Balazs and I were very excited to see what you picked and after browsing through all the ideas once more and reading about your experiences, we decided that Rome is definitely for us this time around. (But Lisbon was a very close second). The thing that nudged us to pick Italy was the overwhelming amount of history, the food that you guys kept on referring to and the fact that it won't be crowded, since it's before the summer season rush. Also, someone made a great point saying that the weather will be already pretty spring-y due to the Mediterranean climate, so we can easily enjoy strolls as well as all the museums. Best of two worlds, really! We are leaving in the end of March for a week-long vacation - the flights are all booked. Yay!
So, darlings I would love to hear all your tips on Rome, please. Where to stay? What to see besides the obvious? What to look out for? Where is the best ice cream or pasta place? Where should we get lost? What's the best way to move around the city: walk, bus, bike? Can’t wait to hear your ideas. Thank you! xo
(Photos by John Cobb and via Ulla)