We only had 3 days in Rome and honestly, it was perfect. I don’t think the kids could do more days (or we would’ve done non-touristic activities other days, and I rather be at the beach for that) so 3 days was just perfect.
I have been to Rome over 10 times but Nathan had never been, so I still wanted to show him the city and the top must-see highlights.
We didn’t stop, we walked everywhere (with a couple taxi exceptions), our feet are exhausted (glad we had a double stroller for the kids) but it was all SO worth it. Sempre bella Roma 🤍
Here’s the exact itinerary, note: depending where you stay in the city, and how much time you have each day based on any other activities, you should tweak the route order or day order, of course.
Piazza di Spagna
Fontani di Trevi
Altar of the Fatherland
St Peters Basilica & Square
There’s SO much to see in Rome, but if you are visiting with kids or don’t have much time and need to narrow it down in a few days. This is definitely a great itinerary / list summary.
We staid at NH Collection Vittorio Veneto they have spacious rooms if you get their family room, def spacious!