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So, the Eternal City is on your bucket list? Prepare to mix and match 2500+ years of history and discover your own version of Rome. You could fall in love with this city without ever seeing a museum - but here are some of the more noteable sights.

  • Colosseum

    Tour this famous amphitheater and reflect on the incredible architecture from 72 AD. The Colosseum is more impressive than any football stadium you\\\'ve ever seen, AND it\\\'s 2000 years old.

  • Galleria Borghese

    Known to be one of the best museums in Rome, the Galleria Borghese is a 17th century villa is located in the sprawling Borghese park. You\\\\\\\'ll see antiquities, Rennaissance art and early Baroque pieces

  • Palatine Hill

    It\\\'s thought that Palatine Hill is where Rome began. Excavations show that people have lived there since 1000 BC, and the ruins are steeped in mythology.

  • Raphael Rooms

    Raphael\\\'s 16th century frescoes line the walls of the Palace of the Vatican\\\'s four public reception rooms, also called Raphael Rooms.

  • Roman forum

    This is where to go when you want to see Roman ruins. The Roman forum itself was once a marketplace or plaza, and is surrounded by the remnants of ancient government buildings.

  • Sistine Chapel

    Located inside the Apostolic Chapel, within the residence of the Pope, Michelangelo\\\'s ceiling fresco in the Sistine Chapel is a sight to see.

  • St Peter\'s Basilica

    This tourist attraction is also the center of the Catholic world. The stunning St Peter\\\\\\\'s Basilica was built on the site where Peter, the apostle and first pope, were buried.

  • Trevi Fountain

    Rome\\\'s world-famous Trevi Fountain depicts the mythological Neptune, backed by two Tritons. A fun place to grab a gelato, throw a coin in the fountain, and people-watch.

  • Vatican City

    Vatican City is the world\\\'s smallest independent state. It\\\'s home to 842 people, the Sistine Chapel, and St Peter\\\'s Basilica.

  • Vatican Museum

    Some of the world\\\'s most important relics -- the Sistine Chapel, for example -- are located inside the Vatican Museum. A guided tour here is worth every penny.


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