The Italians are definitely among the most romantic people in the world. After all, St. Valentine, the patron saint of lovers was from Terni in the region of Umbria. But this is not the only reason to visit Rome for a romantic Valentine’s Day celebration. Scenic Rome offers endless opportunities for a perfect romantic holiday getaway. And it’s not just young lovers who make a beeline to Rome this time of the year. Many young-at-heart couples of all ages from all over the world visit Rome year after year. To know why, come and explore Rome with us this Valentine’s Day!
Explore Rome's Eternal Romance
If you are holidaying in Rome on Valentine’s Day, there is plenty you could do. You might explore ancient Roman monuments or wander about in the majestic gardens. You can have a wonderful time gazing at sculptures of Roman gods and goddesses in the historical museums or art galleries.
Do as the Romans Do
In Rome, you could do as the Romans do even on Valentine’s Day! You could start by visiting the Ponte Milvio bridge with your loved one. Lock a padlock on the lamppost on the bridge and throw away the key into the Tiber River below. A symbol of everlasting love, this ritual is followed studiously by both Romans and tourists alike.
You could visit the Trevi Fountain, and enjoy its mystical allure. Go down on your knee and pop the question at this beautiful Roman spot that has its fair share of popularity among Roman monuments. Heck, we would be delighted to have you do it on our Rome walking tours with all of the historic centers most enticing sights.
You won't want to miss our Borghese Gallery tours if you enjoy epic love stories, sculptures and ancient Roman history. You can even have an unforgettable picnic in the charming gardens here.
Or Do Your Own Thing
Ample shopping, hotels, and restaurants beckon you with an amazing range of Italian food and wine. You can plan a trip with us to the most romantic and panoramic views of the city at Zodiaco. Explore the hills of Monte Mario as you go to the top. Enjoy your dinner at the La Pergola restaurant on top of the Waldorf Rome Cavalieri Hotel for a truly out-of-the world experience.
The mushroom shaped restaurant Il Fungo is a must visit for its exquisite views of the city. The restaurant is also quite popular for its lunch and dinner menus.
Check out our full list of Rome tours to see how best to experience the Eternal City during your visit.