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Free Things to Do In Rome

Complete your Roman holiday with a visit to the legendary Vatican Museum, which is home to the Sistine chapel and other renowned          Roman gems. Though there is normally an admission ticket required for entry, try dropping a visit on the last Sunday of the month, when    the entry is free for public (9 to 12:30).
Standing tall for almost 2,000 years, the Pantheon is a miraculous temple that has survived the wrath of time. This is the very temple      that retained the title of the world’s largest free-standing dome till as recently as the 20th century. Visit this destination for it is the          oldest domed building in Rome.
St. Peter’s Basilica is a sight that should definitely feature on your must-see list. While the basilica itself is an architectural wonder, the    fact that it is home to the works of Michelangelo, makes it all the more worth visiting.
Stop by at the Trevi Fountain, one of the most famous outdoor landmarks of Rome. Completed in 1762, this stunning fountain is                  apparently the largest baroque fountains.
Scale up the Spanish steps – a beautiful arch of steps stretching between Piazza di Spagna to Trinitadei Monti.
Take a walk around the ‘Italian quarter’ of Rome – the neighbourhood of Trestevere, which is home to some of the oldest churches in          Rome.
Have an ultimate family outing by heading to Park Gianicolo, where you can witness some sweeping panoramic views of Rome. The parks also hosts free puppet shows on a daily basis, showcasing a century-old European tradition.
Stop over at one of the most popular piazzas around Rome, the Pizza di Spagna. This piazza was where legendary poet John Keats once resided, in an apartment overlooking the square.
Complete your Roman holiday with a visit to the legendary Vatican Museum, which is home to the Sistine chapel and other renowned &nb...

Things to Do In ROME

  • Start your Rome sightseeing at the Colosseum. This amphitheater dates back to AD 72 and its entertainment arena that can accommodate 50,000 people. The stories of battles between gladiators, prisoners and wild animals have originated from this place. You could also take a few hours of Gladiator training to have some adventure, dress up in armour and fight with spears and knives.
  • Take a stroll into the gardens of the Villa Borghese, the central pu...
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