Cobbled piazzas, ancient monuments and panoramic vistas. That is Rome! And so much more. This world’s greatest outdoor museum is combination of huge world famous antic ruins and modern architecture with gleaming designer storefronts, sleek hotels and cutting-edge restaurants. And all that with Italian cuisine, considered one of the best. Rome is so rich in culture and monuments that it would be almost impossible to write down everything. But we are bringing at least the main sights you definitely should not miss during your visit.
This largest amphitheatre ever built and the most universally recognized icon in Rome was used for gladiatorial contests and public spectacles such as mock sea battles, animal hunts, executions, re-enactments of famous battles, and dramas based on Classical mythology. The Colosseum has a long and very interesting history, so we definitely recommend Colosseum tours, if you want to get 100% of your visit and skip those really long queues.
An independent city-state in Rome with one of the most famous basilicas and also with one of world's biggest art collections, containing cultural and religious artifacts, as well as vast collections of world class art, that you can see with our Vatican tours. So check them out to skip the lines and see the famous frescoes by Michelangelo in Sistine Chapel.
Square surrounded by the ruins of several important ancient government buildings was the site of triumphal processions and elections, public speeches, criminal trials and gladiatorial matches, located right next to Palatine, one of the "seven hills" on which the historic city lay, where you can enjoy some breathtaking views over Rome. Check out our Roman forum tours and Palatine tours to see it all with skip the line ticket and interesting commentary.
And so much more like the most stunning Baroque fountain in the world - Trevi fountain, located on the Piazza di Trevi, is another one of the most visited places in Rome. Then the former Roman temple - Pantheon, now a church, that is one of the most important and best preserved ancient temples and buildings in general. Or Piazza di Spagna, located at the bottom of the Spanish Steps, with charming streets full of boutiques, luxury shops and picturesque cafes. And also Piazza di Navona, a picturesque elongated Baroque square with three fountains - Fontana del Moro, Fontana del Nettuno and Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi with its large obelisk at the centre, surrounded by restaurants and terraces.
So don't hesitate, choose from our rich offer of Rome tours and explore those and many more Rome sights in the best possible way!