Awesome itinerary for Rome 3 days

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Rome is incredibly popular to visit as a weekend getaway because Rome has a lot to offer. Whether you’re looking for awesome museums, beautiful ancient Roman buildings, impressive squares, and local experience, you can find it all in Rome. There is so much history in Rome that you feel like you are walking in an open-air museum.

In this article, we share the best activities for a city trip to Rome for 3 days. You will discover which neighborhood and accommodation is best for you to stay, where you can eat well, you can use a detailed map to orient yourself and more Rome tips can be found in this itinerary for Rome 3 days.

Rome city view

Why do you need 3 days in Rome?

It is important to know when you plan your trip to Rome why you need 3 days for Rome. The answer is very simple if you have less than 3 days you simply don’t have enough time. You then run the risk of planning everything too tightly and rushing through Rome. There is simply a lot of places to visit in Rome in 3 days.

Our advice is if you want to enjoy a weekend in Rome, then 3 days are the most suitable for this.

Things to do in Rome in 3 days?

Rome is a large city with sights scattered throughout the city. Rome can be divided into 3 parts, namely the historic center, Monti (e.g. the Colosseum), and Prati (e.g. the Vatican City). The activities are coordinated in such a way that travel time between different sights is minimal. This allows you to discover Rome at a pleasant pace.

Tip: below you see the map for all activities, accommodations, eateries, and metro stations. In addition, we have made a map per day, which makes it easier to orientate yourself. Click on the top right corner to enlarge the map. If you click on the star symbol next to the title you can save this map in your Google Maps account. On the map, you can show or hide different categories. You can then use this map to navigate when you are in Rome.

3 Days Rome | Day 1

On the 1st day of this 3 day Rome itinerary, you start by discovering the historic center where you will visit the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, Plaza Navona, the Spanish Steps, and sights at Villa Borghese. The 1st day is less intensive than the other two days because we take into account the fact that you may have travel time on the 1st day to get to Rome.

You have breakfast at the accommodation, after breakfast you can explore the historic center of Rome. We recommend starting between 09:00 am and 10:00 am. You can walk everything this day.

If breakfast is not included, you can have breakfast at Trecaffe. This is a nice Italian restaurant that is very small-scale, which makes it cozy. You can order a panini or sandwich here with a good cup of coffee. The panini with tomato, basil, and mozzarella is delicious to start the day fresh.

#1.1 Trevi Fountain

Start your day with a visit to the Trevi Fountain. From the two accommodations that we recommend, you can walk to the historic center in 20 minutes. The Trevi Fountain is the largest fountain in Rome and arguably one of the most famous in the world. You must visit this fountain if you have been to Rome. It is a beautiful fountain, try to pay attention to all the details of all the statues. The fountain was designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini and built in the Baroque style by Nicola Salvi.

A tradition at the Trevi Fountain is to throw a coin into the fountain with your right hand over your left shoulder. If you do this, the saying goes that one day you will return to Rome. When you toss two coins you meet the love of your life in the city and when you throw three coins there will be a marriage or a divorce.

Did you know that 3000 euros is collected daily and is donated to charities.

Rome Trevi Fountain

#1.2 Pantheon

After the Trevi fountain, you walk to the Pantheon. The Pantheon is the best-preserved building in all of Rome. The Pantheon used to be one of the most important temples in Rome, it was used to honor the Roman gods. When the Catholic faith officially became the city religion, many buildings were demolished, but the Pantheon was converted into a Roman Catholic basilica. The unique thing about the Pantheon is that the circle in the ceiling is 8.7 meters wide. Also, it is the only natural light in the entire temple.

Tip: if you want to know more about the building, you can rent an audio guide at the entrance.

Tip: if you walk from the Trevi fountain to the Pantheon you will pass two churches that are worth a visit. These are Chiesi di Sant’Ignazio di Loyola and the Basilica di Sante Maria Sopra Minerva.

Rome Pantheon

#1.3 Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona is the most famous square in Rome. This is the main square of the historic center of Rome. This square has three well-known fountains and is surrounded by beautiful buildings. The square is built in a rectangle because it used to be a stadium. Today it is one of the most beautiful places in the world to see Baroque architecture in the open air.

Our recommendation is to sit on one of the benches and take your time to take to look at all the buildings.

