Guest Post – Easter Trip to Rome
So I have yet to finish the series of “Why You Should Get Into Soccer” that we started earlier this week. I think I miss judged how much studying I would have to do for midterms!
While I’m working on finishing the posts for that series, here is a trip idea for easter: ROME!
A City Break in Rome for Easter
What better city to explore this Easter than one of the most important centres of religion through the ages. This astoundingly beautiful city has been high on the list of tourist hotspots forever, and once you’ve visited, it’ll be clear why it’s such a popular destination.
If you’re travelling from the north of the UK, drive your car and leave it at the Manchester airport car parking facilities where it will be secure and waiting for your return. With a flight time of 3 hours, an outbound flight in the morning will land you in the prestigious city in early afternoon, giving you plenty of time to begin your discoveries.
You can enjoy the sights and attractions that Rome possesses, whether you’re on a shoestring budget or otherwise. From 5 star luxuries to a cheap and cheerful B&B, you can stay in the heart of the city, within easy access of all the main cultural spots. The unique atmosphere of this Eternal City will be simply unforgettable.
During your city break, make sure you fill your itinerary with some of the popular sight-seeing delights. From the superbly preserved Coliseum to the awe inspiring Pantheon, the ancient monuments and landmarks are absolute must-sees.
Take some time away from the tourist traps and enjoy some retail therapy in the Piazza di Spagna where you can also dine at a delectable Italian restaurant that will make you realise the Italian cuisine you eat at home isn’t a patch on the real thing.
Upon your return, collect your car from Manchester airport car parking and reminisce about the highs of your break away. This Eternal City will remain in your memory forever and is a perfect destination for a vacation this Easter. Look online for some incredible last minute savings, today.