Our 5-Day Rome Itinerary

It’s Wednesday – and we’re headed to Rome! We’re spending the morning exploring the last gems of Paris that we’d like to visit, and then catching a late flight to Rome and arriving in the late evening. Since we shared our itinerary for Paris – I thought I’d drop in and share our itinerary for Rome that we are super excited to dive into! Take a look and, if you’ve been to Rome before and have visited some of these places – let me know what you thought!

Next week, I’ll officially be back into the office and sharing #allthethings that need to get done before executing our very first wedding the season – yay! Off to enjoy these last few moments before hopping on a plane!



Day 1
8:00am – Breakfast at Giselda (Trastevere)
9:00am – Stroll/Explore Trastevere
12:00pm – Lunch at La Boccaccia (Pizzeria) OR The Fish Market (Fish…no surprise there)
7:30pm – Dinner at Pianostrada (Mediterranean)

Note: As you can see above, we reserved this day for lots of spontaneous exploring so that we can soak everything in for a bit before the real tourism begins!

Day 2
9:00am – Breakfast at Parenti La Vacca (Mediterranean)
10:00am – After-Breakfast Treats at NovecentoTredici
0:30am – Tour Vatican Museums + Sistine Chapel
1:00pm – Lunch at Pinsa ‘Mpo (Pizzeria)
2:00pm – Tour St. Peter’s Basilica
7:00pm – Dinner at La Zanzara (Mediterranean/International)

Day 3
9:00am – Breakfast at Pasticceria Regoli (Bakery/Coffee Shop)
10:00am – Tour the Colosseum
12:00pm – Lunch at La Taverna dei Fori Imperiali (Mediterranean)
1:30pm – After Lunch Dessert at Giolitti (Ice Cream)
2:00pm – Tour Palatine Hill & Roman Forum
8:00pm – Dinner at Osteria Bonelli

Day 4
9:00am – Breakfast at Coromandel (International Breakfast/Coffee House)
10:00am – Tour the Pantheon
1:00pm – Tour the Trevi Fountain
2:00pm – Lunch at Osteria da Fortunata (Mediterranean)
3:30pm – Tour Borghese Gallery
7:00pm – Dinner at Farinè La Pizza (Pizzeria)

Day 5
NOTE: We marked this day as a “free day”, meaning that we have no real itinerary, but did list some possible sights that we’d like to visit if we have time. Here they are:

Piazza Navona
Arcibasilica di San Giovanni in Laterano
Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore
Abbazia di San Paolo Fuori le Mura
Church of St. Louis of the French
Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola at Campus Martius
Basilica of San Clemente al Laterano
San Pietro in Vincoli
Fontana dei Quattro fiumi

Lunch at Trapizzino (We DO have a lunch spot, though!)

AH! Super excited to explore this city and soak more beauty and history in. Here we go! See you guys back in the office on next week – I’ll be kicking into high gear and sharing all of my goals to prepare for our first wedding of the season next month. Hugs!


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