After you visit Piazza Navona, walk to the Spanish Steps. Here you have to walk towards the hill Pincio. This walk is nice because you walk through narrow streets. Along the way, you will pass one of the best ice cream parlors in Italy called Giolitti. Order an ice cream here, these are delicious.

During this walk, you will also pass the Basilica di San Silvestro in Capite, if you have the time this is also worth a visit. We thought the mural around the ceiling was very beautiful to see.

Do you love to bike and do you like to discover a city through a bicycle tour, this is possible in Rome, read more information via the link.

#1.4 Spanish Steps

Once you arrive at the Spanish Steps you will find yourself in the shopping area, here it is a lot busier than other places in the city. The Spanish Steps are fun to visit because it is built in a different architectural style (Rococo style) compared to most buildings which are built in Baroque style.

The Spanish Steps are the widest steps in Europe. If you go up the stairs you arrive at a small square where the obelisk Trinita Dei Monti is located. The reason it is called the Spanish Steps is that the Spanish Embassy is located in the square of the steps.

Tip: From the Spanish Steps, walk to Terrazza del Pincio. Here you can enjoy a beautiful view of the city. You can also walk from the Spanish Steps to Piazza del Popolo. This is the largest city square in Rome.

spanish steps

Lunch at Antica Birreria Peroni

Go to Antica Birreria Peroni, a place that is very popular with the locals. Because of this, it can be very busy during lunchtime, so try to be here a little earlier (around 12 to 1 o’clock). Here you can order good pizzas for a reasonable price. The pizzas are very good because they are generously topped.

We recommend the pizza with fish because these are caught in the morning and brought fresh to the restaurant. If you don’t like fish, you can of course also order other pizzas.

If you are curious about Italian cuisine and food, there is nothing more fun than taking a food tour with a local guide. During this food tour, you will walk through the historic center and you will immediately find out where nice eateries can be found. You can read more information about a great food tour through Rome here.

#1.5 Villa Borghese and Galleria Borghese

From the Spanish Steps (or Terrazza del Pincio / Piazza del Popolo) you will need to walk a bit to arrive at Villa Borghese. This is the largest city park in Rome. In this city park, you can take a beautiful walk, see many buildings and visit a zoo yourself.

The reason to visit Villa Borghese is because of the Galleria Borghese museum. What makes this museum unique is that it is one of the largest private art collections in the world. Here you can see masterpieces by Bernini, Leonardo da Vinci, and Raphael, among others.

You cannot buy tickets on-site, you must do this in advance. You can buy a ticket for Galleria Borghese here.

It is also possible to visit the museum with a guide, if you are interested in this it is best to book this tour.

Tip: if you have arrived in Rome in the afternoon, take your time to visit the historic center. In this case, we recommend visiting Villa Borghese and Galleria Borghese at the end of the third day.

Rome Villa Borghese

Where to stay in Rome for 3 days

Option 1 location & comfort: Eccelso Hotel
Eccelso Hotel
has a great location, as it is close to Vatican City. The rooms are beautiful and fully equipped. If you are looking for some comfort for not too much money, this is a good option for you. Please note, this hotel is popular and rooms are quickly fully booked.
Check prices and availability for Eccelso Hotel here.

Option 2 affordable and quiet location: Residenza Il Giglio
Residenza Il Giglio
is a guesthouse located in the south of the historic center. This guesthouse is popular because in the evening the neighborhood is quiet and during the day you are quickly at various sights. The rooms are good and in this price range, you will not easily find something else of this quality.
Check prices and availability for Residenza Il Giglio here.

#1.6 Sunset at Pincio

If you want to end the first day beautifully, go to Pincio hill. You will find this on the west side of Villa Borghese. From here you have a beautiful view. If you are there during sunset, this is one of the better locations to watch the sunset in Rome.

It’s nice because it’s very romantic with Italians playing music and the buildings of Villa Borgese make it seem like you’re in a movie set. Highly recommended!

Dinner at Spaghetteria L’Archetto

Spaghetteria L’Archetto offers real Roman food. It is such a typical Italian restaurant, it is small and simply furnished where you can order delicious plates of pasta. When you enter they welcome you with open arms, the atmosphere is cozy and is therefore also a great place to end your first day.

The menu is extensive. You can order traditional Italian dishes. Our recommendation is the zucchini pasta and pasta with chili peppers. All pasta is made by hand and because of the simplicity, you can taste the flavors of the sauce well. If you like spicy food, the chili pepper paste is for something to try.

