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Want to see Rome in a day?
Do it the Italy’s Best way.
Meet for breakfast and try the best Italian coffee in town, before moving on to the Borghese Gallery, which boasts Bernini, Caravaggio and Raphael Baroque delights.
By 11am, head out of the galleries and enjoy a gelato before moving on to the Roman Forum.
After wandering around the Colosseum, we will check out the Pantheon and Piazza Navona and then meander the churches and Bernini’s best piazzas.
That will give you time to devour a delicious lunch. With prosciutto and wine under your belt, this means time for the elegant Spanish Steps and a spot of shopping @ Rome’s boutiques.
EVENING: By the time you get to the Corso, one of Rome’s main drags, the evening passeggiata stroll will be in full swing and you can strut your stuff with the Romans until it’s time for a hearty and well-deserved dinner in the old city.
Before you turn in for the night, be sure you stroll to the famous Trevi Fountain, into which it is tradition to toss a few coins in order to ensure that, one day, you’ll return to the Eternal City.
For drinks after dinner, the district of medieval Monti is alive with one-off boutiques, artisans’ workshops and eateries.
We would drive to have a beautiful view of St Peter’s by night, with Michelangelo’s Dome beautifully illuminated.
The beautiful Baroque architectural vision by Bernini for St Peter’s Square looks totally different by night, without the tourists. You can walk through the square, and take a look at the basilica from Bernini’s colonnades.
This is one way of doing Rome in a day, but we tailor make our tours to match what you want, be in more Michelangelo, or more wine.
Rome wasn’t built in a day, but if you are going to do it, you may as well do it the right way, by booking a tour with a detailed to the minute itinerary to make the most out of your time in Italy.