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Things to do for Wellness in Rome and Surrounds, Italy 

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    Terme dei Papi

    3 reviews

    Viterbo, a small town about an hour outside Rome, is well-known for its hot springs. While you can still find the unreconstructed hole-in-the-ground experience, many prefer the Terme dei Papi (baths of popes) where a little more pampering is on offer.

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  • 2

    Trevi Fountain

    402 reviews

    Almost always filled with people but a visit to the Ancient city of Rome is not complete without stopping by this grand monument.

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    St Peter's Basilica

    165 reviews

    This is the no-filter view from the top of St. Peter's Basilica. There are a lot of steps and I may have had to rest once or twice (I am a decently in-shape 21 year old), but the climb is well worth it. Note: For a slightly more expensive ticket, you can take an elevator part way up.

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    Piazza Navona

    190 reviews

    With its ornate fountains, baroque palazzi and colourful cast of street artists, hawkers and tourists, Piazza Navona is Rome’s most celebrated square. Built over the ruins of the 1st-century Stadio di Domiziano (Domitian’s Stadium), it is centred on Bernini’s showy Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (Fountain of the Four Rivers), representing the rivers Nile, Ganges, Danube and Plate.

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    Orto Botanico

    2 reviews

    Who knew there were li e thirty varieties of citrus fruit. See them all here and pick them if you dare! But seriously, there is a lesson to be had in horticulture here.

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    Tiber River

    20 reviews

    The Tiber doesn't really hold a candle to the Thames or the Seine. When I was here the water was sluggish and malodorous in the extreme. The embankments along the water line are a nice place to hang out with a book, however. The bridges are also magnificent. Many of the great battles in Roman history were fought in front ...

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    Colosseum

    515 reviews

    Il mitico Colosseo, uno dei miei monumenti preferiti in tutto il mondo. Vederlo è stata un emozione

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    Pantheon

    238 reviews

    Built around the time of Christ, the Pantheon is a magnificent structure and a must see. There is an opening in the ceiling and is absolutely beautiful inside.

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    Spanish Steps

    166 reviews

    I have always had the "I love it before I ever see it" kind of affair with the Spanish Steps. I first knew about it from the Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck 1953 black and white movie Roman Holiday. It was the funniest and most romantic movie I had ever seen as a little girl. My favorite scene was after ...

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  • 10

    Saint Peter's Square

    125 reviews

    This Iconic square is perhaps one of the most famous in the world, and coming here doesn't disappoint, with its Roman columns and large open area. So many historic events have occured here, most of them Roman Catholic and religious, of course, but nonetheless, it is a sight to behold and take in, and a walk along the edges is ...

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  • 11

    Vatican Museums

    119 reviews

    Vatican Museums contain unthinkable treasures. The collections there are so immense and rich that you can’t even imagine what you would feel on your first visit. For sure, you would be overwhelmed. At least, get an audio guide – to help you learn about the treasures on display. Or possibly, go with a live guide – who would take you ...

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    Sistine Chapel

    114 reviews

    Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel is such a unique and beautiful place – it’s not to be missed. Find a place on a bench along the wall, sit back, look up and let it all sink in. Audio tour helps a lot to understand and appreciate this magnificent work of art.

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  • 13

    Villa Borghese

    71 reviews

    Sit under the umbrella pines and surf the free wifi, or just stroll through the green expanses of Villa Borghese, one of Rome's most beautiful parks. It's all free, so take your time and savor every moment.

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  • 14

    Piazza di Spagna

    112 reviews

    People watch on the iconic stone steps or stroll through the piazza and splash your face with water from the fountain, or both. Piazza di Spagna is one of Rome's main sights, but it's perfect for budget travelers as a place that can entertain you for an hour, for free. Catch the infiorata in spring, when the steps are covered ...

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    Arch of Constantine

    84 reviews

    Precioso y en muy buen estado. La pena es que al estar vallado y al haber mucha gente en ese punto, suele costar lograr una buena instantánea del monumento a menos que se vaya muy pronto.

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    Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore

    58 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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  • 17

    Castel Sant'Angelo

    86 reviews

    A serious Roman landmark, the Castel Sant'Angelo is also fun to visit. Peep inside at historical artifacts or see if you can get an invite to one of the events and performances held on the roof.

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    Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II

    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.

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  • 19

    Campo de' Fiori

    63 reviews

    Campo de' Fiori is overrun with young expats at night, but come early in the morning for the market, and be sure to grab a slice of pizza bianca at Forno al Campo de' Fiori, at the top corner of the piazza.

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  • 20

    Piazza del Popolo

    86 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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