Fiumicino AirportFiumicino Airport (FCO) is the largest airport in Rome and Italy.
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Ciampino AirportThe Rome-Ciampino Airport (CIA) is the second most important airport in Rome.
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Termini Railway StationTermini Station is Rome’s main railway station.
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Piazza NavonaWith its three majestic fountains and surrounding mansions, Piazza Navona is one of the most beautiful Baroque squares in Rome.
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Piazza di Spagna & the Spanish StepsAs the site of many events and fashion shows, the Spanish Steps is one of the most renowned places in Rome.
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Campo de' FioriCampo de' Fiori is a bustling market during the mornings and then transforms into a lively square at night full of bars and restaurants.
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Piazza del CampidoglioThe Piazza del Campidoglio is located at the top of Capitoline Hill and is the first modern square to be designed in Rome.
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Piazza BarberiniBuilt in 1625 by Cardinal Francesco Barberini, Piazza Barberini is particularly noteworthy due to its two fountains created by Bernini.
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Piazza della RepubblicaThe Piazza della Repubblica is made up of a large roundabout in which the Fontana delle Naiadi is located.
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Piazza ColonnaPiazza Colonna gets its name from the impressive Column of Marcus Aurelius, a marble column that has been in the square since the year AD 193.
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Piazza del PopoloLocated at the beginning of Via Flaminia, the Piazza del Popolo is where foreigners arrived in the city during the era of the Empire.
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Piazza del QuirinaleThe Piazza del Quirinale provides splendid views of Rome.
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ColosseumThe Colosseum is the largest amphitheatre built during the Roman Empire.
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Roman ForumLocated between Piazza Venezia and the Colosseum, the Roman Forum was the hub of political and social activity of the Roman citizens.
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Trevi FountainTrevi Fountain is the most beautiful and most spectacular fountain in Rome.
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PantheonCompleted by Hadrian in the year 126AD, the Pantheon claims to be the best preserved building from ancient Rome.
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Palatine HillPalatine Hill is the most famous of Rome’s seven hills and where, according to the legend, Romulus founded Rome and where Lupa raised Romulus and Remus.
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TrastevereTrastevere is one of the most charming districts of Rome.
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CatacombsSan Sebastiano, San Callisto, Domitilla, Priscilla, and Sant’Agnese.
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Arch of ConstantineThe Arch of Constantine was erected in the year 315 in commemoration of the victory of Constantine the Great in the Battle of Milvian Bridge.
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Trajan's MarketBuilt between the years 100 and 110 A.
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Baths of CaracallaBuilt between the years 212 and 216, the Baths of Caracalla were one of the greatest and most spectacular thermal springs in antiquity.
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Ara PacisThe Ara Pacis is a commemorative monument created between the years 13 and 9 B.
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Mouth of TruthThe Mouth of Truth is an enormous marble image of a man's face.
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Circus MaximusLocated between the Aventino and Palatine Hill, Circus Maximus was the largest stadium in ancient Rome built for chariot races.
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Castel Sant'AngeloAlso known as the Mausoleum of Hadrian, the Castel Sant'Angelo is a fortress located on the right bank of the river Tiber, not far from the Vatican.
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Altare della PatriaInaugurated in 1911 to pay respect to Victor Emmanuel II, the Monumento Nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele II is an imposing building located in Piazza Venezia.
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Forum BoariumThe Forum Boarium was an area located on the banks of the river Tiber home to the city’s biggest meat and fish market in ancient Rome.
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Area Sacra di Largo ArgentinaArea Sacra di Largo Argentina is a square in Rome that houses four Roman temples and the remains of a Temple, discovered in 1920.
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Galleria BorgheseThe Galleria Borghese is one of the most famous and prestigious museums in the world.
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Capitoline MuseumsThe Capitoline Museums are located in Piazza del Campidoglio.
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Palazzo Massimo alle TermeKnown as Palazzo Massimo alle Terme due to its close proximity to the Baths of Diocletian, this palace has the best preserved Roman frescoes in the world.
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Palazzo AltempsThe Palazzo Altemps hosts an important collection of Greek and Roman sculptures in a fifteenth century palace built by the Riario family.
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Baths of DiocletianThe Baths of Diocletian were the largest bath complex in Ancient Rome.
