Roaming around Rome in a day

Rome was not built in a day. And you will realize it when you try to cover Rome in a day 🙂 So did we. But with limited time at hand, we tried to make the most of it, roaming around Rome in a day!

Rome in a day

Rome was the first destination that we started with during our trip to Europe. Although we had planned for two days of travel around Rome, but the day of arrival things didn’t go as smooth as expected. We arrived early in the morning at the airport. But it took quiet some time to clear the immigrations since there was a lot of crowd owing to the long Easter weekend. Thereafter , it was almost an hour’s ride to our hotel. Upon arrival, we got our rooms appointed and by the time we settled, it was almost noon. Tired and exhausted of the long journey, plus the jet lag, we decided not to do anything else. Rather to take rest so that we could recharge ourselves for the 20 days long trip that we had laid for ourselves.

So, we were left with one more day in Rome. The next day, we woke up energized. And we decided to make the most of our trip around Rome in one day. After a hearty continental breakfast, our day started with a visit to the Vatican city. The theme for our tour through Rome in a day was to explore the ancient and beautiful heritage of Rome that is world famous.

The Vatican city


When you have to visit Rome in a day, Vatican city has to be there on your charter. Since it was just the day before Easter, a lot of preparations were going on in the Vatican for the next day when the Pope addresses Rome. It’s a story in itself how Rome celebrates Easter. It was nice to see all the preparations, apart from the usual great stuff that Vatican has to offer. But there was a long queue at the entrance where we did spend around 40 minutes before entering into the Vatican Museums. But when we finally did, we were awestruck by its beauty.

Vatican Museums

Rome in a day
Glimpses of the great art and sculptures at the Vatican Museums

The Vatican Museums have some most renowned work of art and sculptures from the renaissance period. These have been collected by the Popes over centuries. The museum contains more than seventy thousand pieces of great work of art. But out of those, only around twenty thousand are on display. The museum was formed in early 18th centuary by Pope Julius II. There are 54 galleries in the museum. And it takes quiet some time to go through them, admiring some of the best pieces of art in the world. While the walls of the galleries are adorned by unparalleled thread works and paintings. At the same time the walkways are lined with unique sculptures. And the ceilings are decorated with wonderful paintings from the renaissance period. Each work of art has a story to tell.

You will be simply blown away by their accuracy of representation, proportions of human anatomy and beauty of expression! Some of the major paintings that the Vatican Museum includes are Giotto’s Stefaneschi Triptych, Raphael’s Madonna of Foligno, Oddi Altarpiece and Transfiguration and Leonardo da Vinci’s St. Jerome in the Wilderness. For lovers of art, it is a must visit when they have to see Rome in a day.
Walking through the Vatican Museum you arrive at the Sistine Chapel at last.

The Sistine Chapel

Inside the official residence of the pope, the Apostolic Palace, stands the Sistine Chapel. The chapel serves as the site of the ‘Papal Conclave’ – the process of selecting a new pope. However, the most interesting piece that holds the attraction of visitors in the Sistine Chapel is the ceiling decorated by none other than Michelangelo himself. The world famous painting ‘The last judgement’ decorates the whole altar wall of the Sistine Chapel. It depicts the second coming of Christ and the final and eternal judgement by God of humanity. In the painting, one can see the souls of human rising and being judged by God who is being assisted by his saints.

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Apart from this, during renaissance time, a team of the most famous artists and painters worked to cover the Sistine Chapel with different paintings depicting the life of Christ. It’s forbidden to speak inside the Sistine Chapel and visitors are expected to maintain silence here. If you are in the Vatican, and you have to see Rome in a day, you must not miss the Sistine Chapel.

St. Peter’s Basilica

Another must visit when seeing Rome in a day, St. Peters Basilica is a renaissance church standing next to the Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museum. It is considered the most renowned work of the renaissance period. Most of the famous artists of the renaissance time, including Michelangelo worked together to create this great piece of architecture.St. Peter’s Basilica is actually regarded as one of the holiest Catholic shrines in the world. The day we visited here, there were preparations going on both inside and outside the Church for the upcoming Easter eve. When the pope addresses the Roman people.

