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Top 50+ places to see in Rome

Rome exists to be one of the most history-rich cities in the world, with its religious buildings, monuments and inspiring ruins. The city is said to hold a thousand tales with its ancient government headquarters, archeological sites, and storied cemeteries. It is easy to get lost in the past in Rome and not be able to cover it all even with years of time on your watch but don’t let that limit you from exploring this fine city. The Colosseum is one of Rome’s top tourist attractions and it has well-earned its place. What was once known to hold gladiator tournaments and games that were attended by Roman emperors is now a structural landmark, praised and visited by tourists all around the world to explore its enormity. It also residences one of the most valuable religious sites in the world; the Vatican - here you can explore churches and the Vatican museums. You can also visit the Raphael Rooms, old master paintings, and antique sculptures presented in the 1,400-room palace. Be sure to explore Trastevere, which holds plenty boutiques selling a variety of jewelry, perfumes and handicrafts. In the end, no trip is complete with a visit to the Trevi Fountain with a legend behind it, that anyone who throws a coin into the fountain will return to Rome.

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Città Metropolitana di Roma
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Ostia Antica Full review
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Delight To See : Magnificent archeological park. 25 minutes from Rome by train. Price 8-12€ depending on the season. Open all year long. Highlights include an ancient theater, bathhouses, villas, marketplace, temples. Wheelchair accessible. Great for kids. Restaurant and restrooms available on site. Parking is available.
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Saint Peter's Square, Vatican City Full review
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Really Nice : It was worth the queue we had to get in, even on a very wet January afternoon. Such a magnificent structure, packed with spectacular artwork and breathtaking sculptures. It was a lovely place to visit with our 1 year old who enjoyed taking some independent steps beside us and taking everything in around her.
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Colosseum Full review
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History, Culture and Tradition: Colosseum was once the crown jewel of the Roman empire and is still to this day a testament to the might that Roman empire possessed. A must see for any tourist; the Colosseum is a great look into the culture, traditions and the power of the Roman Empire.
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Palazzo Altemps Full review
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Superb Place : Such a vast collection of Roman and Greek Sculptures. Also the structure is from the 16th century which has marvelous rooms and breathtaking paintings in it. The entrance price is cheaper compared to the other places in Rome. Highly recommended.
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Church of the Gesù Full review
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Great Place : Chinese Del Gesu, it is place where you find serenity and peace. It was built by Jesuits ( religious order founded by St. Ignatius.) The church has been designed with the royal taste. Paintings and statues are up to the mark.
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Fori Imperiali Full review
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History and Architecture.: The Fori Imperiali is probably one of the most historical place in all of Italy, with columns on both side of the road. The place also boost many a ancient buildings, but I was devastated that underneath this majesty are a great number of buildings just waiting to restored.
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Arch of Constantine Full review
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Delight To Watch : Absolutely a must see! Located just steps away from the Colosseum and right near where a cone shaped fountain once stood (so I was told), you can still see the outline of the fountain. The arch is filled with detailed cravings that represents Constantine.
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Basilica di Santa Sabina all'Aventino Full review
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Nice Place : Pity we went there only after dinner! we drank who beer, who cocktails (well presented) ... while at the nearby tables came fragrant pizzas and fragrant sandwiches. The atmosphere is definitely a holiday, the staff helpful and diligent. Ideal also for groups and families.
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Piazza di Spagna Full review
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Time Well Spent : This was the first spot we visited on our trip to Rome. A place with a lot of people, either daylight or evening. Great view! Great place to take some pictures/selfies to remember the trip. A bunch of shops, of course, available all over the place. Worth spending an hour of your time and visit this place.
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Basilica Papale di Santa Maria Maggiore Full review
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History and Art: Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore is recognized as one of the four great basilica in Rome. It has stunning artworks, and a very peaceful serenity to it. It has a number of stunning mosaics and even is the burial place of two popes.
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Palazzo Massimo alle Terme Full review
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Exciting Place : Palazzo Massimo is absolutely worth a visit. It is an archeological (art-) museum, which is sorted by genres of materials (and chronologically) and displays some of the most famous finds of the world of Roman archaeology. Great place indeed, recommended.
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Piazza Navona Full review
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Delight To Watch : Fabulous and impressive place. When there you can’t but live the magic of the eternal city of Rome. You will see something interesting at every move: sculptures, beautiful architecture, decorated stone walls and columns. This place is nice to sit there and listen to street musicians, enjoy gelato, and watch the people who come here from all walks of life.
