Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • How do you plan your trips?
  • Please help us learn by participating in a brief survey.
View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 토토 총판 모집 kakao: dnj2016 텔레그램 : speed2017
  2. 2 무료바다이야기 ▣ 홈피:≫ttw46.com≪
  3. 3 4 Days In Northern Italy advice
  4. 4 UZES & NIMES OR Orange & Châteauneuf du Pape
  5. 5 Advice on Sicily & Aeolian Islands
  6. 6 How the kids age calculated
  7. 7 The Dordogne & Loire Valley?
  8. 8 European Travel & Trivia Quiz #162
  9. 9 What tips can you give about packing?
  10. 10 Beaune France
  11. 11 Trip Report Scotland Trip Report
  12. 12 Madrid airport question
  13. 13 Kayaking in Avignon
  14. 14 Sintra
  15. 15 Murren to Prague
  16. 16 Trip Report Roman Roamings: 2 Weeks of Wanderings
  17. 17 English Gardens Itinerary Advice please
  18. 18 Aix Provence
  19. 19 best Provence itinerary to see Verdon Gorge
  20. 20 Vegetarian Food in Spain & Portugal
  21. 21 Trip Report Houses, Gardens & Walking in England
  22. 22 Cotswolds or Lake District Walking Tour
  23. 23 Trip Report "Paris? Again?" And an odd pickpocketing
  24. 24 Painted Hall in London well worth a visit!!
  25. 25 Crete/Athens June 2017
View next 25 » Back to the top

should I go to Rome?

Jump to last reply

Who would say no? My 24 y/o son and I are going to Italy for 13 days in January, flying in and out of Bologna. My current plan is for us to spend 3 nights in Bologna, 4 in Venice. Then we return to Bologna, where he will take a 5 day course and I can do what I want. I planned to stay based in Bologna, with day trips to Florence (where I have been and love) , Ravenna, and maybe Faenza and/or Ferrara.

I have seen much of northern Italy, but never been to Rome. Now I am thinking about going there for three nights. In cities my favorite thing is to walk through interesting neighborhoods, visit markets, people watch, be outside a lot. Also art museums. Not shopping. in January Rome will be a bit more moderate temperature-wise than the other places (though I live in New England and am not worried about the cold). I'm definitely a slow traveller and know I'd be happy with Bologna and a couple of day trips, but Rome tempts. Thoughts?

8 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement