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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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V. delle Quattro Fontane 13 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
V. Ostiense 106 MAP
The former power station of Acea sits on the banks of the Tiber River across from the former General Markets. The Montemartini Power Station is an unlikely place to find great art, but nevertheless the location is home to over 400 ancient statues that...MORE INFO
Piazza Giuseppe Verdi MAP
P.le Scipione-Borghese 5 MAP
Located in the former Villa Borghese, the Galleria Borghese houses artistic masterpieces by artists like Bernini and Caravaggio. The gallery has many works of art privately collected by Scipione Borghese, who once used the villa as a place for social...MORE INFO
Via Pietro De Coubertin 30 MAP
Ponte Sant'Angelo MAP
The Ponte Sant'Angelo bridge in Roman spans the Tiber River and is now the popular route to walk from the city to Tiber Island. The bridge provides an amazing view of the Castel Sant’Angelo and contains beautiful travertine marble decorations. The bridge...MORE INFO
Piazza di S. - Giovanni in Laterano MAP
Vatican City is home to the famous St. Peters Basilica and the Vatican Museums that showcase the sculptures and art that have been collected through the Vatican’s history. Started in the 18th century by Pope Julius II, the museums feature work by Raphael,...MORE INFO

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