3 Days in Rome | Complete Itinerary

  1. Wow beautiful places

  2. Nicole Anderson says:

    This definitely sounds like my kind of itinerary! I love how you have not tried to cram so much into such a short time. Three days with these suggestions still leaves enough time in each day to explore a bit more and absorb more of the culture of this fascinating city. It’s important to see all the significant sites but also to have spare time to discover other things yourself. Great post, thank you.

    • Thank you Nicole! Rome is filled with so much culture, and the best way to experience it is to explore beyond the “must dos”. I gained lots of cultural insight by just wandering around the city! 🙂

  3. Abigail Sinsona says:

    Rome is just unbelievably beautiful. It’s good to know that you can see so many sights in just 3 days! I have all of the sights you visited on my bucket list, so I am going to refer to this guide if I should travel to Rome in the future!

  4. Jen Morrow says:

    So much history, art, food, and architecture crammed into one area. This is a great guide to maximize your visit without missing anything. Great tips for Rome in a few days.

  5. Yukti says:

    Wow you have done all famous monuments in 3 days in Rome. Trevi Fountain area looks very cheerful and attractive place for hanging out. Colosseum area is very historic and well preserved. Rome is really eternal.

  6. Riely says:

    The Colosseum, Roman Forums and Vatican are all a must! Rome has so much to offer and it can get quite overwhelming. This is a great comprehensible list for first time go-ers. Thankfully when I head back there, I will have my brother and his Italian girlfriend to guide me around to so more exclusive parts of Rome.

  7. Jpr Arv says:

    It’s a great post Kerry! Rome is definitely one of the most popular cities in Europe. You have certainly made things easier with your post. I loved these pictures you have posted here. What do you use to click them?

  8. vishvarsha says:

    Woah! Awesome stuff! Such a detailed and well crafted itinerary to explore history of Rome and it literally proves you can cover Rome in a weekend 😀

  9. Aw, Rome is such a lovely city! I visited back in 2013 and wish I could go back. My favorite landmark was the Fountain of Trevi. 🙂

  10. eazynazy says:

    Rome is definitely on my bucket list as I heard many good things about it .I totally loved your pictures , Now your post is making me plan a quick trip to Rome <3

  11. leavearly says:

    Great post … some good inside information in there on what makes Rome tick … a deeper look at Rome than simply ticking off the “to do” list … I appreciate your insights

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