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2 or 3 Days in Rome Itinerary for Family & Couples

3 DAYS ITINERARY IN ROME

Rome is an endlessly enchanting city; one of the favorite cities in the world and we think after this 3 days itinerary you will agree. For just a brief view of what you will see in this our 3 days itinerary, Rome is a home to incredible art, one of the most beloved cuisines on the planet, an endless number of neighborhoods to walk around and an impressive history that has been folded into the very fabric of modern Rome.

This 3 days itinerary found its way through several neighborhoods and historical time periods, so we would love you to focus and join us in this itinerary.

DAY-1 IN ROME ITINERARY

COUPLE'S ITINERARY

FAMILY'S ITINERARY

Around 8:00am

Waking up to see the beautiful city of Rome is splendid, in fact it is more fun to make sure you walk round the street of the hotel you lodged for about 45 minutes as couples.

Time: 45 minutes

Price: free

Around 7:30am

A family trip to Rome must begin with a morning walk through the streets of the city. Take your kids round the beautiful street of where you lodged and mesmerize yourself with the building structures

Time: 45 minutes

Price: Free

Average Metro ticket: 1.50 Euros

Average metro ticket: 1.50 Euros

Around 9:30am

After you must have had your bath, the first place to start your visit to Rome with is the Colosseum. Step inside the historical building and mesmerize yourself as you marvel at the

Ancient history beating inside.

Price: Skip the line for 18 Euros only

Time: 2 hours

Around 8:30am

Begin your stay in Rome with a visit to one of the largest and most beautiful piazzas in RomePiazza Navona with three impressive fountains, including la Fountain dei Quattro Fiumi with its large obelisk at the centre.

Surrounding the square are restaurants here you can have your breakfast before banging into the square.

Time: 1 hour 30 minutes

Price: free

12 minutes' walk

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4 minutes' walk

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Around 12:00pm

Slide into the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill.

If you think you've had enough at the Colosseum, then you've just got it all wrong because the Roman forum and Palatine Hill would boast more: from the senate houses to public squares to palaces, these areas are on archeological and historical treasure trove. They are absolutely best appreciated with a guide.

Time: 2 hours

Price: 12 Euros

Around 10:30am

Take the kids to the most influential and preserved building of ancient Rome, Patheon. They might have read of it in books and heard in school. Make the best of it by taking a family picture there, it's going to be fun.

Time: 1 hour

Price:free

24 mins walk to Piccolo Buco

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14 mins walk

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Around 2pm

By now hunger would have filled your stomach, slide into any eatery around for a romantic lunch. Like PiccoloBuco

Virtually all eateries and restaurants around Roman forum give you the best menu for lunch

Time: 45 minutes

Price: 15 - 25 Euros

Around 12pm

The best place to spend your time before having lunch is walking over to Capitoline Hill to take a shortcut to the Victor Emmanue II monument without climbing all the steps. Find the she wolf statue then take steps across from statue into the building behind S.Mariad'Aracoeli Church. Enter, turn right. Follow long corridor on left to Victor Emmanuelle II Terrace & Café.

Time: 2 hours

Price: 10 Euros - 12 Euros

11 mins walk

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3 mins walk

Around 3pm

After lunch, stop byPiazza Venezia and Piazza del Campidoglio. They are shaped into perfect oval and surrounded by beautiful buildings, both are peaceful places to relax for a moment.

Time: 1 hour

Price: free

Around 2pm

It might be too hot for you to have lunch at the terrace, so it would be better for you to slide yourselves into Taverna Degli Amici instead

Time: 1 hour

Price: 15 - 25 Euros

13 mins via delleBorthegheOscure

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23 mins walk via ViadeiForiImperiali

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Around 4:15pm

An evening market cruise would best fit and Campo de'Fiori is the best option for that.

This market square may be touristic, but it's beautiful, bustling and worth stopping by during your 3 days visit to Rome.

Time: 1 hour of straight shopping

Price: Depending on what you want to buy

Around 3pm

After lunch, you can relax at the Palatine Hill which is one of the seven hills of Rome. The oldest part of the city was built on this hill and many of Roman important buildings and palaces was built there. Today only ruins remaining there. So you can go there with kids to relax with views of the ruins, its background is so beautiful for pictures.

Time: 1 hour

Price: 12 Euros

7 mins walk via Corso Vittorio Emanuele II

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Tell your paid driver to come and pick you for the next event.

Around 5:30pm

Visit the Largo di Torre Argentina which is home to two different points of interest that are wildly different from each other: the place that Julius Caesar was assassinated and a cat sanctuary. Our main of interest for you couple is the romantic evening you will have with the cats dangling and perching on top of the remains of surprisingly tall columns.

Time: 1 hour
Price: free but donations are accepted

Around 4:30pm

Order for an evening ride cruise with your kids, let them take you round the ancient neighborhoods of Rome.

Time: 2 hours

Price: 190 Euros

DAY-2 IN ROME ITINERARY

Around 9:00am

Live the fairytale roaming through the cobbled passageways of Rome, onboard traditional horse carriage. The Local equestrian takes you past the ancient landmarks of the city.

Time: 3 hours

Price: 490 Euros for two people

Its takes time for kids to get dressed up and because of the hustle and bustle yesterday, they might not get up early so we suggest you give them time to have another fun-filled day in good health

Average Metro Price: 1.50 Euros

Average Metro Price: 1.50 Euros

Around 12pm

The best place to have an afternoon rest from the stress of the horse carriage is the Piazza del Popolo. While you're there, be sure to climb up to Pinco Terrace for some beautiful views over the piazza and Rome itself.

