With an average of almost 10 million visitors a year, Rome is always overcrowded with tourists. That’s why it can be extremely difficult to take good photos in the Italian capital, especially at some of the city’s most Instagram-worthy spots.
The Colosseum is a symbol of Rome, and every visitor wants to take a photo with this top attraction. Luckily, there are many amazing photo-taking spots around this magnificent limestone structure, so take your time before you find the one you like.
Taking a good photo in the Colosseum is a piece of cake when compared with the Trevi Fountain. Our best advice is to visit it early in the morning and experiment with frames to get the rest of the tourists out of the picture.
St. Peter’s Square
The large plaza located directly in front of St. Peter’s Basilica is never empty since thousands of people visit it every day to get a glimpse of Vatican City. You’ll either have to be extremely patient to get a good photo or settle for a portrait or a selfie.