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“Rome was not built in a day “goes a very common and oft quoted phrase but what I propose to coin is that “Rome can not be seen in one time”. Very true, there is so much to see and discover in Rome and the Vatican City that it is not possible to see it completely and fully in one visit.
In your first tour of Rome you will probably touch upon the basic and common sight seeing spots like the coliseum, the pantheon, the Spanish steps. In the Vatican city you will probably glimpse through St. Peter’s Basilica, Sistine Chapel, Vatican museum and the Vatican gardens. These are the basic things to see in Rome and they are now so common that every one knows about them, so where is that extra tang?
For those avid travelers, the zing will come on your second trip to Rome. It is now that you can discover something that is hidden and believe me you will have many new stories to tell. There are so many churches in Rome, not all are famous or decorative from outside, but ones you enter inside you are sure to be bowled over by the splendour.
Trusts Rome guides to take you to places unraveled and enjoy the fun in exploring them. Tell the guide that it is your second trip to Rome and he will instantly understand what you are looking for. More over on your second trip you are more comfortable with the place and your anxiety is less thus you enjoy the place more.