On the top of my bucket list to visit, Rome was everything I imagined and more. Three days in Italy’s capital left me desperate for another taste of Rome’s yummy food and romantic vibes. Of course when I visited this lovely country for the first time I should’ve invested in a good camera. Nonetheless here are my cell pictures of Rome’s lovely walks to the Trevi fountain, hidden gem streets and the amazing Coliseum…
There are hundreds of fountains in Rome, but the Trevi Fountain is the most famous. I was told by a local that every night, around 3,000 Euros are swept from the fountain. Be sure to toss your own coin in and make a wish – legend has it, that secures your return trip to Rome.
The Roman coliseum was initially known as the “Flavian Amphitheater”. It is an enormous and gigantic edifice of the ancient Roman realm.Interesting fact about the Coliseum, at the time of its construction, the Coliseum had the capacity of seating around 50,000 spectators.
This is the Roman Forum, The Roman Forum was once the center of ancient Rome, the place where the Romans used to meet, do business, politics and shop.
Planning your own trip to Rome? Would love to hear about it!!!