Colosseum – one of Rome’s and the world’s most famous monuments. This ancient amphitheatre dates back to 70–80 AD with a history of gladiator battles and theatrical dramas.
Pantheon – used to be a temple but now serves as a church. The Pantheon is one of Rome’s most visited buildings, magnificently constructed and breathtakingly beautiful from the inside.
Visiting the Vatican is one of the things you simply must do while in Rome.
The Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica and Square are recommended attractions if you want to experience art, culture and history during your visit.
You can see a lot just by walking around and taking in the city’s unique atmosphere. Take a walk to the Spanish Steps (Piazza di Spagna) – a monumental stairway built in the 1700s with around 135 steps decorated with flowers; a place that is alive throughout the day and into the evening. Besides the large number of museums and churches in Rome, there are also plenty of cosy parks ideal for a picnic, including Villa Borghese. You could also stop by the Trevi Fountain to throw in some coins.