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09 February 2013


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Andy Ivers

Brilliant site and brilliant post. My fiancée would agree! I realised trevi fountains were a bit to busy and unromantic then found this site for some tips. The gardens on aventino hill at sunset are perfect. The orange garden was a little bit too busy to get some time alone but at St allesio a little further down was just right (but still someone to take a photo of you both after the big question!). The keyhole view was amazing too. Even at night you could still see St Peter's basilica lit up.

We'll remember Aventio for the rest of our lives.


Very nice places. I will add Gianicolo, I found it always breathtaking to see the Eternal city from high.
And one more thing are the small streets of rome where you can eat at a small restaurant.

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