2nd day, attractions, gelato, January 2015, photography, Rome, shopping, travel
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Second Day in Rome: From Piazza Navona to Trevi Fountain

The walk from Piazza Navona to Trevi Fountain is pretty much a straight line, but the Pantheon is in between them so naturally that was going to be a little quick pit stop. There are many cute souvenir shops on this walk so if you plan to buy gifts for friends you can definitely do it here. And a little tip, if you plan to buy the little Colosseum statue as a gift, don’t spend €2 because further down you will see them for €1. We stopped by a few shops to buy gifts for friends and I bought a little stovetop espresso maker for myself. I just bought the classic metallic one for €9 but you can find all sorts of cool and funky ones in all colors that have different symbols on them. That’s also a perfect gift for an espresso lover. Right after Pantheon there are these cute little streets filled with amazing little shops so this I say is a must on your list. Here you can buy great leather goods and all sorts of things. I also found amazing gelato here. It’s not the one on the corner of Pantheon which is also very creamy and delicious of course, but the first gelato I had was somewhere in the middle of Via dei Pastini. I posted some photos bellow. I ordered a Coffee & the award winning Nocciola flavour which is Hazelnut. This one is a must try! It’s seriously out of this world good! Mum ordered a cannoli which she wasn’t too impressed with, but she loved my hazelnut gelato. The only information I have on this place it is on my receipt so I’m attaching that as a reference bellow my photo album. I will most definitely go back to this place! In between the Pantheon and Trevi Fountain is Piazza di Pietra and mum took a photo of me eating my gelato there. The last 3 photos are right next to Trevi fountain, so Trevi will be in the next post.

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  1. Pingback: Second Day in Rome: Trevi Fountain | 100 Days of Sunshine

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