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Attractions in Rome

There are plenty of sites to see and places to visit on your vacation in Rome. Below you’ll find information on the most interesting tourist attractions and must-see destinations in Rome and the surrounding area.

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Piazza di Porta S. - Giovanni MAP
The Basilica of St. John Lateran is the official ecclesiastical seat of the Pope and the cathedral of the Church of Rome. It is the oldest church in the group of four major basilicas in Rome and is located on the remains of the Castra Nova. This mother...MORE INFO
Piazzale Scipione Borghese, 5 MAP
Piazza S. - Pietro MAP
St. Peter’s Basilica, located in Vatican City, has a dramatic and beautiful interior that is widely celebrated and visited by religious pilgrims from around the world. St. Peter’s is known as the most holy Catholic site, even though it’s not the official...MORE INFO
P.za del Grillo 1 MAP
As a part of the Imperial Forums in Rome, the Forum of Augustus was built to honor the god Mars after Octavian killed Julius Caesar and gained power in Rome. The space also served as a place for legal issues when the Roman Forum was overcrowded. Remains...MORE INFO
V. del Tulliano MAP
Built in 46 BC by Julius Caesar, the Forum of Caesar is located within the Roman Forum in the northeast quadrant. The Forum of Caesar was a place for public business and a shrine for Caesar himself. After Caesar’s assassination, a statue of the leader...MORE INFO
V. delle Terme di Caracalla 52 MAP
Once the largest thermal baths in the world, the Baths of Caracella were constructed in 217 AD on a 27-acre complex with room for more than 1,500 people. In ancient Rome, the public baths were a staple of life as housing units had little to no plumbing...MORE INFO
Via Barberini, 18 MAP
The site of the current Piazza Barberini and Palazzo Barberini were bought by Maffeo Barberini after Cardinal Sforza was forced to sell the property. Three architects worked on the palace and brought their own styles and talents to the project. The beautiful...MORE INFO
Piazza di S. - Maria Maggiore MAP
The largest Roman Catholic Marian church in Italy, the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, is owned by the Holy See and policed by Vatican City State agents instead of Italian police. This church is only one of four churches that hold the title of a major...MORE INFO
Piazza del Collegio Romano, 2 MAP

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