How To Get A Very Good Glimpse Of Rome In 24 Hours
You are given the prime 24 hours of your life and you are allowed the chance to have that spent in Rome, and you will be dumbfounded when you know there is just so much more to see in this city and 24 hours may just seem too short a time to get all the exciting places to be.
It is already a known assessment that Rome is rich in great and impressive scenery, one of a kind history and culture, and also a place with the greatest tasting food selection, and all these will have to be uncovered in 24 hours.
Now, it is not actually difficult if you just know how to plan your day to get the most out of the Italian City even in just a day.
Start off early in the morning and get warmed up with coffee from the many coffee houses in the Eternal City, and you can go with the likes of Sant Eustachio Il Caffe, being this place is in the central location, you can as well get a taste of their selection of delicious pastries.
At around eight in the morning, before the place gets crowded with a huge crowd of tourists visit and snap photos of Trevi Fountain and then later pass through the Piazza Navona then the Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi and after which you find the gem in San Lorenzo with its breathtaking basilica.
In mid-morning you can get your fresh fruits and flowers in the market of Campo de Fiori and pass by a bridge viewpoint at Ponte Garibaldi to get a good sight of the Tiber Island, then book a tour of the Colosseum, the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican with VIP access The Roman Guy to skip the lines.
By lunchtime you will now have a mouth-watering taste of Rome’s finest and delicious Italian food, and by the afternoon right ahead you can navigate the top of Altare Della Patria in Piazza Venezia to see a breathtaking view of Roman ruins and rooftops, and then know more about the victories in the Dacian wars with the Caesar’s Forum and Trajan’s Forum.
By evening, you can complete your day with a pre dinner in Freni e Frizoni and a festive meal in Armando al Pantheon and get a taste of the Roman classics of your choice, and from here you can say you have all the best of Rome in that good 24 hours of your life.