On day 1, we explored the Antique Rome, on day 2, we visited the Vatican, and day 3 was all about the ‘everyday’ Rome.
After a morning lazing around the pool of our hotel. We headed to the city centre for a last stroll before our flight.
We first looked for a nice spot for lunch and found a great place just off the Piazza Navona. I talked more about Cul de Sac, there.
After a very satisfying lunch, we went to explore Piazza Navona and its surroundings.
The atmosphere of Rome is just intoxicating, you cannot help but feel happy walking in the yellow cobbled streets.
We walked through the city centre on the look for gelatos.
And we ended our trip at the Pantheon, one of Rome oldest building still standing!
It was my third time here and I can say that Rome really never disappoints!
Looking for a nice little spot for a refreshing glass of wine in Rome, away from the touristy crowd? Follow me!
There is that little spot I know, right off Piazza Navona.
Head south of the Piazza. Walk past the touristy restaurants and head to the tiny Piazza di Pasquino. This is where you will find Cul de Sac (‘dead-end’ in French). The name may be French but the products are very Italian!
The wine bar is not huge but it has a lovely terrace. We decided to grab a bite inside as it was pretty hot on that day and we could do with an hour in the shade.
Grab a sit a choose from the thousands of bottles of wine surrounding you! We went for rose (of course!).
Once the beverage of your choice on the table, order as many sharing platters as your belly can handle! Everything is delicious!
Nothing fancy there, just very high quality products.