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Easter in Rome and things to do



Rome, the capital city of Italy, is a treasure trove of history, art, and culture. Here are some of the best things to see in Rome:

Colosseum (Colosseo):
The Colosseum is one of Rome's most iconic landmarks. This ancient amphitheater once hosted gladiator contests and public spectacles. Visitors can explore the Colosseum's interior and learn about its fascinating history.

Roman Forum (Foro Romano) and Palatine Hill:
The Roman Forum was the center of ancient Roman public life, and the adjacent Palatine Hill features ruins of imperial palaces. Exploring these archaeological sites provides a glimpse into the daily life of ancient Rome.

The Pantheon is a well-preserved ancient Roman temple that has served various purposes over the centuries. It is renowned for its remarkable dome and the oculus (open hole) at its center.

Vatican City:
Explore the Vatican City, an independent city-state surrounded by Rome. Visit St. Peter's Basilica, the Vatican Museums (including the Sistine Chapel), and St. Peter's Square. The Vatican is a must-visit for art, history, and religious significance.


Trevi Fountain (Fontana di Trevi):
The Trevi Fountain is a stunning Baroque masterpiece. Legend has it that if you throw a coin into the fountain, you ensure your return to Rome. It's a popular spot for visitors and locals alike.


Spanish Steps (Scalinata di Trinità dei Monti):
The Spanish Steps are a famous set of steps leading from Piazza di Spagna to the Trinità dei Monti church. It's a popular meeting place and offers a great view of the surrounding area.


Piazza Navona:
Piazza Navona is a beautiful square adorned with fountains and surrounded by Baroque architecture. It's a lively spot with street performers, cafes, and art.

Castel Sant'Angelo:
This cylindrical building, initially constructed as a mausoleum, has served various purposes throughout history. It's located on the banks of the Tiber River and provides panoramic views of Rome.

Explore the charming neighborhood of Trastevere, known for its narrow streets, colorful buildings, and a lively atmosphere. It's an excellent place to experience the local Roman lifestyle and enjoy authentic cuisine.


Capitoline Museums (Musei Capitolini):
These museums, located on Capitoline Hill, house a superb collection of classical sculptures, paintings, and artifacts. The museums are considered the world's oldest public museums.
Remember, Rome is a city with an abundance of historical and cultural sites, so this list is by no means exhaustive. Be sure to take your time and soak in the rich heritage of this remarkable city.

However, there are many amazing things to do with a short train ride or a car trip away should you want to extend your trip.


Visit Naples, one of the 2024 cities to visit in under an hours train ride. Visit Pompei which can also be part of a trip to Naples and see one of the most interesting open air museums in the world.

Use Naples as a base and have a trip to Capri or a breathtaking drive along the Amalfi coast.

Visit Florence and enjoy another top historical city and bathe in history at every angle. Just over an hour by train, it is really easy to reach. Rent a car or join a tour and for countryside lovers, visit some of the quaint small hamlets in the Tuscan countryside and have lunch and a tasting session at one of the wineries.

Take a trip to the Tuscan coast and enjoy the beautiful seaside towns and have a panoramic drive around Monte ArgentarioHave a day at the amazing thermal resort Saturnia combined with a visit to some nearby towns


Visit Bologna and take  the train which will take you to this incredible city in 1 hour and 20 minutes you can enjoy a day of sightseeing and a foodie paradise.

Enjoy walking around the cities “porticos” and visit the famous towers, take some time in Piazza Maggiore and visit the chorch of San Petronio. Market days in Bologna are also fun so be ready walk, shop and eat some delicious food.

Easter in Rome
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