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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. Salara Vecchia - Foro Romano MAP
The great basilica in the Roman Forum was built in 308 under the rule of Maxentius. The basilica was the last building completed before the fall of the Roman Empire. As the largest building in the Forum, architects of the basilica employed advanced engineering...MORE INFO
V. Sacra - Foro Romano MAP
The Basilica Guilia was constructed in 54 BC by Julius Caesar in his section of the Roman Forum. The church was completed by Julius’ adopted son Augustus, who was also coincidentally responsible for Caesar’s death. The basilica was a central part of...MORE INFO
Via 4 Novembre MAP
The ruins of Trajan’s Market are popular among tourists visiting the Colosseum and the surrounding ruins. Marble floors and what’s left of a library make up the most noteworthy spots in Trajan’s Market, which was once a hub of activity in the 1st century....MORE INFO
Via Pinciana MAP
The large, heart-shaped Borghese gardens were named after the Villa Borghese, a private estate that now houses the Borghese Gallery. The gardens provide a lush refuge from busy city life with expansive grounds that include a full sized replication of...MORE INFO
Piazza di Spagna MAP
Sitting proudly at the top of the Spanish Steps leading up from the Piazza di Spagna, the Church of Trinita dei Monti was built in 1502 under the direction of Louis XII of France. The church remains property of the French State and features artwork by...MORE INFO
Piazza del Campidoglio MAP
The Palazzo Senatorio was the town hall in ancient Rome and a meeting place for important political figures. The building was reconstructed in the 16th century by Michelangelo and decorated with extravagant statues. While the actual building is not open...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
Piazza del Colosseo MAP
The Colosseum amphitheater is one of the most-visited sites in Rome and is considered one of the most impressive works of Roman architecture. Formerly the Flavian Amphitheater, the Colosseum was built in 72 AD and remained the largest amphitheater ever...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. di S. - Nicola de Cesarini MAP
When excavators where digging around in Rome, they accidently stumbled upon one of the greatest sites of Roman architecture that now make up the Area Sacra of Largo Argentina. Four temples and a public square were found and are now open to the public....MORE INFO

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