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One of ancient Rome’s greatest achievements combines momentous history and inspired architecture.
Experience this high-domed church at the heart of Catholicism and its magnificent gallery at the heart of the art world.
The open-air heart of the Catholic world, Piazza San Pietro is at the pinnacle of religious architecture, especially as the sun sets.
Forget the Louvre, the Met or the Hermitage, some of the world’s greatest collections of art can be found in the Vatican Museums.
Explore one of the most renowned archaeological sites in the world and immerse yourself in the ancient atmosphere where the Roman Empire began.
The old papal buildings have altered little over the centuries, but still act as an open-air hub for cafés and street entertainers.
A stone’s throw from the Roman Forum, Piazza Venezia isn’t for sitting back and sipping coffee — it’s for exploring palaces, museums and viewing platforms.
As you cross this historic bridge take in the elegance of it statues, gaze across the River Tiber and consider the pilgrims that walked over the bridge throughout the centuries.
Visit this tiny island to see a charming Baroque church and several bridges that date back as far as the 1st century B.C.
In a city full of fine art, the exquisite paintings and sculptures at this prestigious 17th-century gallery still manage to stand out from the crowd.
Featuring an impressive Italian bell tower, this 10th-century minor basilica holds precious religious artworks and the relics of St. Francesca Romana.
The iconic Pantheon and a beautiful fountain draw visitors to this vibrant square set in the heart of Rome’s historic center.
Take a break from the busy city center and explore this vast network of pretty gardens and enthralling museums.
Learn about the battles of the Roman Empire, examine the detailed carvings or just admire the skills required to build this ancient symbol of victory.
A prime people-watching spot, this famous square is a superb place to enjoy the sun and see some fantastic artwork and architecture.
This grand triumphal arch is one of the latest existing monuments from imperial Rome and is coated with exquisite statues and lavish motifs.
Wander down this elegant street to discover places of interest, including a centuries-old café, grand palaces and luxury fashion stores.
Tour opulent apartments and ancient religious sites, stroll through narrow alleys and relax in the piazzas on the main street of Rome’s historic center.
With pretty gardens and spectacular city views, it is of little surprise that these gardens have long been among the most desirable parts of Rome.
Filled with designer boutiques and antique stores, this street is known as one of the best shopping areas in Rome’s historic center.
Visit a museum dedicated to Italy’s light infantry corps and several historic religious sites on this prominent street in Rome’s city center.
Walk along this historic street and find landmark buildings including a beautiful neoclassical exhibition hall and an exquisitely decorated 17th-century church.
Running along the eastern side of Termini Central Station, this street is close to many of the city’s historic attractions and shopping areas.
A monumental stairway with a monumental past, the Spanish Steps are literally and figuratively at the heart of Rome.
One of the most famous streets in Rome was the primary setting of Federico Fellini’s classic film La Dolce Vita.
A true architectural heavyweight, the 2,000-year-old Colosseum is often considered one of the seven “modern” wonders of the world.
In the Villa Borghese park, see performances of Shakespearean plays in Rome’s replica of London’s Globe Theatre.
Discover some of the oldest ruins in the city and see the place where Julius Caesar was murdered.
Stroll along the statue-lined avenues of this 19th-century terrace and admire sublime views over the city.
One of Europe’s oldest botanical gardens, this outdoor space boasts charming Renaissance architecture and superb views over the Roman Forum.
Check out the largest and best preserved of Rome’s imperial forums and view the ancient architectural remnants of this once-powerful empire.
Marvel at the shining white exterior and larger-than-life bronze statues of this impressive monument.
Wander this tranquil park, which was once home to the largest entertainment complex in ancient Rome.
Explore the different layers of history, admire the intricate artwork and frescos or just take in the sweeping views of Rome from this riverside fortress.
Rome is a city abundant in world-class water features, but none more stunning, or more famous, than the Trevi Fountain.
Listen to live music, try authentic Roman cuisine and stroll to Vatican City from this peaceful neighborhood in Rome.
Relax in wine bars and restaurants, take a walking tour and discover the famous Colosseum and other historic sites in one of Rome’s prominent districts.
Discover one of Rome’s most densely populated residential areas and admire a spectacular 4th-century basilica and an Ancient Roman palace.
Stay in this peaceful neighborhood, which still retains much of its authentic charm despite touching the edges of Rome’s biggest attraction, Vatican City.
Drive one of Italy’s most scenic roads, an ancient Roman route which leads past villages, cities, lakes and ruins, and through the famous Tuscan landscape.
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