The square is located at the intersection of several important Roman boulevards (e.g. Via dei Fori Imperiali).
One of the main streets of Ancient Rome leads from the Capitoline Hill, through Roman Forum and to the Colosseum.
This 5th-century Roman gate is one of the latest additions to the Aurelian Walls, a 19-kilometres-long defensive circle of walls, which was…
The 270 meters long island has been inhabited since the Ancient Rome era and has always been connected to the rest of the city by two…
This street is a must visit for all shopaholics and fashion fans who come to Rome. All the famous luxurious designer brands (e.g.
Janiculum Hill is the second-tallest hill in Rome and arguably the most beautiful one as well.
Piazza della Repubblica is a semi-circular piazza in Rome, at the summit of the Viminal Hill, next to the Termini station.
Originally called "Via Lata", which literally means "The Wide Street", this 10-meter-wide boulevard is one of the main streets in the…
The Papal Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls, commonly known as St.
Ever heard of Pinocchio? This is the shop to visit if you want to see a real-life version of the fairy tale character.
The Aventine Hill is one of the Seven Hills on which ancient Rome was built. It belongs to Ripa, the twelfth rione, or ward, of Rome.
This is the most important and most famous road the ancient Romans have ever built.
The National Roman Museum is a museum, with several branches in separate buildings throughout the city of Rome, Italy.
Named after a famous battle, which the Italians had won during the First World War, this classy street is one of the most exclusive…
A gift to the Roman people by Italians who came to Rome from Argentina, this lighthouse offers one of the best views of the city's panorama…
Also called the Vicus Caprarius, this large archeological site offers a unique opportunity to take a look at the everyday lives of the…
Wish to take your taste buds (or a significant other with a sweet tooth) for a real treat? Head to the San Crispino's gelateria.
Although not as busy or as popular as the Corso, this street is a must-see for any fan of fashion and clothing.
Whether you are looking for a quick snack or a plasant place to sit at and relax, this small café just may be what you need.
This branch of the National Roman Museum is a must-see for every lover of art and history.
As the name may suggest, this lovely small restaurant specializes in making delectable pasta.