The most romantic glimpses and places in Rome

Are you hopeless romantics? Then Rome is the right city for you! A single look to the Eternal City would be enough to make anyone fall in love. Its streets can be seen through the eyes, but above all… through the heart. When in Rome, among the thousand-year old ruins, there are many places to venture into the depths of the city and rediscover love.

Just like Antonello Venditti used to sing, “Quanto sei bella Roma quand’e’ sera, quando la luna se specchia, dentro ar fontanone e le coppiette se ne vanno via ...".

Strolling, hand in hand, in the historic centre of Rome

Even if Rome is full of poetic glimpses and places, one of the most romantic activities is just strolling hand in hand through the streets of its fascinating historic centre… this will definitely leave you speechless!

Stroll through the refined Via Condotti, take a walk around Piazza di Spagna or Piazza Navona. Once there, don’t let the Trevi Fountain slip away! It’s one of the most romantic places in the world, where you should not forget to toss your coin and make your innermost wishes.

At sundown, the city is even more romantic. When the first lights are turned on, creating a magic atmosphere, with the streets becoming fully peaceful and quiet, a stolen kiss or an oath of eternal love taste even more heartfelt and sentimental. There’s nothing more romantic than a midnight stroll through the streets of Rome.

The Colosseum and Via dei Fori Imperiali

Among the places not to be missed during your roman holidays there’s, no doubt, the Colosseum, one of the most famous monuments in the world, as well as one of the emblems of the city, a symbol that even today fascinates visitors from all over the globe. Don’t miss Via dei Fori Imperiali, a thrilling experience that will become even more fulfilling if shared with your lover.

Villa Borghese and the Orange Garden (Giardino degli Aranci)

If you wish to spend some peaceful moments of pure relax immersed in nature with your partner, we recommend Villa Borghese and the Orange Garden (il Giardino degli Aranci).

Villa Borghese and its pond, with the temple of Aesculapius, constitute one of the most romantic places in the whole Rome, a real nest for couples in love. After a good walk along the boulevards, don’t miss the romantic boat ride at the temple of Aesculapius, definitely a photo-op for a selfie on the picturesque little rowboats.

Another place among the most romantic in Rome is the Orange Garden, located on the Aventine Hill. Also known as “Savello park”, this is the right place to take a romantic walk. Besides, from its terrace, surrounded by the orange scent, you will enjoy one of the most suggestive and panoramic views in Rome, from the Tiber bend to Saint Peter’s Basilica.

Rome at sunset

When the sun goes down, the city changes and it takes on a unique charm. For those who don’t know, Rome is one of the Italian cities where to admire the most beautiful sunset ever. There are plenty of wonderful spots to enjoy panoramic views in the Eternal City, when the sky is a spectacle of colors and nuances. Among them, the Gianicolo terrace, a real paradise for couples in love. Placed between the Vatican and Trastevere, the Gianicolo offers a breathtaking view on the whole city, especially on warm days. A stunning sight hard to describe!