Rome Scavenger Hunt

Here we are again, with another photo scavenger hunt. This time, for Rome, Italy. Rome is an amazing city to visit, it’s like stepping into a history text book. If you’re into history at all, you will find so much value in a trip to Rome! It’s also home to some of the best food I’ve ever eaten. One of the best things to do is wander through the less touristy areas to find a bite to eat. It’s generally cheaper, and tastes even better. I could spend a month here and never be bored!

Photo scavenger hunts are a great way to remember to document more of your trip, and also make for fun memories.

Rome photo scavenger hunt in no particular order, start!

  1. Ancient ruins
  2. Cobblestone street
  3. Boat, big or small
  4. Statue
  5. Grand garden
  6. A sign with a horse on it
  7. Eye catching architecture
  8. An outside eatery that you ate at
  9. Green bicycle
  10. A spiral staircase
  11. An odd looking tree
  12. An interesting roadway
  13. A shot of Rome from above
  14. An empty bus stop
  15. A coffee shop you visited
  16. Something rainbow
  17. Cemetery gates
  18. Canal or River
  19. A church bell tower
  20. A grand fountain that isn’t the Trevi Fountain

Rome

You can click the above photo or here to take you to the masterpost, where you can download the list in the size you prefer.

Please let me know if you participate, or link me to a blogpost if you make one regarding the scavenger hunt! Let me know in the comments if there’s a destination you’d like to see me do, or a size you’d like it in.

Always use your best judgement when taking photographs.

Happy hunting!

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