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There is so much to see! If you want to discover much, get up early, dress properly to visit churches, wear comfy shoes and hit the road.
* On day one, I would recommend touring ancient Rome wandering over to the Roman Forum and Coliseum and take a leisure afternoon walk to explore piazzas and fountains like Piazza Navona, the Spanish Steps, the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain, Piazza del Popolo and Piazza Venezia.
*Day two should be devoted to the Vatican to explore St Peter's Basilica, the Vatican Museums and Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel.
*On day three, the lively outdoor market in Campo de Fiori is a good starting point to enjoy Rome's everyday life before visiting the nearby Jewish Ghetto and the adjacent Tiber Island to reach Trastevere, an eclectic neighborhood full of great medieval churches and baroque architecture. Once here go the extra mile to reach the scenic Janiculum Hill, famous for its breathtaking view over the city.
When in Rome don't miss a walking tour of the Aventine Hill to experience the bucolic Orange gardens and the glorious view across the river to the Janiculum Hill and Saint Peter's, and the early Christian Basilicas of Santa Sabina and Santo' Alessio. Last but not least enjoy the famous grand view of St. Peter's through the Key Hole.
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