What a magical city. Rome is filled with history and romance. Whether you're an art lover, love Italian food (like I do!), or love life, Rome is an excellent place to soak in pleasure in sights, sounds, and food.
Saint Peter's Square is the main square in the Vatican City. It's encircled by a colonnade and provides an awesome front view of St. Peter's Basilica. Also, if you go to the rooftop of the Basilica, you'll get an amazing view of the Square....more
I stayed in a one bedroom apartment in Trastevere and I absolutely loved it. The rooms were very small, but if you want to stay in in a really cute apartment and be based in a great, romantic neighborhood, then I would highly advise staying here while you're in Rome....more
Trastevere is a more local, working class area of Rome. If you want to stay away from tourists and still experience the local Roman nightlife, I would suggest going here and renting an apartment to stay. Plus, the buildings are old and lovely with Tuscan-like golden hues, the restaurants are great,...more
Piazza is one of the main historic plazas in Rome featuring fountains and monuments. The open square means it can get pretty lively and crowded, especially at night. The scene is atmospheric with diners eating outside of cafes and restaurants and shops selling an assortment of goods....more
There are some people I know who don't like Rome due to the congestion and traffic. I personally loved it. Maybe it is because I went during August when the locals were out of town and hence, there was no traffic. Regardless, I thought the city was lovely and filled with many historic gems, such as...more
Campo dei Fiori is a public square located in the Piazza Navona. The name literally means 'field of flowers' in Italian. While there are no flowers in the square per se, the mix of restaurants and shops will make a visit worthwhile.