3 Days trip in Italy

Budget: 0 USD - 400 USD City sightseeing Cultural experiences Festivals/events Food exploration Historical landmarks Nightlife Outdoor adventures Wildlife exploration
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Italy is a beautiful country with a rich history and culture, known for its art, architecture, fashion, and cuisine.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to EUR
️ 15.33°C
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Day 1

  1. Colosseum

    120 minutes

    Explore the Colosseum, one of the most iconic historical landmarks in Rome. Take a guided tour to learn about the history and architecture of this iconic arena.

  2. Trastevere neighborhood

    180 minutes

    Visit the charming Trastevere neighborhood, known for its narrow cobblestone streets, trendy bars, and traditional trattorias. Take a food tour to taste the local cuisine and mingle with locals on the street.

  3. Piazza Navona

    120 minutes

    Join the night festivities at Piazza Navona, a lively square with street performers, musicians, and artists. Grab a gelato or drink at the many cafes and bars around the square and enjoy the vibrant ambiance.

Day 2

  1. Vatican City

    180 minutes

    Visit Vatican City, the smallest country in the world, and home to St. Peter's Basilica, the Sistine Chapel, and the Vatican Museums. Take a guided tour to learn about the holy artifacts and artworks housed in these world-class museums.

  2. Appian Way

    180 minutes

    Explore the ancient Appian Way, a scenic road just outside Rome that connects to the countryside. Rent a bike or take a walking tour to see the historic ruins, countryside villas, and hidden catacombs along the way.

  3. Campo de' Fiori

    120 minutes

    Have dinner at Campo de' Fiori, a buzzing square with outdoor cafes, gelaterias, and bars. Taste the local specialties like carbonara pasta, pizza, and wine, and mingle with the locals on this lively street.

Day 3

  1. Trevi Fountain

    60 minutes

    Make a wish at the Trevi Fountain, one of the most beautiful Baroque fountains in the world. Take a coin and toss it over your shoulder into the fountain, and follow the legend that promises a return visit to Rome.

  2. Trastevere neighborhood

    90 minutes

    Take a cooking class in the Trastevere neighborhood, and learn how to make the perfect Italian pasta and sauces. Use fresh ingredients from the local markets and enjoy your homemade lunch with a local wine.

  3. Villa Borghese Gardens

    120 minutes

    Visit the Villa Borghese Gardens, a beautiful park with stunning views of Rome. Rent a paddleboat and explore the small lake, or admire the art and sculptures at the Galleria Borghese museum.

Day 0

    Estimated Cost (USD)


    20-30 USD per night
    80-120 USD per night
    50-80 USD per night


    1.50-3 USD per ride
    30-40 USD per ride
    Bike/ Scooter Rental
    15-30 USD per day


    Street Food
    5-10 USD per meal
    15-20 USD per meal
    Fancy Meal
    50-100 USD per meal


    Colosseum Entrance Fee
    17 USD per person
    Vatican Museum Entrance Fee
    20 USD per person
    Guided Walking Tour
    25-30 USD per person

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