Rome in a day

In spite of the crowd and the arrangements in full swing, we could marvel the architectural intricacies inside the church. While outside, we loved the floral arrangements that were being put. Imagine what an even greater experience it must be to visit here on a day when it is not so crowded. Although we do wonder if such a day comes at St. Peter’s Basilica. Nevertheless, when you are seeing Rome in a day, do visit here, no matter which day it is!! After coming out of the St. Peter’s Basilica, we had our lunch. It was a takeaway to save time. And thereafter, we started towards our next destination, the Colosseum.

The Roman Colosseum


When you are visiting Rome in a day, you might not want to miss the biggest amphitheater ever built in the history of mankind – the Roman Colosseum. Built from 72AD to 80AD, this forum had a capacity to hold a crowd of fifty thousand to eighty thousand spectators. That itself shows it’s granduer. Although it has been damaged partially through earthquakes and natural calamities over thousands of centuaries, it still stands tall and massive as the symbol of the Imperial Rome. The seating at the amphitheater shows the rigid strata the Roman society was divided into. The best viewpoints were reserved for the Emperors followed by the senatorial classes.

Rome in a day
The arena of the colosseum

A tire up seated the noble classes and knights. There after followed different social groups. And what did they do there? They observed games, particularly the gladiatorial shows and the animal hunt shows called venatio, that were held from time to time. The hero of the plays that were held – often a condemned person – was killed gruesomely in mythologically authentic ways.Next, after coming down from the Colosseum, we headed through the Roman Forum – admiring the ruins of the Roman Empire.

PS: A gladiator was an armed person who entertained audiences in Roman Empire by violently confronting with other gladiators, wild animals, and condemned criminals. Some gladiators were volunteers who risked their lives at will. But, most others were despised as slaves, schooled under harsh conditions, socially marginalized, and segregated even in death.

The Roman Forum & Palatine Hill


The Roman Forum is one of the most ancient parts of the Roman Empire. It consists of ruins of several important buildings, government offices, markets, trade centers and general buildings of the ancient times. In the ancient days, during the 100-500BC in particular, when the Roman Empire was great and massive, it was the center of the public life in Rome. While criminal trials were done here, statues of great men were also setup to commemorate them. The Roman Forum lies between the Capitoline hills and the Palatine Hills. And it is a sight to behold. It is a living example of the might of ancient human kingdoms and empires.

Rome in a day

While the Palatine hill, one of the seven hills in Rome, is also one of the ancient most areas of Rome. It has mythological importance as well. According to Roman mythology, the Palatine Hill was the location of the cave, known as the Lupercal, where Romulus and Remus were found by the she-wolf Lupa that kept them alive. Now it is an archeological site open to public. When roaming around Rome in a day, it definitely should be on your must visit list. Afterall , to be in Rome, and not visit the ancient ruins, is like an incomplete journey.

The Pantheon


When visiting Rome in a day, you might as well want to have a look at the Pantheon. The word Pantheon is actually derived from a greek word with a beautiful meaning “temple of every God!”. And as the name implies, the Pantheon is an ancient Roman Temple that is now a church. There are statues of different Gods placed outside the building as well. And it’s speculated that is also the reason for it’s naming. Although, due to limited time, we didn’t spend much time inside it. But still, it left a lasting impression on us with it’s massive architecture, and intricate works of art. The interesting part is that while many of the other Roman buildings got damaged and needed multiple restorations. The Pantheon has been best preserved. Perhaps because it has been continuously in use since the ancient time. It was never closed as such.

Rome in a day

Trevi Fountain


One of the most famous fountain that stands in the Trevi district in Rome is the Trevi fountain. A major spot for suiting of films as well as for tourists alike, the Trevi fountain is the largest and the most famous water fountain in Rome. So, when visiting Rome in a day, we would highly recommend going to the Trevi Fountain. And so did we. Apart from the beautiful architectural details that the fountain exhibits, it’s particularly a treat to the eyes when visited in the evening with the lights on.

