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Day 1. Start your itinerary to discover the city of Rome from the stunning Piazza del Popolo (underground stop: Flaminio A line or Red line) and admire the entrance from the ancient Porta Flaminia just as the ancient travelers used to do.
Embark in a pleasant walk along via del Babbuino and reach the famous Spanish Steps. Take a picture on the stairs and admire the Roman daily routine and life.
Proceed South to via del Borgognona and reach in just 10 minutes the stunning Trevi Fountain through via del Tritone: toss a coin into the fountain and make a wish!
From via delle Muratte, take via del Seminario. The street will lead you to the Pantheon - the temple of all Gods - in just 8 minutes. Stop for a gelato and enjoy it while relaxing on the small stairs located in the piazza. Take via della Rotonda and head to Largo di Torre Argentina. Visit the remains of the four Republican Roman temples and of Pompey's Theater.
If you still feel like going on, you can end your first day of itinerary of Rome with a visit to the Ghetto, just a 7 minute walk from Largo di Torre Argentina. Immerse in this charming district of Rome and have a nice dinner in one of the many local restaurants in the area.
Day 2. Start your second day itinerary from Piazza Venezia, dominated by the imposing monument dedicated to the Italian King Vittorio Emanuele II. Take via delle Tre Pile and reach the Piazza Del Campidoglio, where there's one of the most important monument of the city: the Tabularium. (4 minutes walking)
Enter the stunning Roman Forum, admire the beautiful ruins and explore the place where the Romans lived centuries ago. Then head to the Colosseum!
Day 3. Your 3rd day itinerary will set out from Piazza Campo de' Fiori, the square that hosts the local floral market. Take your time to walk through the several stands and try some samples of typical Italian food. By bus number 115 you can easily reach the area of Trastevere. Walk through the small streets and alleys and take your time to shop for original items and clothes from local artisans. By the same bus you can reach Castel Sant'Angelo, the ancient Pope's residence and the set of many famous movies.