5 Tips to spend Valentine’s Day in Rome

5 Tips to spend Valentine’s Day in Rome
5 Tips to spend Valentine’s Day in Rome

Needless to say that Rome is one of the most romantic cities in the world. With “La Festa Degli Innamorati,” -as Valentines Day is called in Italy. Our propose of Lovers To-Do list to spend  some special days in Rome, surprising your amore. You should chose to many romantic Valentines day in Rome events lined up, you are spoilt for choice. You start the surprise with booking a room at ancient centre of Rome and from there on you plan the rest of your day. You will celebrate your love story and you could be feel as the two lovers players of the famous movie “Vacanze Romane”. Here you will find some suggestions about our five ways to spend Valentines day in Rome.

 

Bike addicted – If the weather permits you will rent a bike or a rickshaw and get on, buy some goodies to take with you. Head for one of the romantic spots in the city to celebrate Valentines day in Rome, like Villa Borghese, the Trevi Fountain, Giardino degli Aranci, the Janiculum hill or the Monte Mario Observatory to see the eye catching landscape.

Art lovers – Another option for photographers and photo lovers is to go visit an charming exibition.
The Great Masters. 100 Years of Leica photography: exhibition in Rome to celebrate 100 Years of Leica photography at the Vittoriano Complex – Ala Brasini that pays homage to the first camera with 35 mm film, to vintage photography and all the artists who have interpreted the history of twenties to the days of today, celebrating their images.There are over 350 works by major and most prestigious authors you will find Henri Cartier-Bresson, Gianni Berengo Gardin, William Klein, Robert Frank, Robert Capa Elliott Erwitt and many others with dozens of original documents, and vintage equipment.

Music fans – For couples who love music there is an exhibition not to be missed: “The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains”. After the huge success of the debut a few months ago at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, which saw the participation of more than 400,000 people, the exhibition moves to Rome for the first international stage. The exhibition opened at MACRO Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome in via Nizza on January 19th.

Turistic way – You could start a scenic tour of the couple city, with a panoramic bus. To living a romantic experience and to breathe this atmosphere of the city of Rome. The most loved places for couples they are waiting for you. And also you will reach the same destinations described on first point of the this list.

Taste and love – Once you wold have finished your day’s tour, and you totally lose yourself in the romantic atmosphere of Rome, there is nothing better, in the evening than ending up with a romantic dinner. There is something for every budget on varying from traditional roman cuisine to a sophisticated and starry cuisine. Rome can offer to you all of this. Those are actually are loves fishfood. A red prawn tartare from Mazara del Vallo, with kiwi and mango ratatouille, and bass ravioli, “secondi” flavored with lemon and bottarga to finish the cheesecake with raspberry and mint coulis.