3 days in Rome itinerary

3 Giorni a Roma

3 days in Rome

3 jours à Rome

3 tage in rom

3 Дня В Риме

3 Dias Em Roma

Tres días en Roma

your roman holiday

Maybe 3 days are not enough to discover all the beauty of Rome, but we will ensure that it is sufficient to relive the magic of the famous film, Roman Holiday.

From the Coliseum to Trinità dei Monti, passing by the characteristic shops of the capital.

Leave your guide book at the hotel - we will be your “cicerone” guide, showing you everything that is worth seeing in Rome.

Day 1 In the shade of the Coliseum

The undisputed icon of Rome, the Coliseum was once called the Flavian Amphitheatre.

It is no coincidence that this is the largest amphitheatre to exist on the planet and that it is one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.

Its tiers may accommodate up to 50,000 spectators, with its arena covering an area of more than 3,000 square metres.

The grandeur renders it the most fascinating windows on the history of Rome.

It is here that bloody fights of the Gladiators took place during antiquity, along with other entertainment events such as hunting exhibitions, re-enactments of historical battles and theatrical works.

Today, one may admire from up close all its superb beauty, which has been given new lustre thanks to recent restoration efforts.

Just by the Coliseum is another extraordinary monument of Rome, the Domus Aurea, Emperor Nero's urban villa that was reopened in 2014.

It is said that Michelangelo and Pinturicchio were bewitched by it - and it’s no wonder. Simply walking through the still-frescoed halls, such as the Temple of the Empire, is to step back in time to centuries past.

Day 2 Amongst the boutiques and shops

Rome is not only the Capital of Italian culture, but is also one of the most beautiful cities of the Peninsula for shopping for everything Made in Italy.

Via Nazionale is in itself a phenomenal treasure trove of surprises: next to the boutiques of the big-name international fashion brands, you will find small shops where one may buy accessories and clothes at affordable prices.

Between one monument and the next, head to Via Condotti, Via Borgogna and Via Frattina, the quintessential Roman shopping area, known as the “Trident”: Gucci, Prada, Fendi, Scervino, Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, Burberry, Chanel, Tiffany and Bulgari are just a few of the flagship stores located here, around Piazza di Spagna.

Even if you are not planning to buy anything, it is still worth looking at the beautiful window displays.

If you are a lover of vintage clothes, you could take a walk around Campo de' Fiori or Rione Monti, the epicentre of vintage couture - an absolute pleasure to wander amongst the small shops where one may find treasures re-emerging from the past.

Day 3 Strolling hand-in-hand

Rome is romantic by nature.

This must be due to its atmosphere being halfway between Cinecittà and the Roman Empire; for its stupendous villas or the picturesque streets of the centre and its historic gardens.

Coming to Rome with the one you love is something to experience at least once in a lifetime.

The romanticism lingers in many locations around the city, but it is more palpable in some areas than in others.

Starting from Piazza di Spagna and the imposing Trinità dei Monti, work your way up to the remains of the Roman Forum, make a wish in the Trevi Fountain and then stop at Villa Borghese, to wander along the lush walkways and have a rest on one of the many park benches.

When evening comes, take a trip along the Tiber River in a boat and sunset walk to the Janiculum hill.

And finally, enjoy the lights of Rome from the rooftop terrace of Hotel Artemide, maybe with one of the gourmet dishes from its Ambrosia Restaurant before you.

 

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