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    What to See in Rome: 6 Essentials

    Rome is the capital of Italy better known as the “Eternal City” for its countless monuments and archaeological remains that can be found in any of its streets. For this reason, Rome is one of the most visited cities in the world.

    Rome offers its visitors endless antiques, including the Colosseum (one of the 7 wonders of the world), the fountain of Trevi, the Roman Forum (where you can see important archaeological remains) and the Pantheon of Agrippa with its impressive dome.

    Rome is also known as the “City of the Two States” due to the Vatican, where you can visit the famous St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican Museum with its objects of incalculable artistic value.

    See the Recognized Colosseum in Rome

    It is an ancient building dating from the Roman Empire and has become a representative icon of Rome. The Colosseum is very famous all over the world for being the scene of gladiator shows and fights with wild beasts. Due to its popularity, all visitors to Rome want to enter the Colosseum, so we recommend buying your entrance ticket in advance in our tours and activities section.

    The Roman Forum, a point of reference

    It is an area that houses numerous remains of religious and administrative buildings of the ancient Roman Empire. Among the most important remains are the Temple of Castor and Pollux, the Arch of Titus, the Basilica of Majentius. This landmark is the closest to the Colosseum and is a must for all visitors to Rome.

    Visit the Pantheon of Agrippa

    It is an ancient temple that was built to worship the Roman gods at the end of the first century a.C. It is one of the best preserved Roman buildings and stands out for its impressive dome that inside has a large oculus that allows the entry of natural light. This temple has served as inspiration for the construction of important monuments such as the Florence Duomo and St. Peter's Basilica. Admission to this place is free.

    Discover the Gran Circus Maximus

    It is an old horse car racing stadium, built to house a large number of spectators (around of 200,000 people) sitting in one of the stands located on both sides of the stadium. There are currently few remains of the Circus Maximus and instead you can see a wide esplanade where the original track was located.

    Castel Sant'Angelo

    It is located in an ancient Roman structure built to serve as the mausoleum of the family of Emperor Hadrian, but few centuries later it was used as a military fortification to protect the Pope and the Clergy. Its name is due to an old legend that speaks about the appearance of Archangel Michael at the top of the castle announcing the end of a plague spread around the city, to remember this fact, a sculpture of the angel was placed in the same place where he appeared. From the terrace of the castle you can have a wonderful panoramic view of Rome.

    The Majestic Trevi Fountain, a Famous Fountain in Rome

    It is the most famous fountain in Rome and also one of the most visited tourist attractions by visitors to the city. The Trevi Fountain consists of several sculptures depicting Neptune mounted on some seahorses surrounded by newts and other marine figures. It is a popular tradition to throw coins at the source before you make any wish.

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