I'm tacking 3 days (Sat, Sun, Mon) in Rome on the end of a biz trip. I have made reservations at Hotel Aberdeen for Fri/Sat/Sun nights (depart Mon evening for FCO). Solo, well-traveled, middle-aged female.
Turns out that this will be "Culture Week" in Rome and all museums are free, so that is a bit of a (crowded) downer.
On Saturday morning I've got Angel Tours' Vatican tour (4 hrs, 9:30-13:30) booked, and will hang out in Vatican City all day, aiming to be back inside St. Peter's for the 17:00pm mass/music. (This trip was at too short notice to get a reservation for the Vatican Scavi.)
Sunday-- I might hop the 110 bus, or head to the Colleseum/Forum. Mostly I shall wander the streets :-) Other suggestions for Sunday, please? What makes an especially good Sunday in Rome?
Monday -- markets in Campo d'Fiori, or the Jewish Ghetto, or ??
Suggestions, please, for a pleasant, interesting, not rushed "gotta see everything in three days" trip.
Also recommendations for restaurants for dinner for solo females would be appreciated.