VISITING ROME IN ONE DAY: 3 THINGS TO DO IF YOU’RE AN ART LOVER
If you’re wondering what to see in Rome in one day you’re in the right place.
I happened to stay in this amazing city for only one day, and I tried to visit it using some stratagems that allowed me to save time but without renouncing my art binge.
I decided to summarize my tips to see Rome in one day in this post, where you’ll find three places to visit and the links to book and save precious time.
Rome in one day
Before telling you three things to see and do in Rome in one day, you need to know that visiting Rome in one day can give you only a general idea of what this city represents for the history of humanity, and when you leave it you’ll feel the desire to come back.
To understand how many museums and important works of art are worth seeing in Rome you’d better read the post Things to see in Rome, where you’ll find a recap of all main attractions and most important museums.
But if you have little time at your disposal you should focus on some specific places.
Are you ready to discover what you can do in Rome in one day ?
ROME IN ONE DAY: THE MASTERPIECES OF THE VATICAN
If you stay in Rome one day you can’t make the complete tour of the Vatican Museums, but you can admire the most important works of art, including the Sistine Chapel.
Visiting the Vatican Museums means entering the smallest Country in the world but with the highest concentration of works of art on the planet.
The secret of not missing the most beautiful works is to be accompanied by an expert tour guide, who in only 2 and a half hours will lead you in front of the masterpieces of the Vatican Museums, will reveal you the meaning and history of the Sistine Chapel and the Last Judgement by Michelangelo, and will show you the inner part of St. Peter’s Basilica.
To book the visit go to the page –> Skip-the-Line Vatican, Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s Tour
ROME IN ONE DAY: THE COLOSSEUM
You can’t leave Rome without seeing the Colosseum.
It’s the symbol of the city and Italy in the world, but is also the considerable remains of the greatness of Ancient Rome, because is the largest amphitheatre ever built. Buying the ticket for the Colosseum you’ll have also the opportunity to visit the nearby Roman Forum, which is what remains of the political, administrative, religious and economic centre of the ancient city of Rome.
A visit to these places is a dive into the past!
To book go to the page –> Colosseum & Roman Forum: Tickets and Tours
To book the ticket for the journey to discover Rome go to the page –> Hop-on Hop-off Bus Rome
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