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    Colosseum

    515 reviews

    Official website: http://www.coopculture.it/en/heritage.cfm?id=2 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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  • 2

    Trevi Fountain

    402 reviews

    The eternal city never stops to amaze me, it's wonderful how its atmosphere makes you feel reborn more than 2000 years ago.

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  • 3

    Pantheon

    238 reviews

    Great for history lovers and the free admission is a nice change of pace after all the $$ you spend all over Rome elsewhere. Final resting place of Rafael and other famous roman kings.

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  • 4

    Campo de' Fiori

    63 reviews

    Rome's oldest market is held on Campo Dei Fiori (Flora's Courtyard, not 'flower market'). Here you will find the best fish in the city, fresh vegetables and attractively-piled fruit, spice.

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    Trastevere

    85 reviews

    A great neighbourhood with lots of bars, restaurants and cafés. perfect destination for college students because of its active nightlife.

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    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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  • 7

    Capuchin Crypt

    15 reviews

    This succession of rooms below the Chiesa di Santa Maria Immacolata at the base of the Via Veneto is one of Rome's best secrets. Capuchin monks unearthed the bones of 400 or so of their brethren and created this multi-room sculpture/meditation on the ephemeral nature of our earthly existence. Seeing pelvic bones arrayed in fan shapes and vertebrae in trailing ...

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  • 8

    San Pietro in Vincoli

    25 reviews

    St. Peter in Chains Church (graphic, I know) houses Michelangelo's spectacular giant sculpture of Moses, which was meant to be part of Pope Julius' tomb.

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  • 9

    Piazza Venezia

    86 reviews

    I only walked by it, but this building caught my eye the moment I saw it. Grandeur and glory are two words that come to mind.

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  • 10

    Piazza del Campidoglio

    31 reviews

    I absolutely loved it here. Whether during the day, the sunset or at night, Piazza del Campidoglio is beautiful and offers an amazing view of Piazza Venezia and much of Rome. Walk to the side of the Musei Capitolini to find a little quiet area where you can sit and watch the sun set over Rome. Amazing.

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  • 11

    Altare della Patria

    6 reviews

    " Vittoriano is the largest monument in white marble ever created. The Altare della Patria (Altar of the Fatherland) also known as the Monumento Nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele II (National Monument to Victor Emmanuel II) is a monument built in honour of Victor Emmanuel, the first king of a unified Italy. "

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  • 12

    Roman Forum

    178 reviews

    Walk in the footsteps of Cesar's and Julius himself. You can feel the history of the place seeping into your feet as you walk around these grounds and gaze upon the remnants of buildings and statues left standing

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  • 13

    Piazza del Popolo

    86 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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  • 14

    Arch of Constantine

    84 reviews

    This is just too cool to miss. More imposing in person than expected. But hard to do justice in a photo. Lots of tourists almost all times of year, but still do it.

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  • 15

    Spanish Steps

    166 reviews

    Worthy of a a visit, especially for youth and students. There is always a fun crowd here enjoying the scene.

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  • 16

    Castel Sant'Angelo

    86 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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  • 17

    Borghese Gallery

    37 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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  • 18

    The Vatican

    16 reviews

    The Vatican was a highlight of our trip. The Sistine Chapel was magnificent and everything I had expected and more. The splendor of the artwork and decor was awe inspiring. You can't help but feeling humbled by such brilliance!

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  • 19

    Largo di Torre Argentina

    3 reviews

    Cats decoratively stretched out on ruins. Heaven for a cat lover. Feral cats romp near an adjacent cat sanctuary that helps Rome's cats who need veterinary care or may be adoptable. Worth a donation- they are good folks.

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  • 20

    Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica a Palazzo Corsini

    2 reviews

    Wonderful art gallery and library in an astonishing building that also houses Galileo's academy. The entrance fee is a few euro which gives you access to wonderful art and statuary. Splendid and in a great neighbourhood in Rome.

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