Rome is home to the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Fontana di trevi, the Vatican, over 900 Baroque- and Renaissance-era churches, and innumerable antiques. Maybe it is because of this that we have the saying “Rome wasn’t built in a day”. In addition to being Italy’s capital, Rome was the centre of the Western world’s arts and culture for centuries and is now a living museum.
It’s not easy to visit every landmark in Rome, so it’s essential to plan your trip well. Every inch of this city seems to capture a moment of history, which competes for your time. Start your first landmark with understanding how prosperous Rome was at Palatine Hill. Then go to the Colosseum, the world’s largest amphitheatre, close by is the Roman Forum which was the centre of Roman life for centuries. End your day with a visit to Fontana di Trevi. The day after, visit the Vatican City to get a feel of The Basilica of St.Peter’s grandeur and then immerse yourself in the beauty of Renaissance arts at the Vatican Museum. Another interesting place is Basilica of Santa Maria Cathedral at Trastevere.To end your trip, walk along Tiber River and choose amongst the many dotted restaurants.
After more than 17 months of renovation, the Trevi Fountain, one of central Rome’s most historical attractions, is once again open to the public. Designed by Nicola Salvi and completed by Pietro Bracci, the fountain is perhaps best known to travellers for the myth that if one should throw a coin in its water, they will surely return to Rome. The restoration of the Trevi Fountain was part of a campaign by fashion brand, Fendi. ‘Fendi for Fountains’ seeks to restore historical fountains within the brand’s hometown of Rome.
This spot offers mouthwatering dishes cooked by the famous chef, Antonello Colonna.
Lafraschetta serves popular handmade pizza and pasta in a cosy, friendly atmosphere.
This spot not only serves pizza but also other delicious Italian specialties.