Rome

Attractions

Circus Maximus

It was once able to accommodate 250,000 spectators for events similar to those in the Coliseum, including the Roman Games, gladiator battles, and chariot races.…

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The Coliseum

The Coliseum is perhaps Rome’s most famous landmark. Despite changing rulers, falling empires, and world wars, it has stood for millennia as a symbol of…

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The Pantheon

Venturing southwest of the Trevi Fountain, travelers will find themselves in the Piazza della Rotonda looking up at the monolithic Pantheon.  Still an architectural touchstone…

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The Pantheon

The Roman Forum

Located in the heart of modern Rome, the ancient Roman Forum gives visitors a glimpse of the city when it was the center of the…

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The Spanish Steps

Below the Chiesa della Trinità dei Monti, the Spanish Steps offer a distinctive view of the Roman skyline and serve as a gathering point for…

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The Spanish Steps

The Trevi Fountain

The Trevi Fountain in the heart of Rome marks the end of the ancient Roman aqueducts sourced from the Acqua Virgine (“Virgin Waters”).  It is a…

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The Trevi Fountain