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  • 1


    507 reviews

    To me the symbol of Rome. However although it looks Impressive from the outside there isn't that much to see inside.

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  • 2

    Trevi Fountain

    398 reviews

    The Trevi is fed by the Aqua Vergine, which has been bringing water from the eighth mile of the via Collatina (to the east of Rome) since 19 BC. DON'T make like Anita Ekberg and climb in! ;-)

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  • 3


    235 reviews

    The history behind this is really interesting, and of course the architecture and everything inside is cool too.

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  • 4

    Piazza Navona

    189 reviews

    Piazza Navona is full of tourists during the holiday season. The square is converted into a seasonal fair around this time. Think holiday treats, ornaments, knick-knacks, paintings, street performers and gypsies. Beware of pick-pockets! The theme is the Feast of Epiphany and features the Epiphany witch which is a version of Father Christmas in Italy. Piazza Navona has long been ...

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  • 5

    Roman Forum

    175 reviews

    There's so much to see here. The colosseum, several arches, ruins of old temples, and Caesar's tomb. I loved it.

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  • 6

    Spanish Steps

    163 reviews

    Iconic location in Rome. A good starting or ending point it is in close proximity to a lot of other sights. A short walk to the Trevi Fountain as well as a ton of shops.

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    Piazza di Spagna

    111 reviews

    It took us a while to find the Spanish Steps. Of course at the base of the steps is Piazza di Spagna (Spanish plaza). In the evening, the lights bring this square to life. There were quite a few people here when we visited but from the other photos, it's especially busy during the day. The nice thing is that ...

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  • 8


    85 reviews

    Small area of Rome "across the river" which is what the name means. It's where all the Americans usually get apartments. Kinda pricey, but beautiful. There are winding cobblestone roads that lead to piazzas with fountains and churches. Great little restaurants.

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  • 9

    Piazza Venezia

    85 reviews

    From this square begins the guided tour of the Roman Forum that leads to the Colosseum, through a wide pedestrian promenade, a blast from the past, a must for history buffs!

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  • 10

    Castel Sant'Angelo

    85 reviews

    The Mausoleum of Hadrian, usually known as the Castel Sant'Angelo, is a towering cylindrical building in Rome. It was initially commissioned by the Roman Emperor Hadrian as a mausoleum for himself and his family. The building was later used by the popes as a fortress and castle, and is now a museum. It offers lovely views over Rome, the Tiber ...

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  • 11

    Piazza del Popolo

    83 reviews

    PIazza del Popolo is one of the most famous square of Rome, below "Pincio", close to Via del Corso, Via del Babbuino, Piazza di Spagna (Spanish Steps).

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  • 12

    Arch of Constantine

    83 reviews

    Largely overlooked due to the close proximity of the Coliseum, and the fact that it is fenced-off to stop people getting too close. Unfortunately, it's primary function nowadays seems to be as a meeting point for organised tour groups.

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  • 13

    Villa Borghese

    70 reviews

    I wish we had more days in Rome, so we could just sit in the sun in the very large Villa Borghese gardens. This is the main park in Rome where you have also the opportunity to rent a bicycle and ride the long walks to arrive at the villa itself, turned into a museum.

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  • 14

    Campo de' Fiori

    62 reviews

    Typical open air market where you can find fresh fruits and vegetables every morning. At night it converts into a meeting point for young people from all over the world.

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  • 15

    Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore

    56 reviews

    I would pass by this church every day on my way to school, and it always took my breath away. The facade is not as extravagant as some other churches in Rome, but just knowing that it is one of the oldest of its kind is impressive enough. The square is great to sit in and people watch, since it's ...

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  • 16

    Ponte Sant'Angelo

    50 reviews

    Ponte Sant'Angelo: just start walking on this bridge, look forward and lean on the railing of the bridge, because when you look up you will see Castel Sant'Angelo! And then the emotion is strong, very strong!

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  • 17

    Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II

    43 reviews

    The monument serves to honor Victor Emanuelle II, the first king of unified Italy. Completed in 1935, the monument is a historical tribute to modern day Italy.

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  • 18

    Palatine Hill

    40 reviews

    Nothing spectacular just a tree but what made it special is that this tree is standing tall and alone in the middle of every stone of blocks inside the palatine hill. I just think it is beautiful with a spooky funny feature, just right for this Halloween season :) see for yourself.

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  • 19

    Piazza della Repubblica

    41 reviews

    Flanked by grand neoclassical colonnades, this landmark piazza was laid out as part of Rome’s post-unification makeover. It follows the lines of the semicircular exedra (benched portico) of Diocletian’s baths complex and was originally known as Piazza Esedra. In the centre, the Fontana delle Naiadi aroused puritanical ire when it was unveiled by architect Mario Rutelli in 1901. The nudity ...

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  • 20

    Borghese Gallery

    36 reviews

    We could not speak of Villa Borghese without considering the Borghese Museum and Gallery. On the ground floor and displays sculptures, while on the upper floor the Gallery collects paintings.

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