How to spend 3 days in Rome — Earth Lists
Nowhere is more rich in history than Rome, which means, there is lots of to do. It can feel overwhelming planning a visit to Rome especially over 3 days. However, 3 days does allow you to visit the major attractions in Rome and leisurely wander at your own pace too! Let’s get your itinerary planned.
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Guide to local desserts in Rome: from gelato to cornetto, grattachecca, and more
Wanna know what desserts Rome locals like and where to get the best? Keep reading this guide with my favorite shops and interesting tips about Roman sweets.
Rome, Italy: A Complete Travel Guide
Read this quick guide to Visiting Rome in Italy. Including information on getting around, suggestions of things to do, general tips and more.
The Basilica Julia consists of the long south side of the Roman Forum and is verged on the west by the Vicus Iugarius and on the east by the Vicus Tuscus, which separate it respectively from the Temple of Saturn and the Temple of the Castors. Work on the structure was started in 54 B.C. by Julius Caesar, from whom it took its name, and it was committed in 46 B.C. The location was formerly inhabited by the tabernae veteres (market stores) and the Basilica Sempronia, constructed in 169 B.C. by…
How to see Rome in a day! - Blogger at Large
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Where to Eat and Drink in Rome - Petite Suitcase
One of the best ways to experience Rome is to sit at a table outside, along a cobblestoned street, eat pasta and drink it all down with a glass (or two)
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Julia Mamaea -Augusta : 222-235 A.D. Julia Avita Mamaea (14 or 29 August after 180-235) was the second daughter of Julia Maesa, a powerful Roman woman of Syrian Arab origin and Syrian noble Julius Avitus.