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Travel Diary: 24h in Rome in May

Having just 24h in Rome is way too short! Even though a stay in Rome should be as long as ever possible I tried to do my best and explore as much as possible. Due to an Event I already had most of my time occupied but in the early afternoon and later in the […]

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Rome Italy Travel Diary JoyDellaVita Travelblog

Rome Italy Travel Diary JoyDellaVita Travelblog

Having just 24h in Rome is way too short! Even though a stay in Rome should be as long as ever possible I tried to do my best and explore as much as possible. Due to an Event I already had most of my time occupied but in the early afternoon and later in the evening I happily found some spare time to explore and wander the eternal city.

Straight from my Hotel, the Mariott Grand Hotel Flora, from which you can overlook Villa Borghese, a famous park, I started my explorations. Passing a few streets, walking a longer one and after a few minutes, I reached it, the famous Spanish Steps in Rome. Piazza di Spagna on the bottom of the steps was crowded and it seemed that every single Person was taking pictures with a selfie stick. What a coincidence, as they were sold all over. Did you know that the well-known authors John Keats and Percey Shelley once lived right next to the steps? Keats-Shelley House is now a museum and open to the public. To learn more, in the past, I shared another Article about the Spanish Steps during Day and Night.

From the Spanish steps/Piazza di Spagna it would have been just another short walk over to Piazza del Popolo but my time was running and I had to head back to the Hotel. Luckily in the evening I again found some time to walk over to the famous Steps in Rome. Then the area was definitely less crowded, and in the side streets, people were enjoying their Dinner outside. For sure I had to end this second visit to the Spanish Steps in Rome with a Gelato, before leaving early the other Day. 24h in Rome are like nothing…

Rome Italy Travel Diary JoyDellaVita Travelblog
Villa Borghese Garden
Rome Italy Travel Diary JoyDellaVita Travelblog
I had breakfast on that Rooftop – Amazing views!

24h in Rome Italy Travel Diary JoyDellaVita Travelblog

Rome Italy Travel Diary JoyDellaVita Travelblog
Roman Souvenir Shops

Rome Italy Travel Diary JoyDellaVita Travelblog

Rome Italy Travel Diary JoyDellaVita Travelblog

Italian Sportscar in the Italian Capital City
Italian Sportscar in the Italian Capital City

Rome Italy Travel Diary JoyDellaVita Travelblog

Rome Italy Travel Diary JoyDellaVita Travelblog

Rome Nightlife
Rome Nightlife

Rome by Night

Italian Gelato
Italian Gelato

Italian Gelato in Rome at the Spanish Steps

Italian Gelato in Rome at the Spanish Steps

Italian Gelato in Rome at the Spanish Steps
Italian Gelato in Rome at the Spanish Steps

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  1. […] During the late evening, it was around 8 pm, when I again approached the are in front of the Trinità dei Monti the setting sun was in its latest stages of finally going down. The sky was still a bit purple but already dark blue, a very nice scene and with a great romantic panorama on Rome. You will find more Impressions of this pretty scenery in my “24 hours in Rome” article that you can find here: Travel Diary: 24h in Rome in May. […]

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Lisa is a Blogger for more than a decade now, sharing her adventures exploring the world on JoyDellaVita, as well as excursions into the culinary world, sustainable choices, how to live a healthy active lifestyle but overall, how to enjoy a life full of joys.

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