Walking around Rome is romantic in its own way. It is undoubtedly one of the world’s most romantic cities with its grand monuments, beautiful mountains, cobblestoned streets and splendid piazzas. Everything here emanates romance whether it is wine, smell, people or music. However, there are certain places in Rome that help the couples to raise the romance level even more.
Even during the night, you can head to the historical center or even Trastevere for a romantic stroll. Moreover, the city showers its magical glow and all the breathtaking beautiful monuments are all lit up. Moreover, Spanish Steps or Trevi Fountain is just the perfect place where couples can steal a kiss under the moonlight. There is a tale about how making wishes at this place comes true.
Rome: A City Of Eternal Love
If you are wondering which is the right place to enjoy the special occasion then book a table in advance at Rome’s 3 Michelin Star Restaurant La Pergola at the Waldorf Hilton Astoria. Here you can have an unforgettable experience to view all Rome from its terrace.
Most of the lovers find Tiber River as a favorite one which has many bridges and allows the view the dome of St Peters Basilica. Most of us have seen “Love Locks” in the movie and we find it very interesting. You will be amazed to know that Rome has famous “Love Locks” Bridge where couples attach their lock and throw keys into the Tevere to reinforce their love. It is simply the token of their love.
1. Spanish Steps
Spanish Steps or “Scalina Spagna” is a must visit place for couples when in Rome. It is very beautiful with its regular butterfly design along with 138 steps. Well, no denies it is a great example of Roman Baroque Style. Tourists can simply sit here and enjoy the views as well as the atmosphere of this Eternal City. Lower Piazza di Spagna is connected to the upper piazza Trinita Dei Monti. Moreover, twin tower dominates the skyline. “Fontana della Barcaccia” or “Fountain of the Old Boat” is present at the lower end of the stairs. Even John Keats lived here. A museum is dedicated to his memory. Furthermore, it is a popular place for artists, painters, and poets whose presence attracted many beautiful women to this area. In turn, rich Romans and travelers were also attracted.
2. Trevi Fountain
You will find no other place but Rome that celebrates the ever-mutating and incredible power of water. Trevi Fountain is not only a mere sculpture but an amazing work of art. This fountain is just the true wonder. You can even hear its presence from the nearby streets. As the distance between the fountain and you decrease the gushing water grows constantly more intense. After you reach the crescendo in the square, you are going to see the most breathtaking sight. Well, there is a saying that if you throw a coin over your shoulder into the water then you will be surely returning to Rome. Every day, around 3,000 euros coins are thrown here.
3. Piazza Navona
Piazza Navona is a central elegant showcase square of Rome with colorful streets, artists, tourists, baroque palazzi and showy fountains. Bernini’s Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi is the grand centerpiece which is a fountain. It features Egyptian obelisk and muscular personification of the rivers Nile, Plate, Ganges, and the Danube.
4. Villa Borghese Park
It is the largest green area of Rome as well as the largest public park too. Villa Borghese is just the right place if you want to escape the hustle bustle of the city. It is the perfect place for sightseeing trip and date. Hiring a bike is a popular activity here and you will find the hire station just at the start of the walk.
Take a trip across the river to Tiber River to Trastevere which is a charming place with a scorching nature. It is a formally working-class district with a heady nightlife. This is surely going to take you from the crowds to the hidden corners of Rome.