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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 Nostra Signora di Guadalupe MAP
Piazza di San Bartolomeo all'Isola MAP
Built in 62 BC, Fabricius' Bridge is the oldest in Rome and holds a very important position in Roman history. The bridge spans half of the Tiber River from the Campus Martius to Tiber Island. The bridge originally replaced a wooden footbridge to the...MORE INFO
V. Giuseppe-Romita 8I MAP
Once most likely used as a cold-water room in an ancient Roman thermal bath complex, the Octagonal Hall in Rome is a beautiful landmark. The octagonal room now features the in tact bronze statues Resting Pugilist and Hellenistic Prince that have been...MORE INFO
Piazza Monteleone di Spoleto MAP
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Located in the Imperial Forums in Rome, the Tower of the Militia stands next to Trajan’s Market and remains one of the greatest medieval monuments in the city. The tower has the nickname of “Nero’s Tower” among Romans, who believed that Nero watched...MORE INFO
Palatino MAP
The House of Livia on Palatine Hill is believed to be the home of Augustus’ wife, Livia. The beautifully frescoed home is constantly undergoing renovations and rarely opened to the public, but if visitors get a chance to look inside the 2,000 year old...MORE INFO
Piazza Mattei MAP
In the Piazza Mattei, the Turtle Fountain was once an important source of drinking water for Romans with water from the Acqua Virgo flowing to the fountain. In 1580, Muzio Mattei agreed to pay for the fountain when it was no longer in use for the public...MORE INFO
Piazza Campidoglio 55 MAP
Built with an identical façade to the Palazzo dei Conservatori across the street, the Palazzo Nuovo is part of the Capitoline Museums. The two floors of the palazzo house statues, mosaics, busts and sarcophagi from ancient Rome. The buildings of the...MORE INFO
Piazza Barberini MAP
Bernini’s Triton Fountain was commissioned by Pope Urban VIII in 1642. The fountain sits in the popular Piazza Barberini in front of the Palazzo Barberini that Bernini also designed and constructed. The enormous Triton sculpture in the center of the...MORE INFO

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