Here are some recommendations for where to stay, daily itineraries, and where to eat. You will walk Rome for three days, see a lot, and eat very well.
I have stayed a few times at Hotel Lancelot and been very happy.
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- Rome, day one This half day walk takes you to some of ancient Rome’s greatest hits. Dinner at Trattoria da Luzzi, near the Colosseum.
- Rome, day two: Campo de Fiori, Ponte Sisto, Trastevere, the Janiculum Hill, Isola Tibertina, Piazza del Popolol Lunch at Il Brillo Parlante. Continue to Via Marguta, Spanish Steps, the Colloseum and Palatine Hill. Dinner at Trattoria der Pallaro, near Campo de Fiori.
- Rome, day three: The Vatican, lunch at Dino and Tony’s, Villa Borghese, Porta Pinciana, Museum and Crypt of the Capuchin Friars, back to Trevi Fountain. Dinner at Hostaria Farnese, near Campo de Fiori.
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