Attractions

Attractions in Rome

Altare della Patria

Love it or hate it, the Altare della Patria (or Vittoriano as it's otherwise known) is inescapable, dominating the Roman skyline. Read on to find out what it is, and what motivated such a bold construction.

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Appian Way

Journey with us down the Appian Way, the Queen of Roads, as we uncover its history and discover its treasures.

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Baths of Caracalla

The Baths of Caracalla offer one of the most enduring examples of Roman public architecture in the world. Read on to find out all about them

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Campo de' Fiori

Rome's "Field of Flowers" may not be as fertile as it once was, but its daily fruit and vegetable market more than makes up for it. Explore it today with one of our Rome food tours.

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Castel Sant'Angelo

A monument standing through the ages of Rome. A symbol of salvation to a torturous prison, Castel Sant'Angelo has metamorphosed through Rome's ever-changing past.

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Catacombs

Underground tombs used by not only ancient Romans, but the Etruscans before them, Christians, and Jews. A unique combination of religions surpassing their differences to unite in death.

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Cinema dei Piccoli

The Cinema dei PIccoli: the world’s smallest cinema with only 63 seats and located in the heart of Villa Borghese.

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Circus Maximus

The chariot racing arena of the Circus Maximus is as old as Rome itself. The scene of the Rape of the Sabines, organized by Romulus to bring women to Rome, it has since become the quintessential symbol of sports, religious celebrations, and games in the city of Rome.

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Colosseum

The Colosseum has stood for almost 2,000 years as a symbol of Rome's might, majesty, and mastery. Our Rome tours bring to life the bloody history of this monument, which demands to be explored by all who visit the Eternal City.

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Colosseum Underground

When most people hear Underground Rome, the first things they think of are the catacombs. But Rome's most famous monument, the Colosseum, has a labyrinthine underground of its own. Read on, and let's explore it together.

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Jewish Ghetto

Rome is often mistaken as only a Christian city, though before St. Peter arrived, Jews inhabited Rome.

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Largo di Torre Argentina

Situated in Rome's historic center, Largo di Torre Argentina was the site of one of history's most famous events. Read on to find out more.

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Obelisks in Rome

Everyone knows Rome is a treasure trove of ancient monuments. But did you know that it boasts the most ancient obelisks anywhere in the world? Some tell over 3,000 years of history. Read on to learn more.

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Palatine Hill

As the site of Romulus' hut and the Caesars' palaces, the Palatine Hill is the most important of the Seven Hills of Rome. Read on to find out more.

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Pantheon

The Pantheon is one of the most iconic monuments in Rome. Nearly perfectly preserved, it stands tall in the Campus Martius, its famous dome attracting admirers from all over the world. Read on to discover its intriguing story.

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