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3 Days Tour in Rome

Rome is one of the cities in the world that you can not miss.

I’ve been there 3 times and always surprised with the way in which the past and the present
can coexist in perfect harmony.

An almost natural harmony with the incredible feeling of being able to touch the story with the tips of fingers and toes too, because definitely the best way for you to feel all this is walking the roads and piazzas and always watching because the corner something can amaze you.

I thought of a quick script for three days and I hope you enjoy.

Day 1.

map 3 days in Rome - Day 1

Since we came here to feel the history, let’s dive head on the first day.

Bring on the ruins.

Let’s start by Vittorio Emanuele Monument, a beautiful and majestic monument located in Piazza Venezia. There you will also find the tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

Climb the stairs and you will see a museum with some weapons and artifacts from World War 2 and there at the top will have a beautiful view of the city.

Next to it you will also have the Palazzo Venezia, a national gallery of art.

Once there, take a look to the side and you will see your first ruins: Marketing and columns Traianas.

Then take the Via dei Fori Imperiali and I believe that already in the middle of it you will see the world as famous and visited Colosseum (or Coliseum or Colosseum).

Before reaching it, on your right you’ll find the ruins of the Roman Forum, Palatine Hill and next to the Colosseum, the Arch of Constantine.

Inquire at the box office, for the same ticket used to visit the Colosseum includes a visit to the Roman Forum.

After that, take the Via di San Gregorio and then you may spot the Circus Maximus.

There remained a lot of it. You will see a large oval and empty circle with a few old building remains.

Entertainment events happened here and say that more Christians have died here than at the Colosseum itself.

Continue on Via dei Cerchi, turn left and find the Tempio di Ercole and later on the Basilica of Santa Maria in Cosmedin where is the Bocca della Verita.

If you still have a bit of chop, stop by the Basilica of St. John Lateran, the basilica of the Pope and the mother of all churches of Rome and the world.

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Day 2

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Today we start with another icon of the Eternal City, Vatican.

Remember, for those who want to see the papal blessing takes place on Sundays at 12 pm in Piazza San Pietro in front of the cathedral.

The entrance to St. Peter’s Basilica is free and you will have access also the tomb of the Popes, including Pope John Paul II.

The entry of people with low-cut blouses and regattas, as well as skirts and shorts are not allowed.

When I visited the basilica, it was the race and the solution was to buy a horrible shawl from a street by a price anything right.

Once there, go to the Vatican Museum. The ticket is not so cheap, but includes a visit to the Sistine Chapel.

The visit to the Vatican Museum is free on Sundays (except the last Sunday of the month) from 9 am to 12: 30h. Please visit and check all the information.

Take the Via della Conciliazione and arrive at Castel Sant’Angelo which houses the National Museum of Rome and offers an incredible view of the city. Be sure to take lots of pictures in the castle bridge with all those wonderful statues of Gian Lorenzo Bernini’s angels and even put a lock on the bridge sealing can love someone.

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Day 3

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Today we will make a beautiful walk about 3km from the main piazzas of Rome, starting with Piazza Navona.

I believe the 64 bus takes you to her. To better calculate your route, visit

Have there, go to the Pantheon which can be visited internally.

It is an ancient Roman temple guard tombs important characters in the history of Italy as the kings Vittorio Emanuele and Humberto, Queen Margherita and considered “Prince of Painters”, Raffaello Sanzio.

Go now to the Fontana di Trevi.

To reach it you will pass by Via del Corso, with shops of clothes, shoes and among others the Gallery Alberto Sordi.

When the fontana, buy a delicious gelato and sit on the steps to take in the fontana and preferably with a good company.

Then stop by the Palazzo del Quirinale, residence of the President of the Republic which can be visited as well (see information on ).

As a result, we have Piazza Spagna and Piazza del Popolo.

Near Piazza Spagna has two pathways that are home to big brand stores that are the Via dei Condotti and Via Bocca di Leone if you want to do some little shopping or drool on “carésimas windows”.

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If you have any curiosity about the tombs, stop by the Basilica and Catacombs of San Sebastiano ( – does not open on Sundays).

The tombs are empty and can be visited.

If you want to view a catacomb with bones, give an arrival in the Crypt dei Cappuccini which is the church Santa Maria Concezione dllâ near the Barberini subway station. This visit can be fitted on the 2nd day of the script after the Palazzo Quirinale.

Another idea is to go around the Via Nazionale with clothing stores, more casual shoes and accessories, which begins in Piazza della Republic, another very cool spot for you to take some pictures at night.

Before closing your road map or even use the outline presented above, I suggest you visit the website of the places mentioned because some of them may have the so-called “giorno di chiusura” ie closing day.

External Links

Palazzo Venezia –
Basilica e Catacumba de San Sebastiano –
Castelo Sant’Angelo –
Museu do Vaticano e Capela Sistina –
Basílica de San Pietro –
Instituto da Guarda do Pantheon –
Scuderia del Quirinale –
Colosseo –
Catacumbas de Roma –
Cripta dei Cappuccini –

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