Attractions

Attractions in Rome

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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Roman Forum

With our Rome Tours you can visit the Imperial Roman Forum, one of the most striking sites in the Eternal City, which gives visitors a the key to learn about the glorious past of the Roman Empire.

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Altare della Patria - Vittoriano

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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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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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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Spanish Steps

With our Rome Tours discover the Spanish Steps, the most elegant square in Rome from where the famous fashion streets leave.

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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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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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Trevi Fountain

The Trevi's Fountain is the most fascinating place in some of our proposed Rome Tours, a way to learn about one of the most beautiful scenery that man has made.

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Pincian Terrace

With Rome Tours you'll discover one of the most beautiful and elegant areas of Rome: the Pincian hill seat of the wealthiest families of ancient Rome

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Cinema dei Piccoli

The Cinema dei PIccoli: the world’s smallest cinema with only 70 seats.

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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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Villa Farnesina

Villa Farnesina is a quintessential palace of the Italian Renaissance. Designed by Peruzzi and frescoed by Raphael, it boasts a visual, artistic, and architectural repertoire unrivalled anywhere else in Rome. Read on to find out how to see it for yourself.

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