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  • 1


    507 reviews

    I would have to say that actually being in the Colosseum was different from what I thought it would be. Nothing can explain actually being here.

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  • 2

    Trevi Fountain

    398 reviews

    The Trevi Fountain is also a place we found ourselves stumbling upon three times during our visit-- once because we trekked there, the other two times simply because it's so damn smack in the middle of the city. During the last of these incidents, at three in the morning, we witness a man propose to his girlfriend on one knee. ...

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  • 3


    235 reviews

    The pantheon and the plaza outside it were well worth going and seeing and a good way to spend an hour or so. I felt our time here was rushed...we had a little bit of free time as part of an organized tour, would have loved to have had a little more time to avoid feeling so rushed.

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  • 4

    Piazza Navona

    189 reviews

    Less than 15 minutes walk from the apartment, in the middle of nightlife, you will walk by it many times!

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  • 5

    Roman Forum

    175 reviews

    Was once the centre of the world. You will see why immediately. Behold the grandeur that was Rome. And then have a coffee and people watch, which is what Romans do best.

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  • 6

    Spanish Steps

    163 reviews

    The Spanish Steps are a must visit when in Rome if only because they are so recognizable. And climb the 136 steps to the top. During the warmer months, the steps are decked out with flowers.

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    Piazza di Spagna

    111 reviews

    Piazza di Spagna • Arts and Entertainment • Piazza di Spagna Romans know the staircase as the "Scalinata di Trinità dei Monti", but British visitors in the 18th century called it the Spanish Steps and the name stuck. In spring pots of azaleas line

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  • 8


    85 reviews

    This lovely neighborhood full of twisty streets and cobblestones has in recent years been overtaken by American tourists looking for an authentic experience. You can still get nice food if you know where to go, but avoid it on Friday and Saturday nights.

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  • 9

    Piazza Venezia

    85 reviews

    The view from this place is one of the best in the city and it's free. I guess not a lot of people know about it because it's not very crowded.

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  • 10

    Castel Sant'Angelo

    85 reviews

    The prison of the Pope: beautiful, gorgeous, splendid monument. You can always see the exhibitions. To visit: the passageway. It was the way high off the ground that connected the Vatican to Castel Sant'Angelo Walking distance: 1200 yardes, 15 minutes! Public Transportation: 6 minutes.

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  • 11

    Piazza del Popolo

    83 reviews

    I once spent a few twilight hours on a bench in this magnificent round piazza. It wasn't very crowded at the time and as I sat there I marveled a bit at the irony of Rome's oldest monuments--it's Egyptian obelisks. Many were taken as trophies by Augustus after his defeat of Antony and Cleopatra at Actium.

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  • 12

    Arch of Constantine

    83 reviews

    This was undergoing restoration when we were there, but definitely worth seeing. It's right next to the Colosseum and shouldn't be overlooked.

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  • 13

    Villa Borghese

    70 reviews

    The Borghese Gallery is only one of the jewels inside VIlla Borghese, one of the most famed and largest urban park in Roma. We spent sometime strolling around the Villa at our own pace, the plentiful of trees provided the perfect cover on a hot day of nearly 100 degrees. The Villa was beautiful and relaxing, different things can be ...

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  • 14

    Campo de' Fiori

    62 reviews

    Campos are usually empty after 22:00, but this one in particular is quite animated with cafes and restaurants all around with finest taste; one of them is Obika, the mozzarella bar or just chill and smoke some shisha in the cafe next to it.

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  • 15

    Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore

    56 reviews

    Santa Maria is a beautiful, historic church in Trastevere, which is located in a local, working class neighborhood in Rome. It's small and lovely and worth a look inside. I tremendously enjoyed it.

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  • 16

    Ponte Sant'Angelo

    50 reviews

    The Sant Angelo bridge is cuts between the Tiber River and is a connecting point from Rome to Sant Angelo Castle. The bridge was completed in 134 AD and is another lovely bridge among many in Rome.

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  • 17

    Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II

    43 reviews

    The Pizza Venezia is one of the most conspicuous monuments in Rome. The statue of Victor Emmanuel, the first King of Italy is a testament to modern Italian nationalism. It's a handsome enough palace, if a little gaudy. When I was in Rome I attended an art show here.

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  • 18

    Palatine Hill

    40 reviews

    Definitely plays second fiddle to other sights in Rome. Could easily be accused of being just a pile of rocks. Interesting enough but requires imagination. The Roma Pass is highly recommended if you don't want to wait in line.

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  • 19

    Piazza della Repubblica

    41 reviews

    You can't but run into this magnificent castle with impressive fountains and 2 theatrical flames if you're walking around Rome through the main street. Wasn't on my to-do list but was very delightful to see its grandeur.

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  • 20

    Borghese Gallery

    36 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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