Day 1 - 16 Nov 2021
Content: We stayed here for the entire trip but we don’t recommend it.. it isn’t clean! 👎🏻
Content: We spent the afternoon at Colosseum, we enjoyed the sunset and spent some unforgettable moments.
Content: The food was good 😁
Day 2 - 17 Nov 2021
Content: It is the largest fountain in Rome. Taking a picture is almost impossible, as tourists take it assault, especially for the toss of the coin. Self you want to admire it quietly and alone it is better to wake up a little earlier!
Content: It is a temple dedicated to all deities Roman. It consists of a circular structure and a portico that supports a pediment.
Day 3 - 18 Nov 2021
Content: It is a Baroque-style Catholic Church overlooking the Piazza Sant'Ignazio. It was built in 1626 for the need to allocate additional spaces for the students of the Roman College. At the entrance to the church you will find a large mirror (as you can see from our selfie ahaha) that will allow you to see the fresco on the ceiling in a very close way.
Content: It is one of the most famous squares in Rome, dominated by the fountain of the Four Rivers. A curious legend tells that couples who go around the fountain in the sense counterclockwise they break up shortly after.
Content: The food and location are good
Day 4 - 19 Nov 2021
Content: The square takes its name from the palace of Spain, its headquarters of the Iberian embassy to the Holy See. Here you can also find the La Chiesa della Trinità dei Monti. If you are sporty, you can climb to the top of the chapel and see the square from above.
Content: Carbonara is mandatory here!😜
Content: It is located on the right bank of the Tiber and connected to the Vatican City. It is not always considered among the unmissable monuments of Rome but it deserves a lot. If you also want to visit the interior, the ticket costs € 13, while the reduced ticket for under 25 costs € 3.
Day 5 - 20 Nov 2021
Content: We spent the whole day here. It is a busy area with tourists but very pleasant. The sunset was amazing!
Day 5 - 20 Nov 2021
Content: Very good.
Day 6 - 21 Nov 2021
Content: it is one of the largest parks in Rome (about 80 hectares) with gardens, fountains and lakes. Here you can spend a relaxing day!
Content: Mc is always a good idea!
Content: It is part of the Vittoriano architectural complex. It was built to celebrate the greatness of Rome and represents the unity of the country and the freedom of its people. Don't just look at it from the outside: going up to the terrace is free and offers a different view of Rome!