rome italy travel guide what to do where to go

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rome italy travel guide what to do where to go

rome italy travel guide what to do where to go

rome italy travel guide what to do where to go

rome italy travel guide what to do where to go

rome italy travel guide what to do where to go

rome italy travel guide what to do where to go

rome italy travel guide what to do where to go

rome italy travel guide what to do where to go

rome italy travel guide what to do where to go

rome italy travel guide what to do where to go

rome italy travel guide what to do where to go

rome italy travel guide what to do where to go

I've always-always loved Italy so much and travel there on any chance, so visiting Rome for the first time now was such a dream come true! We flew there through Riga with airBaltic and honestly guys, from someone who travels lots for work and also for fun, I cannot recommend flying with airBaltic enough. Their planes are always so clean, comfortable and new  - and trust me, I've seen all sorts of airplanes from different companies🙈 Their staff is beyond lovely and they have so many amazing deals and good prices all the time as well. I'm beyond proud and happy to be their ambassador for over 2 years already and recommend all of you to travel with airBaltic if you haven't already👌

But talking about Rome - where to start really?! This city is so beautiful offering you loads of culture, picturesque architecture, tons of delicious food and a true feeling of Italian living💛 We were in Rome for a week, spending 4 full days in the city and 3 days exploring the surrounding areas and driving to the coast and all the way down to Napoli. Which is something I'd recommend you to do as well if you're in Rome for more than just a few days - rent a car and go explore the Italian countryside to get to full feeling😉 But in case you're just in town for a little city break then Rome is definitely the right place to go!

Back in high school art history was one of my favorite subjects and I was especially keen on Ancient Rome, so visiting all its famous landmarks and talking to Thor about the history around them was something I really enjoyed. The Colosseoum, the Circus Maximus, the Trevi fountain, the Pantheon, the Roman Forum - they're all so wonderful and you just have to see them! Another thing we always do where ever we travel is visiting lots of churches. Though not religious, they're part of the history and tell so much about local culture. And not to mention Vatican - you can not go to Rome without visiting the Vatican as well. I especially recommend rewatching The Da Vinci Code movie before the trip, cause it makes seeing all these places even more interesting😉

In case you're not really a culture person, then Rome offers so much else to do as well. From shopping in all it's boutiques to eating in all the cafes to just strolling around its beautiful narrow streets and getting lost inside  - you can experience it all in this beautiful capital of Italy!

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  1. You just can't run out of amazing things to see in this gorgeous city! So much history and culture too. Loving your photos dear.

    Jessica | notjessfashion.com

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