It is not possible to reserve a table, so try to be there before 08:00 pm to be assured of a table.

Tip: after dinner check how much energy you still have. You can take a short walk through the historic center after dinner and then go back to the accommodation.

3 Days Rome | Day 2

The second day of this Rome 3 day itinerary is mainly devoted to getting to know the history of Rome. You will visit the Colosseum, the hill of Palatine Hill, and the Roman Forum in the morning. The sights you will visit today are close to each other. Finally, you can discover the nicest neighborhood in Rome. Also this day you can walk everything.

If breakfast is not included at the accommodation where you stay, you can have a good breakfast in El Baretto. El Baretto is a bar that is run by a family, here you can order a cappuccino in the morning with a sandwich. The cheese sandwich with pesto and tomatoes is highly recommended.

#2.1 Colosseum

You will start this day with a true pearl because you will visit the Colosseum. The Colosseum is one of the Seven Wonders of the World and the largest amphitheater in the world. A visit to the Colosseum should not be missed when you are in Rome.

Gladiator fights and great games were staged in the Colosseum. The building is impressive and beautiful to see. When you walk through it you will be amazed at how big it is and what has happened. It is, without doubt, one of the most important sights of Rome.

Important is that you buy your ticket for Colosseum in advance so you don’t have to wait in the queue. This can be very long. The ticket we recommend is a combination ticket for the Colosseum and Roman Forum (next activity). Make sure to be at the entrance to the Colosseum at 08:30 am when the doors open. It is then relatively quiet so that you can explore the Colosseum in peace.
Check current prices and availability for the Colosseum and Roman Forum here.

If you would like to take a tour, this is possible. It is best to take a tour where you visit the Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Palatine Hill. Buy tickets for a tour here.

Tip: if you want to take a good photo of the Colosseum, go to the intersection Via Nicola Salvi and Via degli Annibaldi. This is one of the popular places to take a photo of the Colosseum.

Tip: before going to the Roman Forum you can go to Palatine Hill. Palatine Hill is a hill with ruins of ancient palaces. With a ticket for Colosseum and Roman Forum you also have access to Palatine Hill.

Rome Colosseum sunrise

#2.2 Roman Forum

After visiting the Colosseum and Palatine Hill you can visit Forum Romanum with a combi ticket. For us, this was one of the best sights to visit in Rome. Here you can see ruins of some of the most important buildings from the Roman Empire.

Forum Romanum was the most important center of the Roman Empire in the political, religious, and business spheres at the time. Here you will find, for example, the building where the senates discussed how they should rule the Roman Empire.

It is also important, just like with the Colosseum, that you buy tickets for the Roman Forum in advance to avoid queues. Use a combination ticket where you can also visit the Colosseum and the Palatine Hills. Check actual prices for Roman Forum here.

Tip: we recommend to use of an audio guide because this gives you an explanation of every building in the Roman Forum. Therefore you better understand what you see. If you follow a tour this is of course not necessary because then the guide will explain everything.

Rome Roman Forum

Lunch at La Taverna dei Fori Imperiali

Probably after you’ve visited the Colosseum, Palatine Hill, and Roman Forum, it is time for lunch. Highly recommended is La Taverna dei Fori Imperiali. When you arrive you’ll probably think it’s touristy, but don’t let this put you off. The food they serve is delicious.

They have an extensive menu where you can choose between different sandwiches, salads, or pasta. We recommend ravioli di burrata. This dish fills what is needed because the rest of the afternoon you will be walking a lot. In addition, it is also delicious because of the rich sauce.

It is possible to make a reservation so that you are assured of a place. We do not recommend this because then you are running on the clock in the morning to be on time for lunch. The best thing to do is just walk to it and see if there is a table free. if not, you can eat something at one of the nearby restaurants.

#2.3 Monument Vittorio Emanuele

From the Forum Romanum part, you walk towards the center to the square Piazza Venezia. On your way to this square, you will see several beautiful ruins. Once arrived at Piazza Venezia you will see the monument, Vittorio Emanuele, this is the monument to the first king of united Italy. A very impressive building to see. If you pay close attention to the shape, it looks like a typewriter.

Tip: then walk to the square Piazza del Campidoglio where you have a nice view of the Roman Forum.

