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Romantic Itineraries for Couples

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  • My husband and I celebrated our anniversary with dinner on the antique tram and we absolutely loved it!  The candlelit dinner and live jazz are excellent, and to top it off the tram will leisurely take you by some of the most beautiful monuments in Rome throughout the evening.  This experience is Romantic with a capital R!

  • I would suggest also walking around Borghese gardens and enjoying the sun set at Pincio terrace. Watching the sun illuminating the St. Peter's Dome with its red-orange rays while you embrace your lover is so romantic! That is a perfect place for an engagement! Last year a young couple requested a special walking tour where the guy asked for her hand in marriage! I took many pictures while he was on his knee showing her the ring! It was so emotional even because a street artist was playing a romantic song to create the perfect atmosphere! They loved it and they promised to send me their wedding pictures!

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    Laura O'Connel

    I took Rome in the movies tour with my boyfriend and all I can say is that this tour was epic! we followed the paths of the most famous Italian films that made me love rome! Everything was very romantic and nostalgic indeed, it was like been in the movies myself. Mariaida was a great guide, perfect for a film related tour, and we all shared our passion for films. If you are in rome and you are film lovers, I recommend this one 100%

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    John Smith

    Hello,

    I am John Smith and I am planning a romantic weekend with my girlfriend in Rome and I am looking to create the right atmosphere for a marriage proposal! Your tour Rome by Night tour looks perfect and I was hoping you advise which stop along this might be best for me to go down on one knee and pop the question. Thank you in advance for your help!!

  • Dear Mr Smith,

    Thanks for your adorable request. Rome is one of the most romantic cities in the world and your idea is fantastic! During the tour, a great place to ask your girlfriend 'the big question' is certainly Trevi Fountain. This monument, illuminated by soft, warm lights at night create a magic atmosphere, and after dark it is much less crowded than during the day. If you prefer to have something even more special and intimate at the same time, the best of best is the Terrace above Gianicolo hill. My advice is to include it as an add-on at the end of the Rome by Night tour, possibly arriving via taxi or private driver for comfort and style for this special occasion! If you like, your guide would be happy to take pictures of you and your future wife at that special moment. Let us know, and we are here to help you make this happen!

    Good luck,

    Fabiana

    Eyes of Rome team

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    Ruth V

    The Borghese Galleries could easily be considered romantic (I am not sure why they are not on your list!) I loved seeing Bernini's famous sculptures up close, and considering that this is not the Vatican or Colosseum, crowds were MUCH smaller. In my opinion, the Galleries are also one of Rome's 'must-see' sites simply due to the vast number of world famous artwork housed in this place. The Borghese Gardens are extensive and with a little sun, are a great place for a picnic or a stroll! Very romantic indeed!!

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    Kyle Gill

    I can vouch that the Pompeii & Amalfi Coast tour is definitely romantic, and highly worth the time and money! My wife loved it (and I did too!) Our driver picked us up and took us to Pompeii which was a dream of ours. Our guide met us there and took us through the ruins. Afterwards, she accompanied us to a great pizzeria - Naples style - which was great! After we said goodbye to her, our driver took us to Positano, where we took a ton of photos of the sea and did a little shopping before heading back to Rome. What a great day!

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    Joel Emmerson

    What a trip! The day trip to Pompeii and Positano (and Amalfi Coast) is absolutely fantastic. From the time were picked up at our hotel by our private driver Franco we were well taken care of. Our guide, who we met in Pompeii, said we were visiting Pompeii at just the right part of the season- before the crowds and the heat! We took our chances with a bit of rain and were in luck as it was sunny and beautiful as we toured the ruins in the shadow of Vesuvius. After an amazing tour there, and some great pizza, gelato, and Italian coffee, we met back up with our driver for a stop in Positano- very beautiful and left us with memories for a lifetime.

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