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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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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
Piazza Sempione, Monte Sacro MAP
Piazza S. - Giovanni in Laterano MAP
The Christian Baptistry of San Giovanni in Laterano was built by Constantine the Great in 315, but parts of the baptistery date back to the 12st century. The Baptistry stands as one of the oldest Christian buildings in all of Christiandom, and certainly...MORE INFO
Piazza Venezia MAP
With its rows of imposing white stone columns, the central Piazza Venezia is one of Rome’s most impressive squares. The grand complex, which is oft-compared to a wedding cake, features a 12-meter-high bronze statue of King Victor Emmanuel II – the first...MORE INFO
Piazza della Rotondal MAP
The famed Pantheon in Rome is home to the tombs of artist Raphael and many Italian Kings. Formerly a temple for pagan gods and later converted into a church, the Pantheon is an iconic symbol of the great Roman Empire. The great marble floor and impressive...MORE INFO
V. Sacra - Foro Romano MAP
Located in the Roman Forum, the great Column of Phocas was built in honor the Byzantine emperor Phocas, though the reason why remains unknown. Phocas was a usurper without much power who was assassinated and dismembered. The column was the last thing...MORE INFO
P.za Trinità dei Monti 3 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
V. Sacra - Foro Romano MAP
One of two arches still standing in the Roman Forum, the Arch of Titus was constructed in order to commemorate the capture of Jerusalem. Emperor Titus died after two years of ruling the Roman Empire and had the arch dedicated to him by his brother, Domitian....MORE INFO
V. della Domus Aurea 1 MAP
The Domus Aurea villa was built by Nero in between the Esquilline Hill and Palatine Hill in 64 AD after a fire cleared the area of other homes and buildings. Nero’s supposed arrogance is seen in the decoration and architecture of the villa. Mosaics,...MORE INFO

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