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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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C.so del Rinascimento 40 MAP
Italian architect Francesco Borromini designed the beautiful Church of Sant’Ivo alla Sapienza in 1642. The church, originally the palace of the University of Rome, is dedicated to Saint Yves. The interior of the church is in typical Baroque fashion with...MORE INFO
P.za della Pace 5 MAP
Dedicated to the Virgin Mary, the tiny Santa Maria della Pace church is almost hidden among the ancient Roman streets near the Piazza Navona. Pope Sixtus IV built the church after a peace agreement was made between the Papal States. The church was a...MORE INFO
P.za Trinità dei Monti 3 MAP
Sitting proudly at the top of the Spanish Steps leading up from the Piazza di Spagna, the Church of Trinita dei Monti was built in 1502 under the direction of Louis XII of France. The church remains property of the French State and features artwork by...MORE INFO
P.za S. Cecilia 22 MAP
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V. XXSettembre 17 MAP
The Church of Santa Maria Vittoria sits across the piazza from the Church of Santa Susanna on Quirinal Hill. Designed by Carlo Maderno, the church features breathtaking Baroque interior decorations from the Italian master Bernini. The vaulted nave ceiling...MORE INFO
V. XX Settembre MAP
The Church of Santa Susanna is the official national church in Rome of the United States and sits on Quirinal Hill. The earliest architecture on this church was completed in 280, with renovations continuing until 1585. Inside the church, beautiful ceilings...MORE INFO
V. S. - Giovanni in Laterano 108 MAP
The Basilica di San Clemente was built in stages, with three sections coming together over time in beautiful harmony. The original 3rd century Mithraic Temple was joined with a 4th century church and later a 12th century basilica. The upper church features...MORE INFO
V. Ostiense 184 MAP
One of the four major basilicas in Rome, the Church of Saint Paul Outside the Walls was founded by Emperor Constantine I in the 3rd century. The church was built on the burial site of St. Paul, with his tomb placed under the main altar of the church....MORE INFO
P.za del Popolo 12 MAP
Standing on the Piazza del Popolo in Rome, the Church of Santa Maria del Popolo in an Augustinian Church built in the 13th century. The Baroque façade gives way to a gorgeous interior with the oldest stain glass window in Rome. Italian master Pinturicchio...MORE INFO
Piazza S. - Giovanni in Laterano MAP
The Christian Baptistry of San Giovanni in Laterano was built by Constantine the Great in 315, but parts of the baptistery date back to the 12st century. The Baptistry stands as one of the oldest Christian buildings in all of Christiandom, and certainly...MORE INFO

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