#2.4 Bocca dele Verita

From Piazza del Campigoglio you walk to Bocca dele Verita. You walk south on Via del Teatro di Marcello. During the walk, you will see the Capitoline Museums on the right and the Marcello Theater on the left. This theater is one of the oldest buildings in Rome, it was built even before the Colosseum.

If you keep walking you will end up with Bocca dele Verita, the mouth of the truth. You can put your hand in your mouth, the idea is that the hand is being bitten off by a liar. Nice to visit, because the temple that goes with it is beautiful, it is very small and intimate.

#2.5 Baths of Caracalla

Before you visit the Roman baths Baths of Caracalla you can visit Circo Massimo and Basilica di Santo Stefano Rotondo. You pass both places when you walk from Bocca dele Verita to the Baths of Caracalla.

Circo Massimo is a ruin that used to be a horse racing arena. Basilica di Santo Stefano Rotondo is a church that is great to visit because it was built in the 5th century and it has a round shape which is unique from that time.

After these two steps, you will arrive at the Baths of Caracalla. Standing there you will understand why the Romans were so famous for all their baths. The buildings are impressive to see because this was the largest public swimming pool in Rome.

You can buy a ticket to enter the sight to see the baths up close, in our opinion it is not necessary as you see enough from the outside.

#2.6 Park Giardino Degli Aranci

Before you go to the working-class neighborhood of Trastevere, you should visit the park Giardino Degli Aranci. You can enjoy a nice walk, however, the unique thing about this park is that before you enter you must walk past the park to the end of Via di Santa Sabina until you see a green door. If you look through the keyhole you will see the Saint Basilica, very unique! You can use the map to see the location.

#2.7 Trastevere

Finally, on the 2nd day of this Rome itinerary, you will visit the nicest working-class district of Rome called Trastevere. This is on the other side of the Tiber. This is the nicest neighborhood in Rome where you can have dinner alongside the locals. The best thing you can do is simple, walk through the streets and enjoy, nothing more difficult than that!

Tip: if you want to see a beautiful building in the oldest district of Rome, go to Basilica Santa Maria Trastevere. Very unique to visit plus the square it is located on is worth a visit. There is a cozy atmosphere here.

Trastevere
Trastevere restaurants

Diner at Pizzeria Ai Marmi

When you visit the working-class area of Trastevere, you should take the opportunity to eat here. This is the area where the locals eat. That is why you can also find the best restaurants in this district.

In our opinion the best place to go is Pizzeria Ai Marmi, this is a local restaurant. The menu is only in Italian, they help you to translate the map. If you are in Rome you must of course enjoy a pizza. The pizzas here are great, but the atmosphere and ambiance are much better. If you’re looking for a local eatery, this is your place to go. The advantage is that there are no long queues here.

3 Days Rome | Day 3

The 3rd and last day of this trip in Rome are mainly dedicated to discovering Christianity and art. You are going to Vatican City. The Vatican City is the smallest independent state in the world and one of the most special places in the world. In the Vatican City, you have two main attractions of Rome, namely the Vatican Museum and St. Peter’s Basilica. We recommend starting with St. Peter’s Basilica, as the queue at St. Peter’s Basilica can be very long later in the morning. Finally, you will visit the Castel Sant’Angelo. This day you can walk to everything.

If your breakfast is not included, you can have breakfast at Pergamino Caffè on the third day. This cafe is next to the Vatican where you can enjoy a coffee and breakfast. They serve simple sandwiches with toppings here. The big advantage is that it is close to St. Peter’s Basilica, so you are quickly after breakfast at the St. Peter’s Basilica.

#3.1 St. Peter’s Basilica

St. Peter’s Basilica is the largest and most beautiful basilica in the world. When you are inside you will be overwhelmed by all the splendor. For many Roman Catholics, this is one of the most important pilgrimage places in the world to visit. This is because it is the church where the Pope is most active.

When you step inside St. Peter’s Basilica you will probably understand where the proceeds of Christianity used to go. From the inside, you see nothing but treasures. It is truly astonishing what you see. The best thing you can do when you have seen everything is to enter the dome, for this, you have to stand in a separate row (ticket costs $6), after which you are eventually on top of the dome with a view over the city. This literally and figuratively a highlight of your city trip to Rome.

The St. Peter’s Basilica opens its doors at 07:00 am, also be at the entrance at this time. For example, if you come at 10:00 am, you may have to wait for 2 hours, which is, of course, a waste of your time. It is not possible to buy a ticket because the entrance is free.

