Regardless of the number of days you go to Rome, you will need time to discover all the charms of this majestic city.
Rome is a true open-air museum, a city as beautiful as tourist, disorganized and chaotic, so it will be a great help to organize all the details of your trip before leaving so you have clear what to see, how to move, where to stay and where to eat in Rome.
To help you a little with this planning, below we offer you a list of essential places that under no circumstances can you lose
Also called Flavio Amphitheater, it is the most visited tourist attraction in all of Italy and the most representative place in the city of Rome. Since the year 2007 is also one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. You will be impressed by its dimensions capable of hosting 65.000 spectators in antiquity.
As with the Roman Colosseum, this stunning fountain will also surprise you with its size, with dimensions of 20 meters wide by 26 meters in height, for its beauty and for its unexpected location located at the junction of three streets.
Located next to the Roman Colosseum, the Roman Forum is the remains of the ancient central area of Rome where the main institutions of the city were located. Even today you can admire the beauty of its many temples and buildings.
St. Peter's Basilica and Square
Regardless of your religious beliefs, you can not miss the artistic value of this whole monumental complex. Located in the Vatican City, the Basilica of St. Peter is the Christian church with the largest interior space in the world and the place where the Pope celebrates the most important liturgies.
A square full of beauty, life and artists. Famous for its sources, especially for the Four Rivers of Bernini.
Plaza of Spain
It is one of the most frequented places in Rome, known for its impressive staircase, its viewpoint and its surroundings full of shopping streets.
This world-famous masterpiece of Michelangelo is one of the great treasures of the Vatican. Concluding the creation of all the frescoes found on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel took the painter four years of his life. Later, to paint the work of the Last Judgment, he had to invest five more years.
Pantheon of Agrippa
The also called Pantheon of Rome, or popularly La Rotonda, is the best preserved Roman architectural work and one of the most imposing monuments. In addition to its excellent state of conservation, it stands out for its measurements, 43,30 meters in diameter and height, and its dome, the largest diameter in the world.
They are underground cemeteries where they are collected near 750.000 tombs. It includes a total of more than 60 different catacombs in about 160 kilometers in length, which although originally had independent entries, over the years they were communicating forming authentic labyrinths.