5. Spanish Steps: You can literally spend hours sitting here and just people watching. It and for a nice and relaxing evening of walking through, window shopping, being entertained by street performers and watching the sun set.
1. Colosseum: First on our list. It is such an amazing sight to see, and if you’re a history junkie like myself, you will love it. There are several tours offered, none the less, you can tour it yourself for free. Next to the Colosseum is the Arch of Constantine, one of the largest of Rome’s ancient triumphal arches. The arch celebrates Emperor Constantine the Great’s victory and the battle that made Christianity the religion of Rome.
3. Pantheon: The Pantheon is a landmark you cannot skip. It is the only ancient Roman temple to survive present day. The architecture will blow your mind, and you will need a few minutes just to sit in the piazza and take in the stately sight before heading inside. I found it so trippy to sit and think about the feet that walked the streets so many years ago.
4. Trevi Fountain: No trip to Rome would be complete without stoping by the Trevi Fountain! The tradition is to toss a coin in, to ensure that one day you’ll return to Rome. Toss two coins to find love and three coins for marriage.
7. Vatican City: If you are a history lover, this will be a dream come dream. None the less, I will share that I do NOT recommend the paid tours of Vatican City. We paid about $100 Euros each for a guided tour for all that we would have been ablate see ourselves for free. Not only did i dint it a waste of money, I did not like having to wait for the entire group to ask their questions and tour at their speed. I would have much rather enjoyed reading and touring at my own speed for free.