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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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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
Via del Plebiscito, 118 MAP
Via Monte Testaccio 66 MAP
P.za Farnese 67 MAP
Built for the famed Farnese family in Rome, the Palazzo Farnese is a shining example of High Renaissance architecture. Inside, impressive frescoes by Carracci and the Farnese sculpture collection decorated the palace. Today, the palace is the home of...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
P.za della Bocca della Verità 18 MAP
The Church of Santa Maria in Cosmedin was built on the site of the temple dedicated to Hercules Invictus in the 2nd century BC. The façade of the church features a bell tower and a great porch with the famous “Mouth of Truth” marble mask. The interior...MORE INFO
P.za Vidoni 6 MAP
The main church of the Theatines order, Church of Sant’Andrea della Valle, has a textured façade with beautiful columns and window. The Duchess of Amalfi financed the church after leaving Rome to live in a convent in Naples. The richly lavish interior...MORE INFO
Piazza del Quirinale MAP
Once the home for Italian popes and kings, the Quirinal Palace is now the private residence of the President of the Italian Republic. A great Palace has been located on Quirinal Hill since ancient Roman times when Roman patricians took up residency on...MORE INFO

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