The Italian capital has some of the most historical and inspiring places, but If you’ve less time to roam than here’s how you can go on one-day Rome tour
For the first, you need to select a starting point and plan the places accordingly this will help you in transfer from places to places
We’ve created a brief itinerary of places that you can easily visit in one day
Tour Rome in a day , Here’s a map of the most famous places in Rome that you shouldn’t miss
The Colosseum and the Arch of Constantine
As we’ll know the Colosseum and the Arch of Constantine is one of the seven wonders of the world, and also is the most ancient and the most historical amphitheatre of the world, its famous for its design and huge structure, the colosseum still works as a model to inspire the structure of today’s football stadiums which was clearly based on roman ovel plan.
The building of Constantine was started in AD 72 by Vespasian, and post his son Titus made modifications to make it huge, it was inaugurated in AD 80 with ancient series of games. The collegium was big enough that it can be used for festivals & games for Romans which high officials and Imperial courts used to watch from the lowest level With the population on 3rd & 4th
The Vatican City is the smallest country in the world, with an area of less than a square kilometre, Inside you’ll see the Vatican palace and gardens, most of it covered & protected by the Vatican walls.
There are a lot of things to do in Vatican city like you can visit St. Peter’s Basilica, Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel, Vatican Apostolic Library, The Last Judgment, number of museums that include the Picture Gallery, Museum of Secular Art, Etruscan Museum, and others.
trevi fountain is a breathtaking sight in Rome, it’s the largest fountain in the city built against the back of the Palazzo Poli building. The fountains origin was 19. B.C it was the first fountain built during the Renaissance and the square called Piazza di Trevi of which Construction lasted from 1732 to 1762 was initially designed by Bernini for Pope Clemens XII.
Trevi fountain has been featured in many films like La Dolce Vita, The Lizzie McGuire, Angels and Demons. The Fountain has a tradition in which you throw a coin into the fountain over your left shoulder from your right hand making a wish while keeping your eyes closed.
Centro Storico & the Spanish Steps
The Spanish stairs have its name from the Spanish square (Piazza di Spagna), the steps quickly gained a reputation for being a prime people-watching spot because they attracted a crowd After they were completed in 1725 The stairs have been a favourite spot of tourists, where they can sit and enjoy there food
Centro Storico is the centre of Rome filled with artistic churches and some happening squares that you could spend your whole vacation strolling its ancient streets and lanes Which are filled with things to do that it’s hard to read the street names. it includes the main part of the city centre.
Palentine hill is largely misconstrued sight of Rome because of its neighbourhood fame the Colosseum, but it’s a place you shouldn’t be missed in your Rome tour, the palatine hill is most popular among the seven hills of rome it was the most desirable neighbourhood in ancient times it’s an extensive archaeological site from where ruins of the Flavian Palace and Stadium of Domitian are still visible.
The palatine is also filled with elegant gardens which are surprisingly peaceful and you might spot some rabbit hopping around, some flowers large trees for shade which make it a great picnic spot.
Villa Borghese Gallery and Gardens
Villa Borghese garden is a popular park of rome which cover an area of 80 hectares covered with ancient trees, it has some worth watching artistical sculptures & buildings, some historical monuments and some very beautifull fountains which make this gardens a must spot in your Rome tour itinerary.
Scipione Borghese nephew of pope paul 5 began turning their vineyards into most elegant gardens of Rome formerly it was known as the gardens of Lucullus, which was very famous in the time of the roman republic, in 19th century it started to be called as landscape gardens, later the gardens were bought by the commune of Rome and got turned into English style garden and were open for public.