as the Fontana di Trevi, must be seen on any trip to Rome. The Trevi Fountain, one of the most beautiful fountains in the world, is situated in Rome's Quirinale neighborhood. But this well-known fountain is much more than just beautiful.
Now comes the crucial part: carrying out your wishes successfully! According to lore, you must turn around, facing away from the fountain, and throw your coin in over your shoulder for your wish to come true. According to a tale, if you do this, you've ensured that you'll be visiting Rome again. Additionally, it is supposed that if you place a second coin in the Trevi Fountain, an Italian man will win your heart. That is love!
Every year, people pour almost $1 million into the fountain, and it benefits a worthy cause.
In accordance with a report from June 2017, tourists at the Trevi Fountain threw $1.5 million into the fountain. Roman charities receive the money when it has been gathered. Therefore, you may feel secure knowing that any coins you choose to toss into the fountain while visiting Rome will benefit a worthy cause. The money will continue to go to charity, the mayor of Rome promised locals and tourists only last summer. The money taken from the fountain is sent to the Catholic charity Caritas, which works to aid AIDS sufferers as well as the destitute and oppressed. Now, that’s a wish for a cause! 💫💕☺️#tripblazers #romeitaly #italytravel #urbanexplorer #celebratewithtrip
THE FAMOUS SPANISH STEPS
The steps that connect Rome's Piazza di Spagna with the French monastic church Trinita dei Monti are known as the "Spanish steps," and they were constructed between 1723 and 1726 in the Rococo architectural style (built between 1502–1587). There are three distinct terraces and 135 stairs, alluding to the Holy Trinity (the Trinità). Even though it is shared with crowds of other tourists, the view from the top of the stairs near the Egyptian obelisk is stunning. The name can be a little misleading because the French actually ordered the steps' construction (Louis XII). The Spanish Steps got their name because in the 17th century, the Spanish embassy was situated at the bottom of the stairs, in the area known as "Piazza di Spagna." Spanish steps is consequently not the official name but Scalinata della Trinità dei Monti.
The "Fontana della Barcaccia" fountain, designed by Pietro Bernini, the renowned Gian Lorenzo Bernini's father, is also located on this Piazza di Spagna. This phrase is translated as "Fountain of the Ugly Boat." This is not a reference to the sculpture's appearance; rather, it refers to the legend that the small, unsightly boat was left here after the Tiber flooded in 1598. Bernini was inspired by that.#tripblazers #romeitaly #italytravel #europeanarchitecture
💫FONTANA DI TREVI💫
One of Rome's most famous landmarks is the Trevi Fountain, which is 26 meters high and 49 meters broad and a sight not to be missed.
The Trevi Fountain, which is well-known for its elaborate artwork embellished in the Baroque style, includes a lot of background information. being one of the outstanding buildings still standing that exhibits the craftsmanship of the ancient Romans.
What’s with the coins? No matter how little you are aware of this fountain, I can assume you are aware of the custom of the currency. being one of Rome's most well-liked tourist attractions. Visitors are required to hold a coin, face away from the fountain, and throw the coin over their shoulder into the fountain as part of the ritual. According to a legend, dropping one coin into the water ensures your return to Rome, while dropping two coins predicts your return and the possibility of falling in love, and dropping three coins predicts your return, engagement, and marriage. Regardless of your intentions when tossing the coin, it is a worthwhile tourist activity to try out while exploring Rome.
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Beauty in life gets a second visit look.
this will be my third time visiting Rome and I think this time it has been the best of all. The cobblestone streets will whisk you to some of the most beautiful architecture ever built by mankind. Trevi fountain, the Parthenon and the Colosseum are just three of many architectural wonders. You can feel the Roman gladiators spirit walking by your side as you buy a fresh cannoli from the street vendor and negotiate your next destination. Rome is romantic, filled with history and was the center of the world for hundreds of years. What are you waiting for? Book your ticket and reserve your hotel because romance is just a short flight away.
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THE ARCH OF TRIUMPH 💪🏻
Constantine's Arch, 312–315 A.D.
Constantine, often known as Constantine the Great, was important for a number of reasons. These include his support for Christianity, his role in changing Roman Empire politics, and his establishment of Constantinople (modern day Istanbul). In the fields of art and architecture, Constantine was regarded as a change-agent. In addition to being an excellent illustration of the ideological and stylistic changes Constantine's reign brought to art, Rome's Triumphal Arch of Constantine also shows the emperor's scrupulous devotion to classic styles of Roman Imperial art and building.
LA VITA È BELLA 💕☺️
Rome, often known as the Eternal City, is one of the most traveled cities in the world. As a result, traveling there could be logistically challenging. Here are some pointers on how to make the most of your stay in Rome, such as how to skip lines, cut costs, and locate the greatest cuisine.