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Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano Full review
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An amazing tour of the church: This cathedral located in Rome has been drastically restored and remodelled since the 4th century. It is known to be the first church in Christendom. There are massive sculptures, beautiful paintings and a gorgeous ceiling in the church, the architecture is extremely admirable. The church has a lot of history and myths to it, we strongly recommend you take a guided tour.
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National Etruscan Museum Full review
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History, Culture and Art: National Etruscan Museum boost's not only the largest Etruscan archaeological collection but also house the most important Etruscan findings. You will need a full day to fully explore the full museum and it is worth every second of it. It house a brilliant display of ceramic, bronze and goldsmith products.
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Catacombs of St. Callixtus Full review
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Time Well Spent : Amazing and the largest catacomb to visit. The area is very tranquil and peaceful. You can't take a photo of catacombs..but the guided tour was amazingly informative. The underground catacombs are really huge and deep. A great place indeed, highly recommended.
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Capitoline Museums Full review
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Remarkable art collection: The art collection of the museum is fascinating and offers an exciting insight into the Roman art culture. There are some art pieces from the medieval ages as well. One is spellbound by the beauty and magnificence of the art pieces. Truly striking displays. Highly recommended.
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Borghese Gallery and Museum Full review
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A Must Visit : A definate visit to this gallery. There are some amazing sculptures and beautiful art. However you do need to book in advance as you will be disappointed if you turn up to get the tickets at the gallery it self. When we went it was booked for a week in advanced. Consider that there are only 300 people maximum allowed in any session .
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Roman Forum Full review
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Great Place : When you come to Rome you have to see this, of course. A lot of modern civilization is based on the experience of the Roman civilization. Even if you don't want to know all the details of the place for which you will need some extra guide book you can just soak up the atmosphere of the place with its columns and arches,
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Trevi Fountain Full review
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Magical: The Trevi fountain is located in the heart of the Trevi district. A brilliant showcase of roman architecture and design. I was taken aback by how beautiful and how big this fountain is. The fountain was crowded and I didn't stay fr long
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Villa Farnesina Full review
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Must Visit : A delightful surprise across the Tiber. Quieter than the old or ancient sides of the city, Villa Farnesina includes a feast for the eyes with multiple fascinating fresco's and beautiful architecture. A modicum of peace on a trip to the Eternal City.
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Capitoline Hill Full review
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Simply Amazing Place : Capitol is one of the most important Hill in the world. Here when you climb on the stairs you could rest, have great view for the city and Forum Romanum, visit the museum, it just look at statue of Marc Aurelius and or wolf who is feeding two boys Romus and Remus. Worth seeing place and got me one from the have to see places in Rome.
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National Gallery of Ancient Art in Barberini Palace Full review
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Wonderful exhibition of art: The collection of medieval and renaissance paintings is fascinating. The painting "Judith Beheading Holofernes" is a stunning piece of art and is a must-see attraction of the gallery. Indeed a marvellous display of past glory. Highly recommended for art lovers.
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Trophies of Marius Full review
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Exciting Experience : There's little special here, but it's only a short walk from Termini Station and a nice spot for a picnic. There are mostly locals here and, of note, the remains of a historic fountain, the Trophy of Marius. If you're heading to San Giovanni, you might choose this park as a midway rest point.
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Dioscuri Statues Full review
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An impressive fountain opposite the Presidential palace: You might have noticed this iconic landmark of a fountain in every album of a traveller who has been to Italy. Situated opposite the Palazzo del Quirinale, this fountain is decorated with two massive sculptures separated by an obelisk. The place is usually crowded as it is a popular tourist location
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Palazzo Nuovo Full review
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Incredible Sculptors and Wonderful architecture: The Palazzo is a part of the Capitoline Museums and is regarded as one of the earliest museums in the world open to the public. The wonderful collection of exhibits, mostly Greek sculptors, are incredible with so much to offer to history buffs. The building is also a wonderful piece of architecture and is well worth a visit.
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Pantheon Full review
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Brilliant Place : The Pantheon is beautiful! It is a very peaceful and calming space. A lot quieter and more respectful than the hustle and bustle in St Peter’s. We sat quietly for a while here. There is also a modern sculpture/ mixed media art display on at the moment.
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Fiumi Fountain Full review
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Great Place : A truly stunning piece of work!! So many angles to see it from, could spend hours just sat looking at all the different parts. It really is one of the most wonderful and beautiful pieces of art I've ever seen. It can get busy with lots of selfie takers (like everywhere in Rome), but it's not as busy as other areas, and is a nice area as a whole to chill out a little bit. 100% worth a visit.!!!
