The largest amphitheatre of the Roman Empire is a must-see when in Rome.
Probably the most famous fountain in the world, Trevi was constructed in 1762 by Nicola Salvi.
The Pantheon is not only one of the best-preserved pieces of Ancient Roman architecture but it also has the largest unreinforced concrete…
The forum used to be the centre of Ancient Rome, surrounded by the most important government buildings, temples, and arches of which, sadly…
Not only one of the best-known staircases in Europe but also a popular meeting point for the Romans.
Originally built in the second century AD by the Roman emperor Hadrian as his mausoleum, in the 14th century, it was decided that the…
It is the central one of the Seven hills of Rome. According to the legend, it was here where the she-wolf found the abandoned infants –…
A neoclassical square and one of the most visited plazas in Rome. From the northern side, you enter through the Porta del Popolo which was…
One of the three triumphal arches in Rome and the largest surviving one is located near the Colosseum.
Campo de’ Fiori, which translates as the “Field of Flowers Square” is a beautiful square located close to Piazza Navona.
The imposing baroque fountain designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini is located in the middle of Piazza Navona.
The present-day public space, where concerts are organised (e.g. Rolling Stones) and meetings are held, dates back to the 6th century BC.
The column located on Piazza Colonna (named after the column) commemorates the Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius and his victories over the…
The museum is located in a crypt under the church Santa Maria della Concezione dei Cappuccini.
In the ancient Rome era, many rich Roman families had their villas and gardens built on the Pincio Hill.
The oldest of the four basilicas in Rome and the ecclesiastical seat of the pope, this basilica is the Cathedral Church of Rome.
The pedestrian Renaissance bridge was constructed in the second half of the 15th century.
This Augustinian basilica, located at the famous Piazza del Popolo, is a splendid showcase of Italian Renaissance and Baroque architecture.
If you find yourself walking around the Colosseum, take the time to visit these baths as well.
Piazza di Spagna, at the bottom of the Spanish Steps, is one of the most famous squares in Rome.
Initially a chapel, this church began its road in 1605 while being dedicated to Saint Paul.