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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 Sette Chiese 283 MAP
The expansive Catacombs of Domitilla of underground Rome are the oldest catacombs in the city and the only underground burial site to still contain bones. The Catacombs of Domitilla are also the most well preserved catacombs, with valuable artifacts...MORE INFO
In honor of the Virgin Mary’s appearance on Esquiline Hill and subsequent building of a church on that spot, the local clergy organize a re-enactment and let white petals drop from the ceiling. ...MORE INFO
P.za di Spagna 31 MAP
Artist Giorgio de Chirico’s work is intimately displayed in his home in the Piazza di Spagna. The artist occupied a two-story apartment where he lived until his death in 1978. Being inside the apartment gives visitors a look at not only the artist’s...MORE INFO
V. Quattro Novembre MAP
Emperor Trajan ordered the construction of the Forum of Trajan in 112. Buildings such as the Basilica Ulpia, temples and libraries once graced the landscape of the Forum, but today mostly ruins remain. The magnificent Trajan’s Column still stands proud,...MORE INFO
Via Ostiense, 106 MAP
P.za Marconi 8 MAP
The Museum of Folk Art and Traditions is located in the Italian EUR suburb. The building houses exhibits dedicated to showcasing how the common Roman peasants and civilians lived during the times of the great Roman Empire. Displays include farming tools,...MORE INFO
Piazza Sant’Ignazio MAP
The beautiful Piazza Sant’Ignazio in the historic heart of Rome is named for the Church of St. Ignatius that sits prominently on the square. Architect Phillip Raguzzini built the triangular square in 1727 keeping in mind a sense of unity and balance....MORE INFO
V. del Plebiscito 118 MAP
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palazzo_Venezia...MORE INFO
P.za di S.- Pantaleo 10 MAP
The Civic Museum of Rome is housed in the Palazzo Braschi, the former palace of Duke Luigi Braschi Onesti. The palace was sold to the Italian State in 1871 and used as the Roman headquarters for Benito Mussolini before being used to house refugees and...MORE INFO
V. dei Fori Imperiali MAP
Situated in the valley between the Capitoline Hill and the Palatine Hill, the famed Roman Forum is a popular spot for visitors wanting to experience the ancient government buildings that once dominated the city of Rome. During ancient times, the Roman...MORE INFO

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