Rome is definitely my favourite place in Italy, there’s something so ancient and beautiful about the Italian capital that is really difficult to put down in words; starting off from the real slow pace and the following the motto “Dolce far niente”, Roma has that magical appeal of discovery, while enjoying food and living life by taking it easy.
I spent four whole days in the capital, but that wasn’t quite enough for us to find out what’s around and we only scraped the surface of this beautiful city. From the wonder of the river Tiber, you can quickly spot the most beautiful Castle, known as Castel Sant’angelo, which is also takes you to the smallest country in the whole wide world: The Vatican.
Wandering around Roma during the summer period can be exciting as an adventure, you can get lost in the small streets of the city centre, find out where the Fountain of Trevi is, and then take a break while enjoying a big gelato and think of where life is taking you.
The nights in the capital can be exciting, people in Italy love their food, and like to spend time with friends at restaurants, eat al Fresco and then go for a “Passeggiata” which translates as a stroll.
That’s definitely one of those places I want to go back and revisit each time and keep discovering new things! Just like my beloved Paris and London.