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Piazza Navona, Monumento a Vittorio Emanuele II, Roma Basilica di Santa Maria in AraCoeli, Isola, The Pantheon,  Traian Column, Quirinale,  Marcello Theater are few of the places that made my third day in Rome, therefore I discovered more of Rome.

I must say that Monumento a Vittorio Emanuele II and The Pantheon were two of the most outstanding tourist attractions that definitely caught my eyes. A vaporous orange-ish playsuit from H&M  gave me the energy to conquer Rome. Let’s discover more of Rome with the following photos!

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I’ve been busy as a bee, but that didn’t discourage me to continue my travel diary to Rome. What is Rome without visiting Vatican? Well…almost nothing because you will be highly fascinated by this city.  I must emphasize that the effort to get there is huge, but worthy and you need at least half of the day for that. We queued for 2 hours to see ‘Basilica de San Pedro‘ , but I swear that the first impression was overwhelming.

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When in Rome…

Have you seen that romantic movie ‘ When in Rome’? Unfortunately, I didn’t go there to live such a story, considering the absence of my boyfriend, but to discover this beautiful capital being accompanied by my Polish friend.

When I travel abroad, I usually try to get to know the overall and then I start digging into specific areas. Therefore, the same I did with Rome.  Even though we arrived late,that didn’t  stop us to explore the antique capital.

1st stop: Colosseum. We took the metro to Colosseum, where we were overwhelmed of its immensity once we got there. Obviously, the Morrocans couldn’t from there by selling different cheap souvenirs, including selfie sticks.

2nd stop Then, we went by foot beyond the Tiber to Trastevere, a charming Read more