1. Give Rome at least three days.
Rome is a great place to visit, especially for first-timers. Spend at least three days in the Eternal City to take in all the breathtaking scenery and delectable cuisine. If you stay for a shorter amount of time, you might find yourself hurrying from site to site without enough time to really appreciate all the stunning old structures and sites.
2. Purchase entrance tickets for Rome's top attractions in advance.
Even in the winter, there are a lot of tourists in Rome (the low season). Therefore, it's crucial to order entrance tickets for well-known sites before showing up in person.
The Vatican Museums and the Colosseum are two of the most popular tourist destinations on earth. If you want to reserve a seat, make sure to go to their individual websites because doing so will prevent you from having to wait for a very long time. This is particularly painful during the sweltering heat.
3. Use the Roma Pass to save money.
A 48- or 72-hour Roma Pass will get you free admission to a specific number of museums or archaeological sites. For instance, the 72-hour pass entitles you to two complimentary museum skip-the-line entrances (or ancient sites like the Colosseum). Additionally, it offers you cheaper admission rates to all additional museums you visit after this one! If you want to stay longer, you may also get a 7-day pass that includes extra attractions.
My Journey to Ostia Antica Rome Italy
It is a the little details that make Ostia Antica worth the visit at Rome Italy. The ruins is actually not that well preserved and while there are apparently frescoe there of similar quality to Pompeii, the lack of staffing means they are only open to the public very rarely and abit limit. Details here, that I have not seen as well-preserved at other sites. There is a super well-preserved restaurant / bar that really gives you the feel for what the atmosphere might have been like inside a Roman restaurant an age long ago. The Casa di Diana is the best preserved insulated ( multi-storied apartment building) I have seen anywhere. Behind the theatre there is a courtyard lined with the Roman equivalent of 'guild houses, each with a mosaic announcing the trade of the guild members and publics. One of the wealthier houses has a toilet that can still be seen and there is also a well-preserved set of public toilets.
The site is uncrowded and really pleasant to wander around.If you are really love ruins and historical sites considering the tours was an option for you all discover more. I am really lucky that time because assists by my Italian friends ANDRE . Thanks bro hope to see you again soon . CIAO !!! #ostiaantica #romeitaly #rome
We were in Italy in July 2022. We were in Rome for 5 days. We visited this land mark many times as it was on way to many other attractions in Rome. At the bottom of Spanish Steps is beautiful Piazza Di Sapgna. View from top of steps is beautiful. We climbed down these steps rather than climbing up in a hot day. It is a must visit place when you are in Rome. Lots of crowds. These steps include so much history so it is a sort of must to experience this place. Quite many steps but made it till the top. Worth going! 😉 #spanishsteps #romeitaly #romevacation #rome #italytravel
RAPHAEL'S FRESCOES 🎨👨🎨
The Raphael's Rooms are without a doubt one of the highlights of the Vatican Museums, possibly coming in second only to the Sistine Chapel. The rooms served as Pope Julius II's personal quarters, and he gave Raphael the contract for the paintings. They were painted by the Urbino painter from 1508 till his death in 1520. His students carried on the job until 1524 after his death.
The Stanza della Segnatura (Room of Signature), which served as Julius II's personal library, is the most well-known space. The Disputation of the Holy Sacrament (theology), The School of Athens (philosophy), The Parnassus (poetry), and The Cardinal Virtues are only a few of the four frescoes that depict the four major areas of knowledge (Law).
The Stanza di Eliodoro ("Room of Heliodorus"), which was painted by the artist between 1511 and 1514, is the second room. With God's involvement in people's lives, the Church's spiritual and temporal power is elevated here. As an illustration, consider The Expulsion of Heliodorus from the Temple, in which Heliodorus of Antioch is seen being flogged by angels for attempting to profane the Temple of Jerusalem.
The Stanza dell'Incendio di Borgo and the Sala di Costantino are the other spaces where the students of Raphael are more active in their intervention.
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The Amazing Pantheon in Rome
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A must see place in Rome is the Pantheon, “Temple of all Gods” which is perfectly hemispherical. What is interesting is that the diameter of the dome, 43 metres (142ft), and the distance from the floor to the top of the dome is exactly equal to its diameter.
Almost 2000 years after it was built, the Pantheon’s dome is still the world’s largest unreinforced concrete dome. The Pantheon is one of the best-preserved ancient Roman buildings and has been in continuous use throughout its history.
Since the 7th century, the Pantheon has been in use as a church dedicated to “St. Mary and the Martyrs”, also known as “Santa Maria Rotonda“.
The square in front of the Pantheon is called Piazza della Rotonda and there are a lot of nice cafes and restaurants for you to sit down and enjoy a nice coffee or a meal.
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No need to tell you what this is
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❓ Did you know the famous Colosseum in Rome is the largest standing amphitheatre in the world?
ℹ️ The Colosseum is an oval amphitheatre situated in the centre of the city. It is the largest ancient amphitheatre ever built (completed in 80 AD), and is still the largest standing amphitheatre in the world. A real example of the Roman Empire’s architectural innovation.
