Travel

72 Hours in Rome

Travel guide for things to do in Rome in 3 days.

Hey youngsters!

I know it’s been kind of a long time since my last blog post but this time I’m back with a special travel entry dedicated to my most recent trip to the magnificent Rome. You must have probably realised by now that I usually choose tropical destinations for my trips. However, I have the belief that visiting Italy is ALWAYS a good idea!

Where shall I begin from? The culture? The history? The pasta? The wine? 

What else could you possibly want from a holiday?

In this picture you can clearly see how the trip started. A freshly baked hot pizza with tomato sauce and mozzarella; I think that’s how heaven probably tastes.

Pizza in Rome

Through the three day trip, I didn’t take absolutely any transportation and thus preferred to go on foot. Blame it on the pizza’s cals.

Fontana Di Trevi in Rome

Rome is generally filled with tourists, to the extent that you hardly see any locals in the city centre. Every street has something very original and there’s a feeling as if you are walking in a big museum.

The streets are cobbled and bathed in a crazy romantic terracotta light.

Streets of Rome

Streets of Rome

The Pantheon in Rome

Sculptures in Rome

What I wore in Rome

During my trip I carried my customised knitted bag in salmon pink by the brand Miss Polyplexi. I urge you to contact them through their page and make your very special order adding your personal touch. You can choose from a variety of colours and chains and create the ultimate shoulder or cross body bag that’s perfect from day to night, I’m telling ya! It’s all about high quality handcrafted goodness with great attention to detail.

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Streets of Rome

Breakfast at Angelina a TreviThe ultimate destination in order to please your sweet tooth self. Mouth watering panini with prosciutto and mozzarella with pesto and soul-stirring desserts like pear crumble cake with cacao. Plus, a cup of espresso and you’re super pumped for the day.

Rome

Dinner at Trattoria Monti, a Michelin awarded restaurant with amazing homemade dishes.

Rome has been so heart warming. It cannot be compared to any other city since it has a very special blend of the old and the new. Can’t wait to go back!

-Iro xx

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