We had looked at several different options for a May half term holiday and since Rob had always wanted to visit Rome, it felt ok to justify that flights were slightly more than some other Europe destinations. We paid around £150 for return flights with just hand-luggage and then had a bit of a mission trying
Rome: 4 day itinerary
Rome is a beautiful city, brimming with history and the most amazing churches. We had enough time in 4 days to revisit a couple of our favourite spots but would still love to return. Had the weather been slightly towards the end of our trip, we would’ve also had time to visit Florence. But we
We pre-booked our tickets for the Vatican museum because we knew it would be very popular. We had arranged a 2:30PM entry and were so glad because when we arrived the queue was massive – so we basically jumped it just for an extra 2€! The tickets cost 20€ which included entry to the museum,
Touring Rome in a Fiat 500!
Rome is a city brimming with history and secrets. Everywhere you look there is amazing architecture and fascinating ruins and I was constantly wondering what ancient Rome would’ve been like. There are so many opportunities to have guided tours around different tourist attractions (varying in prices) that it was hard to know what would be worthwhile and interesting for us. I
Rome: The Colosseum, Palatine Hill and Roman Forum
The colosseum in Rome is absolutely iconic and I don’t think I’ve ever seen such a magnificent building. I was obsessed with taking photos of it and just gazing at it from anywhere it could be seen! As soon as we got to Rome, we headed straight to the colosseum to try and get in