The Colosseum was used for gladiatorial contests and public spectacles such as hunting shows, executions, re-enactments of famous battles etc. After the fall of the Roman Empire, it was even used as a housing complex (temporarily).
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CONQUERING THE ANCIENT SITES OF ROME
Taking a guided tour is the ideal way to avoid the entry-line crowds and learn everything there is to know about the well-known landmark. This one skips the lines and has a knowledgeable local guide while visiting the Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill.
It is advised to either arrive early in the morning or purchase an access ticket in the Palatine Hill because there are often less people there and the cost of entrance is combined in order to avoid endless lines that can take you many hours.
Purchasing the Roma Pass, a discount pass that provides free entry to the Colosseum without having to stand in line, is another way to avoid lineups.
Piazza del Colosseo, 00184 Roma.
Schedule Every day: 8:30 am until 7 pm
Price Combined ticket to visit the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Palatine:
Adults: € 16 (US$ 16.90)
European Union members (18 – 24): € 2 (US$ 2.10)
Children (ages less than 17) and seniors (over 65) members of the EU: free entrance
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SCENICS OF THE PALATINES
Although the Palatine Hill may be disregarded by many Rome tour operators due to the prominence of its nearby neighbor, the Colosseum, you wouldn't want to skip it. Without a full exploration of the historic city, a trip to Rome is not complete. The ruins of its ancient palaces, which were once the residence of emperors and the location of temples, are still visible from a distance. This majestic hill, which towers over the Roman Forum and the Circus Maximus, was the focal point of Rome's most significant myth, the legend of Romulus and Remus. Comprehending the Palatine and its fascinating history is essential to understanding Ancient Rome.
The Palatine is an excellent area to get away from the throng because it is surprisingly quiet even during the busiest travel season. The panoramic views are another, possibly the best in all of Rome. From a vantage point on one side, you can see the Circus Maximus and the Aventine Hill across the valley. The Colosseum, the Capitoline Hill, and the labyrinthine ruins of the Roman Forum may all be seen on the opposite side, which offers the most breathtaking views. The Palatine is the best site to get a new view on Rome and its past.
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COLOSSEUM & ITS PERMANENCE
The Colosseum, an oval construction measuring 188 meters long, 156 meters wide, and 57 meters high, became the largest Roman amphitheater. Built of brick and coated with travertine, it has five stories and can accommodate more than 50,000 people. Its boundaries were set according to social class; the higher the rank to which a person belonged, the closer they were to the arena.
The Coliseum underwent settlement and renovation work in the nineteenth century, and despite suffering damage from attacks during Globe War I, this imposing and beautiful structure has endured time and war to become a cultural landmark for the city and the rest of the world.
The Colosseum has experienced lootings, earthquakes, and even bombings during World War Two since the sixth century. The Colosseum, displaying a strong sense of survival, served for many years as a warehouse, church, cemetery, and even a castle for nobles.
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CITY CENTRE OF ANCIENT ROME
Roman Forum, also known as Forum Romanum in Latin, was the most significant forum in ancient Rome. It was located on a flat area between the Capitoline and Palatine hills. In republican times, gladiatorial battles, law courts, and public gatherings all took place in the Roman Forum, which was also lined with stores and outdoor markets. Many of the city's most impressive temples and monuments were located there throughout the empire, when it primarily served as a hub for religious and secular performances and rituals.
The Cloaca Maxima, the Mamertine Prison, the Temple of Saturn, the Temple of Vesta, the Temple of Romulus, the Temple of Castor and Pollux, and the Temple of the Deified Caesar are just a few of the buildings that have survived in whole or in part.
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One of the main attractions in Rome in endless number of cafes and restaurants suitable for a friendly chat or long enjoyable meal ,dine and wine , the atmosphere is friendly and relaxing .you can have the view of tourists walking around beautiful Rome
The Forum Rome
You can see the whole of the Forum Rome without paying by going through the hill for better view 😃. #Theforumrome #rome #romeitaly #mytripvlog
Roma Termini #romeitaly #mytripvlog
Piazza Venezia Rome Italy
Caravaggio in Rome
One of the most iconic masterpieces in Rome, Chiesa di San Luigi dei Francesi
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St. Peter's Basilica in Xmas time
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Colosseum Rome Italy 🇮🇹
Considered as the oldest amphitheater in the world. Built around 70 AD. You will find this place in most of famous movies in the world. very historical and house of gladiators before. many Christians were also persecuted in this place. Many events were held in the Colosseum like huntings, games, different shows and the like!#2023travelwish #mytripvlog #colloseum #rome #romeitaly
lovely weather at Rome
One of 7th Wonders of the World
I went to the famous Rome Colosseum during the winter and the weather was great! it was a magnificent historical monument. You must see it if going to Italy. #mustsee #romeitaly
Pantheon, most preserved monument of ancient
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