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Fun guided group trip to Rome, Italy 🇮🇹​ - discover the most famous Roman monuments

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Share living and working spaces with other professionals, exploring the surroundings outside of working hours.

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€363
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Hi there, I am looking for 5 people to join my trip to Rome planned for 8 days. Rome 🤩, the eternal city, is so called because it is a place of great beauty, contrast, and life. Rome is an eclectic city: the religious world centre of the Catholic Church, the fabulous ruins of the centre of the Roman Empire, and modern, bustling Rome. All three seem incongruous, yet they live inside and beside each other with great ease. 🏛 The places we will visit are : The Colosseum, The Trevi Fountain ⛲️, The Pantheon, The Vatican Museum, The Sistine Chapel and a lot of other places we can choose together. You can take a look at the stops for more details about the places we could visit and which days. We will decide together which places we visit for sure. 💰 The price includes: - A shared room in a flat I rented. The flat is located about 300 m from the train station. All the other costs are not included in the price, and we'll share them together. 😁 About me: My name is Ahmad, I am 27 years old, and I currently study Global Communication. If you're interested or have any questions, please write me a message. :) 📬
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Day 1-2

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Colosseum

Day 1-2

The number 1 attraction of Rome is the Colosseum; the large amphitheatre that housed 65,000 spectators in Roman days. Gladiators battled each other as well as wild animals in the Colosseum's arena. In the giant ‘ruins’ of the Colosseum, you can visit the stands, the arena and the underground spaces...

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Day 2

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Trevi Fountain

Day 2

The most famous fountain in Rome and perhaps even the world must be the ‘Fontana di Trevi’, or Trevi Fountain. This baroque fountain, located on the Piazza di Trevi, was built in the 18th century. The landmark and monument displays the god of the sea

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Day 2-3

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Pantheon

Day 2-3

One of the best maintained buildings from Roman times is the Pantheon. What function the building had in those days is still not clear, but the Pantheon was given to the pope by emperor Hadrian in 608. The current church has several unique funerary monuments (painter Raphael and a few Italian kings), as well as a remarkably large and open dome (oculus).

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Day 3-4

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St. Peter's Basilica

Day 3-4

The St. Peter’s Basilica, in Vaticano’ is the spiritual centre of the Catholic Church and residence of the pope. The enormous basilica, located in the independent state of Vatican City and next to St Peter's Square, was built on what is believed to be the grave of Peter. St. Peter’s Basilica contains masterpieces such as Bernini's baldachin and ‘La Pieta’ by Michelangelo

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Day 4-5

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Sistine Chapel

Day 4-5

Over the centuries, the popes amassed an enormous art collection varying from Roman objects and religious relics to countless paintings. In the Vatican Museums we can visit 54 richly decorated rooms and view these art treasures of the Catholic church. The highlight for many visitors is likely to be the famous Sistine Chapel.

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Day 5-6

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Roman Forum

Day 5-6

The Forum Romanum was the centre of the ancient Roman Empire. During your visit to the Forum Romanum, we will walk past Roman excavations and the archaeological park full of old temples, arches, market halls and other important buildings built there by different emperors. Next to the forum lies Palatine Hill, where will find excavations of imperial residences.

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Day 6-7

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Spanish Steps

Day 6-7

At the foot of the French church ‘Trinita dei Monti’ lie the 135 steps of the Spanish Steps. The Spanish Steps decent to the Piazza di Spagna, where we will find a distinctive fountain by Pietro Bernini. The 18th-century Spanish Steps have grown into a tourist hotspot, and the top of the stairs offers a gorgeous view of Rome.

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Day 7-8

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Hadrian's Villa

Day 7-8

The town of Tivoli is 29 kilometers east of Rome. In the green surroundings of Tivoli are two villas of the World Heritage List, namely the Renaissance Villa d'Este with a beautiful interior and beautiful gardens. we can rent a car to go there

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What is included

Accommodation
Apartments
8 days trip
Colosseum, Trevi Fountain & 6 more
Transportation
Train

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