All roads lead to Rome, so I finally made it to this amazing city! Visiting Italy and Italian culture itself has always been a dream of mine. Here's a few thoughts on Rome and a bit about my trip! You can literally walk anywhere because the city is very pedestrian friendly. Everything is relatively close if you are interested in checking out all the touristy attractions. My favorite from this trip has to be seeing the Colosseum; One of the Seven Wonders of the World. I highly recommend getting a tour guide, there is so much history to intake while walking through the Colosseum, plus you get to skip the long line! Vatican City is another must see; home to the Pope and headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church. The Vatican City is the smallest country in the world, encircled by a 2-mile border with Italy. Rome's got many beautiful fountains, but the best one I've seen yet has to the the Trevi Fountain. Be prepared for a big crowd, but it's still worth it if you ask me. Another favorite is The Spanish Steps. Always busy but it's fun to sit back and enjoy some gelato while watching this busy city. Rome is incredible and there's so much to see, but don't forget to enjoy your experience and get plenty of rest (especially if you walk everywhere like we did) I am definitely coming back here in the warmer months, there really is no other place like it! Ciao.