Rome 5 Day Itinerary

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23 Responses

  1. Loved your article!!!!!

  2. So many amazing things to see, it’s a whirlwind! Great itinerary, it gives us lots to think about for our trip to Rome!

  3. Amy Chung says:

    Great post! I pretty much did all that when I was in Rome. The Vatican Museum absolutely blew my mind, the Trevi Fountain and St Peters was gobsmackingly beautiful and the Coliseum… well… stunning. But I have to say I didn’t like the city itself. All the major attractions were great but in between, I can’t say I loved it.

  4. Beth says:

    I visited Rome with my family when I was a kid and this brought up many fond memories. I hope to go back some day! My best friend is going in July so I will pass this along to her as I think it will be a wonderful resource!! 🙂

  5. Rachelle says:

    There are so many things to do and see in Rome, it can be quite overwhelming for someone like me who hasn’t been to Italy yet. I love how you’ve broken down the main sites so visitors don’t get too tired out. I can’t wait to visit The Vatican someday!

  6. Ian P says:

    Just got back from Rome myself. I can see this is a good guide. Very indepth. Well done.

  7. This is a great guide to Rome for first-timers. I live between London and Italy, but in the north, but haven’t spent enough time in Rome. I think the Spanish steps are my favourite, and then the Vatican.

  8. Medha says:

    I did not know about the Appian way and the original of the phrase ‘All roads lead to Rome’! I was in Rome for 4 days and pretty much covered everything else and I agree with this itinerary, it’s been put together really well. I loved Roman Forum, Trevi Fountain, and Colosseum, which is what we saw on our first day. However, I also loved our visit to Vatican City, I would also highly recommend it.

  9. Dada says:

    I myself have been to Rome twice and I havent seen it all like the Spanish steps, the National museum of Rome and Appian way! My third visit to Rome will problably be with my daughter and I think its a good way to prepare the kida for a trip is to watch some documentary or a related movie. You suggestion of movies for Rome are really great althought I havent watch them all!

  10. Love that you added movies. They so informed my experiences in Rome. I need to return!

  11. Thank you for sharing this detailed list. We’re actually visiting Rome in November and had no planned itinerary yet. This is very timely and helpful. Thank you so much.

  12. Mike says:

    Thanks for putting this itinerary together! The Fontana di Trevi is one of my favourite places in Rome. I could spend hours just sitting there and looking at the tourists coming there and throwing coins into the water. It’s great to see the flow of people in front of the beautiful statues of the fountain.

  13. Shaily says:

    Wow! This is a perfect 5-day itinerary for visiting Rome. I like the way you’ve shared the prices as well as dress code along with the major attractions of the city. Rome is such a fascinating city I always wanted to visit. The credit goes to all those historical movies and books. Hopefully, I’ll plan my trip soon. 🙂

  14. Heidi says:

    Nice post. I really appreciated that you didn’t throw in so much every day (maybe that is because of the kid factor) but it left time to fully enjoy each sight instead of like many itineraries that I’ve seen that would toss 3 to 4 of these sights into one day. It’s just not possible to fully enjoy them like that and many even need repeat visits to get the entire sight. Excellent guide for some of the top sights in Rome. I’ll admit that we’ve been four times and there’s still so much more to see once you get past these and start enjoying the lessor known things.

  15. Bhusha says:

    That’s an awesome itinerary. As I’d always say, months together are not enough to explore Italy properly. But then, practically, its difficult. So 5 days does justice.
    Spanish Steps, Pantheon, Catacombs are some of the sites I missed.
    Hope to visit Italy again…

  16. I have a two weeks trip to Italy coming up in October. And, this post is definitely going to be very helpful. Last time, when I was in Rome, I just spent two days. This time I intend to spend at least 5 days.

  17. Parnashree Devi says:

    Thats a great itinerary. I loved the way you have explained everything. Rome is on my radar and would love to follow your itinerary for sure. I really wanted to see Colosseum for sure. Its a helpful post.

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