Things to do for Adventure Travelers in Rome, Italy 

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    516 reviews

    This is pretty much THE thing you have to see if you go to Rome. Don't miss out.

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    Trevi Fountain

    402 reviews

    Absolutely stunning at night. Local frozen yogurt and desert shops make the Trevi an even sweeter after dinner spot. Super romantic too!

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    238 reviews

    Pantheon is another breath-taking place in Rome. Another place that is rich in history. The artist Raphael's tomb is inside and so is the first king of Italy. I would definitely go back to Rome.

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    Piazza del Popolo

    87 reviews

    If you are looking for some unusual shops where to buy cloths, accessories and that usually held also art exhibition, you have to head to the small streets that surrounds the Spanish Steps and Piazza del Popolo or Piazza Navona. The Guardian has selected some of the best and unique small boutiques in the city center, like Spazio IF and ...

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  • 5

    Torre Argentina Ruins and Cat Sanctuary

    12 reviews

    Just the cutest use of ruins I've ever seen anywhere in the world. Cool ruins + cute cats. GO.

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  • 6

    Parco degli Acquedotti

    9 reviews

    A great place to see one of the most impressive engineering feats of the ancient Romans. Its amazing to see them in person.

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    Ostia Lido

    4 reviews

    This is considered Roma City on the beach! Ostia is the top 10 city to go if you are coming to visit Rome. All roman people and tourists move to here in the summer. You will find so much nightlife, clubs, restaurants, bars, beaches and life!

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    Piazza Navona

    190 reviews

    With its ornate fountains, baroque palazzi and colourful cast of street artists, hawkers and tourists, Piazza Navona is Rome’s most celebrated square. Built over the ruins of the 1st-century Stadio di Domiziano (Domitian’s Stadium), it is centred on Bernini’s showy Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (Fountain of the Four Rivers), representing the rivers Nile, Ganges, Danube and Plate.

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    Castel Sant'Angelo

    86 reviews

    This Castle was built in the early days of Rome by Emperor Hadrian as a mausoleum for his family. Later it became a chapel and then a refuge for Popes trying to escape foreign forces.

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    Olympic Stadium

    3 reviews

    I've come to Olympic Stadium for both a Roma vs. Venezia soccer match (terrifying) and a skateboard competition. The stadium itself is impressive, with comfortable seating (though no one really sits) and an electric atmosphere. Attending a soccer game here is highly recommended, though I think once was enough for me. Firecrackers are thrown onto the field, fights break out ...

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  • 11

    Appian Way

    22 reviews

    This is the oldest road out of Rome and a great way to spend an afternoon. Rent a bike and pedal as far as you'd like down this road lined with ancient ruins. Be warned, though: much of the road is very rocky and uneven... not at all what you see in this photo. However, if you can handle a ...

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  • 12


    5 reviews

    Pleasant residential neighborhood. A good place to see how Romans really live.

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  • 13

    Chiesa Santa Maria dei Sette Dolori

    2 reviews

    Lovely chapel hidden away on the grounds of the Hotel Donna Camilla Savelli. You will have it to yourself if you visit.

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    Via di San Pietro in Montorio

    2 reviews

    Nice little view point. Follow Via Garibaldi up the hill and take the stairwell just before the big curve. Sweeping views of Rome. Unfortunately, the nigh view isn't so spectacular as most monuments turn their lights off at night. Better during the day.

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    Roman Forum

    178 reviews

    The Foro di Roma is where all the ancient public buildings used to stand and it's a nice walk to see all the ruins and how large it was. Parts of it are more conserved than others and, for me, the gardens were the most beautiful part of it.

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    Spanish Steps

    166 reviews

    Get here early to admire and soak the atmosphere. Later than 10 in the morning and its full of tourists. Note you cant eat on the steps, and you will be asked to leave them if you sit with your ice cream. Its right in the centre of the expensive shops, but the square and its surrounds are a lovely ...

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    Arch of Constantine

    84 reviews

    el arco de constantino es una de las antiguedades mas importantes que tiene italia y si tuviera la oportunidad de visitarla nuevamente lo haria

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    Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II

    44 reviews

    The Monumento Nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele II (National Monument to Victor Emmanuel II) or Altare della Patria (Altar of the Fatherland) or "Il Vittoriano" is a monument built to honour Victor Emmanuel, the first king of a unified Italy, located in Rome, Italy. It occupies a site between the Piazza Venezia and the Capitoline Hill. It was inaugurated in 1911 ...

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  • 19

    Piazza Venezia

    86 reviews

    Molto ariosa, soleggiata, mondana e trafficata. Certo un po' dispiace per gli sventramenti ottocenteschi, ma il risultato finale è buono. Uno dei punti elementari da vedere a Roma. Questa famosa piazza sorge alla base del Campidoglio ed ospita il monumentale "Altare Della Patria". Il gigantesco edificio che la domina è costruito interamente in marmo, nel quale spiccano diverse statue in ...

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  • 20

    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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