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Porta Pinciana

Discover the ancient gate built as a part of Aurelian Walls which survived on the site from the 5th century to the present day.

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Attractions near to Porta Pinciana

  • Trevi Fountain

    A stunning, elaborate Baroque gem of a fountain. This famous sight is a must while in the city. Beautiful even at night.

  • Pantheon

    Witness the beauty of one of the best preserved Roman buildings. The structure was rebuilt in the 2nd century by the emperor Hadrian.

  • Colosseum

    An awe-inspiring sight and a gem. See the largest amphitheater used for gladiatorial contests with your own eyes – it’s a must when in Rome.

  • St. Peter's Square

    After visiting the Basilica di San Pietro in the Vatican City, also pay attention to this square with an Egyptian obelisk in its center.

  • Navona Square

    Take a walk around and see the large square crowned by the Fountain of the Four Rivers, as well as an Egyptian obelisk and other monuments.

  • St Peter’s Basilica

    Visit one of Rome's Renaissance masterpieces. This magnificent basilica is decorated by masters such as Michelangelo and Carlo Maderno.

  • Roman Forum

    From triumphal arches to the houses of Emperors, the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill contain the remains of the heart of the Roman world.

  • Castle of the Holy Angel

    An edifice built by the emperor Hadrian in the 2nd century served in the past as a castle and a prison. Nowadays it serves as a museum.

  • Palatine Hill

    Explore one of the Seven Hills of Rome. Being a mythological place, quite a many archaeological finds were uncovered here.

  • People's Square

    A Neoclassical square with very rich history, lined by Baroque churches. Notice the Egyptian obelisk right in the middle.

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