The Colosseum
"As long as the Colosseum, there will Rome when the Colosseum falls, Rome will also fall, but when Rome falls, the world will fall"

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What to see in Rome in 3 days (or a weekend) For those who come to Rome for the first time is normal to use the three days to the visit of more beautiful and important places of Rome: Colosseum , with the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill, the area from the Vatican The Basilica of St. Peter , the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel and Castel Sant'Angelo , and then the old town, with The next fountain of Trevi , Piazza Navona, the Pantheon , etc ..
So, see other ideas to see Rome in three days.

First day: From the Capitoline Museums to the Pantheon Starting from the Capitol, you can start the day with a visit to the Capitoline Museums, the most important museum in Rome with the beautiful equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius and the Sala della Lupa, which will take almost the whole morning.

After visiting the museum and the break with possible lunch on Capitol to enjoy the wonderful view from the top of Rome you can go down the stairs from Piazza Venezia and continue on Via del Corso to Via delle Muratte that plug right leading to the Trevi Fountain.
After a stop here to admire the most beautiful fountain in the world and made the ritual of the coin, you PiĆ² back on the road in the opposite direction that continuing past because of course, leads to Piazza di Pietra, where you will find the Temple of Hadrian, and from there again to the Pantheon.
Here we are in the heart of the old town and there are many things you can see around. Not to be missed, both for its beauty and for the fact of being right near the Pantheon (behind the left) is the Basilica of Santa Maria Sopra Minerva, while behind him on the right is the Sant'eustachio.
A little further away but instead there is the beautiful Church of Jesus.

The evening Standing in the heart of the old town, of places to eat lots of them. Via del Governo Vecchio, for example, a stone's throw from Piazza Navona, there are both good pizza restaurants. And from there, after dinner you can take a walk to both Piazza Navona and the nearby Campo de 'Fiori

Second day: From the Aventine to Trastevere You can, from the Colosseum or to shorten a bit the path, from the metro station B Circus Maximus, climb to the Aventine hill. In May, before going up, I highly recommend making a stop at the municipal rose garden (Input is free) full of colorful and fragrant roses.
Once on the Aventine after observing the dome of St. Peter's by the famous Hole Rome (the keyhole of the villas of the Priory of the Knights Malta), you can visit the beautiful church of St. Alexis and St. Anselm on the Aventine and, before falling back, make a stop in the beautiful Orange Garden which you can & ograve; admire a beautiful view of Rome, with the St. Peter's Basilica at the bottom.

Back on Via del Circo Massimo, continue toward the Tiber, behind which, he meets the Foro Boario and the Church of the Santa Maria in Cosmedin where there is The Mouth of Truth . After making photos and put your hand in the Mouth of Truth & agrave; you can & ograve; continue along the Tiber to Isola Tiberina.
From here you can go directly to Trastevere, or, if there is time to tour the Jewish ghetto, with the Portico of Octavia and Teatro di Marcello and dine or Trastevere or in one of the excellent refreshed ghetto.

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