If you want to visit St. Peter’s Basilica later during the day, you can skip the line by joining a tour. A tour is also recommended if you want to visit this beautiful building accompanied by a guide.

Rome Vatican

#3.2 Vatican Museum

If you have visited St. Peter’s Basilica, you can visit the most beautiful museum in Rome, the Vatican Museum. This museum has 54 different galleries, so there is guaranteed to be art that interests you. Well-known works by Leanardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Raphael can all be admired here.

The best piece to see in this museum is a visit to the Sistine Chapel, arguably one of the most famous works of art in the world. Here you can see the 9 scenes from the Bible made by Michelangelo.

To skip long queues, it’s best to get a skip-the-line ticket buy in advance. If you want to take a tour with a guide this is also possible, book a ticket for the tour here.

Rome Vatican museum

Lunch at Caffè Portofino

Depending on what time you walk out of St. Peter’s Basilica or the Vatican museum, you can have something to eat at Caffè Portofino. The nice thing about this place is that you can sit outside on the terrace. The menu is not extensive but the food you can order is very good. We enjoyed the spaghetti bolognese here, the sauce is delicious. You can also order a sandwich or a salad if you want to eat less heavy.

#3.3 Castel Sant’Angelo

After lunch, you walk to the Castel Sant’Angelo. This is an old Roman fort and mausoleum of the Roman Emperor Hadrian. Nowadays it houses a museum and you can see works of art mainly from the Renaissance period. On top of the fort is an angel, this is the archangel Michael. The legend is that this angel appeared to the Pope in 590 AD to end the plague that raged in the city at the time.

Before you walk to the Engelburcht you have to walk over a bridge, this is Ponte Sant’Angelo. This bridge was built in the second century and the statues you see on it were made by Bernini. If you want to visit the museum in Castel Sant’Angelo, it’s best to Tickets for Castel Sant’Angelo purchase in advance.

Tip: if you like photography, it is worth visiting the Castel Sant’Angelo when it is dark. This will then be illuminated. You can also see the reflection of the water in the fort which is cool to photograph.

#3.4 Free time

You will probably have finished all the sights in the (late) afternoon and you still have some time to conclude your 3 days in Rome. We recommend that you look at the moment what you would like to do and don’t plan anything yet. You can revisit sights that you liked or visit something you previously skipped.

If you want to see even more of Rome, you can visit the Quartiere Coppedè district or the Capitoline Museum.

Just north of Villa Borghese is the Quartiere Coppedè district. This is a small neighborhood that is very cute and fun to walk through. If you want to get a better idea of ​​how the Romans live, this is a good neighborhood to walk through. The advantage is that there are not many tourists here.

Capitoline Museum is located on the square Campidoglio, which is one of the seven hills where Rome is built. Campidoglio is located between Forum Romanum and Campus Martius. This is where the Capitoline museum is located. In this museum, you will mainly find works of art from the Roman era.

Diner at Spaghetteria L’Archetto

On the first day, we had dinner at Spaghetteria L’Archetto and we did this during the 3 e day because we liked it so much. Here you can eat real Roman food. It is a small and simple restaurant where you can order many different kinds of pasta. Do you want zucchini pasta, pasta with chili peppers or you name it then this is the place to sit down in the evening.

Day excursions from Rome

From Rome, you can do several fun day excursions. However, these are only recommended if you have been able to travel three days in Rome. We recommend the following two destinations:

  • Visiting Pompeii is highly recommended. During your visit you can climb the volcano Vesuvius or visit Naples. Of course, the main reason to visit Pompeii is itself. Pompeii is the city destroyed by lava.
  • Another must is if you want to see more of Tuscany do a tour that takes you through the countryside. This is especially nice if you want to see more of the interior of Italy.
toscany
pompei

Where to stay in Rome for 3 days?

In Rome, you have a lot to choose from to stay. We recommend staying 3 nights in the center of Rome so that you can walk through everything. We advise you not to stay in the historic center because this part is busy in the evenings. The two accommodations we have selected are both quietly located and an excellent place to discover Rome.

Tip: due to the good location and excellent value for money, both accommodations are fully booked quickly. Book quickly to be assured of a place to sleep.

