The Eternal City is the capital city of Italy and the Lazio region. The Eternal City was first named such by the Roman poet Tibullus in the 1st century BC. With such a rich history and a long time known as Caput Mundi (Capital of the World), it is no wonder all roads lead to Rome.
I make it a habit to always spend at least one night in Rome during my time in Italy. It's usually the grand finale on my way home, and something about the city fills you with a rush of excitement that caps off any vacation perfectly.
With only one night in The Eternal City, there are a few things to check off your list:
STAY THE NIGHT:
Enjoy an Aperol Spritz at Harry's Bar
Eat lots of Cacio e Pepe no matter where you go
Lunch at Pastifico Guerra (enjoy daily changing €4 pasta)
Dinner at Al Moro
After dinner drinks at Gregory's Jazz Bar
Make out on the Spanish Steps
Toss a coin (or two or three) in the Trevi Fountain