Rome center

Colosseum

The Colosseum is the most famous structure of the Roman Empire. The place of entertainment was opened about 80 AD with a hundred-day festival and offered space for 50,000 people. Below the arena were the training rooms for the gladiators...

Aventino

The Aventine Hill is a stop on a beautiful walk that starts from Circo Massimo and ends at Campo de Fiori square, in the heart of Rome.You visit the Rose Garden of Rome, then the Churches of Santa Sabina and Santi Bonifacio e Alessio and the Park Giardino degli Aranci with beautiful views of Rome…

Campidoglio

The Capitol is one of Rome's seven hills and was the center of the Roman world. During the Renaissance, the hill was completely redesigned by Michelangelo, a wonderful ensemble that has survived to this day...

Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona is framed by beautiful churches, houses and palaces: the Palazzo Braschi, the Church of Sant'Agnese and the Palazzo Pamphili; In the center of Piazza Navona is the monumental fountain from the 16th century, Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi. The 4 giants of the fountain represent the four largest known rivers on earth at that time: Ganges, Danube, Nile and Rio de la Plata...

Pantheon

Pantheon - In the Middle Ages, this Roman temple dedicated to the gods became a church. The Pantheon, with its diameter and height of 43 meters and its huge dome, is a symbol of Rome and a marvel of Roman architecture. In the Piazza del Pantheon we find the fountain Fontana della Rotonda with the obelisk of the Pantheon…

Campo de' Fiori

Campo de' Fiori is a square in central Rome, near Piazza Navona. Due to the daily market with flowers, fruit, herbs and vegetables, it is very busy and colorful in the morning. In the evening, the tourists enjoy the special atmosphere with a glass of wine...

Trastevere district

The pedestrian bridge Ponte Sisto connects the center of Rome with the Trastevere district. It is a lively district and has many beautiful streets, houses and churches. The 16th century Palazzo Corsini with a museum is located in the Trastevere district. Climbing up the hill from the Trastevere district, you reach the Gianicolo park and viewpoint…

Fontana di Trevi

The Trevi Fountain is located near the Piazza di Spagna and is one of the main attractions of Rome, everyone wants to have their picture taken there and toss a coin in the fountain to make sure you will come back to Rome one day...

Piazza di Spagna & Villa Borghese

Piazza di Spagna with the famous Spanish Steps is one of the most popular and liveliest squares in Rome.While the lower end of the Spanish Steps is adorned with the Fontana La Barcaccia fountain, it ends at the top with the French church SS. Trinità dei Monti. Above the Spanish Steps begins the large Villa Borghese Park, with museums, galleries, statues and an artificial lake...

Piazza del Popolo

Piazza del Popolo is surely one of the most famous squares in the world with a picturesque entrance in the heart of the capital. Its artistic beauties and its cafés make the square a cultural symbol of the Roman citizens. In the 16th century the Fontana del Trullo was built, designed by Giacomo della Porta…

Vatican

The Vatican is the seat of the Pope and the center of the Roman Catholic Church. This place attracts believers from all over the world and contains countless famous works of art and buildings. St. Peter's Basilica is the center of Christianity and the destination of pilgrims from all over the world. Anyone who visits Rome, whether a devout Christian, interested in art history or simply on a tour of discovery, cannot avoid the symbol of the eternal city...

Esquilino district

The centrally located Esquiline district is located between the Colosseum and the main train station, Stazione Termini. The church of San Giovanni in Laterano, the first Christian basilica in Rome, was built at the beginning of the 4th century. The Lateran Palace was the official papal residence and until 1870 all popes were crowned in the basilica...

In the north of Rome

In the north of Rome there are a few sights that are easily accessible by public transport and are worth visiting if you have enough time. Here you can find, for example, the Maxxi Museum of Modern Art, the beautiful Villa Torlonia and the sports stadium built by the Fascist regime with many statues...

In the south of Rome

There are a few sights in the south of Rome that are easily accessible by public transport and are worth visiting if you have the time. Here you will find, for example, the Basilica of San Paolo Fuori le Mura, the Museum Centrale Montemartini built in an industrial complex and the culinary department store Eataly...

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