Things to Do in Rome within 24 Hours

Things to Do in Rome within 24 Hours

Things to do In Rome
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Established in 753 BC, Rome is a great, historical city that fascinates travellers from around the world. The ideal time to spend in this destination is 3-4 days. Nevertheless, if you have just 24-hours to explore this great place, fret not! We have listed below the experiences and things to do in Rome exclusively for you.

Begin your day with a hot beverage in a coffee shop

Coffee _Rome Before your start your exploration, step into the modish coffee shops of Rome for a hot beverage. Few of the many popular ones are Sant'Eustachio, Giolitti, Caffè Domiziano, and Antico Caffè Greco. Do taste the specialities of Sant'Eustachio viz. Il Gran Cappuccino, La Monachella, Irish Coffee, and Romeo e Giulietta. Step into the other cafes to savour their special offerings.

Learn about the history of Pantheon

Pantheon Rome Pantheon, a Roman church – formerly a temple, is one of the top hotpots of this Italian city. It was probably used as a place where the King made public appearances in a defined setting, reminding the audience of his Godly status. The two earlier Pantheon buildings were burnt down and adversely impacted by a lightning. The third Pantheon is often perceived as one of the best preserved historical monuments in the world.

Admire the displayed art in Galleria Borghese

Galleria Borghese Rome Galleria Borghese is a fabulous art gallery presenting Borghese collection of paintings, antiquities, and sculptures. There are twenty rooms spread across two floors. The primary floor showcases classical antiquities belonging to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd centuries AD. Classical and Neoclassical sculptures are displayed too. Galleria Borghese is open daily, except on Mondays. Rome Banner

Turn into a shopaholic

Shopping Spree Rome Travellers can purchase anything from designer attires to affordable clothes. The most-liked shopping streets are Via Condotti, Via Veneto and Via Borgognona. Check out the Spanish Steps, a set of 135 steps with an interesting past. The zone near the foot of the Spanish Steps is a major spot for luxury shopping. Furthermore, do visit the Porta Potese, a huge flea market where your bargaining skills can be tested.

Dine at the Flavio al Valavevodetto

Carbonara Rome Lying within the Monte Testaccio, an artificial mound shaping from the time of Roman Empire, Flavio al Valavevodetto is a great restaurant for relishing dishes like Carbonara, Cacio e pepe, Polpette di bollito and Tiramisu. The list doesn’t end here! Couples planning to eat at this dining venue during summers must make prior reservations to book a table on the romantic patio. It is open 7 days a week, from 12:30 PM to 3:00 PM, and from 7:30 PM to 12:00 AM. Rome Banner 2

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