Things to do for LGBT in Rome, Italy 

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  • 21

    Ponte Sant'Angelo

    50 reviews

    Ponte Sant'Angelo is great place 2 go i was there long time ago it was wonderful:)

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  • 22

    Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II

    44 reviews

    Stunningly beautiful. Fine to view in passing but worth a stop if you have time.

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  • 23

    Palatine Hill

    42 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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    Borghese Gallery

    37 reviews

    The Borghese Gallery is, hands down, the best museum in Rome. It's collection of Bernini sculptures and Caravaggio paintings are unparalleled, but it's the Pinacoteca (second floor) that really takes your breath away. In order to limit the CO2 that circulates through the room, a limited number of visitors are allowed in this section over the course of a day. ...

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  • 25

    Piazza della Repubblica

    41 reviews

    this is quite an impressive structure, here to comemmorate past soldiers, a must see, just down the road from trevvi fountain

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  • 26

    Circus Maximus

    43 reviews

    Nothing much to see here by Rome standards. Give it a miss if you are short of time.

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  • 27

    Via dei Fori Imperiali

    23 reviews

    I had a live-in guide with me when I went to the forum, but you should go and read a guidebook or take a tour. Too much important history happened here to miss it. At least 30 min to over an hour needed.

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  • 28

    Via dei Condotti

    27 reviews

    This is one of the most famous streets in Rome. There are beautiful shops, Prada, Vuitton, Bally, Stuart Weiztman.... But also surrounding streets are the ones of luxury shops. It is very relaxing talking a walk there and fully getting into shopping.

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  • 29

    San Pietro in Vincoli

    25 reviews

    The church of Saint Peter in Chains is notable for Michelangelo's historic statue of Moses, part of the tomb of Pope Julius II.

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  • 30

    Fountain of the Four Rivers

    25 reviews

    I like this fountain more than Trevi. Not as large but it is much less crowded and more approachable. Gorgeous in every detail and not so crowded that you can't take an extra moment to really enjoy it.

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  • 31

    Villa d'Este

    24 reviews

    Lovely Villa, Beautiful Scenery and Spectacular Gardens. Well worth a day trip from Rome, if you are staying long enough to manage a visit.

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    Moro Fountain

    23 reviews

    Secondary to the other sights in Piazza Navona but nice enough and a bit less crowded.

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  • 33

    Trajan's Column

    23 reviews

    Located in the center of the piazza his column has intricate details and stands tall

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  • 34

    Basilica di San Paolo Fuori le Mura

    19 reviews

    Most travelers don't make it out to Rome's fourth papal basilica, but it's their loss. Consecrated in the 4th century AD, the church is said to be constructed on the burial place of Saint Paul.

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  • 35

    Appian Way

    22 reviews

    The Appian Wayis lined with monuments and tombs of ancient Roman patrician families and more importantly this is the road which leads to the famous roman catacombs.

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  • 36

    Tiber River

    20 reviews

    Less a center piece than the Siene or the Thames but a nice source of atmosphere and point for navigation.

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  • 37

    Jewish Ghetto

    17 reviews

    We loved strolling through the Jewish Ghetto while in Rome. Yes, that's what it's officially called, and it's a term embraced by the residents. Ironically, it's becoming a more upscale part of Rome. Some great Kosher Roman restaurants here, some bistros, and the museum in the Temple here is worth a visit.

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  • 38

    Santa Maria della Vittoria

    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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  • 39

    Via del Corso

    18 reviews

    When I lived in Rome, I had an apartment by the Colosseum so Via del Corso was an easy walk away. I would come here whenever I needed clothes or souvenirs. Naturally, they had a bunch of Italian and European stores that I'd never heard of, but from what I can recall, they were relatively affordable (especially in comparison to ...

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  • 40

    The Vatican

    16 reviews

    vatican is the home of hell. and where children can be abused .

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