A paradise for art and culture lovers - with architectural wonders and treasures scattered throughout the streets of this enchanting city - and known as the Eternal City, Rome is an open-air museum with impressive monuments more than 2000 years old, baroque fountains of incredible beauty, ancient churches and charming neighbourhoods.
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Rome's most beautiful baroque square
A fascinating place full of magic: this spectacular square is one of the most famous in the world, thanks to the impressive number of works of art by different authors that we find inside it. Surrounded by imposing sculptures, fountains, beautiful buildings and with the Church of Sant’ Agnese in Agony as a backdrop, it has a very special atmosphere both by day and by night.
A castle full of legends and history
Almost 2,000 years old, the Castle Sant Angelo has served throughout its history as everything from a prison to a mausoleum. It is linked to Vatican City by a fortified passageway known as the Passetto. The most beautiful view is from the other side of the Sant'Angelo Bridge: get your camera ready, you won't want to miss your souvenir.
Pantheon of Rome
A pearl in the heart of the Eternal City
This building is the best preserved of Ancient Rome and is a sight to behold, both inside and out. Its design is characterised by its harmony and balance: it is a perfect example of Roman architecture. Don't miss its impressive dome, which has been enchanting visitors for years.
Fontana di Trevi
The most beautiful fountain in the world
You cannot leave Rome without visiting this spectacular fountain. Monumental and beautiful, it is well worth spending some time contemplating it. Legend has it that you have to stand with your back to the water of the fountain and, with your right hand, throw a coin over your left shoulder. This will ensure that you will return to Rome at some future point in your life.
The largest amphitheatre ever built
The Colosseum in Rome
This amphitheatre is the symbol of the Eternal City, one of the 7 wonders of the world and one of the few places where you can feel like a gladiator before a fight.
The home of the Pope
The Sistine Chapel, St. Peter's Square, St. Peter's Basilica, the Vatican Museums... You will need to set aside at least a whole day to discover all the treasures hidden in Vatican City, a city-state located inside Rome.
The heart of ancient Rome
Welcome to the place where the most important buildings of ancient Rome were erected: temples, basilicas, palaces... Walking around here is like walking in the heart of the Roman Empire.
One of the 7 wonders of the world
Inaugurated in 80 AD, the Roman Colosseum or Flavian Amphitheatre is an archaeological treasure capable of reminding us of the greatness of the Roman Empire: it was the largest of those built at the time and, to this day, remains one of the major tourist attractions of the city of Rome.
Scalinata di Trinità dei Monti
Rome most famous stairs
La Scalinata di Trinità: 135 steps will take you up to the church of La Trinità, from where you can enjoy a magnificent sunset and an excellent view of the Piazza di Spagna.
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