Rome Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Rome - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Ancient Rome 43

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Campidoglio 6

Colosseum and Environs 4

Imperial Forums 6

Palatine Hill 9

Roman Forum 18

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

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Campo 7

Jewish Ghetto 8

Navona 15

Monti, Esquilino, Celio, and the Via Appia Antica 21

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Celio 6

Esquilino 1

Monti 4

San Giovanni 2

Via Appia Antica 8

Piazza Di Spagna 19

Repubblica and Quirinale 17

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Quirinale 9

Repubblica 8

Villa Borghese, Piazza del Popolo, and Flaminio 15

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Flaminio 1

Piazza del Popolo 5

Villa Borghese 9

Aventino and Testaccio 12

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Aventino 9

Testaccio 3

Trastevere 11

The Vatican 7

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Borgo 2

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Arco di Settimio Severo

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One of the grandest triumphal arches erected by a Roman emperor, this richly decorated monument was built in AD 203 to celebrate Severus's...

Arco di Tito

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Standing at the northern approach to the Palatine Hill on the Via Sacra, this triumphal arch was erected in AD 81 to celebrate the sack...

Basilica Emilia

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Once a great colonnaded hall, this served as a meeting place for merchants and a kind of community center of the 2nd century BC; Augustus...

Basilica Giulia

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

The Basilica Giulia owes its name to Julius Caesar, who ordered its construction; it was later completed by his adopted heir Augustus.

Basilica di Massenzio

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Only about one-third of the original of this gigantic basilica (or meeting hall) remains, so you can imagine what a wonder this building...

Colonna di Foca

  • Memorial/Monument/Tomb

The last monument to be added to the Forum was erected in AD 608 in honor of a Byzantine emperor who had donated the Pantheon to Pope...

Comitium

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

The open space in front of the Curia was the political hub of ancient Rome. Julius Caesar had rearranged the Comitium, moving the Curia...

Curia

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

This large brick structure next to the Arch of Septimius Severus, built during Diocletian's reign in the late 3rd century AD, is the...

Santa Francesca Romana

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This church, a 10th-century edifice with a Renaissance facade, is dedicated to the patron saint of motorists; on her feast day, March...

Santa Maria Antiqua

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The earliest Christian site in the Forum was originally part of an imperial temple, before it was converted into a church some time in...

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