Popularly recognized as the capital of Italy, Rome is 4th most populous city in Europe, 14th most visited city in the world as well as a famous tourist attraction in Italy. It is one of the oldest cities in the world with the finest architecture of museums, palaces, churches, ancient sites, religious buildings and monuments. You will find a plethora of places here, it’s hard to know where to go first. Rome has cool, humid winters and dry, warm summers. As per the transport of Rome is considered, it serves the radial network of roads and one of the largest railway stations in Europe. The city is served by three airports and a 3-line metro system.


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The Trevi Fountain is much more than a sculpture and known for the fantastic work of art. Here, you can hear the sound of its gushing waters from the nearby streets. You will find the most breathtaking sight, once you visit the site. It is known as one of the most stunning and beautiful fountains in the world. No trip to Rome is complete without a visit to the Trevi Fountain. Just book Trevi Fountain area hotels and enjoy its beauty.


Roman Forum
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The Roman Forum is a plaza which is surrounded by several important ancient government buildings. The site is one of the most ancient structures located in the city. Buy Roman Forum tickets and get special access and experiences. Opening hours to the site are from 8.30 am to one hour before sunset. Free entry on the first Sunday of the month (no reservation possible), people with disabilities and their companion and for EU citizens.


St. Peters Basilica
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St. Peters Basilica is the Italys largest, richest and most spectacular church which is known for its lavished interiors covering more than 15,000 sq. m. When you visit the site, you will be rewarded with stunning rooftop views. Since strict dress codes are enforced, so do wear no shorts, miniskirts or bare shoulders. Book St. Peters Basilica tickets and get connected with God in various ways.


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Today, the Colosseum is the most recognizable Rome’s Classical building with an accommodation for 60,000 seated and 10,000 standing. A huge part of the Colosseum is accessible to wheelchair users as well as a lift is also there to some of the upper levels. Book Colosseum tickets and visit the iconic place to discover long and tumultuous history. It has become a leading attraction for tourists from all over the world.


Roma - Basilica di San Luigi dei Francesi - 16-18th centuries
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Closed on Thursdays, Church of San Luigi dei Francesi is a famous church known for realistic naturalism. Definitely, you can’t leave Rome without seeing the site for its powerful work. It reminds 400 years old and provocatively modern art. Church is a strong proof that Rome really is a living museum. Entry is free here and church opens in the morning and closes at lunchtime.


Piazza Navona - Rome
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Recognized as an elegant showcase square in Rome, Piazza Navona is well known for its showy fountains, colorful cast of street artists, priests, hawkers and tourists. With various shops and architectures, the piazza is living up to its reputation as one of the grandest and most vibrant outdoor hubs in Rome. Book rooms in hotels in Piazza Navona and enjoy the buzzing crowd from around 10:00am until well past midnight.


Spanish Steps DC
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Built in 1723-1725 as a set of steps in Rome, Spanish Steps is well known for a steep slope between the monuments at the base and dominated by church at the top. Its a great place to just sit down and enjoy the atmosphere and views of the Eternal City. The place consists of 138 steps placed in a mix of curves, straight flights, vistas and terraces. Book hotel Spanish Steps Rome and enjoy unique design and elegance of the location.


Rome: Galleria Doria Pamphilj
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The Doria Pamphilj Gallery is a huge art collection in Rome full of gorgeous paintings. Experience the place with audio guide. No doubt, it is a stunning palace located in a central location with two large adjoining halls. Buy Galleria Doria Pamphilj tickets at Euro 12. Visiting hours of the Gallery is from 9 am to 7 pm every day. Come in and explore the place with the most interesting and oldest history.