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  • 61

    New Testaccio Market

    5
    7 reviews

    Family-owned businesses populate the historic Testaccio Market. Now moved to a newer, cleaner, more modern location (for better or worse), it's the best place for true Roman and Italian food products and fresh produce. Even relatives of Italian film legend Marcello Mastroianni have a fish shop here!

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  • 62

    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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  • 63

    Palazzo Doria Pamphilj

    5
    7 reviews

    The family collection in the Paazzo Gallery has over 400 painting dating from the 15 to the 18th century, including the famous portrait of Pope Innocent X by Velazquez. there are alsoimportant works by Titian, Caravaggio, Lorenzo Lotto and Guercino. Many of the private apartments of the Palace with their original furnishings aare on display and open to the public.

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  • 64

    Chiostro del Bramante

    5
    7 reviews

    I love the particular mix of history and contemporary Roman life which the Chiostro del Bramante demonstrates. The building is a design of Bramante, as such, an important historical edifice, and is brought alive with contemporary exhibitions and performances. It's this way of making Rome's heritage contemporary and vibrant that represents the city at its best.

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  • 65

    Chiesa del Gesù

    5
    7 reviews

    Triumph of the Name of Jesus, by Giovanni Battista Gaulli, is the fresco painting on the ceiling of the church and makes a visit to this church worthwhile. There is a big mirror set up so you can view the ceiling at length without straining your neck. The times when the church is open is not well advertised so check ...

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  • 66

    Via Giulia

    4.5
    7 reviews

    This street is around one kilometer straight long. It was on the first urban projects of Renaissance in Rome. It was designed by Pope Julius II, and was meant to become the centre of offices and administrative power in Rome. Nowadays it is a very fascinating street, I would say a must see in Rome.

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  • 67

    Column of Marcus Aurelius

    4.5
    7 reviews

    The Colonna di Marco Aurelio is one of the most impressive columns I've seen. I absolutely love the detailing going from the bottom up to the top. It's definitely grand.

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  • 68

    Quattro Fontane

    4.5
    7 reviews

    My first sight of this corner was from the back of a motorino, and it crystallized the particular beauty of Rome for me. On this traffic choked four way intersection, air heavy with smog, these four incredibly elegant statues stand watch, reminding us of the layers upon layers of time the city has seen.

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  • 69

    Church of Saint Yves at La Sapienza

    5
    6 reviews

    Francesco Borromini's masterpiece. Even though it's a stone's throw from Piazza Navona, this little church is a hard to find. It is closed in July and August, I got very lucky, I went there June 28th!

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  • 70

    Museo Nazionale Romano

    4.5
    6 reviews

    Founded in 1889 the museum holds most of the antiquities found in Rome since 1870 as well as existing collections of classical arts. The exhibits displayed in the Palazzo Massimo near the central Termini are originals dating from the 2nd century BC to the end of the 4th century AD. On the 2nd floor particularly are decorations from public buildings ...

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  • 71

    Fountain of Triton and Fountain of the Bees

    4.5
    7 reviews

    One of my favorite fountains in Rome. I really loved the monument here, the detail in the sculpture work is really nice. I also love the bronzed color. It's a great piece to photograph.

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  • 72

    Catacombs of San Callisto

    4.5
    6 reviews

    Very interesting place to visit, a little spooky though!

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  • 73

    Chiesa di Sant'Ignazio di Loyola

    4.5
    6 reviews

    It is a big church of 17 th century, with a trompe l'oeil dome really astonishing. I like during summer the open air concerts played in the square in front of it. Maybe it is not one of the most famous churches in Rome but it worths the trip.

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  • 74

    Theatre of Marcellus

    4
    8 reviews

    The Theatre of Marcellus is an ancient open-air theatre, built in the closing years of the Roman Republic. It was named after Marcus Marcellus, Emperor Augustus's nephew, who died five years before its completion. Today the upper portion is divided into apartments, and its surroundings are used as a venue for small summer concerts.

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  • 75

    Ponte Vittorio Emanuele II

    4.5
    6 reviews

    The Ponte Vittorio Emanuele II is one of the more central bridges in Rome, connecting Corso Vittorio Emanuele II to Via San Po X. Piazza Navona, Campo de' Fiori, the Castel Sant'Angelo and Piazza San Pietro are all near.

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  • 76

    Fontana del Pantheon

    4.5
    6 reviews

    The best preserved Roman monument in the world. It's a Roman temple converted into a church.

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  • 77

    Sant'Agnese in Agone

    4.5
    6 reviews

    The big church in the heart of Piazza Navona involved both of Rome's great architects, Borromini and Bernini, as well as Girolamo Rainaldi and his son Carlo Rainaldi. The beautiful interior offers a great break from the hustle outside. Stand at the top of the church's steps and you'll get a great vantage point of the piazza itself.

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  • 78

    Open Baladin

    5
    5 reviews

    Wide beer selection!

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  • 79

    Monti

    5
    5 reviews

    In my opinion this is the best area of Rome: a mix of Vintage and trendy, from shops, restaurants and people. It is so relaxing taking a wlk here, doing some fine shopping and then having lunch somewhere. At night it s even better.

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  • 80

    Cinecittà

    4
    6 reviews

    If you love film, you MUST come to Cinecittà. There is no excuse not to. Conveniently located along the Metro's Linea A, it's easy to get to Rome's premier movie studio. Opt for the exhibition-only or guided tour ticket, but know that you can't visit the sets without a guide. I recommend going for the guided tour even if you ...

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