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  • 1

    Trevi Fountain

    398 reviews

    This is the Trevi Fountain in Rome. Make sure you take some coins so you can throw them in to assure you return. Hint-don't sit under the lamp posts, the birds sit above you and may leave a deposit on your shoulder.

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    507 reviews

    Official website: Please, make a reservation on line to skip the line. Ticket: € 12 + € 2 reservation (combined ticket Colosseum Roman Forum and Palatine, valid for 2 days)

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  • 3

    Villa Borghese

    70 reviews

    Nothing like wide open spaces to let your kids runs loose after museum hopping and walking around. Villa Borghese is a relaxing place to unwind after a long day out and about. Of course, Villa Borghese is more fun when the weather is nice. There is always something fun to see and do in this large park. Since children can ...

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    235 reviews

    This hauntingly beautiful landmark is one of my favorite monuments in Rome. The history is interesting (temple to the Roman gods turned into Catholic church...) but mostly it’s that something about the architecture of the dome opening to the sky that's emotionally moving – on a visceral level. There isn’t a whole lot to see here, so it’s not going ...

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    Piazza Navona

    189 reviews

    One of Rome's characteristic piazzas, Piazza Navona has three distinctive fountains, and was once used as a water filled stadium for fake naval battles. It's usually packed with tourists and vendors selling cheesy paintings, but, like much of touristy Rome, maintains an air of mystery and magic late at night.

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    Roman Forum

    175 reviews

    Imagine walking on the very ground that the ancient Romans once walked on and experiencing history that until now was only on the page of a textbook that you glanced at as a child. It was a very cool experience to be able to say that I have been to the Roman Forum and even cooler for my 7 year ...

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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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    Castel Sant'Angelo

    85 reviews

    Castel Sant'Angelo is by far the most worthwhile attraction requiring a ticket in Rome. Not only do you get to see an ancient fortress-castle, you get beautiful views of the city and access to an art exhibition at the very top. Last but not least, you get to burn some calories. Those unable to walk well should heed this warning: ...

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  • 9

    Spanish Steps

    163 reviews

    Enjoy Piazza di Spagna with the famous " Barcaccia" Fountain, built by Bernini's father, Pietro and the beautiful Spanish Steps!

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  • 10

    Piazza del Campidoglio

    30 reviews

    This piazza is fun to explore, and there is always a vibrant crowd of tourists, government officials and people just looking to get some fresh air. The best time to come here is on the weekends when official business is generally light. This is a great piazza for the kids to walk around and see the different statues, buildings and ...

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  • 11


    4 reviews

    After visiting the Borghese Gallery we took our 7 year old over to the Bioparco and she loved it. Something about seeing animals can calm a child down even if they cannot read any of the informational signs. While this zoo is nothing like the San Diego Zoo back home, it was a lot of fun for the family and ...

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    Ponte Sant'Angelo

    50 reviews

    This pedestrian bridge over the Tiber has a fine view of the neighboring Vatican as well as much of the rest of the city. Unlike London and Paris, which navigable rivers, very little actually goes down the Tiber but the bridge is nice.

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  • 13

    Piazza Venezia

    85 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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  • 14

    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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    Chiostro del Bramante

    7 reviews

    The Chiostro del Bramante, one of the high points of Renaissance architecture in Rome, was designed by Donato Bramante (1444-1515), who had arrived in the city after the fall from power of his employer Duke Ludovico Sforza of Milan, to become the leading architect of Pope Julius II and a fierce rival of Michelangelo. The Chiostro, or cloister, is the ...

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  • 16

    Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II

    43 reviews

    The panoramic lifts, though vertigo inducing, are totally worth it. They take you to the very top where you can see every corner of the Eternal City.

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  • 17

    Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore

    56 reviews

    One of the major Basilicas and Rome and a favorite because the crib of Jesus is found here, I am a Marian devotee and I love the story on how the church was built. It came in a dream and the Blessed Mother said where it will snow buiild the church. It was not winter but it did snow so ...

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  • 18

    Altare della Patria

    5 reviews

    Or Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II or often dismissively called "The Typewriter." Completed in the heyday of the Mussolini years, it certainly divides opinions. The naysayers claim it's a monumental blight on the Roman treasures nearby (the Typewriter is on Piazza Venezia, at one end of the magnificent Via dei Fori Imperiali); personally, I'm 'ni chaud, ni froid' about it, ...

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  • 19

    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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  • 20

    Saint Clement's Basilica

    13 reviews

    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 ...

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