Rome, with over nine million international tourists per year, it’s become one of the most popular cities in Europe to visit. There's so much to see and do in Rome - from visiting Ancient Ruins, visiting the Vatican City as well as trying the Roman Cuisine, there’s endless opportunities for those wishing to get an incredible experience from the city. However, with so much to see and do, it can be hard to see everything that’s been talked about and promised, especially with such a small time frame when visiting. Although, the saying goes “Rome Wasn’t Built In A Day”, as this attests to the need for time to create great things. With hundreds upon thousands of years passing with a range of different buildings, landmarks and attractions being built, it can be overwhelming with what to see and do first. However, I managed to see the main highlights of Rome without compromising on the quality of my experience as well as the itinerary of my day. Therefore, without further ado Rome Wasn’t Built In A Day, But I Managed To See It In A Day - here’s my itinerary for my day in Rome.
Throughout the day there were a range of different souvenirs bought for family and friends. These gift shops were located around Rome but were located near tourist destinations such as Termini, The Colosseum, The Vatican City as well as The Trevi Fountain. Moreover, even though this was one of my busiest days, it only highlights the majority of the main attractions that can be found throughout Rome. Therefore, each person will have their own idea of what they would like to see and visit while in Rome. This is simply an outline as to how much one person can accomplish throughout the day - dedicating time to shopping, breaks as well as finding somewhere to eat. Moreover, if you are in Rome for simply a day then make the most of it and if you’re spending a long weekend in Rome then make the most of it! Rome has so much to offer and needs to be taken advantage of while there.
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