Rome

Over the years, Rome has become my second home, the place that probably put me to the test more than anything and made me ‘great’, and for this reason I decided to share it here. Rome saw my tears and made me touch my fears, it observed me as a beginner and then flooded me with courage making me the little woman I am, dawn after dawn.
I did it in three days, but that’s not enough. For the eternal city, every temporal space is truly so reductive. In order, I’ll leave you the tour I would take!

DAY 1
– Altar of the Fatherland
– Via dei Fori Imperiali
– Roman forum
Colosseum

– Arch of Constantine
– Monti district
– Via dei Serpenti
– Via Nazionale
– Palazzo delle Esposizioni
– Gallery of Modern Art
– Trinità dei Monti
Villa Borghese gardens and boat ride to the lakes

DAY 2
Pantheon and Basilica of Santa Maria ad Martyres
Church of Sant’Ignazio di Loyola in Campo Marzio (among my favourite churches, it is a baroque masterpiece that hides a wonderful optical illusion by Andrea Pozzo)

– Piazza Navona
– Piazza Campo de’ Fiori
– Basilica of Saint Peter
Vatican Museums | Raphael’s Rooms | Sistine Chapel

LUNCH: al volo da Bonci

– Castel Sant’Angelo | Sant’Angelo Bridge

– Rione Trastevere and Keyhole (the exciting view that the keyhole of the gate of the Priory of the Knights of Malta offers, looking inside at sunset is truly crazy!)

DAY 3
– Piazza del Popolo
– Pincio Terrace
– Via dei Condotti
– Via Borgognona
– Carriage Street
– Colonna Square
– Palazzo Chigi
– Palazzo Montecitorio
– The Trevi Fountain

– Quirinale Square
– Quirinale stables

Rooftop:
– Stravinskij bar
– The court Rome
– Les etoiles terrace (also breakfast/aperitif)
– Borromini Terrace
– Hotel Palazzo Dama
– The Pantheon iconic Rome
– Palazzo Manfredi hotel
– Settimo restaurant (also breakfast)
– Zuma Rome
– Cielo rooftop bar

Meals:
Pinsa: pinsa e gusto (vatican museum area); La pratolina (after Villa Borghese); Il ponticello; Pinsa ‘mpo (Prati area); Bonci
– Gallura
– Trattoria la barchetta
– Sora Lella
– Impiccetta
– Baccano
– Taverna Trilussa
– Da Vittorio a Trastevere
– Hosteria del mercato
– Dilla Roma
– Alfredo alla scrofa
– Il marchese Roma
– Perillo
– Pane e salame
– Tiberino (Tiberina island)
Felice a testaccio (my favourite carbonara!)
– Ristorante Angelina
– Da Enzo al 29
– Tonnarello
– Cucina del teatro

frugal lunch:
– Ginger sapori e salute
– Forno monteforte
– Maat bistrot
Coromandel

Breakfast:
– Forno conti & Co.
Caffè Novecento
Dolce (i could go crazy in this place!!!)
– Tram depot
Regoli | Il maritozzaro (for an excellent maritozzo)
Relais Fontana di trevi
– Casa Manfredi
– Sant’Eustachio il caffé
– Caffè antica Roma
– La casetta a Monti
– Mokamilk

Hotels:
Hotel del Corso
– W Rome
– Radisson blu ai Parioli

Not to be missed:
– Ponte Milvio antiques market
– Capitoline Museums (*purchase tickets in Piazza del Campidoglio)

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