Rome and Vatican City Self-Guided City Walk
Even in ancient times, Rome was known as The Eternal City. This was because the people felt that no matter what happened in the world, Rome would go on forever.
This path highlights some of the classical sights of Rome, as well as Vatican City. It is one of two paths of Rome we have published (the other is Ancient Rome).
This city walk could easily be split into 2 days, one day on each side of the River Tiber. Rome really does need to be explored over several days.
Walk Distance approximately 6.5km/ 4miles on a mostly flat path.