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Roma (preparation)

What should I see, where should I eat, what shouldn't I miss?? A problem in such a big city if has just 2 days to do it all.

In November my girlfriend and me will spend a weekend in Rome, thanks Ryanair, it's so great to get a ticket for just 70 €, and be able of visiting one of the most beautiful cities in the world spending just a few more coins than staying at home.

2 days, 2 nights, and a lot of sightseeings to visit. I have researched at the Internet for all the possibilities, prices, distances, everything has been taken into account and I've decided...

- To see the most important squares Piazza Navona, Spagna, dei Popolo, Venezia...
- To see from outside the Colosseum.
- Not to visit any museum.
- To visit the roman forum.
- To visit the Vatican but to leave vatican museums for the next time.

We will stay at Chez Liviana, as most of the B&Bs, is near Termini station. I've already read, it's dangerous at night, but, I (was told) lived 10 monts long in a dangerous quartier in Mannheim (Germany) and me in a mirror was the most dangerous person I found there.

From there we will visit the south part of the city (old Rome) the first day, and the north part (Piazze and Vatican) the second day.

I've noticed I won't see many of the most important things there, my next trip to Rome will be more dedicated to Museums... ant to see all the things that I think I will have time to see but I won't.

Posted by elsebas 02:18 Archived in Italy Tagged preparation

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