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Museums and Landmarks

One of the most famous and emblematic structures in the world, standing tall as the city’s symbol. Wander around the elliptic building, with its majestic amphitheater that could seat more than 55,000 spectators.
Location: 1 Piazza del Colosseo, Rome 00184
Baths of Caracalla
Built during the reigns of Emperors Septimius Severus and Caracalla, the Baths of Caracalla are among the largest and most well preserved ancient Roman baths. In the summer, the ruins are used to stage spectacular performances.
Location: Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, Rome 00153
Basilica of St. John Lateran
The oldest Christian basilica in Rome, the Basilica of St. John Lateran was built by Emperor Constantine and consecrated in 324 AD. It is Rome’s official cathedral and the seat of the bishop of Rome (the Pope).
Location: 4 Piazza di S. Giovanni in Laterano, Rome 00184
Scuderie del Quirinale
An art gallery that hosts some of the most important exhibitions in Rome. Don’t miss the great window of Scuderie where you can enjoy a stunning panoramic view of the city.
Location: 16 Via Ventiquattro Maggio, Rome 00186
St. Peter’s Basilica
One of the most iconic churches in the world, its dome dominates the Roman skyline. You’ll be amazed by its astounding proportions and important art works such as Michelangelo’s Pietà and Bernini’s Baldacchino.
Location: Piazza San Pietro, Vatican City 00120
Vatican Museums
Discover a remarkable collection of artworks and be inspired by the fascinating Sistine Chapel, home to Michelangelo’s “Last Judgement” and the world-famous “Creation of Adam”.
Location: Viale Vaticano, Vatican City 00165
Castel Sant’Angelo
The Mausoleum of Hadrian, also known as Castel Sant’Angelo, is now home to the National Museum of Castel Sant’Angelo. It showcases furnishings, armaments and paintings from the Renaissance period.
Location: 50 Lungotevere Castello, Rome 00193
Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II
An enormous white marble monument built in honor of Vittorio Emanuele II, the first king of unified Italy. Take the elevator ride up to the building’s roof for an amazing 360 view of Rome.
Location: Piazza Venezia, Rome 00186
Trevi Fountain
A spectacular masterpiece that takes up most of the space at the small Trevi square. According to legend, tossing a coin in the fountain with your right hand over your left shoulder guarantees your return to the eternal city.
Location: Piazza di Trevi, Rome 00187
A marvel of classical architecture, originally a Roman temple, it is now a Christian church with a splendid interior, a breathtaking dome and the tomb of modern Italy’s first king, Vittorio Emanuele II.
Location: Piazza della Rotonda, Rome 00186
Church of Santa Maria Maggiore
Piazza Maggiore is an amalgamation of Romanesque, Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque architectural influences. The church’s interior features gilded coffered ceilings, opulent chapels and spectacular mosaics.
Location: 42 Piazzadi S. Maria Maggiore, Rome 00100
A museum made of glass, dedicated to contemporary art and architecture. Designed by the famous architect Zaha Hadid, it houses exhibitions by Italy’s most important contemporary artists.
Location: 4/a Via Guido Reni, Rome 00196