During April we visited Rome for five days. This is a summary of the places we visited.
Divided by days:
- #1 – Vatican Museums, Piazza Navona, Pantheon and Saint Mary above Minerva
- #2 – Colosseum and Palatine Hill
- #3 – St. Peter’s Basilica, Campo de’ Fiori market and Trajan’s Market & Forum
- #4 – National Roman Museum, Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels and the Martyrs, Santa Maria della Vittoria and San Carlo al Corso
- #5 – Trastevere district, Basilica di Santa Maria in Trastevere, Great Synagogue of Rome and Theatre of Marcellus
Also, I wanted to share the map I created. This map is based on TripAdvisor and has two categories: Attractions and Restaurants. All points of interest are in closeness to the ancient city (we didn’t visit the ones that are further away).
Also, when you are clicking on an attraction you will see opening hours (if applicable).
If you are going to Rome in the near future, this map can be useful to you:
That’s it for this summary post, and if you want more info, then check out the daily posts.
Here are several resources that I created to help travelers:
- Israel Trip Planner is the page that will help you to create your perfect travel route.
- National Parks And Nature Reserves page lists and put all national parks on the map. There is also a top list, information about ticket types and campsites.
- If you are looking for things to do, here are the pages for Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa, Sea Of Galilee, and Makhtesh Ramon.
- Wondering what events are there in Israel? Here is the Events And Festivals By Season guide.
And if you have any questions then check out Useful Information For Tourists To Israel.