Can you do Rome in 3 days? 3 days is a lovely amount of time to spend in Rome. While not enough to see ‘everything’, three days in Rome are sufficient to visit Rome’s most famous sites, taste Rome’s best food and even relax in one of the city’s beautiful piazzas.
How do I plan a 3 day trip to Rome?
- Piazza Navona. Visit time: 30 mins – 1 hour.
- Pantheon. Visit time: 30-45 mins.
- Piazza del Campidoglio (Capitoline Hill)
- Altare della Patria (Piazza Venezia)
- Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore.
- Fontana di Trevi (Trevi Fountain)
- Piazza di Spagna (Spanish Steps)
- Villa Borghese.
How many days is enough for Rome? To add context, if you are doing a multi-city Italian journey, you should allocate at least 4 days to Rome if you arrive early on day 1 and leave late on day 4. Otherwise, consider 5 days. Ideally, you’ll have 3 completely full days dedicated to Rome additional to your arrival and departure day.
What should I avoid in Rome? These key places to avoid in Rome include Tor Bella Monaca, Romanina, San Basilio, and Corviale, according to OSAC. In addition, the Termini train station and its surrounding area are at higher risk for criminal activity, especially pickpocketing and scams.