Rome Sights

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Ancient Rome 42


Campidoglio 5

Colosseum and Environs 4

Imperial Forums 6

Palatine Hill 9

Roman Forum 18

Piazza Navona, Campo de' Fiori, and the Jewish Ghetto 30


Campo de' Fiori 7

Jewish Ghetto 7

Piazza Navona 15

Monti, Esquilino, Celio, and the Via Appia Antica 22


Celio 6

Esquilino 1

Monti 4

San Giovanni 2

Via Appia Antica 8

Piazza di Spagna 21

Repubblica and Quirinale 17


Quirinale 8

Repubblica 9

Villa Borghese, Piazza del Popolo, and Flaminio 16


Flaminio 1

Piazza del Popolo 5

Villa Borghese 10

Aventino and Testaccio 12


Aventino 9

Testaccio 3

Trastevere 12

The Vatican 8


Borgo 2

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Archaeological Site/ Ruins 48

Arts/ Performance Venue 2

Bridge/ Tunnel 1

Building/ Architectural Site 2

Castle/ Palace/ Chateau 13

Cemetery 4

Film Studio 1

Fountain 6

Garden/ Arboretum 5

Government Building 1

Historic District/ Site 2

House/ Mansion/ Villa 7

Library/ Archive 1

Memorial/ Monument/ Tomb 9

Museum/ Gallery 28

Neighborhood/ Street 1

Park (National/ State/ Provincial) 4

Plaza/ Square/ Piazza 16

Religious Building/ Site/ Shrine 59

Restaurant–Sight 6

Viewpoint/ Scenic Overlook 3

Zoo/ Aquarium 1

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Tomba di Cecilia Metella

  • Cemetery

For centuries, sightseers have flocked to this famous landmark, one of the most complete surviving tombs of ancient Rome. One of the...

Trevi Fountain

  • Fountain

Alive with rushing waters commanded by an imperious Oceanus, the Fontana di Trevi earned full-fledged iconic status in 1954 when it starred...

Trinità dei Monti

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Standing high above the Spanish Steps, this 16th-century church has a rare double-tower facade, suggestive of late–French Gothic style;...

Via Giulia

  • Neighborhood/Street

Still a Renaissance-era diorama and one of Rome's most exclusive addresses, Via Giulia was the first street in Rome since ancient times...

Via Sacra

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

The celebrated "Sacred Way," paved with local volcanic rock, runs through the Roman Forum, lined with temples and shrines. It was also...

Villa Borghese

  • Park (National/State/Provincial)

Rome's Central Park, the Villa Borghese was originally laid out as a pleasure garden in the early 17th century by Cardinal Scipione Borghese...

Villa Farnesina

  • Castle/Palace/Chateau

Money was no object to the extravagant Agostino Chigi, a banker from Siena who financed many papal projects. His munificence is evident...

Villa Medici

  • House/Mansion/Villa

Purchased by Napoléon to create an academy where artists could study Italian art and put it toward the (French) national good, the villa...

Villa Torlonia

  • Park (National/State/Provincial)

Built for aristocrats-come-lately, the Torlonia family—the Italian Rockefellers of the 19th century—this villa became Mussolini's...

Villa dei Quintili

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Even in ruins, this once splendid villa gives a real sense of ancient Rome's opulence, and the small on-site museum includes archaeological...


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