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You could easily spend a whole day exploring the area around the Vatican, starting to Piazza di San Pietro and St. Peter’s Basilica. Besides The Basilica the absolute must-see is the Vatican Museums, which contain Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel.
St. Peter’s Basilica may be a pilgrimage site for Catholics, but even non-believers can appreciate the church’s architectural majesty. Inside you’ll find Bernini’s masterful altarpiece—the great bronze baldacchino—and Michelangelo’s Pietà.
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Peterskyrkan
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St. Peter’s Basilica may be a pilgrimage site for Catholics, but even non-believers can appreciate the church’s architectural majesty. Inside you’ll find Bernini’s masterful altarpiece—the great bronze baldacchino—and Michelangelo’s Pietà.
Just south of Vatican City stands Castel Sant’Angelo, where popes sought solace during sieges. Climb to the top for splendid views of Vatican City and the Tiber. At its base you can see the Ponte Sant’Angelo with Bernini’s exquisitely carved marble angels.
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Castel Sant'Angelo
50 Lungotevere Castello
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Just south of Vatican City stands Castel Sant’Angelo, where popes sought solace during sieges. Climb to the top for splendid views of Vatican City and the Tiber. At its base you can see the Ponte Sant’Angelo with Bernini’s exquisitely carved marble angels.
One of the most popular public spaces in Rome, the magnificent Piazza Navona is lined with restaurants, gelaterias, souvenir shops, and the Museo di Roma inside the Renaissance Palazzo Braschi. The city’s Baroque art is on full display here. Bernini’s Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi features carved figures representing the world’s four great rivers. Wander down the small street next to the church and make your way toward Via della Pace, one of the city’s most picturesque streets. At the end stands the church of Santa Maria della Pace. Make time to stop for lunch or dinner at Ristorante Santa Lucia, where you can enjoy fresh salads, pasta, and other Roman specialties on the charming terrace surrounded by greenery.
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Piazza Navona
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One of the most popular public spaces in Rome, the magnificent Piazza Navona is lined with restaurants, gelaterias, souvenir shops, and the Museo di Roma inside the Renaissance Palazzo Braschi. The city’s Baroque art is on full display here. Bernini’s Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi features carved figures representing the world’s four great rivers. Wander down the small street next to the church and make your way toward Via della Pace, one of the city’s most picturesque streets. At the end stands the church of Santa Maria della Pace. Make time to stop for lunch or dinner at Ristorante Santa Lucia, where you can enjoy fresh salads, pasta, and other Roman specialties on the charming terrace surrounded by greenery.
Trastevere means “across the Tiber,” and once you cross the river, you’ll notice the difference. The vibe is hip and bohemian, and you’ll find plenty of boutiques selling jewelry, perfumes, and handicrafts .At night, Trastevere buzzes with people hanging out and drinking at the bars that line the streets. It’s easy to wander around and find one that appeals to you, but a good place to start is Freni e Frizioni, which serves a great aperitivo and cocktails with fresh fruit.
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Trastevere
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Trastevere means “across the Tiber,” and once you cross the river, you’ll notice the difference. The vibe is hip and bohemian, and you’ll find plenty of boutiques selling jewelry, perfumes, and handicrafts .At night, Trastevere buzzes with people hanging out and drinking at the bars that line the streets. It’s easy to wander around and find one that appeals to you, but a good place to start is Freni e Frizioni, which serves a great aperitivo and cocktails with fresh fruit.
Nowhere in Rome will you find such a magnificent collection of Baroque art. After perusing the villa’s galleries, take a leisurely stroll through Villa Borghese park. Meander south toward Piazza del Popolo. You can also stop by two museums on the park’s edge: the Etruscan Museum in Villa Giulia and the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna.
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Villa Borghese
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Nowhere in Rome will you find such a magnificent collection of Baroque art. After perusing the villa’s galleries, take a leisurely stroll through Villa Borghese park. Meander south toward Piazza del Popolo. You can also stop by two museums on the park’s edge: the Etruscan Museum in Villa Giulia and the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna.
The Piazza di Spagna is home to the city’s fanciest boutiques on Via dei Condotti, Rome’s legendary shopping street. Climb the famous steps leading to the Trinità dei Monti church to admire the piazza and Bernini’s ship-shaped fountain from above.
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Piazza di Spagna
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The Piazza di Spagna is home to the city’s fanciest boutiques on Via dei Condotti, Rome’s legendary shopping street. Climb the famous steps leading to the Trinità dei Monti church to admire the piazza and Bernini’s ship-shaped fountain from above.
The most internationally recognized symbol of Rome, the Colosseum was inaugurated in 80 A.D. with 100 days of games, including gladiatorial combats and animal fights. It was the largest amphitheater in the Roman Empire and is believed to have packed up to 50,000 people inside. Today nearly 4 million people visit annually. A combined ticket for the Roman Forum, Colosseum,and Palatine Hill grants access to all three sites and lets you skip the line at the Colosseum.
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Colosseo
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The most internationally recognized symbol of Rome, the Colosseum was inaugurated in 80 A.D. with 100 days of games, including gladiatorial combats and animal fights. It was the largest amphitheater in the Roman Empire and is believed to have packed up to 50,000 people inside. Today nearly 4 million people visit annually. A combined ticket for the Roman Forum, Colosseum,and Palatine Hill grants access to all three sites and lets you skip the line at the Colosseum.
