Rome the Eternal City and the Roman Empire. Discover the 10 must-see places in Rome to visit on your trip to the city. Free Free Tour!
Rome is known as the Eternal City because it is a city 3 centuries old. The city itself is an open-air museum thanks to the remains of the Roman Empire such as the Colosseum or the Forum. It is also home to the Vatican City and one of the best gastronomies in the world. We discover the 10 must-see places in Rome that you can not miss. We recommend spending 3 to 4 days in this city to enjoy its beauty.
It is the maximum exponent of the power of the Roman Empire, currently the most visited tourist attraction in Italy. It is one of the 7 wonders of the world and will take you back in time when you enter inside. We recommend you to buy your ticket in advance and avoid the long queues to enter.
It is the best preserved building of the Roman Empire, its construction was completed in 125 AD. Inside include its impressive dome and a small oculus that illuminates the entire interior.
It is the largest space of archaeological remains of the city, it will take you back to ancient Rome.
Built in 1752, considered the most beautiful fountain in the world. It is located where the Roman aqueduct that transported water to the city ended.
The Vatican is the Holy See, the capital of Catholicism, without leaving Rome you will change state. Entering through St. Peter's Square will impress you surrounded by columns, as well as the entrance to St. Peter's Basilica or the Dome.
Its construction was completed in 110 A.D. It was the first covered shopping center in history, is very well preserved and is now the Museum of the Imperial Forums. 7
On the banks of the Tibet River we find the Castle of Sant'Angelo near the Vatican, its construction was completed in 139 AD and was inspired by the mausoleum of Augustus.
This square hides many treasures, among them the Stadium of Domitian which is hidden underneath this square and is a World Heritage Site. In Navona, you can also see the Fountain of the Four Rivers, a fountain surrounded by four giant marble statues. It is an ideal place to have an aperitif or a coffee, as it is surrounded by bars and restaurants.
Trastevere is the most bohemian neighborhood in Rome, where you can enjoy the best Italian food. This neighborhood is full of charming corners and all its streets are paved with cobblestones.
Surrounded by the most luxurious streets of Rome, one of the most important parades in the world takes place on its steps. It is also perfect for watching the sunset and enjoying its views.