Walking through...Rome

Rome, the eternal city.

Capital of Italy, Rome contains all the characteristics of the Italian essence: history, art, food and beauty.
Visiting Rome in a day is really a feat, but with a bit of courage and willpower, you can see the main stops of the city, without giving up shopping!
We start our tour from the Colosseum: monumental amphitheater set within the walls of Via degli Annibaldi where you can take wonderful photos with the Colosseum in the background.

After that, going down the stairs we will find ourselves on Via dei Fori Imperiali where continuing our walk, we will be able to admire the Fori Imperiali up to Piazza Venezia with the imposing Altare della Patria.

We proceed towards Via del Corso for some shopping while we head towards the Trevi Fountain. Legend has it that throwing a coin in the water of the fountain will ensure that we return to Rome one day.


Parallel to Via del Corso is Via del Campo Marzio where you will find many antiquesFrom here we can move towards the majestic Piazza di Spagna and enjoy the steps of Trinità dei Monti and the Fontana della Barcaccia.
Before proceeding towards the Pantheon, we can pass through the Trident: Via Condotti, Via Borgognona and Via Frattina and let ourselves be seduced by the most luxurious shop windows of the city.

We now continue our walk towards the Pantheon. Among the characteristics that made him so famous is the hole in the dome, which, without it, would have collapsed due to the excessive weight. It is said that it was built in such a way as not to let the water in case of rain and, although the matter is more complicated and scientific, it is true: it does not flood!

In five minutes, we can reach Piazza Navona, known for the Bernini River Fountain and populated by street artists. On this square, there is Sant'Agnese in Angone, one of the many baroque pearls of Rome.

We now cross the Tevere accompanied by the sculptures of Ponte Vittorio Emanuele II and admire Castel Sant'Angelo. At the end of the avenue, we will notice the dome of San Pietro overlooking its famous elliptical square. 

We can decide whether to visit the Sistine Chapel or the Vatican Museum, but don’t be frightened by the line: the show is stunning!

If after this tour-de-force you still want to go shopping, you can’t miss Via del Pellegrino with its many goldsmiths.

At the end of this day so full of beauty, you can do nothing but enjoy a nice plate of carbonara, amatriciana, or any other delicacy that this city has to offer you!