10 Most Popular Tourist Attractions in Rome

A trip to Europe is incomplete without a visit to Rome. It’s a city filled with so much culture and heritage, it’s difficult to decide which place to visit. When you are in Rome, some places like the Colosseum are must-visit whether you are a history buff or not. The dramatic backdrop that Rome offers is just unmatchable.

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To enjoy la dolce vita, visit these 10 places in Rome and make your trip memorable:

1. The Colosseum: What the Eiffel Tower is to Paris, the Colosseum is to Rome. You can’t visit Rome without visiting the largest structure left to the world by the Roman Empire. The Colosseum is the inspiration behind many football stadiums even today. To skip a serpentine queue, you can opt for a group walk that is led by a guide who will tell you tales of gladiator battles.

The Colosseum


2. The Pantheon: The Pantheon is a remarkable building to visit. It is so spectacular that when Michelangelo saw it he said that it looks more like the work of angels, not humans. People across the world come to see the Pantheon for its architectural marvel and opulent work.

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3. Spanish Steps: The spectacular Spanish Steps is one of the places you shouldn’t miss visiting. The 138 steps placed in a mix of curves make a great place for enjoying the atmosphere and savouring the beauty of Rome.

Spanish Steps


4. Piazza Navona: In the heart of Rome is Piazza Navona is a square in the city that was designed as an open stadium. Piazza Navona is one of the liveliest squares where you will find al fresco restaurants, antique shops, portrait painters and musicians. If you looking for a lively evening in Rome, this is the place to be at.

Piazza Navona


5. St Peter’s Basilica: Visiting St Peter’s Basilica, one of the world’s holiest Catholic shrines, can be a surreal experience for you as a tourist. Home to work of world-famous artists, this splendid church is a magnificent must-see.

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6. The Palatine Hill: Overshadowed by its giant neighbour, the Colosseum, the Palatine Hill is often ignored by tourists. However, the Palatine Hill is the best place to come for a picnic or to just learn about Roman history. If you want a panoramic view of the Colosseum there’s no place better than the Palatine.

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7. Ponte Sant’Angelo: If your idea of a holiday is to wander in the sun and enjoy the river, then you must visit — Ponte Sant’Angelo — a famous bridge in Rome. The 20-minute walk by the Tiber River is captivating as you can enjoy watching the statues of angels on the way.

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8. Trevi Fountain: If you want to visit Rome not once but twice then you must the Trevi Fountain. It is believed that if throw a coin into the Trevi Fountain, you are likely to come back to Rome. Immortalised in many films, the Trevi Fountain requires a visit.

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9. Campo de’ Fiori: For a truly authentic Italian experience, you must head to Campo de’ Fiori, one of the most popular markets in Rome. In the daytime, you can grab some fresh produce, flowers and local delicacies. If outdoor pubs and restaurants are something that you dig, then you must visit this place in the night.

Campo de’ Fiori


10. Santa Marinella Beach: If you are in Rome, a dip into the Mediterranean is necessary to cool off. Though it is not in Rome, there are several trains to Santa Marinella that leave from Rome. You can laze around and come back to Rome the same day.

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