Be my Valentine: three romantic spots in Rome

St.Valentine’s Day is almost here and Rome is a very romantic place to declare Eternal love. You have plenty of things to do. But if you are looking for something very special, you just can’t miss these three tips from who knows Rome very well (and fell in love in and with the Eternal City!)

Monte Mario

Monte Mario is the highest hill in Rome north of the Vatican. It’s famous among Romans because at the night you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the city. There you can also find “il Vialetto degli Innamorati”, that is “The street of the lovers” and Lo Zodiaco restaurant, where you can have meals or  some drinks while reciting love poems.

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Photo credit: @michela_carusone-Instagram

Castel Sant’Angelo

Walking hand in hand has never been so exciting: Ponte Sant’Angelo becomes magic during the night. It’s bright, uncrowded and mysterious: Castel Sant’Angelo, with its majesty and amazing beauty is just in front of you. If you want to propose, it’s the right place. Trust us.

Photo credit: @giova_gallu-Instagram

Photo credit: @giova_gallu-Instagram

Ponte Milvio

It’s probably the most romantic bridge in the city: Ponte Milvio used to be full of padlocks with love promises written on them. Kiss each other while looking at the fantastic view on the river Tiber: it will be unforgettable. You can spend the rest of the night at one of the bars and restaurants all around the area, which are really nice.

Photo credit: @turistiperhobby-Instagram

Photo credit: @turistiperhobby-Instagram

 

“To get the full value of a joy you must have somebody to divide it with.” 

Mark Twain

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