The Coliseum (also spelled Colosseum), otherwise known as the Flavian Amphitheater (Colosseo and Anfiteatro Flavio in Italian), is the closest thing to the idea of symbol of Rome, or, in... Coliseum

Arch of Constantine

Located just between the Coliseum and the most central hill of Rome, namely, the Palatine Hill, also in the proximity of the Roman Forum, the Arch of Constantine is one... Arch of Constantine

Roman Forum

Overlooked by Piazza del Campidoglio, Michelangelo’s superb Renaissance style piazza in Rome, the Roman Forum is not just one of the top tourist sights praised by all visitors of the... Roman Forum

Baths of Caracalla

Named after their founder, the Bath of Caracalla represent one of the top tourist sights of Rome, just as essential for spending a genuine Roman vacation as the Coliseum or... Baths of Caracalla

Circus Maximus

Despite its misleading name, Circus Maximus has nothing to do with the modern concept of a circus. In ancient Rome, Circus Maximus was more of a stadium, where chariots were... Circus Maximus


Rome is rightfully deemed one of the first hand tourist destinations in the world, mostly due to its historical background and because, next to ancient Greece, it is the cradle... Pantheon

Pyramid of Caius Cestius

The Pyramid of Caius Cestius is one of the most unlikely and surprising architectural landmarks of Rome. First of all, we clearly speak of a structure typical of a whole... Pyramid of Caius Cestius

Baths of Diocletian

The Baths of Diocletian are located on the Viminal Hill of Rome. They were built between 298 and 306 AD, by order of Maximian, emperor of Rome between 286 and... Baths of Diocletian

Catacombs of Saint Callixtus

While the Catacombs of Saint Callixtus are not the only early Christian catacombs in Rome, they are definitely the most exemplary, a reputation sustained by both their tourist popularity and... Catacombs of Saint Callixtus

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