Though the name refers to a temple for all the gods, the Pantheon is actually the burial place of Rome’s kings. The temple was the world’s largest dome until the modern era and it has been called the world’s only architecturally perfect building.It's the best-preserved monument of Imperial Rome.
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Pantheon
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Though the name refers to a temple for all the gods, the Pantheon is actually the burial place of Rome’s kings. The temple was the world’s largest dome until the modern era and it has been called the world’s only architecturally perfect building.It's the best-preserved monument of Imperial Rome.
One of Rome’s great joys is losing yourself in the narrow cobblestone streets that make up Centro Storico. Starting at Piazza del Popolo, three main roads , Via del Corso, Via di Ripetta and Via del Babuino form a trident leading toward Piazza Venezia and the Colosseum.
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Piazza del Popolo
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One of Rome’s great joys is losing yourself in the narrow cobblestone streets that make up Centro Storico. Starting at Piazza del Popolo, three main roads , Via del Corso, Via di Ripetta and Via del Babuino form a trident leading toward Piazza Venezia and the Colosseum.
Any trip to Rome would be incomplete without a visit to the Trevi Fountain. Legend has it that anyone who throws a coin in the fountain will return to Rome.
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Trevi Fountain
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Any trip to Rome would be incomplete without a visit to the Trevi Fountain. Legend has it that anyone who throws a coin in the fountain will return to Rome.
Want to bring home the latest Italian styles? Head to Via del Corso, one of Rome’s main shopping streets, where you’ll find stores like Zara, United Colors of Benetton, and Intimissimi, which sells Italian lingerie. The Galleria Alberto Sordi, which dates to 1922, is one of Europe’s most gorgeous places to shop. La Rinascente (Italy’s main department store) is nearby on Via del Tritone.
Via del Tritone
Want to bring home the latest Italian styles? Head to Via del Corso, one of Rome’s main shopping streets, where you’ll find stores like Zara, United Colors of Benetton, and Intimissimi, which sells Italian lingerie. The Galleria Alberto Sordi, which dates to 1922, is one of Europe’s most gorgeous places to shop. La Rinascente (Italy’s main department store) is nearby on Via del Tritone.
Entering the huge archeological site of the Roman Forum and strolling through the ruins, you can almost imagine the citizens of Ancient Rome. Of course, it helps to have a guide who can bring the stories to life. The site dates back to around 500 B.C. but was later enlarged. In fact, you’ll see remnants of Imperial Rome extending beyond the limits of the Forum to include Trajan’s Column, the Arch of Titus, and the Circus Maximus, just to name a few. After visiting the Forum, try your luck with the Bocca della Verità, an ancient stone carving of a bearded man’s face. According to myth, it will bite off the hand of anyone not telling the truth
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Forum Romanum
5/6 Via della Salara Vecchia
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Entering the huge archeological site of the Roman Forum and strolling through the ruins, you can almost imagine the citizens of Ancient Rome. Of course, it helps to have a guide who can bring the stories to life. The site dates back to around 500 B.C. but was later enlarged. In fact, you’ll see remnants of Imperial Rome extending beyond the limits of the Forum to include Trajan’s Column, the Arch of Titus, and the Circus Maximus, just to name a few. After visiting the Forum, try your luck with the Bocca della Verità, an ancient stone carving of a bearded man’s face. According to myth, it will bite off the hand of anyone not telling the truth
Rome was built on seven hills, and while Gianicolo isn’t technically one of them, it is the highest vantage point from which to see the city. From up here, you can see all the most important monuments: the Spanish Steps, Palazzo Venezia, and beyond.
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Janiculum Terrace
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Rome was built on seven hills, and while Gianicolo isn’t technically one of them, it is the highest vantage point from which to see the city. From up here, you can see all the most important monuments: the Spanish Steps, Palazzo Venezia, and beyond.
Ponte della Musica is a very shallow arch bridge for pedestrians and cyclists crossing the river Tiber. It is the result of close collaboration between engineer and architect which produced an elegant structure using the highest quality materials, all of which are typical of Rome and have been sourced locally. It’s innovative design uses the springing points of the arch to provide stairs for public access from below the bridge
Music Bridge
Ponte della Musica is a very shallow arch bridge for pedestrians and cyclists crossing the river Tiber. It is the result of close collaboration between engineer and architect which produced an elegant structure using the highest quality materials, all of which are typical of Rome and have been sourced locally. It’s innovative design uses the springing points of the arch to provide stairs for public access from below the bridge
With so much amazing ancient and Baroque art, it’s easy to forget that Rome has some wonderful modern art museums too. MACRO is great, but MAXXI (Museum of 21st Century Art) is arguably the best place to see modern and contemporary art.
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MAXXI
4A Via Guido Reni
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With so much amazing ancient and Baroque art, it’s easy to forget that Rome has some wonderful modern art museums too. MACRO is great, but MAXXI (Museum of 21st Century Art) is arguably the best place to see modern and contemporary art.