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Five Red things to do in Rome

25.04.2014 Posted in Red Travel No Comments

This year my husband and I decided to celebrate my husband’s birthday in Rome. I wanted to use this opportunity to prove my hypothesis that the world could be fully and gaily seen through the colour Red, and to see what might be the best Red Things to do in Rome. I have to say that before going to Rome I was a bit worried about Red sightseeing in Rome. I wondered what would be Red besides the obvious, like delicious Italian pizza with tomato sauce or mouth-watering Italian tomatoes, the best which I have ever tried in my life and which grow in this sunny southern climate. As it turned out, I did not have to worry about it. Rome proved to be a beautifully and excitingly Red city to visit. So if you visit Rome and decide to see it through the brightest colour of all, the Top Five Red activities are: Take a Red-Wheel horse-drawn carriage along the entirely cobble-stoned center of Rome. This beautiful ride allows to see the main attractions like the Roman Forum, Colosseum, Pantheon, Spanish Steps, picturesque little piazzas and narrow streets with red terracotta houses which have little Madonna and St Joseph statues integrated into their outside corners— usually found on the second floor. Where: You can find the carriages near the Colosseum. Note: I saw only carriages for two passengers, compared to in other cities like Bruges or New York where they exist for four passengers or more. 2.Visit the Fine […]