Well, When it comes to summer seasons Italy will never disappoint you, warm weather, happy people, delicious food, the best time to eat a lot of gelato to bit the heat, lot of tourist attraction are open, a free concert and entertainment in the street.
One of the best summer in my whole life is when I visit Rome, the eternal city in the world. Out of all the cities I’ve explored in Europe, Rome is my number one best place I’ve experienced and truly captured my heart. The history, food, culture and lifestyle made me wanted to live in Rome for the rest of my life.
Things to see and do in Rome:
There’s no word to describe how massive and amazing this Colosseum is and I know why all of you wanted to visit Rome and this is your number one list to see in Rome.
This is a Roman temple, built during the reign of Augustus (27 BC – 14 AD), and rebuilt in 126 AD by emperor Hadrian. In Present time this one of the preserve building in Rome. The architecture and history of this building makes the people fascinate to visit here.
One of the most important archeological sites in the world, as it was once the political centre of ancient Rome.You can pass here if you take a walk from the Colosseum.
Don’t forget to make a wish when you visit here. One of the most beautiful fountain in the world, if you want to take a chance to take photos here without photobombers try to visit here early in the morning or midnight. When we went here thousand of people was here and no wonder cuz this place is really magical.
The centermost hill of the seven hills of Rome. You can pass here if you take a walk from the Colosseum.
Piazza Navona is one of the most famous and arguably the most beautiful of Rome’s many squares.
The Spanish steps, one of Rome’s most popular tourist sites. Sadly, we didn’t have a chance to explore this area it was still under reconstructions. We Just stay outside the area.
Hilltop square designed by Michelangelo, lined with museums & offering views of the Roman forum.
The castel has various exhibits ranging from Renaissance paintings and pottery to antique military weapons. A huge spiral ramp ascends upwards the Castel Sant Angelo for about 400 feet.
Altare della Patria
Grand marble, classical temple honoring Italy’s first king & First World War soldiers.