So, what to do in Rome in November 2020? As Rome moves from autumn to winter, amid growing uncertainty over the Covid19 situation, I look for some ways to enjoy November. Therefore, I would like to suggest tips on how to conquer your boredom this November 2020. However, I would like to remind you that the listed events here are subject to change.
1 Nov. Firstly, enjoy the All Saint’s Day holiday with the amazing sunset in Pincio in Villa Borghese.
2 Nov. Fashion addicts can’t afford to miss the RoMaison show at the Ara Pacis Museum.
3 Nov. Treat yourself to a Tuesday breakfast at Il Chiosco- Parioli located in front of the Auditorium Parco Della Musica.
4 Nov. Soak yourself in natural beauty at the Botanic Gardens in Trastevere.
5 Nov. Relax and chill at the Piazza Navona.
6 Nov. Galleria Borghese is open until 22:00. So, don’t miss it!
7 Nov. Make Saturday shopping in the city center.
8 Nov. Go food shopping at your favorite market and grocery store. Unless you want to stay home all day long.
9 Nov. It is Monday! Move and jog at the Villa Ada. Trust me, it is worth a visit.
10 Nov. Go walking in the city center while enjoying the chit-chat with your friends.
11 Nov. Further, enjoy the very charming Giardini Degli Aranci less the crowds.
12 Nov. Book a visit to the Leonardo da Vinci Museum in Piaza del Popolo.
13 Nov. Maybe today, head to Bioparco Zoo with your kids in Villa Borghese.
14 Nov. Discover the beauty of St, Peter’s Square.
15 Nov. Make a Sunday visit Vatican Church.
16 Nov. The Altar of the Fatherland is waiting for you to visit.
17 Nov. Spare 30 minutes of your time in visiting the Pantheon.
18 Nov. Never get tired of climbing the Spanish Steps.
19 Nov. It is time to grab a very good pizza at Giacomelli PIzzeria.
20 Nov. Be blown away by the masterpieces in Palazzo Barberini.
21 Nov. Make a walk and study the ancient government in the Roman Forum.
22 Nov. Last day to witness Shepard Fairey: 3 Decades of Dissent at Galleria d’Arte Moderna.
23 Nov. The Colosseum is standing and waiting for you.
24 Nov. Forget your diet today and grab your favorite gelato.
25 Nov. Toss coins in the most beautiful fountain in Rome- Trevi Fountain.
26 Nov. Plan a Thanksgiving excursion to Basilica di San Pietro, a great family day!
27 Nov. Likewise, get some fresh air at the seventeenth-century Villa Pamphilj.
28 Nov. The main partner of the 2020 Quadrenniale d’Arte 2020, Gucci offers all visitors free admission to FUORI! located at the Palazzo Delle Esposizioni.
29 Nov. Therefore, book a visit to see the most important private collections of Greek-Roman classical sculptures at the Capitoline Museums.
30 Nov. Prepare yourself for Christmas month by dedicating a prayer at the Vatican Church.
These are some of the many things you can do in Rome this November 2020. As the temperature change, activities in Rome change too. So, never miss out on the fun while winter is approaching. Say goodbye to autumn and stand proud to wave hello for wintertime.
In short, make your November active. Don’t just stay at home waiting for the food to be served. Likewise, you can add more activities in between if you can.
Hi! It’s me! I am a hospitality professional and a part-time blogger! I am a travel dreamer and world conqueror based in Rome, Italy.