What to see in Rome

What are the main things to see in Rome? We have chosen for you what not to lose.

Here are the most representative places of Rome, so famous that a presentation is almost superfluous. So symbolic that they still deserve to be remembered. A visit is mandatory the first time you go to the capital, but also to see them again is a great thrill, even for the Romans. We explain you where to go and what to see in Rome, having 2 or 3.

Places to visit in Rome at least once in your life

Rome is an open-air museum, a city where every corner, every church and every square hide secrets, stories that must be discovered and lived. We enter into the life of Rome using videos and photos as a tool to show the beauty of the eternal city.

Basilica di S. Pietro.St. Peter’s Basilica is considered the center of the Christian world, the arrival point of millions of faithful every year. Its dome is the signature of the Roman horizon, its colonnade has embraced the pilgrims of the world for centuries.

piazza san pietro dalla cupola

Il Colosseo is the true symbol of Rome, two thousand years of history carved in stone. A piece of eternity that dominates the Imperial Forums, the unmistakable silhouette that stands out against the sky, all the emotion of a glorious past

Visita guidata al Colosseo

Il Foro Romano. The beating heart of Ancient Rome here seems to beat again. This same soil has been trampled by emperors, scientists, condottieri, nobles and plebeians. Do not miss the walk in via dei Fori Imperiali with night lighting. To reach the Roman Forum: Metro B Colosseo

foro romano panoramica

Fontana di Trevi. The rushing sound of water precedes the surprise of finding it in front of it after a maze of tiny alleys. Opulent, opulent, blinding, crowded, icon of the Dolce Vita, throwing the coin in is always a pleasant moment.

Tour Squares and Fountains

Piazza Navona. Legend has it that this stadium-shaped square was flooded in the summer to cool the inhabitants. At the center face the eternal “rivals”: Bernini’s Fontana dei Fiumi and the church of Sant’Agnese di Borromini.

piazza navona fontana

Piazza di Spagna. The almost infinite staircase is splendid both in winter, with the traditional crib, and in spring, when it is decorated with hundreds of azaleas. And the Barcaccia fountain is one of the most authentic symbols of the Eternal City.

cosa vedere a roma piazza di spagna

Il Pantheon.Monumental and romantic on the outside, mysterious inside. From the hole of its dome the light enters overbearing creating surprising effects. The square on which it faces is a living room from which to enjoy this wonder.

cosa vedere a roma - pantheon

Musei Vaticani.The only one Cappella Sistina it would be enough to justify the queues of tourists at the ticket office. The collection of works of art of the Museums collects masterpieces from the Egyptian era to the Renaissance. In every Roman visit they cannot be a must.

cappella-sistina-creazione

Galleria Borghese. Immersed in the greenery of the homonymous villa, it stands out for its Collection, perhaps the most important in the world, in which Bernini and Caravaggio stand out. It is located at the end of Via Veneto, made famous by Fellini’s Dolce Vita and many other films from the 60s. Rome can be considered a film capital after all.

galleria borghese paolina

Il Campidoglio. Aconcentrate of beauty, history and art, in one of the legendary Seven Hills. The staircase of the Ara Coeli, the perfect piazza of Michelangelo, the statue of Marcus Aurelius, the Museums and a breathtaking view of the city and the Forums. The Campidoglio is the seat of the Municipality of Rome.

cosa vedere a roma - campidoglio

You may not know that:

The Colosseum is perhaps one of the most visited sites in the world, but did you know that you can also visit the underground areas?

It will be considered kitsch but throwing the coin in the Trevi Fountain will make you return again to the Eternal City … Try it for yourself?

The Fountain of the Rivers in the center of Piazza Navona cost the papal coffers so much that Pope Innocent X applied a tax on bread, with the inevitable Roman protest