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St. Peter's Basilica Full review
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Just Amazing : Obviously, the Basilica Museum is full of interesting items that are fascinating but the real stuff is down below, under the Basilica. The original chapel built around 300AD is particularly fascinating, especially being given the opportunity to view the actual coffin that still holds the bones of St. Peter.
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Cupola di San Pietro Full review
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Stunning Views: The Vatican is indeed such a special place; why not sensationalize your visit with a 500-Steps climb up the Cupola to behold the glory that the Vatican has to offer? Shy of Adventures? Take the Elevator to amuse yourself with the same sightseeing that the adventurers enjoy!
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Piazza della Rotonda Full review
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Great Place : As with so many of Rome's wonderful squares, when we arrived at the Piazza della Rotonda opposite the Pantheon, there was a sea of people enjoying themselves - some sitting almost up against the fountain, some kids running around, tourist families orienting themselves and deciding whether to enter the monolithic ancient church.
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Baths of Caracalla Full review
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Real Gem : What an amazing place. One of the largest Roman baths in the age of the empire. These ruins give you a real idea of how massive this was as a part of Roman society. Situated near the other great structure of the Roman empire : Colosseum.
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Spanish Steps Full review
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Super Cool : Really cool place to hang out on a nice day. Bring something to read and sip . During weekend it gets really crowded. Best time to visit would be weekdays afternoon. View from the top of stairs is really nice, you can take some great pics from there.
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Castel Sant'Angelo Full review
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Unforgettable : Well worth the visit. There is a free app you can use as you tour, but it has issues such as not detecting your location. There are signs along the way that are sufficient so don't bother struggling with the app. Their place is fascinating with a very interesting history.
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Costaguti Palace Full review
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Riches Galore: Costaguti Palace is one of the richest palace in all of Europe. It overlooks the Piazza Mattei and has a magnificent entrance. The graffiti of the inner courtyard, the hall of Hercules, the hall of Venus were the highlights of the visit. A superb place to visit.
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Church of St. Louis of the French Full review
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History and Architecture: The Church of St. Louis of the French is dedicated to the Virgin Mary, St. Denis the Areopagite and St. Louis IX, king of France. The church was design by the master Giacomo della Porta and is quite beautiful to look. It offers a spiritual serenity quite unmatched.
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Museum of Roman Civilization Full review
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Fantastic Views : The Museo della Civiltà Romana - the Museum of Roman Civilization - is situated in EUR, a modern city that was the brainchild of Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini. It's one of Rome's most interesting museums, however many visitors miss it due to its remote location.
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Sant'Agnese in Agone Full review
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Excellent Place : Beautiful church commemorating Agnes, an early Christian martyr. Learn a little about her before you enter and it will make it a much more meaningful experience—won’t give it all away here! Off to the side is a small quiet area, really not for gawking or photos, where the skull and relics of young Agnes are kept.
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Chiesa di Sant' Ignazio di Loyola Full review
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Historic Place: I had seen this in my art history class, I didn't know what it's name was until I casually bumped into it, it was a wonderful experience, it has far less visitors than most of Rome's important churches and attractions, the ceiling's technique is impressive.
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Basilica di Santa Maria in Ara coeli Full review
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Just Superb: Magnificent church with an amazing view! The long walk up the 141 steps (that's how many I counted) is hard but worth it to see the whole city of Rome spread out before you're eyes. Then stepping into the church, you discover what a hidden gem it really is.
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National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art Full review
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Out Of This World : One of the best galleries I visited, and I visit a lot of galleries. The exhibition is very well curated, instead of traditional chronological order the works are put together because of their themes, ideas etc. You can tell much love and care went to creating this exhibition. The beautiful 1911 building ties the whole experience together, sometimes even taking the spotlight.
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Domitilla's Catacombs Full review
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Nice Place : Our tour had a duration of about an hour with a guide full of humour. The tour language was English but our guide was able to answer questions in Italian or German as well. At a few rooms he explained the stories behind the tombs and the families buried there.
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Piazza dell'Esquilino Full review
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Memorable Visit : A stone's throw from the Termini station is this beautiful square on which stands the apse of the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore. Pope Paul V had a small obelisk erected there in the mausoleum of Augustus, a Roman imitation of Egyptian models.
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Doria Pamphilj Gallery Full review
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Must Visit : This is where you should go instead of the terribly run Galleria Borghese. Beautiful palace with great works and excellent audio guide. Stay as long as you like and no one forcing you to check your bags. No need to book in advance just walk up and buy a ticket. And yes, of course, Bernini is here too. He’s everywhere in Rome.
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La Chiesa di San Carlino alle Quattro Fontane, Via del Quirinale, 23 Full review
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Architecture and Religion: The church of San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane is a small catholic church, that is most famous for being design by the Italian maestro Francesco Borromini . The church's design and look are a a visual master piece. The oval dome and the altar is especially stunning.
