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  1. the main picture of the post how do i find the view it looks amazing! thank you for the other details as well!

  2. I’m not a newby to Rome (going my 6th time in December of this year). That being said, I’ve never been during the holidays. Any “don’t miss” you recommend to fully embrace the holiday season in Rome?

    1. There used to be a big Christmas market in Piazza Navona years ago. I went last year and was disappointed to find they don’t do it anymore (just one carousel and a toy stand). I’d say you can’t miss St. Peter’s! There’s a giant Christmas tree and a nativity scene. Also if you have time, Florence has a very charming Christmas market. I’d check in on Natalie’s blog An American in Rome frequently. She’s an expat in Rome and always has a wealth of information on her blog. Enjoy your trip!

  3. Totally agree – one can never get tired of Rome. Which reminds me that it’s been quite a few years since I’ve been there. I loved walking along the city in the early morning hours when the Spanish Stairs are still empty

  4. I so agree with you, I recently went back to Rome and was so surprised at how more there was to see and eat. This post has given me even more ideas so I guess it is an excuse to go back again, third time lucky and all that!
    Love all the photos too, your blog is very clean!!

  5. The best coffee in Rome is at Sant’Eustachio il Caffè, Piazza Sant’Eustachio (very close to Pantheon) 😉
    And I love so much San Saba, a very little village in town, I recommend it <3

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