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Crypta BalbiThe Balbi Crypt (Crypt of Balbus) offers a historical trip through the past of Rome thanks to the excavations carried out on its sites.
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National Gallery of Modern ArtPaul Cezanne, Antonio Canova, Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh… Rome’s Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna is one of the best art museums in Italy.
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Palazzo BarberiniPalazzo Barberini is a splendid Baroque construction that houses the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Antica.
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Galleria Doria PamphiljPalazzo Doria Pamphilj houses the Galleria Doria Pamphilj, the best-known private gallery in Rome, featuring works by artists like Raphael and Velazquez.
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National Etruscan MuseumThe National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia (Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia) features works from pre-Roman Italian antiquity.
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Villa FarnesinaVilla Farnesina is a mansion built between 1505 and 1511.
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Museo di RomaThe Museo di Roma narrates the social context and artistic endeavours that were carried out in the city from the Middle Ages until the 20th century.
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Palazzo VeneziaThe Palazzo Venezia features the National Museum of Palazzo Venezia with works of art from the beginning of the Common Era through to the Renaissance.
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Galleria SpadaThe Galleria Spada displays a collection of art from the 16th and 17th century.
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Keats-Shelley HouseThe Keats-Shelley House is a house-museum dedicated to the romantic poets John Keats and Percy Bysshe Shelley.
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Basilica of St. Paul Outside the WallsBasilica of St.
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St. Peter's SquareSt.
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St. Peter's BasilicaOne of the largest churches in the world, St Peter’s Basilica, built in the Renaissance style is, part of the Vatican.
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Vatican MuseumsThe Vatican Museums are the Vatican city's museums and includes admissions to Sistine Chapel, Chapel of Beato Angelico and Raphael Rooms.
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Sistine ChapelThe Sistine Chapel is one of the greatest treasures of the Vatican City.
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Basilica of St. John LateranThe Lateran Palace was handed over by Constantine I to the Bishop of Rome, who converted the building into a temple during the fourth century.
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Basilica di Santa Maria MaggioreSanta Maria Maggiore (Basilica of Saint Mary Major) is one of the four major basilicas of Rome and is dedicated to the Virgin Mary.
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Basilica di San ClementeBasilica of Saint Clement is an early Christian church, which has been reconstructed in various periods, dedicated to Pope Clement I.
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Our Lady of the Conception of the CapuchinsSanta Maria della Concezione dei Cappuccini was built between 1626 and 1631 by Pope Urban VIII.
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Santa María in CosmedinThe Basilica of Santa Maria in Cosmedin is a medieval church that houses the Bocca della Verità (Mouth of Truth), which is located at its gate.
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Basilica di Santa Maria in TrastevereThe Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere still retains its medieval character despite the changes made over the years.
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Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei MartiriSanta Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri was designed by Michelangelo and is the only Renaissance-style church built in Rome.
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Basilica di San Pietro in VincoliBasilica di San Pietro in Vincoli (Saint Peter in Chains) was built in the fifth century to house Saint Peter’s chains when he was imprisoned in Jerusalem.
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Church of the GesùErected between 1568 and 1584, Il Gesù was the first Jesuit church built in Rome.
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Santa Maria in AracoeliBasilica of St.
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Santa Maria della VittoriaSanta Maria della Vittoria is a church built during the seventeenth century after the victory of the Emperor Ferdinand II at the battle of White Mountain.
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Santa Maria del PopoloAccording to a legend, the site where the Santa Maria del Popolo stands was haunted by Nero’s ghost.
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Villa BorgheseVilla Borghese is the largest park in Rome.
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Janiculum HillJaniculum Hill, called Gianicolo in Italian, is one of Rome's most romantic places to visit.
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Villa Adriana (Tivoli)Villa Adriana was built by the Emperor Hadrian in Tibur (nowadays Tivoli) to get away from Rome.
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Villa d'EsteListed as a UNESCO heritage site, Villa d’Este is a splendid Renaissance palace with beautiful, romantic gardens in the outskirts of Rome.
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Ostia AnticaOstia Antica is a large archaeological site, and was once one of the most thriving Roman cities thanks to its status as a major port and commercial centre.
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PompeiiPompeii was an ancient Roman city near modern Naples that was buried by the great eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD.
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HerculaneumLocated in the region of Campania, the town of Herculaneum succumbed to the same fate as Pompeii.
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