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Rome Day 2: Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Vatican, Jewish Ghetto & More

Wednesday, 13th June, 2018

Selfie At The Trevi Fountain

So we’ve seen Day 1 in Rome, and Day 2 was a lot of the same, sightseeing the major landmarks and sights. I saw the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, the Vatican, the Jewish Ghetto and a whole lot more. I packed in so much in day 2! I also had my first gelato, the first of many, which was so good and so needed, as the weather was pretty hot!

It all started at the Trevi Fountain, which was packed at around 9:30AM. This was really busy and quite hard to take photos. I thought it may be a little quieter in the morning, but it wasn’t. From there I went to the Pantheon, and took a couple of photos outside. I didn’t have any plans on going in, but I noticed there seemed to be no queue, and so I decided to go in. It’s quite an impressive little space, with lots of cool architecture.

Once I had been there, it was time for the big walk to The Vatican and St. Peter’s Square. It’s a place you have to go to when in Rome, so I did. I wasn’t too bothered about going inside, and just wanted to go to check it out.

After that I had a bite to eat, a drink and then headed to another one of Rome’s Piazzas to chill out, the Piazza Navona. I got myself a gelato and chilled by the fountain while I ate it.

From there it was yet more exploring. I went to the Jewish Ghetto which was worth going to see, with all of the ancient architecture. Then I explored more of the streets of Rome, and headed over the bridge to Tiber Island, something I never planned on doing.

That was the end of Day 2, and I saw a lot!

Check out all the photos below 🙂

Outside The Pantheon

Inside The Pantheon

Inside the Pantheon it was getting quite busy, but really peaceful and quiet.

The Pantheon Dome

More In The Pantheon

The Busy Streets Of Rome

On Route To The Vatican

On the way to the Vatican.

The Vatican

Outside The Vatican

I went to St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican. I didn’t have any tickets and didn’t want to stand in the queue as it was far too huge. I wasn’t too bothered about going inside, I just wanted to go to the square to experience the whole place.

Close Up Of The Vatican

Fountain In St. Peter's Square

Streets In Jewish Ghetto

The streets of the Jewish Ghetto.

Jewish Ghetto Building

The Jewish Ghetto is worth going to see, you can walk around freely and there’s yet more cool architecture to be amazed by.

Ruins At Jewish Ghetto

Jewish Ghetto

Jewish Ghetto Ruins

Selfie At The Piazza Navona

The Piazza Navona.

Piazza Navona

Rome Streets

Rome Streets 2

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