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Rome

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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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
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    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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