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  1. ROME Christine Pao

  2. Depart May 21 6:15 PM PHL Airport Arrive May 22 8:50 AM FCO Airport Total Trip Time: 8hr 35min Nonstop Coach Depart May 28 11:50 AM FCO Airport Arrive May 28 3:50 PM PHL Airport Total Trip Time: 10hr Total Cost: $990.96

  3. DAY1 • Arrive • Hotel • Breakfast • Colosseum • Dinner • Hotel

  4. Cup of Gold: One of the best coffee houses in Rome.  • Cappuccino • Cornetto

  5. Ancient Rome and Colosseum Tour • Arrive at 2:45 PM • Tour starts at 3:00PM • Costs 64.39$

  6. Al Gladiatore (Restaurant Bar) Walk: 15 Minutes. Bruschetta Pomodori con riso

  7. Dekorome • 667.74$ for 6 nights • Includes breakfast

  8. Day 2! • Breakfast • The Pantheon • Lunch • Ice Cream • Walking Tour • Hotel

  9. Breakfast: Caffè della Pace (Antico) Bomba

  10. The Pantheon

  11. Admission: Free Facts: At the top of the dome is a large opening, the oculus, which was the only source of light. The front portico has three rows of 8 columns, each one with a diameter of 1.5m. A huge bronze door gives access to the cylindrical building. Its diameter equals the interior height of 43,3m. The temple was converted into a church in 609. The Pantheon contains the tombs of the famous artist Raphael and of several Italian Kings.

  12. Piazza della Rotonda.

  13. Tombs of King Umberto I Tomb of Vittorio Emanuele II, "Father of the Nation."

  14. Piazza delle Coppelle Ciambelle al Vino Abbacchio alla scottadito

  15. Gelato di San Crispino

  16. Rome By Night Walking Tour 3 hours Start at 6:30 PM Depart at Piazza Navona Around 40 Euros Exterior visits to the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Capitoline Hill, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon and Piazza Navona

  17. Day 3! • CaffeGrecco • Trevi Fountain • Walking Tour • Dinner • Ice Cream

  18. Colazione

  19. Neptune’s chariot being led by Tritons with sea horses – one wild, one docile – representing the moods of the sea. • The water comes from the aqua virgo, a 1st-century-BC underground aqueduct, and the name Trevi refers to the tre vie (three roads) that converge at the fountain. • The famous custom is to throw a coin into the fountain, thus ensuring your return to the Eternal City. According to the same tradition if you throw in a second coin you’ll fall in love with an Italian, while a third will have you marrying him or her. • And in case you were wondering, the €3000 or so that is thrown away on an average day is collected and donated to charity.

  20. Walking Tour: Capuchin Crypt and Roman Catacomb 68.95$ Departure Time: 2:30 PM Duration: 3 Hours

  21. Dinner Carciofi alla Giudia Maritozzi

  22. Day 4! • Breakfast • Vatican Museum tour • Dinner • Micca Club

  23. Breakfast Macedonia

  24. Vatican Museum Tour • Duration: 3 hours • Depart: 2:00 • Arrive at: 1:45 • 42.34 $ • One of the greatest museum in the world. • Renaissance Art • Founded by Pope Julius II • Includes 54 galleries

  25. Raphael Rooms Ceiling North

  26. South East West

  27. Sistine Chapel

  28. Gallery of Maps

  29. Siciliainbocca Caponata Cannoli

  30. Day 5 Breakfast Walking tour Dinner

  31. Breakfast! Chiostro del Bramante Caffè cappuccino e cornetto: €6 to €12

  32. Eternal Rome + Imperial Rome Walking Tour Eternal Rome: 
- Meet at Piazza Esquilino bus terminal 
- Republic Square 
- Via Veneto 
- Trevi Fountain 
- The Pantheon 
- Navona Square 
Imperial Rome: 
- Piazza Venezia 
- Capitol Square 
- The Roman Forums 
- Temple of Julius Caesar 
- Basilica Emilia, the Arch of Titus and the Holy Road 
- The Colosseum 
- The Basilica of San Pietro in Vincoli 137$$

  33. Eternal Rome 1. Republic Square Fountain of the Nymphs

  34. Once a stadium built by Caesar Domiziano in 92 AD, it is now known as the Square of the Artists and for Bernini's Four River's Fountain. 
 Navona Square

  35. Imperial Rome Piazza Venezia The Vittoriano" the altar dedicated to the King Vittorio Emanuele II in 1911.

  36. Capitol Square. Built on the ruins of the Acropolis and dating back to the 16th century The seat of the city government. The square is marked by several notable works of art, among them the two colossal statues of Castor and Pollux that stand guard on the magnificent staircase leading to the palace.

  37. Roman Forums

  38. Temple of Julius Caesar

  39. Basilica Emilia

  40. Arch of Titus

  41. The Holy Road

  42. The Basilica of San Pietro in Vincoli