There is a tradition of making wishes and throwing coins in the Trevi fountain which is so famous that it was the basis of an entire book and the movie “Three coins in the fountain”. It’s believed you throw one coin over your right shoulder in the fountain and you will be returning to Rome one day. However, it is believed that these coins are fished out by the government and donated for better cause. The Roman Catholic charity Caritas runs food and social programs for the needy and oppressed in 200 countries and territories worldwide. They use these coins to meet their needs. Now, that’s an even better reason to throw a coin in the fountain than for the cause of returning back to Rome – isn’t it?

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Piazza Navona


Our last stop during our own tour around Rome in a day was Piazza Navona. It is a piazza or a square in the center of Rome, built in the 1st century AD. It features some important sculptures and architectural creations. The most famous and prominent being the fountain of the four rivers that stands in it’s center. As we arrived here , the evening was setting in. And the environment around was really cool. While we took our seat near the fountain of the four rivers to rest our foot for a while.

We could see the whole area abuzz with activities. On one side was a magic show going on while on the other side, someone was playing a beautiful tune on his violin. There were children running around and chasing pigeons. And so did our little one. The outdoor sittings in front of the restaurants surrounding the piazza were slowly getting filled with people. And candle lights were coming up. Overall, it was the exact refreshing environment that we needed after a long day walking around and experiencing Rome in a day!! What an end to the tour that we had.

Rome in a day
Fountain of the four rivers at Piazza Navona

Summary of our visit around Rome in a day

Activities Timing
Breakfast 7:00am
Vatican Museums 8:00am
The Sistine Chapel 11:00am
St. Peters Basilica 11:30am
Lunch 12:30pm
Colosseum 1:00pm
The Roman Forum & Palatine Hill 3:00pm
The Pantheon 4:30pm
Trevi Fountain 5:00pm
Piazza Navona 6:00pm


So, what all did we see in Rome in a day? Of course not everything that is there to see and all the activity that is there to do. But, we did visit the places that we were interested in. And without visiting them, our visit to Rome would have felt incomplete. So, we were really satisfied with our roaming around Rome in a day 🙂 . Later when we went on to Florence and took a walking tour around the Duomo, and one around river Arno, we found great architectural similarities between the structures in Rome and Florence. And that made us want to return back to Rome one day to explore more.

There are some more places of interest in Rome like the Spanish steps, Castel Sant’Angelo, Piazza Venezia, National Roman Museum etc. If you have time beyond a day, we would recommend you take a hop-on-hop-off bus pass and then explore these regions of Rome. Overall, visiting the ancient parts of Rome is like visiting another world – an ancient world that belongs to the beginning of the calendar years. We remember getting similar feelings when we visited Hampi back home. But the Roman empire is even older and dates back to the BCs.

Tips on visiting Rome in a day

  1. Don’t rush. You can make your own plan and spend more time at the places you feel interested in.
  2. Pick the places that appeal most to you.
  3. If any of these requires tickets like the colosseum and the Vatican, then try booking them in advance to save standing in long queues at the counter.
  4. Have takeaway food for your meals, so that you can save time. While you transition from one destination to another, you can have your meals.
  5. Keep a bottle of refill drinking water with you. And keep yourself hydrated.
  6. Beware of pickpockets. They are in abundance around the main tourist centers like the Colosseum, Trevi fountain, the fountain of the four rivers etc.
  7. Wear comfortable walking shoes.
  8. If you have toddlers and smaller kids with you, you might consider carrying a stroller along. Since there will be tremendous amount of walking to be done when you want to see Rome in a day.
  9. But, in the Vatican, it might be a little challenging to carry a stroller and more so in the colosseum. Because at these places you will be taking stairs now and then. Which will require you to carry the stroller up the stairs which will be a strenuous job.

After spending this one enchanting day in Rome, we went ahead on a trip to Florence, PisaVenice, Switzerland covering Bern, Interlaken, Engleberg, Lucerne and Grindelwald and then further to Paris and Amsterdam. Stay tuned for the upcoming stories from our Europe trip.


