Astoria Garden

Via Vittorio Bachelet 8-10 | Town Center - Termini Station, 00185 Rome, Italy
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  • 81
    1.63 mi

    Circus Maximus

    1.63 mi from Astoria Garden
    43 reviews

    While touring Ancient Rome, visit Circus Maximus and imagine yourself in a chariot race, marching in a procession or cheering at gladiator events. The first and largest stadium in Ancient Rome and the Roman Empire, this is now a public park, sometimes hosting concerts and meetings. Hardly worth a visit by itself, Circus Maximus is included in tours of Imperial ...

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  • 82
    1.13 mi

    Via dei Fori Imperiali

    1.13 mi from Astoria Garden
    23 reviews

    I have a love-hate relationship with this major road. I love the history, the attractions, the way it shines at night. It's basically a series of amazing historical places one after another. I hate it for the lack of shade, the heat and the traffic. If you should ever find yourself caught on a packed bus along this stretch during ...

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  • 83
    1.2 mi

    Via dei Condotti

    1.2 mi from Astoria Garden
    27 reviews

    La calle por excelencia de las firmas de moda de alta costura, ideal si se quiere ir de compras, pero al no poseer ningún otro atractivo a destacar, puede resultar una pérdida de tiempo. Suele estar bien decorada durante las fiestas de Navidad.

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  • 84
    1.62 mi

    Fountain of the Four Rivers

    1.62 mi from Astoria Garden
    25 reviews

    Of all the fountains in Rome, Bernini's Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi may be the most beautiful. The action. The movement. The drama. It's a brilliant display of stone action in the middle of the Eternal City's grandest piazza.

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  • 85
    1.1 mi

    San Giovanni in Laterano

    1.1 mi from Astoria Garden
    23 reviews

    What amazes me most about Rome is that many of its beautiful attractions are free. San Giovanni in Laterano is no exception. It's huge. Glorious. Stunning. Alive. Walking in here takes the breath away. And for an opposite experience, pay 3€ for the cloisters for some peace and quiet. PS: There's a public restroom here. You're welcome!

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  • 86
    1.63 mi

    Moro Fountain

    1.63 mi from Astoria Garden
    24 reviews

    again such a lovely place to sit down and enjoy this city

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  • 87
    3.44 mi

    Basilica di San Paolo Fuori le Mura

    3.44 mi from Astoria Garden
    20 reviews

    The most beautiful and astonishing temple in Rome. For sure.

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  • 88
    1.6 mi

    Tiber River

    1.6 mi from Astoria Garden
    20 reviews

    Consider a cruise on the Tiber River. This is a great way to enjoy views of many neighborhoods and attractions. Several companies offer cruises ranging from dinner cruises to the hop-on-hop-off variety. My recommendations are Battelli di Roma (which offers a few different types of Tiber cruises), Viator (if you are interested in a dinner cruise) or Rome Tours (for ...

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  • 89
    1.57 mi

    Jewish Ghetto

    1.57 mi from Astoria Garden
    17 reviews

    The entrance to the Jewish Ghetto is just off Ponte delle Guglie, at the beginning of the Strada Nuova. As you get off the bridge, turn immediately left and then immediately right under the arches which says Sotoportego del Ghetto Vecchio, which once upon a time used to be a gate marking the boundary of the ancient Jewish Ghetto, the ...

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  • 90
    1.26 mi

    Via del Corso

    1.26 mi from Astoria Garden
    18 reviews

    The silver people in the street. Give them coins and you will hear how they create noise of their own for just 3secs. It's fun watching them, tourists love giving coins for them to make noise. Not a bad idea for entertaining tourists on this area. :)

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  • 91
    2.59 mi

    The Vatican

    2.59 mi from Astoria Garden
    16 reviews

    The Vatican was a highlight of our trip. The Sistine Chapel was magnificent and everything I had expected and more. The splendor of the artwork and decor was awe inspiring. You can't help but feeling humbled by such brilliance!

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  • 92
    1.68 mi

    Capitoline Museums

    1.68 mi from Astoria Garden
    16 reviews

    This museum was founded in 1471 after Pope Sictus IV donated some bronze statues. It is an art and archeological museum, containing pieces connected with Rome history. One of the pieces that mostly impressed me is the bronze statue of the wolf with Romolo and Remo.

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  • 93
    2.35 mi


    2.35 mi from Astoria Garden
    15 reviews

    in my opinion, this is one of the most beautiful places to see in rome, is a park full of greenery, situated on a hill near Trastevere, a very romantic place, where you can see all of Rome at night with its lights, or day, a great view, a lasting memory of your vacation .... and soon after, you can ...

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  • 94
    1.39 mi

    Basilica di Santa Maria sopra Minerva

    1.39 mi from Astoria Garden
    15 reviews

    As Rome's only Gothic cathedral, the feel of the interior of the Basilica di Santa Maria sopra Minerva is quite different from the other churches in Rome. I particularly loved the blue ceiling. Artistic must-sees include Michelangelo's Christ Bearing the Cross at the left side of the nave's end, as well as Bernini's Elefantino sculpture outside.

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  • 95
    2.6 mi

    Pope Benedict XVI

    2.6 mi from Astoria Garden
    12 reviews

    Taken Sunday June the 26th, 2011. I love this picture (and the accompanying video) because it annoys my sister to no end - she's been to Rome five times and never got a peep at the Holy Father, my first time and bingo, there he is! (well, technically the second time in Rome, first time was a quick flight in, ...

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  • 96
    1.6 mi

    Santa Maria in Cosmedin and the Bocca della Verità

    1.6 mi from Astoria Garden
    15 reviews

    This church is famous for the Mouth of Truth (La Bocca della Verita), which was featured in the Audrey Hepburn-Gregory Peck film called Roman Holiday. There might be a queue to literally put your hand in the mouth, which takes away some of the fun. Still, if there's not a long line, I would suggest going it. Some might decry ...

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  • 97
    1.5 mi

    Torre Argentina Ruins and Cat Sanctuary

    1.5 mi from Astoria Garden
    12 reviews

    I know Torre and Largo Argentina more for a bus stop than anything else. After fruitlessly seeking an actual torre, I was informed by a Roman that it is long gone. Oh well. At least the Cat Sanctuary is there, a cat-tivating (sorry) attraction to enjoy the gelato you got from nearby Gelateria Corona or a slice from Pizzeria Florida.

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  • 98
    2.07 mi

    Porta Portese

    2.07 mi from Astoria Garden
    12 reviews

    If you enjoy a crowded market where you can buy anything you can think of, then you shouldn't miss the Porta Portese Market. The Market runs every Sunday morning and many streets of Trastevere are closed to traffic from the day before in order to make room for this big Market. It can get really crowded, so I would suggest ...

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  • 99
    1.46 mi

    Ara Pacis

    1.46 mi from Astoria Garden
    11 reviews

    This monument was built after Augusto emperor will. The museum that contains Ara Pacis is the first architectural space that has been built in the Centre of Rome after the Second World War. The architect is Richard Meier. Before Meier intervention the monument was just there, under the rain, sun, wind. Now it is protected by big glass walls that ...

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  • 100
    1.5 mi

    Santa Maria del Popolo

    1.5 mi from Astoria Garden
    10 reviews

    Located at the very end of Piazza del Popolo this church, a little hidden, contains Caravaggio opera. It was one of the first Renaissance churches in Rome. The church features Caravaggio's Martrydom of St. Peter and Conversion of St. Paul. In the Chigi Chapel, created by Raphael, there are statues by Bernini.

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