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What you should not miss in Rome

In this beautiful city, you should visit the four major basilicas of Rome, play gladiator in the Colosseum, Be thrilled by the masterpieces of Caravaggio, have tea among the sculptures in Canova’s and Tadolini’s amazing workshop, breathe a good dose of chlorophyll into the immense park of the Villa Borghese, throw a coin in Trevi’s fountain, go for a night snack in the trendy and festive corner of the Testaccio…

St. Peter’s Basilica

Located in the Vatican, the most important religious building of Catholicism

Sistine Chapel

One of the Vatican’s masterpieces, including Michelangelo’s Last Judgment

Château Saint-Ange

Hadrian’s mausoleum transformed into a fortress and integrated into the Aurelian enclosure, an ancient structure and medieval design

Colosseum

The largest entertainment building built by the Romans, once a gladiatorial battle arena and now the symbol of Rome

Trevi Fountain

A great travertine fountain that became one of Rome’s emblematic icons, immortalized by Fellini’s La Dolce Vita

Roman Forum

The most famous of the Roman forums, the heart of the political, economic and religious life of the ancient city

Vatican Museums

10 museums and sublime galleries, a concentration of masterpieces embracing the entire history of art

Pantheon

The most spectacular building in ancient Rome, a temple dedicated to the deities, mainly the work of Hadrian

Piazza di Spagna

Superb square with the Barcaccia fountain, at the foot of the Trinité-des-Monts staircase

Piazza Navona

One of the most beautiful squares in Rome, of elongated shape, which reminds us of the Domitian stadium

Trastevere

Bohemian and popular district, with cobbled streets lined with trendy bars, wine bars and restaurants

Villa Borghese

One of the largest parks in Rome, and the famous Borghese Gallery is one of the most beautiful private collection museums in the worlds