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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. 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
Piazza Colonna MAP
The Piazza Colonna is located in the heart of Rome, where throughout history important buildings and political figures graced the very spot that tourists and locals walk by daily. The rectangular piazza features a statue of Saint Paul, the Column of...MORE INFO
Fontana di Trevi MAP
The largest Baroque fountain in Rome, the Trevi Fountain, remains one of the most famous fountains in the world. The fountain marks the end point of the famous Acqua Virgo aqueduct, which provided water to Rome for more than 400 years. Visitors throwing...MORE INFO
Piazza Bocca della Verità MAP
The Piazza della Bocca della Verità has an important place in Roman history because it was once the site of a market where Romans could trade with foreign visitors to the city. The piazza was the first forum in Rome for merchants. Today, remnants of...MORE INFO
Piazza Navona MAP
The grand Fountain of the Four Rivers is a Renaissance fountain that depicts gods in the four great rivers of the world known at the time the fountain was constructed in 1651. Located in the Piazza Navona, the fountain was designed by Bernini for Pope...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 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
The largest of the Roman temples, the Temple of Venus and of Rome is located on the eastern side of the Roman Forum. This great temple had grand columns across the façade and was constructed where the Domus Aura once stood. Built in 141, the temple is...MORE INFO
Via Cesare Castiglione, Stazione Monte Mario MAP

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