Things to do in Rome

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    515 reviews

    I recommend paying €5 for an audio guide. This gives context to everything you're seeing, and it made the experience much more enjoyable and informative for me. The Colosseum is an absolute Rome must!

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    Trevi Fountain

    402 reviews

    I like this fountain. It looks a lot like a lot of other fountains, but somehow it's still remarkable.

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  • 3


    238 reviews

    Hey, it's the Pantheon. You've seen this in every collage that exists of Rome, I'm sure. It should be noted that it is free and pretty cool, considering how old it is. It is also the building of which I won a bet on-- there ARE no straight lines used in the building of the Pantheon! The architects added slight ...

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  • 4

    Piazza Navona

    190 reviews

    This is great place to visit day or night. At night the monuments are lit up and they look awesome.

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  • 5

    Roman Forum

    178 reviews

    The Roman Forum is a fascinating trip through one sliver of the city's history, though I think it's in the middle of my list of favorite Roman monuments. While it is usually jam packed with tourists, it's great for people who like to let their imaginations take over and fill in the blanks (as the majority of the ruins are ...

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  • 6

    Spanish Steps

    166 reviews

    Good to visit to get a view of the city. Beware of pick-pocketers (as always-- if someone tries to give you something "for free," they probably will chase after you and demand money). That said, nothing to go out of your way for, just some place to chill if you'd like!

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    Piazza di Spagna

    112 reviews

    Piazza di Spagna or also know as the Spanish steps is a nice sit-around place around the fountain on the never-ending steps. Some luxury shopping stores, brand clothing shops I mean, are around this area. It will be definitely a nice moment for cinema lovers, where they will feel the famous Fellini's falling stroller scene being shot here at the ...

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  • 8


    85 reviews

    Trastevere is a more local, working class area of Rome. If you want to stay away from tourists and still experience the local Roman nightlife, I would suggest going here and renting an apartment to stay. Plus, the buildings are old and lovely with Tuscan-like golden hues, the restaurants are great, and there's an old, historic church called Santa Maria.

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    Castel Sant'Angelo

    86 reviews

    The Mausoleum of Hadrian, usually known as Castel Sant'Angelo, is a towering cylindrical building in Parco Adriano, Rome, Italy. It was initially commissioned by the Roman Emperor Hadrian as a mausoleum for himself and his family.

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  • 10

    Piazza Venezia

    86 reviews

    This square is located in the heart of Rome, at the end of the Via del Corso. From here it's only a short walk to some of Rome's most famous sights like the Campidoglio, the Forum Romanum and the Pantheon. Unlike several more pleasant Roman piazza's like the Piazza del Popolo or the Piazza Navona, chaotic traffic dominates the square.

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  • 11

    Piazza del Popolo

    86 reviews

    Fun place to go for a few hours. Nothing to do with the People's Piazza. It's about popular trees nearby. Serves as a monument to Roman imperialism with some obelisks that were nicked from the Egyptians.

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  • 12

    Arch of Constantine

    84 reviews

    This is just too cool to miss. More imposing in person than expected. But hard to do justice in a photo. Lots of tourists almost all times of year, but still do it.

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  • 13

    Villa Borghese

    71 reviews

    So many people pass up Villa Borghese when visiting Rome. To me it was my escape in the city. The park really is massive - you could wander around all day. The trees envelop you and the little fountains, benches, and museums throughout are not to be missed. Such a great way to escape the crowds and appreciate the beauty ...

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  • 14

    Campo de' Fiori

    63 reviews

    Campo dei Fiori is a public square located in the Piazza Navona. The name literally means 'field of flowers' in Italian. While there are no flowers in the square per se, the mix of restaurants and shops will make a visit worthwhile.

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    Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore

    58 reviews

    Beautiful church with high, ornate ceilings and countless altars. It's elaborate and grand and makes you feel small without making you feel insignificant. It's a little known fact that the tomb of Gianlorenzo Bernini rests here; blink and you could miss the step indicating its location. It's also said that there are remnants of Jesus' baby crib kept here, though ...

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    Ponte Sant'Angelo

    50 reviews

    Ponte Sant'Angelo is the bridge across the Tiber River leading from the centre of Rome to the Castel Sant'Angelo, once Hadrian's tomb, then home to the popes, and now a museum. The most striking feature of the now pedestrian-only bridge, are the ten statues of angels which line it.

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  • 17

    Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II

    44 reviews

    if you're looking for something that will impress you, you are. nothing more imposing than this Monument. you will pass it by several times while touring the city...and at night, the lightning, breathtaking...

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  • 18

    Palatine Hill

    42 reviews

    Palatine Hill is a must on a first time trip to Rome. One of Rome's Seven Hills, historic, ancient Palatino is located between the Roman Forum and Circus Maximus. It is best to do a guided tour or purchase a combination ticket including the Colosseum and the Roman Forum (at a cost of around 12 euro). The area is larger ...

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  • 19

    Borghese Gallery

    37 reviews

    I love that the Galleria Borghese limits entry to specific times, making it necessary to place a reservation several days in advance, with a maximum visit of two hours. This means the crowds are minimal, unlike the herd of people through the Musei Vaticani. You are able to breathe as you read about the great art in this impressive palazzo. ...

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  • 20

    Piazza della Repubblica

    41 reviews

    Mainly a traffic circle with a giant fountain, this is just close to Termini and also backs right up on the Terme di Diocleziano.

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