After a handful of visits to Rome over the past few years adventuring around Europe, I’m convinced I could never tire of this city. Whether you’re roaming the city streets with a slice of fresh pizza in hand or navigating your way through a melting tri-scoop gelato cone, you’re going to find this city is best discovered when you’re in the know. I set off to discover the best photographic points in the city with local guide Simone, who helped me discover the best of Rome is both in the old and new: the discovered and undiscovered. So here we have the very best views of Rome! Terraza Borromini A relatively recent addition to the rooftop bar scene of Rome (which is surprisingly few and far between), Terraza Borromini might just be the best kept local secret. The terrace overlooks a panoramic view of the city and is best visited at golden hour, with plenty of time to unwind with an aperitif and wait for the sunset to roll in. Location: Via di Santa Maria dell’Anima, 30A, 00186 Roma Pincio Hill Hands down one of Rome’s best sunset locations, Pincio Hill is a must visit when in Rome. This hill […]
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