In order to fully visit Rome, with all its glorious monuments, museums, churches and places with all their history it is obvious that not just a few days; but we should come back more than once.
Given this, then, in this part of the site we want to give some suggestions on how and what to see in Rome for those who have only 3, 5 or 7 days.
We appoint the most important places like the Coliseum, Trevi Fountain and the St. Peter's Basilica , who is in Rome, must still visit at least once, but we will quote also lesser known but still important to the history or culture of Rome

The Colosseum area

Obviously you can not visit Rome without seeing his symbolic monument, the Colosseum, and the archaeological area of the Roman Forum and the Palatine; the place where on April 21, 753 BC Romulus founded the city.
No matter how much time you have available, then, we must dedicate at least half a day to visit these sites; just buy a single ticket that allows you to visit both sites (Forum and Colosseum + Palatine) also the day after the first validation. So you can also choose to see one day the Colosseum and the Roman Forum and the Palatine next day (or vice versa).

Two tips:
1. to avoid long things entrance buy the ticket queue jump or enter the zones with less people, in the lunch or in the late afternoon
2. to the tour , will take more time (almost the entire day in the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine) but allows you to understand as fully as possible the most important places of Rome

After visiting the Colosseum, the Forum and the Palatine you can make a relaxing stop on the great lawn of the Circus Maximus or the beautiful Villa Celimontana, Celio hill it located a short walk from the Colosseum. Also near the Flavian Amphitheatre, then, you can visit, in an hour or two, the Domus Aurea of Nero or the beautiful Basilica San Clemente . In this case, even if they are paid, you should definitely visit the cellars which are really very impressive. Otherwise, the Coliseum, you can walk along Via dei SS. four crowned, visit the basilica which gives its name to the road and get to the Basilica of St. John Lateran


After the visit of the Roman Forum, you can go out on Via dei Fori Imperiali, in the Capitol. In this case, just cross the street to be on the Forum of Augustus and Trajan's Market, and from there go to Piazza Venezia where you can climb before the Altar of the Fatherland, where you can also enjoy a splendid view from above, both from the side of the square on the side of via dei Fori Imperiali, where the bottom stands the Colosseum; and then get on the Capitol. Here, in addition to aiming the beautiful overlooking the Roman Forum, is to see the beautiful church of Ara Coeli, of course, the Capitoline Museums.


In order to visit the whole area of the Vatican it takes more than a day, whereas only a guided tour of the Vatican Museums will take almost a full day.
After the Sistine Chapel , the Rooms of Reffaello and other wonders of the Vatican Museums, you can devote another day to visit St. Peter's Basilica, where you can also climb up to the dome (the 'overlooking via St. Peter's Square is beautiful!) and Castel Sant'Angelo, where in some periods of the year is also open the Passetto, which is the passage that leads from the castle to the Basilica. Among a visit and another you can relax in the gardens of the castle or the Tiber, where in summer there are also many stands.


The typical place where you can spend at least one evening in Rome in Trastevere, the popular district on the bank of the Tiber near the Tiber island full of traditional restaurants and pizzerias, and summer comes alive even more with the Festa de 'Noantri and many stand on Tiber and the Tiber Island for the event "along the Tiber in Rome .."
Trilussa square, crossing the Tiber on Ponte Sisto you get to Campo de Fiori , another typical place of Roman nightlife with many restaurants, pubs and pizza