Your perfect guide to see Rome in a day .. Covering the Pantheon, Vatican Museum, Sistine Chapel, Trevi Fountain, St. Peters Basillica, Roman Forum, Colosseum and the Piazza Navona

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  1. […] reaction which was common to all – Oh! You did it at a really low budget!! We travelled to Rome, Florence, Venice & Pisa in Italy, then Lucerne, Bern, Grindelwald, Interlaken and Mount Titlis […]

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  3. Having studied Latin at school, Rome has always been my favourite city in Europe. Actually, I would say it is one of the few cities on earth which you can definietly NOT fully explore even in two or three days and should allow for at least four or five days to fully appreciate its beauty, history and lifestyle. One or two daytrips to the outskirts (Tivoli, Via Appia Antica or the historic harbour in Ostia) would round up the experience. I’m happy for you if you say you had been able to see everything which interested you in just one day, however, I can’t help the feeling that this sounds a little bit like “blasphemy” to me and I still think that this must have been quite a rush. And, in the end, it is also about enjoying sitting at the Piazzas, enjoying Gelato, Pizza or a coffee and just breathing in the Roman lifestyle, isn’t it?

    • What you say is the ‘dream’ way for every traveler to enjoy. But not everyone is blessed with that 🙂 We hold full time jobs and we come from a country where it requires a lot of paper work, hassle as well as costs a lot of money to travel overseas, particularly US and Europe (Refer to my Schengen Visa Post). So, I am coming here from the perspective of a time – poor traveler or someone with limited time at hand, still wanting to make the most of it. So, thats where this whole one day thing comes from.

  4. […] as expected, Rome was crowded pertaining to the easter eve. And so was Florence.  But the experience that we had […]

  5. sounds like a great itinerary. what was your choice of travel between each site? bus? taxi? and what are the fares?

    • We travelled by taxi between The Vatican and Colosseum to save time. And we shared cost within our group so it was cost effective. Apart from that, we walked across from Colosseum to rest of the sites

  6. Gosh, you certainly packed a lot of sightseeing in in such a short time. It took me much longer to do what you did.

    • I know, we had a limited time and we just wanted to make the most of every single moment that we spent in Italy

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  8. pakulele

    Rome is an amazing city! I rememember those huge ruins, glad they survive until now, it is very imressive. Thanks for sharing your experience, that is so useful for those who plan to go there

    • It’s really impressive. These ruins are from the 1st and 2nd century BC imagine…they have seen so many years..

  9. I feel no amount of time is enough for Rome. There is just so much to see. The first time one I only managed half of this list. I really want to do Roman Forum and Palantine Hill and then of course, the lesser known attractions. Sigh! Next time!

    • That’s true..Rome has so much to offer. You can just stroll around the city discovering gem of places all over

  10. I can’t believe you tried to do Rome in a day!

    You made a great effort of it, but surely it’s a city that deserves much more time…

    • It indeed does Chris. We had to miss many of the experiences. We will return here some day for more

  11. siddharthandshruti

    Rome is really a dream destination. You packed quite a bit in a day! That’s awesome. St Peters Basilica and the Sistine Chapel have always been on our list along with trevi fountain. But the walking tour at the Duomo does sound interesting. How tired were you at the end of the day?

    • Actually to be honest, not as tired as it seems from the list. Partially because we took breaks in between. And also because the weather was very supportive.

  12. Wow, what you packed in a day took us almost 2-3 days. Especially the Vatican, I would really keep a whole day for it. Plus isn’t that far away from the other attractions?

    • Yes, I agree. It was not exactly a slow travel. But rather a fast one. And the places are farther apart. But since we had just one day, we tried to make the most of it 🙂

  13. I am already fascinated by whole of Europe. Rome is a perfect example of architecture marvels. Neha & Abhishek, it is good you took rest on the first day to recover. I should say you actually covered a lot in a day. your pictures are beautiful. Will refer to your post once planing a trip to Europe.

    • Thank you Suruchi! We did have to pack things in a day since we had just one day with us. You can as well spread these over 2 or 3 days, spending more time at each of the destination.

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  15. You really can do all of these things in one day in Rome, and there are some tricks for saving time as well. For example if you buy your ticket for the Colisseum and the Roman Forum (one price lets you get into both) at the Roman Forum instead of the Colisseum, there will not be hardly any line at all. If you buy your tickets at the colisseum, you might wait in line 30-40 minutes! Also, you can buy your tickets for the Vatican museums online ahead of time and have no wait at all to get in.

