Rome Travel Guide

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Activities
Spanish Steps
After running around Rome, tourists need a breather and the Spanish Steps are the ultimate place to sit down. At the foot of the steps lie a lovely piazza and fountain, as well as one of the most exclusive shopping areas in all of Rome.
  • Piazza di Spagna
  • Rome, Lazio 187 Italy

Spanish Steps

After running around Rome, tourists need a breather and the Spanish Steps are the ultimate place to sit down. At the foot of the steps lie a lovely piazza and fountain, as well as one of the most exclusive shopping areas in all of Rome.
Piazza di Spagna Rome, Lazio, Italy
Pantheon
Built around A.D. 125 as a temple to the gods, the Pantheon is the best-preserved building of ancient Rome.
  • Via dei Pastini 17
  • Rome, Lazio 15010 Italy

Pantheon

Built around A.D. 125 as a temple to the gods, the Pantheon is the best-preserved building of ancient Rome.
Via dei Pastini 17 Rome, Lazio, Italy
Vatican City
Vatican City is the spiritual heart and headquarters for the Roman Catholic Church. It's actually its own sovereign state, and at 0.2 square miles, it's the world's smallest country.
  • Vatican City
  • Vatican City, Vatican City

Vatican City

Vatican City is the spiritual heart and headquarters for the Roman Catholic Church. It's actually its own sovereign state, and at 0.2 square miles, it's the world's smallest country.
Vatican City Vatican City, Vatican City
The Colosseum
The Colosseum is the most magnificent monument in Rome. It was built to fit 50,000 people and to be quickly emptied through a series of archways, which you still see in modern stadiums today.
  • Piazza del Colosseo
  • Rome, Lazio Italy

The Colosseum

The Colosseum is the most magnificent monument in Rome. It was built to fit 50,000 people and to be quickly emptied through a series of archways, which you still see in modern stadiums today.
Piazza del Colosseo Rome, Lazio, Italy
Piazza Navona
One of the city's major hangouts, the grand piazza is perpetually filled with crowds of tourists and street performers. Its centerpiece is the dramatic Fountain of the Four Rivers, designed by Bernini.
  • Piazza Navona
  • Rome, Lazio 186 Italy

Piazza Navona

One of the city's major hangouts, the grand piazza is perpetually filled with crowds of tourists and street performers. Its centerpiece is the dramatic Fountain of the Four Rivers, designed by Bernini.
Piazza Navona Rome, Lazio, Italy
Roman Forum
The Roman Forum was the epicenter of downtown ancient Rome. It's where the Romans used to meet, shop, do business and practice politics.
  • Via della Salaria Vecchia 5/6
  • Rome, Lazio Italy

Roman Forum

The Roman Forum was the epicenter of downtown ancient Rome. It's where the Romans used to meet, shop, do business and practice politics.
Via della Salaria Vecchia 5/6 Rome, Lazio, Italy
Trevi Fountain
Built in 1751, the Trevi is Rome's largest fountain. It depicts Neptune in a chariot being pulled by seahorses, which in turn are being guided by mythological sea creatures known as tritons.
  • Piazza di Trevi
  • Rome, Lazio 187 Italy

Trevi Fountain

Built in 1751, the Trevi is Rome's largest fountain. It depicts Neptune in a chariot being pulled by seahorses, which in turn are being guided by mythological sea creatures known as tritons.
Piazza di Trevi Rome, Lazio, Italy
Campo de Fiori
Campo de Fiori is one of the loveliest piazzas in all of Rome. Every morning, except Sundays, it's the site of an open-air market for fresh flowers, fish, fruit, vegetables and spices.
  • Piazza Campo Dè Fiori
  • Rome, Lazio 186 Italy

Campo de Fiori

Campo de Fiori is one of the loveliest piazzas in all of Rome. Every morning, except Sundays, it's the site of an open-air market for fresh flowers, fish, fruit, vegetables and spices.
Piazza Campo Dè Fiori Rome, Lazio, Italy

Hotels
Hotel Art
The contemporary decor belies the fact that Hotel Art was actually built in what used to be a former monastery. The rooms are urban chic and spacious, but you pay for it dearly, especially during the high season.
  • 56 Via Margutta
  • Rome, RM 187 Italy

Hotel Art

The contemporary decor belies the fact that Hotel Art was actually built in what used to be a former monastery. The rooms are urban chic and spacious, but you pay for it dearly, especially during the high season.
56 Via Margutta Rome, RM, Italy
Phone: 39 06 328711