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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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Piazza del Gesù MAP
The Church of the Gesu, or Church of the Jesuits, is the mother church of this denomination in Rome. The façade is known as the first Baroque style façade, created in 1568. Michelangelo offered to design the church for free, but Cardinal Farnese insisted...MORE INFO
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
Piazza Navona MAP
On the Piazza Navona, the Church of Sant’Agnese in Agone was built by two of the most respected Baroque architects of the time, Borromini and Bernini, along with the help of the father and son Rainaldi team. The name of the church comes from the ancient...MORE INFO
P.za S. Luigi de' Francesi 5 MAP
The Church of San Luigi dei Francesi is the official Roman seat of the Cardinal of Paris. The interior of the church is heavily decorated in the Baroque fashion with opulent golden detailing and dramatic frescoes by Caravaggio. French painter Natoire...MORE INFO
V. del Quirinale 23 MAP
Built by Baroque architect Borromini, the small Church of Saint Charles at the Four Fountains features a beautifully artistic dome with bas-relief shapes and crosses. Outside the church at the intersection, visitors can view the three famous obelisks...MORE INFO
P.za Pietro D'Illiria 1 MAP
The 5th century Church of Santa Sabina all’Aventino is a peaceful and pleasant church located on Aventine Hill. Built in the 5th century, this church is much more simple than other churches in Rome with large selenite windows, an original wooden door...MORE INFO
P.za della Minerva 42 MAP
The Church of Santa Maria sopra Minerva is the only Gothic Church in the city. Constructed in 1280 on the foundations of the ancient temple of Minerva, the church has a plain façade that faces the Piazza della Minerva. Inside, a much more opulent display...MORE INFO
Scala dell'Arce Capitolina 12 MAP
Located at the highest point of the Campidoglio, the Santa Maria in Aracoeli basilica (Basilica of St. Mary of the Altar of Heaven) is the church of the city council of Rome. The beautiful interior of the church features frescoes by Pinturicchio and...MORE INFO
Piazza S. Ignazio MAP
The Church of Sant’Ignazio is the largest Jesuit church in Rome and was once the home of the Collegio Romano. Built in the 17th century, the church is famous for its Baroque-style illusionistic ceiling displaying a beautiful painting by Andrea Pozzo....MORE INFO

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