    • Exactly Tami. Buying the tickets beforehand helps save a lot of time at most of the attractions in Rome. So, where ever possible, we tried to buy our tickets in advance.

  16. I have always wanted to see Rome. Who doesn’t? The Roman Colosseum fascinates me the most. I have seen similar amphitheatres in other nations, however charm lies in a day spent in the biggest one. I liked the way you mentioned itinerary for the day along with timings.

    • Thank you Abhinav. Although it was a packed day. If you have time, you can as well spread it across days

  17. What a lovely post! I was struck by your storytelling as well as by your pictures. The Coloseum does nit have a vacant field in the centre, or does it? And did you ask why its is required to be silent in the Sistine Chapel?

    • The colosseum is a closed structure actually. And it’s a common thing to observe and maintain silence in the place of worship, isn’t it?

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  19. Wow! You sure packed a LOT into one day – but it looks like you got to see all the highlights. I prefer to go slow, but sometimes you just don’t have the time, so knowing what you CAN fit into a day is very useful! Thanks for the tips!

    • Same with us..we always prefer to go slow but we just didn’t have the time this time around. And having travelled from so far to Rome and not being able to explore it as much as was in our capacity felt bad

  20. So many sights and emotions for just a day – that is what Rome is capable of 🙂

  21. Nikhila Chalamalasetty

    Fantastic. You did a fab job.

  22. Looks like you hit the the major sites like a well trained military machine. I think I would need at least a week, I hate to rush and want to really explore a place.

    • Lol…we had no other choice. So, we packed our schedules for the day

  23. Oh, you really did rush it, but you seem to have seen a lot. My head was just turning around when I saw the list of the places you’ve covered in such a short time. But you did it, and it also turned out to be one nice post. 😉

    • Thank you. Sometimes when you are constrained by time, you have got to push yourself. If you would have read our post on obtaining the Schengen visa, you will be knowing how much work it is for us to reach there. So, having reach there and not exploring the place would be such a disappointment!

  24. You definitely packed a lot into one fabulous day in Rome! Great choices of what to do when.

  25. Great post- you really cover a lot in one day but Rome does have so much to do. When I visited Rome it took me 2 days to see everything on this list but there was a heat wave and it was so hard to walk around.

    • Oh..luckily the day was just perfect like a spring day when we visited Rome. And I guess that kept us energetic

  26. Rome is my boyfriend’s favourite city and he told that he’ll take me here one day. Seeing your photos made me no wonder why. It has amazing architectures, especially the arena of the colosseum. It’s so nice too that you can roam Rome in just a day and can witness its beauty. Deifinitely on my bucket list! Thanks Neha ! X

  27. Mihaela Dragan

    This is a treasure! thanks so much for the effort in putting all this together. It will definitely come in handy when visiting Rome.

  28. It’s quite a long post but I enjoyed reading this one! If I’m going to Rome, I’ll be really looking forward to the Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon. Of course, going to all of what you listed in here is also a must!

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  30. Considering you only had a day, you’ve pretty much covered the most famous sites in Rome. I don’t think a day is enough for me though, if I could I’d stay there for 3 days hahaha… I envied my former colleagues when they went to Rome years ago. And they came back with spark in their eyes, and I remember feeling sorry for myself that I couldn’t go on that trip. I hope though that I’d get to experience it too.

    • you are tight Marge. Even we felt that we had to leave carving for more. But alas, sometimes you have to do with the limited amount of time that you have got somewhere and you just can’t help it. We wish you have a beautiful trip to Rome soon

  31. thejourneyingduo

    Great run down of how to plan a day in and around Rome. Lovely itinerary including all the top spots, thanks for sharing such an in depth piece

    • Thanks! Glad you liked it. Even I realized after summarizing it all that we did do a lot there 😀

  32. swatisinha09

    An awesome itinerary for 24 hours in Rome. Would be hectic but fun nonetheless. Rome’s beauty will leave you mesmerized, even in a day

    • You are right Swati. Although we didn’t feel it to be too hectic because the weather was cold. And we mixed places where we had to be on move and places where we could rest, with breaks in between, so didn’t feel the least exhausted 🙂

  33. Rome is indeed a treasure trove of Roman history and needs at the minimum a couple of days to do full justice to it. Of course the Vatican and the Vatican Museums themselves may take up a full day. And another thing is one needs to be ready for a lot of walking when in Rome. The Sistine Chapel is of course the jewel in the crown of Rome, it really is so exquisite.

