Walking in ROME / Italy 🇮🇹

Rome is the capital city of Italy and also called “The Eternal City” due to the long history and influence in Europe. According to legend, the twins Romulus and Remus founded Rome in 753 BCE. With over 2.8 million Romans the city is popular with tourists thanks to numerous sights.

We start our Rome tour at the Campidoglio which is a hilltop square designed by Michelangelo. This square is lined with museums and offers views of the Roman forum. On our way to the Colloseum we pass the Forum Romanum ruins on both sides of the Via dei Fori Imperiali.

Probably the most famous sight in Rome is the Colosseum which we almost circle around. We go uphill after the Parco San Gregorio al Celio. There we look around some more busy areas with cafés and restaurants, where the locals have their lunch.

At last we get to the Piazza del Quirinale and Trevi Fountain, which is another famous sight and one of the most popular selfie backgrounds for tourist in this great city.

To continue the tour from the Trevi fountain back to the Piazza Venezia to complete the round, please check out this walk:

0:00 Campidoglio
2:30 Altar of the Fatherland (Altare della Patria)
6:30 Imperial Fora (Fori Imperiali)
12:30 Forum of Caesar (Foro di Cesare)
15:00 Via dei Fori Imperiali
18:30 Colosseum
25:00 Parco San Gregorio al Celio
27:00 Uphill towards Domus Aurea
32:15 Downhill towards Piazza della Madonna dei Monti
35:30 Towards Piazza del Quirinale
45:00 Towards Trevi Fountain (Fontana di Trevi)
49:00 Trevi Fountain

Filmed in October 2021

Camera: DJI Pocket 2 in 4K60
Mic: Zoom H1