I planned my trip to Rome in the beginning of the last month. Im a spiritual person so before i look for any sights in the city i looked for the churches in the city. I also booked hotels Rome which is close to the churches in the city. Rome is surprisingly close to the sea and to the hills, and you don't have to travel far to appreciate completely diverse scenery. In the summer you can do what the Romans have been doing for millennia, and take a break in the nearby hills, where the air is noticeably cooler and fresher, and you may even find a breeze. My first day in the city i enjoyed this way. I left my hotel Tempio Di Pallade in Rome and after getting fresh and then strolled along the streets in the city and enjoyed every single moment in the city. Alternatively you can enjoy a day at the seaside, visiting one of the busy beaches near Rome, or finding more tranquil stretches of sand to the south. My hotels Rome was also located near to the many famous attractions in the city. Rome is one of world's most photogenic cities - not surprising when you remember what's here - The Vatican, the Trevi Fountain, St Peter's Square, Spanish Steps, Colosseum.