15 comments on “3 Nights in Rome

    • It was very crowded and just not what we expected at all. The paintings were of course very impressive although the Sistine Chapel was quite small and jam packed with people. You also weren’t allowed to take photos, but that was ok.

  1. So glad you had a positive experience. I loved Rome when I was there so many yrs ago, but even then had to deal with crowds of people. Enjoy!

  2. Thanks so much for linking up with us in #WeekendWanderlust – this is a really great article showcasing a spot that would be great to explore on a weekend trip though I am convinced most folks would likely want to stay longer in Rome!

    This is a great introduction to the beautiful city of Rome. Heather’s sister has just returned from a trip there and she loved it. We recently did a Dream Destinations series on our website for the A to Z Challenge and Rome was one of our featured post. So much history, culture and gorgeous architecture to discover. I love how you can just walk around these types of cities.

    I have to admit the one thing that stood out about this post aside from the great review is the awesome pictures that you have included – they are a real credit to you and really make this post stand out so great job guys!
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    • Thanks so much! Rome is definitely a place you want more than a long weekend although it’s doable. Walking around the city and its cobblestone streets was the best part of the trip. Dream destination? Absolutely!

  3. I’m hoping to get to Italy soon, so I really enjoyed this post! I think I’m going to need to remember to schedule plenty of time in Rome.

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