By Nadine Sedillo
Whether you are looking to rekindle your romance or hoping to get a perfect place to spend your honeymoon, there’s no better place to achieve your desires than Rome. Being the capital of Italy, Rome is considered as the love city. This is very true; love lurks behind every site, parks as well as the stunning Italian restaurants. So, which are the top five romantic travel destinations in Rome where you could take your partner for a stroll or pop the big question? Here are the top five recommended romantic travel destination that you can visit.
Villa D’Este. One of the best places to visit in Italy is Villa D’Este. This place is just half an hour outside Rome in a town called Tivoli. It harbors stunning 400 fountains and a large stone structured building. It’s one of the top romantic sceneries you would see in movies or read about in books. It represents as a perfect place to pop the big question to your fiancé.
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A trip to Europe would not be complete without a trip to the Eternal City of Rome. Rome is one of those places that you will not get the feel of until you get there. No matter how many movies you see that are set in Rome, or how much studying you do about the history of the city, you will not feel what Rome is about until you step foot off that plane. If you are looking for a cheap flight to Rome, now is a really great time to start shopping!
There is more to see in this one city than most countries have to offer. In fact, the city of Rome has another country located within its walls – the Vatican. Your first stop should be St. Peter’s Basilica, whether you are Catholic or not. The immense courtyard will astound you, as you look around and realize how much of our history has come out of those walls.
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Museo Nazionale Romano – Crypta Balbi (Roman National Museum – Crypta Balbi). Opened only a few years ago, this museum is particularly impressive because it provides a reconstruction of the general background as well as the daily life of the ancient Romans. It is divided in three sections and each contributes to the general picture with archaeological findings of all kinds and with plastic models of dwellings and other structures. The whole exhibition covers a span of time down to the Middle Ages.
Musei Capitolini (Capitoline Museums). Suppose you are in Rome and you wish to visit a museum exhibiting some of the art treasures that you have always wanted to see, where would it be best for you to go? The answer is extremely simple. Take your pick. Rome has been called an open-air museum, with so many ancient buildings, monuments and archaeological remains to be admired everywhere around the city that you have an embarrassingly wide choice. However, if you are near the Capitoline Hill, we suggest you pay a visit to the Capitoline Museums. They are a complex of buildings hosting a fantastic collection of Egyptian, Greek and, above all, Roman sculptures, Roman artefacts, such as jewels and medals, as well as other works of art, including a bronze equestrian statue of Emperor Marcus Aurelius, which was restored in recent years.
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