Location & comfort:
Eccelso Hotel

Eccelso Hotel

Eccelso Hotel has a great location, as it is close to Vatican City. The rooms are beautiful and fully equipped. If you are looking for some comfort for not too much money, this is a good option for you. Please note, this hotel is popular and rooms are quickly fully booked.

Affordable and quiet location:
Residenza Il Giglio

Residenza Il Giglio

Residenza Il Giglio is a guesthouse located in the south of the historic center. This guesthouse is popular because in the evening the neighborhood is quiet and during the day you are quickly at various sights. The rooms are good and in this price range, you will not easily find something else of this quality.

What are the best places to eat in Rome?

In this article about Rome itinerary 3 days, you can read per part of the day which places we recommend to eat when you are in Rome. We have summarized this in an overview below. Use the map, in the beginning, to see where the different restaurants can be found.

Day 1Day 2Day 3
BreakfastTrecaffeEl BarettoPergamino Caffè
LunchAntica Birreria PeroniLa Taverna dei Fori ImperialiCaffè Portofino
DinnerSpaghetteria L’ArchettoPizzeria Ai MarmiSpaghetteria L’Archetto

If you want to know more about Italian street food we recommend reading this article: best street food in Italy.

Transport in Rome

The nicest and easiest way to discover the different sights in Rome is by walking. Rome is like an open-air museum where you are surprised by something in every street. That is why walking is the best way to get to the sights in this 3 days in Rome itinerary. If you still want to use public transport, this is possible.

From the airport to the center of Rome you can use the shuttle bus. Depending on which airport you come to or have to go to, you can buy a ticket in advance below:

Using the bus in Rome is easy. You can buy a ticket on the spot for $2 and with this, you can use a bus or metro 4 times. Sometimes a city pass for Rome is recommended, we do not recommend it, because it is incredibly expensive.

If you like, you can also use a hop-on hop-off bus. This is an open-top bus where you can follow different routes. It is ideal for easily discovering parts of Rome. Read more information here.

If you like to cycle then this is possible. It is easy to cycle in Rome, you just have to be careful because it is a busy city. The advantage of cycling is that you get to a certain destination faster. Near the Colosseum, you can rent a bicycle, check more information here.

If you would like to cycle but accompanied by a guide, this is of course also possible, we recommended following this bike tour.

What is the best time to visit Rome?

You can visit Rome all year round, but of course, some months are better than the others. We recommend going during the spring (March-May) or fall (September-November). During this period the temperatures are good and it is not as hot as in summer (June-August). Also, the summer is not ideal, because you travel to Europe during the school holidays, which can be very busy. Winter (December-February) is the quietest period, which is nice, but it can be cold there, making it less pleasant.

Is Rome safe?

Yes, Rome is safe to visit! There are highly secured officers at all popular sights if this gives you a sense of security. Of course, just like in any other city, you should use your common sense and pay attention. Also, you can have bad luck, sprain your ankle, your wallet is stolen or other things that ruin your holiday. The best you can do is get the insurance that will cover you. We use World Nomads and highly recommend it. Fill in the form below to get a price indication. Hopefully, you don’t have to use it, but it is better than you are insured. If something happens and you are uninsured it is not pleasant.

Itinerary for rome 3 days: more tips

  • If you want a card that gives you access to all the main attractions of Rome, and you also have a fast track ticket so you can skip all the lines, the Omnia Card is something for you. It is perfect because it saves a lot of money and waiting time. You buy the Omnia Card via the link.
  • Rome is guaranteed to be a lot of walking, so wear good shoes.
  • To visit the churches in Rome, your knees and shoulders should be covered. Bring a scarf to cover areas. Also, do not wear open shoes, there are buildings where your entry will be denied (eg the Vatican and museums).
  • Book all your tickets in advance to avoid long queues. Use the links in this article that we recommend. This will save you a lot of time!
  • Try not to visit Rome on the first Sunday of the month. On this day, many of Rome’s attractions are free of charge, so it can be very busy.

Conclusion

We hope this guide gives you a clear picture of how to have a perfect 3 days in Rome. A weekend in Rome is super fun, we have already been there twice and still have not seen everything. Rome has something to offer for everyone. Enjoy your city trip to Rome. If you have any questions, please let us know.

If you want to discover more cities in Italy, Florence is an absolute highlight. 2 days in Florence are enough to have an amazing city trip. If you want to discover more of the south of Rome, Napels is a great city to discover.

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