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Piazza in Piscinula Full review
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Beautiful Place : It is a square on the south side of the Cestio Bridge. The square is not flat, it is slightly slanted. There is plenty of space, but it is a parking lot, not an atmosphere called a square. Highly recommended.
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St Maria Sopra Minerva Basilica Full review
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A Must Visit : This rare Gothic church in Rome is very unassuming from the outside. The interior is however quite awe-inspiring with wonderful paintings against the walls and the roof. It is situated behind the Pantheon and amongst many government buildings. Highly recommended!
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Ara Pacis Augustae Full review
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Incredible art and Full of history: For those interested in visiting ancient sites, this place must make it to their itinerary. It is one of the most impressive and captivating Roman monuments. The carvings and sculptures at the altar enclosure epitomize the height of Roman artistry. Ara Pacis is a splendid place to get an intimate insight into the magnificent reign of Augustus, the first Roman emperor.
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Piazza Mattei Full review
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History : Piazza Mattei is a small square in the heart of the Jewish Ghetto. It may not have the riches of its more famous cousins, but it does boost a lovely Fountain of Turtles that s worth visiting. The atmosphere is nice and a great deal more peaceful than other squares.
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Roman ghetto Full review
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Fun and history: The Ghetto Ebraico is a small place in Rome. It dates back to 1555 and once was known to house all the Jewish population of Rome. Now a days it bursting with energy, full of restaurant, color and history. A fun way to spend the day
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Basilica di Santa Prassede Full review
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A hidden Gem: Obscured from the public view in a small side street this church is indeed a hidden gem. It is situated at a just 2-minutes walk from the famous Santa Maria Maggiore. Once you enter Santa Prassede, you are blown away by the breathtaking display of the 9th-century mosaics. Highly recommended.
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Tiber Island Full review
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Must See : This lovely island, located in the middle of the Tiber River, offers great views over the water during the day, but gains a whole new magical, fairy-tale-like quality at dusk or night time, when the only Roman bridge that has survived, Ponte Fabriccio, is lit up.
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The Catacombs of Saint Sebastian Full review
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Nice Place : Way off the beaten track, get there by bus. Very interesting and even creepy. Learned a lot. Unfortunately the large group we had to join had a guide who did not project well at all so I missed about 60% of her explanations. The ending spot was a surprise and beautiful.
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Turtle Fountain Full review
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Comfortable Place : Quiet little plaza under video surveillance. Don't go swimming! There are some restaurants nearby. A specialty hot chili store with a huge selection of unheard of peppers is near the fountain. Just down the street is an odd Harry Potter shoppe.
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Canova Tadolini Museum Full review
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Highly Recommended : Beautiful atmosphere. Our server Danilo was very professional and all his suggestions were perfect. The antipasto. The pasta in a basket and The best Tiramisu of all Rome. Spent 8 days in Rome went to many restaurants but Museo Canova Tadolini was the best and moderately priced.
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Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere Full review
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Lovely Place : This lovely square in a charming area off Rome is one offer favorites.THE Santa Maria CHURCH is built over an early Christian foundation. The church has wonderful mosaics by off Cavallini and to the left off the apse one bother prophet Isaiah. The fountain off this Piazza is by Carlo Fontana.
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Museo Arti e Tradizioni Popolari Full review
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Fantastic : Pretty nice museum. Completely empty and vacant by guards and people who visit it. Who likes the genre dedicated to agriculture can appreciate it for the different machines of the past. However the museum is deserted, every time you meet someone, you are startled by fright.
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Palatine Hill Full review
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Amazing : One of the most beautiful places I have ever been. The hill boasts lush green hills, beautiful fountains and gorgeous ruins. My partner and I took a guided tour with “fun tours”. Mia, the guide, was amazing. So peppy, knowledgeable and has lovely energy.
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Quirinal Palace Full review
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Amazing Experience : I took the guided tour in Italian. You need to book online and pick up the tickets at an office near the Palace. As it's the Presidents residence security is tight and you need to bring your passport. It's definitely worth a look inside the palace and around the gardens.
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Basilica di San Pietro in Vincoli Full review
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Fantastic Place : Outside it doesn't seem to be as great as it is inside, so it deserves a look. Moses statue from Michelangelo is a must to see. Anyway, it takes a few minutes and it's free entrance. Positioned between Coliseum and Venice square, it's on the way from Termini station to the ancient Roman forum. Easy.
