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  • Rome: The City of Eternal Love

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    By OMNIA Vatican and Rome

    The Trevi Fountain

    The Trevi Fountain - Credits - Evan Blaser
    Anyone who knows the famous scene from "La Dolce Vita" will be acquainted with the iconic romance associated with the Trevi Fountain. Although there's no denying that it generally abounds with tourists tossing coins into the water, it is still one of Rome's most seminal and beautiful fountains. It is worth noting that the fountain is currently being restored, so there is no water and it is covered in scaffolding. However, the fountain is still visible and there is a footbridge crossing it, so you can walk close to the fountain façade. If you're motivated enough to lose a few hours' sleep, try coming before 6am. This is when the piazza is at its most tranquil and you can share a magical, undisturbed moment in front of Bernini's masterpiece.

    Address: Piazza di Trevi

    The Pantheon

    The Pantheon - Credits - Lank14
    The Pantheon is the best preserved and arguably the most stunning building from ancient Rome. Bring your love one here to marvel at the enormous structure from the cobbled piazza outside, or admire the incredible interior, most notably the famous rotunda and oculus: a reminder of the beauty of the cosmos.

    Address: Piazza della Rotonda

    Opening times: 8.30am – 7.30pm

    Part 7: Dinner, Wine and Sweet Treats


    In this article:
    Part 1: Introduction
    Part 2: The Colloseum and The Roman Forum
    Part 3: Castel Sant'Angelo, The Tiber, The Aventine Keyhole and Orange Gardens
    Part 4: Appia Antica, Spanish Steps and The Keats and Shelley House
    Part 5: Gianicolo Hill and Monte Mario
    Part 6: Trevi Fountain and The Pantheon
    Part 7: Dinner, Wine and Sweet Treats

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