Rome is one of the most beautiful cities in the world: is there the need to say it? The ideal is to have a year to be able to fully explore it but, since this isn’t possible, I must point out (my) sine qua non for a two to three-day trip. It’s hard to choose the most important places, because the Italian capital is a celebration of life, art, history, parks … I will try to be “synthetically complete” but I want to go beyond the most famous places ( Colosseum, St. Peter’s, Castel Sant’Angelo) because, more or less, you know them all.
For me, Villa Pamphili is one of the most beautiful parks in Italy. Villa Pamphili is huge, a real green lung within the metropolis. Lying beneath the almond trees in bloom, riding in it and and having a picnic in front of the historic villa it’s priceless.