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  • 21

    Piazza del Popolo

    4
    85 reviews

    Great place to start a walking tour of Rome. Start here after walking through Villa Borghese, Via del Corso past the Spanish Steps, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain and then Campo di Fiori. Read up on the history of the 3 roads stemming from this fantastic piazza. Avoid the tourist trap restaurants and find something on a side street.

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  • 22

    Via dei Condotti

    4.5
    27 reviews

    Even if you don't buy its great to walk along this fashionable streets where you find famous brands such as Louis Vuitton, Prada and Ferragamo. Watch out though for the real shop of Gucci because the first shop of the left right after the Spanish Steps is spelled CUCCI which some first timers mistake for the real one.

    Popular withLuxuryFamiliesLocal
  • 23

    Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II

    4
    44 reviews

    Simplemente espectacular y muy bien restaurado. Está ubicado en una posición perfecta para fotografiarlo durante la puesta de sol, logrando un fondo único.

    Popular withHistoryLocalDesign
  • 24

    Palatine Hill

    4.5
    42 reviews

    One of my favorite places in Rome. Lush greenery, great views, lots of ruins...perfect place to rest.

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  • 25

    San Luigi dei Francesi

    4.5
    8 reviews

    Step inside this unassuming church (unassuming in Rome, at least) with free entry and marvel at the three Caravaggio paintings depicting the life of Saint Matthew. You'll leave feeling a bit richer.

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  • 26

    Quattro Fontane

    4.5
    7 reviews

    On four corners of a traffic-choked intersection sit these four fountains, representing two rivers (the Tiber and Arno) and two goddesses (Diana and Juno) preside peacefully, adding a Renaissance flair to what would otherwise be a routine commute. We think this typifies the 'local' experience in Rome; daily mundane activities against a backdrop of truly incredible art.

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  • 27

    Ostia Antica

    4.5
    16 reviews

    Just a short drive outside the city of Rome, this is a must-see for Roman history buffs. Walking through the ruins of this ancient harbour city is like travelling back in time. With a little imagine, you can almost feel the bustling atmosphere that filled the air when this city was at the height of its existence.

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  • 28

    Piazza della Repubblica

    4
    41 reviews

    Muy concurrida de día y una preciosidad de noche. ¡Merece la pena verla iluminada!

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  • 29

    Freni e Frizioni

    5
    8 reviews

    Sit outdoors on the terrace or indoors at a communal table, but don't miss the aperitivo at Freni e Frizioni, one of Rome's most popular and full of opportunities for taking in the casual social life of the young Romani who come to eat, drink, chat, and gesture.

    Popular withTrendstersFoodiesBudget
  • 30

    Villa Celimontana

    5
    4 reviews

    One of Rome's historic villas hosts a concert series every summer. Go early to snag a table, and enjoy dinner, drinks, and some of Rome's best jazz under the stars.

    Popular withLocalBackpackersFamilies
  • 31

    Saint Clement's Basilica

    4.5
    13 reviews

    History buffs will drool over visiting Saint Clement's Basilica, a church on top of a church, on top of a church. Accidental excavations revealed a 4th century A.D. church underneath the medieval basilica, which just happens to be directly on top of a 1st century A.D. Mithraic chapel.

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  • 32

    New Testaccio Market

    5
    7 reviews

    No experience in Rome would be complete without a visit to the market, and our pick is the New Testaccio Market, where you can sample fruits, veggies, and take in the atmosphere and Roman accents flying fast and furious.

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  • 33

    Coming Out

    5
    5 reviews

    Coming Out is one of Rome's original gay bars, and it's a great place for their straight friends to hang out as well. Beautiful views of the Colosseum at night, good drinks, and fun people.

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  • 34

    Libreria Caffè Bohemien

    5
    3 reviews

    You would be hard pressed to find a friendlier bar in Monti. Independently owned and run by Calabrian Margherita, who never takes off her tango heels, locals and newcomers alike come here and stay longer than they planned. Their wine list is excellent as well; try the Nero di Troia.

    Popular withTrendstersLocalNightlife
  • 35

    Sant'Andrea della Valle

    5
    2 reviews

    The opera Tosca is partially set in this spectacular church, set right on the Corso Vittorio Emanuele with its heavy traffic.

    Popular withBackpackersLocalDesign
  • 36

    Garbatella

    5
    2 reviews

    Rome's history didn't all happen two thousand years ago. Garbatella, a neighborhood constructed in the 1930s, is an excellent example of recent times, featuring round little houses covered in flowers, winding streets, and a distinctly Roman vibe.

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  • 37

    Santa Maria della Vittoria

    4.5
    18 reviews

    Rome is filled with precious pieces of art history that a traveler in a hurry could overlook, and this church is one. Secreted inside is Bernini's masterwork Ecstasy of Saint Teresa, a prime example of sensual Baroque sculpture.

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  • 38

    Gianicolo

    4.5
    14 reviews

    Climb the Gianicolo for one of the best panoramic views of Rome.

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  • 39

    Scuderie del Quirinale

    4.5
    9 reviews

    Art exhibits on rotation in these former stables. The curation often features lesser known Italian artists or time periods, and the places regularly attracts Romans looking for a bit of culture.

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  • 40

    Capuchin Crypt

    4.5
    15 reviews

    The Capuchin Crypt is a unique meditation on death constructed by the monks themselves, with the bones of their deceased brothers.

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