Time: 1 hour
Price: free

Around 8:30am

Now a tour to the Vatican City for you and your kids as a family would best fit your second day in Rome.

It is a city-state surrounded by Rome, Italy and it is the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church (wow!!! The kids would be glad to see where the pope resides).

The Vatican city is home to Vatican Museum, home to Raphael's Rooms and the world - famous Sistine Chapel. It is best to explore the Vatican City with a guide

Time: 4 hours

Price: 40.61 Euros per person

4 - 5 minutes' walk

4 - 5 minutes' walk

Around 1:15pm

By now you should be hungry, so look around as usual to have a fun-filled lunch as couple

Time: 30 minutes

Price: 15 - 25 Euros

Around 12:30pm

You should just slide with the kids into any restaurants in the Vatican City to enjoy a beautiful menu of the Vatican styled foods.

Time: 1 hour

Price:15 - 25 Euros

 

Take a Metro from Risorgimento-San Pietro

Time: 45 mins

Around 2:00pm

After the wonderful lunch, land yourselves hand in hand in the Borghese Gardens. This garden will lead you right to the Galleria Borghese which is absolutely stunning and worth a visit during your 3 days in Rome.

Have fun and take lovely pics with one another as you stroll round the beautiful art collection embedded in this building.

Time: 2 hours
Price: 15 Euros

Around 2:00pm

After the wonderful lunch, land yourselves with the guys holding their father and the gals holding their mother in the Borghese Gardens. This garden will lead you right to the Galleria Borghese which is absolutely stunning and it makes you relax with mesmerizing views of the art collections embedded in there.

Have fun and take lovely pics with your kids as you take yourselves round the garden/museum.

Time: 2 hours
Price: 15 Euros for adults, 8 Euros for Youths and 2 Euros for children

28 mins from S.Claudio

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Around 4:30pm

Have an evening picnic on Aventine Hill. Rome is built on seven hills one of which is the Aventine Hill from where you can get beautiful sceneries of Rome. There is the Orange Garden also, it is also one of the best places to watch romantic places with your amour.

Time: 1 hour 30 minutes

Price: free

Around 4:00pm

Climb up the Monte Pincio for an evening view of the city as the sun set. Enjoy the breeze, feel the view, take the pictures with Rome as its background.

Time: 1 hour

Price:

Take a metro From Circio Massimo

Time: 22 mins

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Around 6:00pm

Return to your hotel to have some change of clothes before attending an Opera night in Teatrodell'Opera di Roma. A question: What is a couple's trip to Rome if there is no Opera?Ans: Incomplete metamorphosis

Teatrodell'Opera is among Europe's finest amphitheaters where one gets to witness the Opera and ballet extravaganza. The Opera in this Opera house will skip a heartbeat. In no time, you'll find your hands placed on your heart

Time: 1 hour 30 minutes

Price: 20 Euros per person (depending and differs from show to show and preferred seating)

Around 5:30pm

Return to your hotel with smiles as you pack your loads down because the third day lies a very fun-filled event in our itinerary.

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Around 8:00pm

One of the best thing to do as couple is a romantic candlelight dinner. The Terrace, Hotel Raphael's rooftop restaurant allows panoramic nightfall views of Rome while serving mouth-watering Italian dishes in a soulful setting.

Time: 2 hours

Price: average 15 - 20 Euros

 

DAY-3 IN ROME ITINERARY

You should know the third day should not be a full day tour for you guys because you are going to use its evening to pack your loads.

But that doesn't mean you shouldn't have a fun-filled travel experience of Rome also on the last day.

9:00am

Throw a coin in the Trevi Fountain.

Trevi fountain is one of the romantic places in Rome. But before you make your way back home, don't forget to toss one coin in the Trevi Fountain!

There is a special significance of the number of coins one throws in the fountain. Each number signifies different wishes the person has. A suggestion one coin for returning to Rome, two signifies a new romance and the third one is for marriage.

Time: 3 hours

Price: free

There are only two things in our 3rdday's itinerary for Rome and we think this is just for the kids alone.

Around 10:00am

Make the kids happy by taking them to the Bartolucci (an old-fashioned toy shop),this magical store doesn't have an electronic gizmo in sight rather is highlighted with its colorful wooden toys ranging from ticking cuckoo clocks to long-nosed Pinocchio, planes and rocking horses. For more toys push on to Piazza Navona where Al sogno (a historic emporium known for its extravagant window displays and comprehensive stock of cuddly animals.

Time: 3 hours

Price: 7 euros - 30 Euros depending on what you are buying

 

Take a walk via ViadelleMuratte

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Around 12:00pm

Close out your day in Rome with a Food tour. Soak up all the best dishes in Rome, learn a few things about the local food and since most food tours are walking tours, enjoy an afternoon stroll through some of Rome's prettiest neighborhoods before saying goodbye to the city.

Time: 2 hours

Price:depending on how wide you can tour within 2 hours

Around 12:00pm

Throw a coin in the Trevi Fountain.

Trevi fountain is one of the famous places in Rome. But before you make your way back home, don't forget to toss one coin in the Trevi Fountain!

There is a special significance of the number of coins one throws in the fountain. Each number signifies different wishes the person has. A suggestionone coin for returning to Rome, two signifies Good health for you and your kids, three for blessing over your lives

Time: 3 hours

Price: free


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