Rome or Rome is Italy's


Rome, Rome or Rome is Italy's capital, municipality, largest city in the country and the most populous with over 2.7 million people spread over 1,285.3 km2. The city is located in the central-western part of the Italian Peninsula, on the Tiber River in the Italian region of Lazio. The history of Rome extends over two thousand and five hundred years.

Trevi Fountain

Fontana di Trevi

A fountain whose water stems from aqueducts designed by artist Nicolas Salvi and completed in 1762. It is characterized by carved statues



A prominent temple built around the year 118 to 125 AD, topped by a dome and containing tombs from the Renaissance era, including the tomb of "Raphael".

Rione IV Campo Marzio

People-watching from the crowded Spanish terraces in the upscale and lively Campo Marzio district is popular. In Piazza del Popolo, the church of Santa Maria del Popolo houses works by the painters Raphael and Caravaggio. Affordable shoppers stroll the boutiques of top brands like Gucci and Prada, then pop into vintage cocktail bars at some of the city's most luxurious hotels. Benicio Hill boasts stunning views of Rome and the Vatican.

Church of Santa Maria dei Maggiore

Basilica Papale di Santa Maria Maggiore

Notable papal church founded in the 5th century and famous for its Roman mosaics and gilded ceiling

Cavarella Garden

Parco dell'Appia Antica

A sheltered, dog-friendly park with many archaeological remains, bird hide and cycling/hiking trails

Quartiere XII Gianicolense

The predominantly residential area of Janicolense is known for its vast Villa Doria Pampele and tree-lined Belvedere Lake, as well as ornate fountains, including the 17th-century Fontana del Giglio. Enjoy contemporary dance and children's shows, while stalls sell antiques and collectibles at the Porta Portese Sunday market. The area is filled with traditional pasta restaurants and pubs serving home-made beer.

Municipio XIII
Municipio Roma XIII

Rome, Province of Rome


The rustic suburb of Monisebio 13 overlooks the Vatican City from the gardens dotted around the neoclassical Villa Appamelec. Colorful Byzantine-style frescoes decorate the Russian Orthodox Church of Saint Catherine the Martyr. Family-friendly activities include wall climbing at Monkey Island, outdoor swimming at Forum Sports Center and jogging at Cellulosa Park. Aurelio is full of Italian restaurants and pizzerias.


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Millview Bridge

Ponte Milvio

An elegant footbridge built in the second century BC and the site of a famous Roman battle

Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana

A marble fascist memorial built in neoclassical architecture to host a world exhibition planned for 1942.

Roman Forum

An extensive excavated area that includes Roman temples, courtyards, and government buildings, some dating back two thousand years.

St. Angelo's Castle

Castel Sant'Angelo

A circular castle from the second century, which houses groups of tapestries and paintings in rooms in the Renaissance era

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