Unforgettable Rome: the perfect romantic weekend

Two days in Rome: it’s not an ordinary holiday, but it’s your perfect romantic escape. Two hearts and a mission: spend some time in the Eternal City for what will be remembered as one of the most beautiful trip of your life.

Ambitious? Not really…

Campo De'Fiori (Photo credit: @giuliaravaioli-Instagram)

Campo De’Fiori (Photo credit: @giuliaravaioli-Instagram)


Breakfast at Roscioli Caffé, close to Largo di Torre Argentina: a nice cappuccino and a ‘cornetto’ (a croissant) to start your lovely first day in Rome. Campo De’Fiori, which is just at the end of the street, welcomes you to its colorful and peculiar market. Piazza Navona is a 5-minute walk: it’s such a beautiful square that you won’t stop kissing! And if you suddenly feel hungry, you only have to choose: Piazza Navona is surrounded by many restaurants and bars. In the afternoon, the Pantheon, and then Trevi Fountain, are the right choice to continue your day with beauty, before spending the night in the Monti neighborhood: nice restaurants and bars and a magic (and authentic) atmosphere. 

Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona


Rome is in your hands: your second day starts at Colosseum, the place where, holding each other’s hands, your love will become eternal. From that point, you can go shopping at via del Corso, full of shops, passing through the Spanish Steps. Otherwise you can take the tram no.8 to Trastevere neighborhood, where you can eat, have a walk and experience Roman life. And if love makes you hungry, you can go to Osteria da Zi Umberto for a real Roman lunch (or dinner). So many things to see, so many feelings to keep in your hearts…Try to close your weekend looking at each other under the moonlight, in front of Castel Sant’AngeloYour wedding is just around the corner!

Castel Sant'Angelo

Castel Sant’Angelo




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