3 Days Walking Tour In Rome
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  • Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano

    Very beautiful church. One of the 4 papal basilicas in Rome. Being such, it's extremely large and beautiful, but much less busier than going to the Vatican. Come here and spend 30-60 minutes if you like looking in detail at the architecture, art, and layout.
  • Scala Santa

    The church is very small and unassuming & takes less than 10 minutes to see if you bypass the staircase. The reason to go is for the very steps our Lord Jesus walked upon.
  • Colosseum / Coliseum

    Amazing place full of rich history. It's one of the must see places when you drop by in Rome and it's also one of the most accessible monuments in the city.
  • Roman Forum / Foro Romano

    This is ancient Rome, what's not to like!! However the layout is hard to figure so a guided tour of some kind is really beneficial if you want to understand. But it's also nice to just wander around and be awestruck.
  • Circus Maximus

    The ancient chariot racing tracks of Rome are now a large field, where locals enjoy concerts as well as mega-screen broadcasts of important soccer matches. It gives you an amazing view of the Palatine hill.
  • Trastevere

    Wander down the river into the charming neighborhood of Trastevere to enjoy its many bars and piazzas. Here, you will find many people enjoying a drink or two in the middle of the piazzas.
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  • Sistine Chapel

    The amount of art, quality of architecture, and a plethora of images reserved for textbooks await in this breathtaking museum and church.
  • Castel Sant'Angelo

    The Mausoleum of Hadrian, usually known as Castel Sant'Angelo, is a towering cylindrical building. It was initially commissioned by the Roman Emperor Hadrian as a mausoleum for himself and his family. The building was later used by the popes as a fortress and castle, and is now a museum. The Castle was once the tallest building in Rome.
  • Piazza Navona

    Absolute breath taking fountain. The obelisk is amazing and the details on the 4 major sculptures are worth hours and hours of seeing. Please go to this place and spend some time observing the details around the knees and the calves!
  • Pantheon, Rome

    One of the most beautiful and well-preserved buildings in Rome. 80% of the floor is original making it over 1700 years old! The oculous is the only source of sunlight in the building and the floor is slanted to allow for proper drainage when it rains. This building is really incredible!
  • Campo de' Fiori

    This charming piazza and ancient meeting point vends flowers and spices by day, and will delight your senses with its many smells and charming music. The market closes in the afternoon, and the piazza then becomes a happy gathering point.
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  • Villa Borghese

    The Villa Borghese Gardens is a beautiful place to visit while in Rome. Very family oriented and makes you feel like you are strolling through the park like in the movies. It's peaceful and serene yet you can here and enjoy the music that is played by the locals.
  • Borghese Gallery and Museum

    Very nice gallery for the fans of renaissances art. The collection of statues is impressive. The gallery has good paintings too. A bit small compare to other museums but definitely worth it.
  • Piazza del Popolo

    One of the most beautiful squares in Rome, deeply historical and very important if one wants to go shopping, being that it leads to the three main shops streets.
  • Spanish Steps / Spanish Square

    Beautiful staircase. You can look over much of Rome at the top.
  • Quirinale Palace / Palazzo del Quirinale

    This government building offers beautiful views of the city as well as impressive architecture to enjoy.
  • Trevi Fountain / Fontana di Trevi

    Beautiful fountain. Best to visit it in the evening as the lighting adds to its beauty. There are numerous restaurants and shops close by for you to explore.