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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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Viale Palmiro Togliatti and Via Predestina MAP
P.za della Cancelleria 1 MAP
The Renaissance style Palazzo della Cancelleria was once the seat of Parliament in the Roman Republic, and is now the residence of the Papal Chancellery. The palazzo is said to be the oldest Renaissance palace in Rome as it was built in 1489. This palace...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
Via dei Romagnoli 717 MAP
The Museum at Ostia Antica is a veritable sculpture garden with Roman busts, religious statues from foreign lands, cupids and Gods all situated in the courtyard. Some statues in the Museum are recognizably inspired by famous Greek statues, while others...MORE INFO
V. Sacra - Foro Romano MAP
In the Roman Forum, the remains of the Temple of Saturn show where the iconic temple once stood. The temple was once the seat of the treasury, with the building being dedicated to the god Saturn during its construction in 498 BC. In ancient times, the...MORE INFO
P.za Capo di Ferro 13 MAP
Although the Palazzo Spada is sometimes overlooked because of its proximity to bigger and greater palazzos, the Palazzo Spada still has a place in Rome’s history. Famed Baroque architect Francesco Borromini made renovations to the palace, including a...MORE INFO
V. della Civilita' del Lavoro MAP
The impressive Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana showcases the pinnacle of Fascist architecture in Rome. The palazzo is located in the Esposizione Universale Roma district, or the central business district, and was constructed under the hand of Benito Mussolini...MORE INFO

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