Attractions in Rome

As a popular tourist destination, Rome boasts of a million and one hotspots, including the Pantheon, Trevi fountain, The Colosseum & Piazza Navona. Get to know the major attractions of the city and handpick the places that you deem more interesting than the rest.This will help you make the most out of your stay.

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Attractions in Rome

 

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Capitoline Museums

1 Piazza del Campidoglio, Rome

The city's most important collection of antique art is exhibited in these museums. The collection was begun by Clement XII and added to by later popes, and is the oldes public...

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Galleria d'Arte Antica

Via Quattro Fontane, 13, Rome

The National Gallery of Ancient Art in Palazzo Barberini displays a rich patchwork of of mainly Italian art from the early Renaissance to late Baroque period. You can admire...

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La Bocca della Verità (the mouth of truth)

Piazza Bocca della Verità, 18, Rome

This strange river god used to be a drain cover, but since the middle ages this frightening image served as a lie detector. It was believed that if you told a lie with your hand in...

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Palatine hill

Flavian Palace, Palatine Hill, Rome

According to legend Remus founded Rome on this hill on the 21st of April, 753 B.C. There has been a settlement here from the beginning of the first century B.C. and on this site...

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Pantheon

Piazza della Rotonda, Rome

Another two blocks along and on your left you'll find the Torre Argentina, a large square. In the center are remains of several Republican Temples (i.e., before Caesar Augustus,...

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Piazza del Popolo

Piazza del Popolo, Rome

The Porta del Popolo on the north side of the Piazza marks one end, while the East is dominated by the passeggiata del Pincio. This piazza served as an exposition hall, a stadium,...

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Piazza Navona

, Rome

After visiting the Pantheon, turn left on leaving and use a map to find your way to the west, and the Piazza Navona. (It's straight ahead, but if it's your first time in Rome, a...

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Piazza Venezia

, Rome

Orient yourself facing the large marble monument (Vittoriano/'Wedding Cake') to the south. Take a brief look to your right at the balcony of Palazzo Venezia from which Mussolini...

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San Giovanni in Laterano

Piazza San Giovanni in Laterano 4, Rome

This church is the Cathedral of Rome. It was the first Christian Basilica build by Constantine. The church was probably build between 314 and 318 AD, and was the key example to...

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Spada Gallery

Via Capodiferro, 3, Rome

The Spada Gallery is housed in the Palace of the same name, once the property of Cardinal Girolamo Capodiferro (1501-1559). After the death of Cardinal Capodiferro the Palace...

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St. Peter's

Viale del Vaticano, Rome

Though neither a cathedral, nor the mother church, this enormous church is in fact the center of the Catholic World, a role once performed by the St John Lateran. From here the...

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The Colosseum

Piazza del Colosseo, Rome

The Coliseum is considered the symbol of Rome. This amphitheatre, built in about 10 years, shortly after the A.D.70, was the most imposing of all the monuments in ancient Rome....

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The crypt of Santa Maria della Concezione

27 Via Vittorio Veneto, Rome

Close to the Piazza Barberini you can find the The Santa Maria della Concezione. Down in the catacombs, this church houses one of the more bizarre sights in Rome; a series of...

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The Forum Romanum

Via dei Fori Imperiali, Rome

With the name Forum Romanum are called all the monuments which remaining parts are standing between the Capitol, the Colosseum, the Imperial Fora and the Palatine. Here you can...

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Trevi fountain

Trevi fountain, Rome

Halfway between via del Corso and Piazza Barberini on via del Tritone you'll find a street on the south side called via Mortaro. It leads to via Poli which will take you in two...

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