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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 public park of Rome or visit the cave Lupercal that was discovered by Augustus- Rome's first emperor.
  • Watch the view from the top of the steep hill behind Trastevere and enjoy the greenery of the Villa Pamphili Park in Monteverde suburb. With lots of turtles in the park and pony rides, it is a great place for Children.
  • Spend your Wednesday morning at St Peter's Square by joining the audience which gathers to hear from the Pope of the Vatican. In case of rough weather, the gathering is held at the Sala Nervi audience hall.
  • Wander through St Peter's Basilica and admire Michelangelo's work in the Sistine Chapel. It was originally a temple of classical deities. This church is also the burial place of Raphael and first king of united Italy.
  • Visit some of the most famous museums including the Vatican museums. Museo Napoleonico gives you a glimpse of the Napoleon and the Museo Carlo Bilotti is a contemporary art museum in the Orangerie.
  • Throw a coin into the water basin of the Trevi Fountain, one of the more famous tourist attractions in Rome.
  • Take a snapshot of Rome's artistic heritage at the Piazza del Popolo. Its focal point is the church of Santa Maria delPopolo.
  • Visit the theatre Piazza Navona and see the work of great Baroque masters, the Borromini's church of Sant'Agnese in Agone and Berini's Fountain of the four Rivers.
  • Visit one of the operas on a beautiful night for an inspiring experience.
  • Tantalize your taste buds with a slice of authentic thin crust Italian pizza made in traditional wood-fired ovens.

  • 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 betw...

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).
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