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Palazzo Farnese Full review
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Cool Place : We stopped here after ending our 1st day in Rome by walking through Piazza Navona. We did not have reservations and they went out of their way to get us a nice little outdoor table while they were busy and had incoming reservations to handle. Party of 3 and from our appetizers to our wine to our dinner - everything was AMAZING.
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Chiesa di Santa Maria della Vittoria Full review
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Fantastic Experience : This appears as a very small and unimpressive church from the outside, and you’ll miss it if you aren’t looking for it. However, the inside is very beautiful and includes a spectacular Bernini sculpture. Take a few minutes from your tours with the masses and step inside this church.
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Aula Ottagona Full review
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Must See: Part of the Terme di Diocleziano complex is normally closed to the public but is in use by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage for events of various kinds, essentially cultural. And the events are an opportunity to see the magnificent salt that was probably a frigidarium arrangement of the athletes who frequented the spa complex.
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Crypta Balbi Full review
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Time Well Spent : Worth checking out, just be mindful of the hours, we almost miss being able to visit. If you get the Roma pass this is one of the destinations you can choose to visit for free. Out of all the choices this one gets pretty regularly recommended online.
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St. Andrew's at The Quirinal Full review
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Beautiful architecture and great history: Wandering through the streets of Rome, we came across this beautiful Roman Catholic titular church. Apart from the architecture of the building, the church has some great displays of sculpture and painting too. If you are walking by and taking a stroll in the streets here, this church is highly recommended.
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Centrale Montemartini Full review
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Exciting Place : One of the most interesting museums we’ve visited in Rome. A collection of antique sculpture inside a closed power station. Beautiful artworks, contrasting interiors. Most of all we liked the antique mosaics and train cars of the Vatican railway.
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Pincio Full review
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A Must Visit : It's a nice enough park. Good to walk around, sit down and relax. Especially good for families with young children. However, the best thing about it from a tourist's point of view is that it offers some spectacular views of the city. Worth going up all those steps.
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Piazza di Monte Citorio Full review
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Must Visit : Attended on the occasion of a school visit .. Visited the spaces and overlooked the parliament building where the legislative activities were still in progress ... passing through the effigies of the historical figures .. Given the wooden model of the city of Rome .. All in respectful silence .. And following the staff .......
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Villa Borghese Full review
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History and Nature: Villa Borghese is a landscape garden which boost's picturesque nature's scenery and rich, stunning museums, buildings and other attractions beside. The third largest public park in all of Rme is definitely a can't miss spot for tourist looking to discover the history and beauty of Italy.
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Marcello Theater Full review
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History and Theater: Marcello Theater is an open air theater that provides a fascinating glance into the roman's everyday life. The theater was showing sign of age, but looked magnificent from the outside. The inside were also fascinating look into the history of the Romans theater.
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Largo Torre Argentina Full review
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History: Largo di Torre Argentina is basically a bunch of ruins. Four great and almighty temples once stood here, and this is also the supposed site of Julius Caesar's assassination. Not for everyone, but you should visit if you are close by.
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St. Clement Basilica Full review
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Wow!! What a fantastic experience: A beautiful basilica in itself but then to have two amazing layers of history to explore makes it all the better. The first level below the current basilica is the old St. Clement Basilica with some great fresco to look at and read about. Then down again to what was a roman house with side streets!!
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Piazza della Bocca della Verità Full review
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History: Piazza Bocca della Verità is a small plaza outside the church Church of Santa Maria. The plaza is home to the famous Mouth of truth. A fun place to the family. Across the plaza are two temples which are definitely a visit.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri Full review
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History, Architecture and Religion: A must see attraction. The Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels and the Martyrs is quite possibly the most beautiful church in all of the world. The sights, the culture, the history, and the art are enough to overwhelm your eyes. The church houses many a pieces by Michelangelo.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Tivoli
(25km)

Hadrian's Villa Full review
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Peace: Hadrian's Villa is a Roman archaeological complex at Tivoli, whose main claim to fame is the water reservoir, surrounded by the marble statues and the columns. It was a a peaceful and comforting sight after a long day. We just sat there for a couple of hour talking amongst ourselves.
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
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Metropolitan City of Rome
(20km)

Grottaferrata Full review
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Nice Visit : If you are in Italy, then you must visit Grottaferrata. There are many great restaurants here. Great restaurant opposite the abbey at the end of the main street in Grottaferrata. Pretty much always open and always good food on offer. Very friendly and welcoming.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Frascati Full review
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Lovely Place : We were based in the hotel Colonna for the week and each evening explored the town. Frascati is in the Alban hills, a short ride from Rome but totally unspoilt by tourism. All the restaurants serve local food and wine and are frequented by locals.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star


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