Rome – The Eternal City

Rome is the capital of Italy and one of the most iconic and historically significant cities in the world. Rome’s history spans over 2,500 years, and it was once the capital of the mighty Roman Empire. The city has remarkable ancient ruins, including the Colosseum, Roman Forum, and Pantheon. The city is home to magnificent Renaissance and Baroque architecture and masterpieces. Highlights include the stunning Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, and the majestic fountains in Piazza Navona.

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The Trevi Fountain of Rome

This Baroque masterpiece is one of the biggest attractions in Rome and, possibly, the most famous fountain in the world. Designed by Nicola Salvi and completed in 1762, it features a grand Neptune sculpture flanked by two Tritons and set against a backdrop of intricate rococo-style decorations. Visitors to the fountain traditionally toss a coin over their left shoulder into the water, hoping to ensure their return to Rome and ensure good luck. Our advice is to go early in the morning to avoid the crowds.

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The Colosseum of Rome

Located in the centre of Rome, the Colosseum is one of the most iconic landmarks in Italy. Built around 70-80 AD during the height of the Roman empire, it is a massive elliptical arena that once hosted gladiatorial contests and various public spectacles. It remains one of the most well-preserved artefacts of the Roman Empire and stands as an enduring symbol of ancient Roman engineering and entertainment.

If you want to explore the Colosseum in detail, you can book various tours here.

Sant’Ignazio Church in Rome

This Church is found in the centre of the city. Famous for its ceiling, painted by Andrea Pozzo around 1685. You can find out more at this website

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The Roman Forum

Situated in the heart of ancient Rome, The forum served as the bustling civic, commercial, political and social hub of the Roman Empire for centuries.

This area was the centre of day-to-day Roman life for centuries. Lined with grand temples, basilicas, and statues, this historic site witnessed important political speeches, public gatherings, and various activities that shaped Roman history.

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The Pantheon

This former Roman temple is an architectural marvel in the capital of Italy. The Pantheon stands as a testament to ancient Roman ingenuity and engineering. Its iconic dome, with its oculus open to the sky, showcases the brilliant interplay of light and space. At the same time, the building’s rich history as a pagan temple and later a Christian church adds to its timeless allure as a living link to Rome’s past.

There is almost always a long line to enter. Planning ahead is advised. If you want to go inside the Pantheon, you can book tickets in advance here.

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