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Rome Attractions

4.0 stars
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Colosseum 5.0 stars
Prehistoric, Classical Antiquity Site - #1 of 78
I’m a tour guide. I talk to people nearly daily that say “oh, we’re going to try to do Rome in 3 days”, and just as often I talk to people that tried and failed to do Rome in 3 days. Yes, you can see a lot of Rome in a few days, but in my ... [more ]
Vatican Museums 5.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #2 of 78
I really loved visiting the Vatican. It is true that we had to wait for one hour in the queue but the Vatican is absolutely stunning. We were stopped in the street by a guy offering us a tour which was actually cheaper than paying for a guide ... [more ]
Trevi Fountain 4.0 stars
Fountain - #3 of 78
When I visited Rome, I was enchanted with the many attractions the city offers. I use to say that each corner hides a lovely surprise. However, one of the most impressive monuments for me is Fontana di Trevi (Trevi Fountain). The largest baroque ... [more ]
Pantheon 4.0 stars
Prehistoric, Classical Antiquity Site - #4 of 78
If you are planning on taking a trip to Rome, Italy then you should consider going to the Pantheon. One good reason is because it is a very cool site to visit and another is that there are many really awesome restaurants nearby. When we went to ... [more ]
Piazza Navona 5.0 stars
Square - #5 of 78
The charming Piazza Navona (Navona Square) is one of the most famous squares of Rome and the most spectacular for me. The architecture surrounded the place is amazing, with fantastic buildings, fountains and monuments, representing the Baroque ... [more ]
St. Peter's Basilica 5.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #6 of 78
St. Peter's Basilica is one of the Vaticans most famous and popular destinations. We were headed there on Wednesday morning before we headed back to England. We didn't know that we would not be allowed entrance to the basilica because the Pope ... [more ]
Spanish Steps 4.0 stars
Building - #7 of 78
After walking for a while in Rome, I had a break in the famous Piazza di Spagna and Spanish Steps. The place, known as meeting point of tourists, is always crowded during the day and even at night. In the centre of the Piazza it is a fountain of ... [more ]
Campo de' Fiori 5.0 stars
Square - #8 of 78
While it is now overrun by gypsies, students, and the occasional dealer, Campo dei Fiori is still a lovely spot to watch the parade go by. Philosopher Giordano Bruno did just that when he was burned alive in this piazza as a heretic in 1600, ... [more ]
Piazza di Spagna 4.0 stars
Square - #9 of 78
I really loved the Piazza de Spagna, it was the only place in Rome were crowds are part of the charm of this site. There were hundreds of people sitting along the long marble staircase as well as gathering around the small fountain. From the ... [more ]
La Bocca della Verità 4.0 stars
Sculpture, Monument, Statue, Memorial Place - #10 of 78
The Boca de la Verita is just outside the small church of Santa Maria in Cosmedin. When we arrived, there were only a few people there and a man giving instructions that you are only allowed to have one picture taken at the time and within just 2 ... [more ]
Roman Forum 4.0 stars
Square - #11 of 78
The Roman Forum is one of the attractions of the Ancient Rome. The tour around the area is an obligation, in my opinion. I would recommend starting after a visit to the Collosseum, through of the Piazza di Santa Maria Nova. In the tour, you will ... [more ]
San Pietro in Vincoli 4.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #12 of 78
San Pietro in Vincoli translates into English to mean St. Peter in Chains. One of the basilicas main attractions is the statue of Moses, created by Michelangelo and commissioned by the Pope in the 16th century. It's the tomb of Julius II. The ... [more ]
Arch of Constantine 4.0 stars
Prehistoric, Classical Antiquity Site - #13 of 78
Arco de Constantino was a striking large arch right in front of the Coliseumm. Most of the statues and sculptures that decorated this beautiful ancient arch from the 3rd Century were once part of other sites and monuments. This beautiful arch can ... [more ]
Via Appia Antica 3.0 stars
Prehistoric, Classical Antiquity Site - #14 of 78
If you find yourself in Rome with an urge to get out of the city, then you may want to consider a day trip, or even an afternoon trip, to the historical Via Appia. In Roman times the Via Appia was hugely important as the major road which led ... [more ]
Santa Maria della Concezione dei Cappuccini 4.0 stars
Sculpture, Monument, Statue, Memorial Place - #15 of 78
This church is known as - take a deep breath - Santa Maria della Concezione dei Cappuccini (or Our Lady of the Conception of the Capuchins). Try saying that aloud! Alas, you needn't worry about asking for directions because you can reach this ... [more ]
Piazza del Popolo 4.0 stars
Square - #16 of 78
Piazza Del Popolo is a major square in Rome with 3 churches, a city gate, and one of the largest Egyptian obelisks of Rome. It’s not very far from the Spanish steps, maybe a 5 minute walk. Although I don’t feel it was one of the most impressive ... [more ]
Paladine Hill 4.0 stars
Prehistoric, Classical Antiquity Site - #17 of 78
According to myth, Palatine Hill is the site where Romulus and Remus were found and saved by a she-wolf. The two fought over control of the city. Romulus killed Remus and the city of Rome was formed. A more historical view of Rome also ... [more ]
Vatican square 4.0 stars
Square - #18 of 78
Although it is true that in Rome there is always people that want to get your money or get you to pay more money to them than what there good is actually worth, there are also good vendors, and those good vendors usually reside in the Vatican ... [more ]
Circus Maximus 3.0 stars
Stadium, Sports Arena - #19 of 78
Roman and Etruscan games of all sorts took place at Circus Maximus since the second century BC. Even today looking out across the Circus Maximus you can see where they held chariot races and imagine the games in all their glory. Sadly, it sort ... [more ]
Piazza della Rotonda 3.0 stars
Square - #20 of 78
This restaurant should be avoided at all costs. The staff and the owner are incredibly nasty. My mother and I went there after seeing the Pantheon, and ordered some drinks. Not much later, we took out a deck of cards and began to play quietly ... [more ]
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