    • Right…Rome, like all other Europe cities, needs a lot of walking to be done and there is so much to explore. Every monument has a history behind it. Every single piece in the collection of the Vatican museum has a lot of details to it and a rich background. There is simply so much to observe

  34. Nicole Anderson

    What an fantastic day you had in Rome! I am so impressed that you managed to see so much in just one day. This post was full of so much interesting information and photos that make Rome so desirable as a destination. I agree it would ideally be best to allow more time to really have more of a feel of this great city but you certainly did a fabulous job of seeing so much in such a short time.

    • Thanks Nicole. When you have such a short time, and such a beautiful city spread in front of you, your inner self will force you to make the best possible use of the time at hand 😀

  35. Really awesome post! I like the schedule you created. Like me it seems that you are packing things in so you can see everything.

    • Yes, with just one day at hand, we did try to do the best possible

  36. I’m happy to know that all of those attractions can be seen in one day! Great pictures! And very useful tips! About tip #3, did you book tickets in advance during your trip? (I guess the 40-minute of waiting time to go in the Vatican was “short” because you bought your ticket before?)

    • Yes, we did book our tickets in advance. The line where we had to wait for 40 minutes was for the entrance. The security check at the entrance makes it slower

  37. Beautiful post!!! I am leaving for Rome in 17 days (not that I am counting or anything). 6 days – and still not enough. Am so excited 😀

    • You will have a wonderful time then. You can really soak in the culture and all that Rome has to offer. Looking forward to hear about your time there

  38. For having limited time, you saw a lot! Your pictures are really beautiful. I think it was a good idea to get a little rest on your arrival day. It’s so easy to get worn on trip.

    • You are right Stacey. And that also, if you get tired and exhausted at the beginning of the trip itself, then rest of the trip will surely go for a toss until you really take a break to rest yourself

  39. This is such a useful guide to have when you only have a day to spend in Rome. Not to miss out on anything!

  40. It is so interesting how you roamed around Rome in one day. 🙂 The place is filled with historical artifacts that will bring you back in time. 🙂 You have captured the history and culture of Rome in just few shots. I hope I could visit this place soon.

    • Thanks! Sure the place is as magnificent, as historical and so full of culture

  41. Milijana

    A great round-up of Rome in a day! Like you have said, it is impossible to see whole Rome in one day, but your post covered the essentials of must-see in Rome. Well done!

  42. swatisinha09

    You had a whirlwind tour of Rome 🙂 . Must have been tiring but quite fulfilling too. Rome is so historic and I am sure everywhere there is a slice of history to be explored. This is a great guide for anyone who needs to cover some of it in a day !

    • It wasn’t as tiring as it seems. Since it was winter, the day was perfectly sunny, and we did rest our foot in between. We kept having food and water while walking around.

  43. wow I would so love to roam around Rome, perfect way to spend the summer months. Or even just a summer weekend!
    So jealous.

    • Yes, in a weekend, if you have couple of days, it will be just awesome enjoying the beauty of this place

  44. Wow, what a day! We attempted to do the same thing when we visited but it was pouring rain so it slowed down our progress. Bringing water is such a great tip as bottled water was such a waste of money and much needed from all the walking. Great pics, very jealous!

    • Thanks Gina. I can imagine your disappointment with the rain slowing down things. It happens. Hopefully you will soon have another great trip to Rome

  45. Sounds like you had a fantastic trip to rome nonetheless! Hope your Europe travel is going well! Stay safe 🙂 x

    • Yes, with the first day of the trip being dedicated to taking rest, the rest of the trip has turned fabulous. We are walking so much, we are eating takeaway meals, yet we feel so energetic

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