Being the capital of Italy, Rome is one of the most popular cities in Europe. Anyone can see its beauty in many Academy Award–winning movies. Full of ancient monuments, amazing restaurants and holding a small country within a country, Rome is definitely one of the most interesting and breathtaking places to visit.
Anyone can be not entirely convinced to traveling alone, but when you plan a trip like that carefully, it can turn out to be the adventure of your lifetime. Besides, if you use Traveler while planning, this whole thing will definitely be a piece of a cake.
Traveler will show you the best hotels in the city. Don’t worry, you will be able to afford them; all you will have to do is set your own requirements in the app. Anyway, let’s imagine how the trip around Rome would look like with Traveler’s help.
Rome is full of magical places, and the app will surely show you all of them if you choose that option. Your trip may start at the most iconic landmark of the city – the Colosseum. It’s mostly known for the famous gladiator fights, but other forms of entertainment were also held there.
After, you can visit another popular attraction – the Pantheon, a former Roman temple. If you’re wondering how to get there in the fastest and easiest way, then don’t worry – Traveler’s got you covered as always. It will show you the route, leading you straight to the point, and if none of those automatic routes will be good enough for you, Traveler allows you to draw your own one. That option can be very useful if you want to see some other parts of the city and take a longer walk, for the record.
Trevi Fountain can be another stop of your trip. Once you’re there, you can try to throw a coin into the water over your shoulder for good luck – that little thing has become a quite popular tradition. You can also eat a slice of pizza or some gelato while you’re there.
If you’re a fan of “Angels & Demons” by Dan Brown, be sure to pay a visit to Vatican – an independent city-state. Traveler will guide you to St. Peter’s Square surrounded by statues of previous popes and various religious figures. And once you’re finished with admiring the enormity of that magnificent place, you can also visit St. Peter’s Basilica. It is, possibly, the most recognizable, religious building in the world. The divine architecture and beautiful, detailed decorations are simply to die for.
The trip of the famous points may end here, but Traveler will show you many more attractions, including UNESCO objects, museums and even places where you can have some fun. I can assure you that you won’t be disappointed.