Ways To Spend Your 24 Hours In Rome
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.
Considering the already known facts that Rome is absolutely rich in its greatest history and culture, impressive scenery, and a place with the world’s greatest food selection, to have a taste of all these goodness in a day is quite a challenge.
If you know your way around the Italian City, then you will not have that much of a difficulty in getting around the best in Rome even for just a day.
So, starting off in the early morning you can get your cup of coffee from any coffee houses like Sant Eustachio Il Caffe with their selection of delicious pastries, this place being in the central location in the Eternal City.
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.
When you are already in the market of Campo de Fiori by mid-morning, get your selection of fresh fruits and flowers, and then get a good view of the Tiber Island passing by a bridge viewpoint of Ponte Garibaldi, then book a VIP tour with The Roman Guy for a tour of the Colosseum, the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican, and skipping the lines for the said tour.
During lunch you will be ready to explore the different taste of Rome with all the delicious Italian food, and in the afternoon you can get a view of the Roman ruins and rooftops as you climb the top of Altare Della Patria in Piazza Venezia, and get a glimpse of the Caesar’s Forum and Trajan’s Forum to know more about the victories in the Dacian wars.
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.