The Domus Aurea is an palace, built by emperor Nero. Altough it can only be visited with a guided tour, it's a must see in Rome. It's pretty impressing, how huge the area of the domus aurea was.
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The Basilica of San Clemente is one of Rome's more interesting and lesser known gems. It's an excavation all in itself. You enter at ground level and think, oh, whatever, baroque church, blah blah blah. But then, you get to descend to a very well preserved Medieval church on the level below. Two churches, built one on top of the ...Popular withHistoryLocalDesign
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Coming Out is one of Rome's original gay bars, and it's a great place for their straight friends to hang out as well. Beautiful views of the Colosseum at night, good drinks, and fun people.Popular withLGBTBackpackersLocal
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Do not miss a visit to the Basilica of Our Lady in Trastevere. This Basilica is one of the oldest Churches of Rome. The basic floor plan and wall structure of the church dates back to the 340s. After the visit, do not look at your map and just get lost in the nice small cobblestone streets of Trastevere. You ...
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Al centro di Piazza San Pietro si innalza un obelisco egizio, il secondo per altezza (25,5 metri) dopo quello del Laterano. Si trova qui dal 10 novembre 1586, trasportato dall'architetto Domenico Fontana per volontà di papa Sisto V. La storia di questo obelisco è molto affascinante, perché si intreccia con quella dell'area vaticana e della basilica di San Pietro.
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I suggest you to buy a 2-day pass. You can, on the first day, know all the famous places and, in the end, left the bus to know one of them. After it, you can take the bus to go near to your hotel. On the next day, you can take the same bus and stop in various places (I ...
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I don't even recall where this aqueduct was in Rome, but I do recall it was in a park and it took forever to walk there from the metro stop. A quick google search didn't locate this for me so all that I can suggest is ask the locals where this might be.Popular withHistoryStudentsDesign
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Located away from the busy streets and up on the hill, getting to the Chiesa di SS Quattro Coronati can be tiring, but the results are worth it. With a beautiful cloister and a soothing interior, it's one of the more peaceful churches to visit. I had heard that you could view the frescoes depicting St. Sylvester and Constantine by ...Popular withHistoryDesign
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It's quite possible that this charming, homey-yet-classy bar in Trestevere has the best Belgian beer selection in Rome. Stop by before dinner for an aperetivo of peanuts, olives, and other snacks, or any time of day to play board games, lounge on luxe couches, or read one of the multi-language books in the shelves. This also is a great spot ...Popular withFoodiesNightlifeTrendsters
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One of the entrances to the largest park in Rome
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Esther is a real sweetheart! She went out of her way to give us a really unique and cool experience in her neighborhood and it was great to get away from the crowds. Food was awesome as well. go to: http://mekomy.go2cloud.org/SH2vPopular withFoodies
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Outlet shop with really nice clothes. you could find current collection and also the collection of the years before at less money. clothes are divided by colours. you could find also bags, shoes and bijoux. Remember: it doesn't accept credit cards.
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