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Rome in 3 days

Travel Itinerary -
Days: 3
Season: All
trip transport traveler type
Country: Italy
Travel Interests: Arts and culture,Honeymoon,Museums and Galleries,Architecture,Shopping tour,Tours and Sightseeing,World heritage sites
Description: Rome trip plan, full day by day travel plan in Rome. Our Summer vacation in Rome travel Itinerary, the best things to do in Rome:The Colosseum, The Roman Forum, Piazza Navona, the Spanish steps and more attractions in Rome.
Created by Maayan Ashkenazi
Last modified 31/08/2018
Trips liked: 0
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Rome

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Rome

My best travel tips
Health
Don’t forget sunscreen.
Money and cost
Save your Water Bottles and fill them for free at the many fountains around town. It is an easy way to always have water handy and to save a little money!
Check with your Credit Card company before travelling to see what fees they charge. Save money when you use a Credit Card that does not charge the traditional 3% foreign exchange transaction fee.
You can usually get some of the best available exchange rates by withdrawing funds at a cash machine at the airport upon arrival in Italy.
Packing list
Bringing a physical Map of Rome was a total lifesaver for us! Cell phone coverage was sometimes spotty. We also were using our Phones to take pictures all day long, so battery life was an issue. Having a paper map made navigating possible without having to always rely on our phone.
Safety and security
Storing your cash, credit cards, and other valuables in a Money Belt is the easiest way to keep them out of sight!
Tours and attractions
Plan and Pre-Book major sights and attractions whenever possible, especially if you are traveling in mid-March (spring break) or between May and July. You can use : www.klook.com
Get up early every once and a while. Many cities, like Rome and Venice, have a completely different feel without the hoards of tourists. It is worth it to get an early start (especially in the hot summer) to get a different perspective of the city and to see many of the monuments not littered with people.
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