1. Spanish Steps in Rome

Don’t forget to add the Spanish Steps to your list of must-dos for your trip to Rome. It’s a prime people-watching spot, and since 1723 thousands of artists, photographers and A-list celebrities have all flocked here to see and be seen.  The climb to the top gives you great views of the Piazza di Spagna, and the chance to visit Trinita dei Monti, a beautiful 16th century church.
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2. Roman Forum

A visit to the Roman Forum is a chance to step back in time and get a feel for the Roman Empire. You can picture shoppers and street sellers going about their business, see where politicians gave lively speeches at the Rostrum, and walk in the footsteps of returning soldiers, along the Via Sacra.
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3. Piazza Navona

One of Rome’s best-loved squares, Piazza Navona began life as a stadium for 30,000 spectators who enjoyed watching athletics and mock naval battles. It was paved over in the 15th century and became home to the city’s primary market for 300 years. In the 19th century, the drains of the three fountains were blocked up during the summer to create Lake Navona, which the locals loved.
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4. The Vatican Museums

You’re likely to have the Vatican Museums near the top of your Rome things-to-see list. Vatican City is the world’s smallest sovereign state, with its own postal service, newspapers and radio station. The museums go back to the 16th century and have one of the largest art collections in the world, including the Michelangelo’s works in the Sistine Chapel.
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5. Circus Maximus

Just below Palatine Hill is Circus Maximus, once the home of chariot racing, gladiator fights, and Roman games, and one of the most important sites in the ancient city. At 621m long and 140m wide it was the biggest stadium in ancient Rome and held 300,000 spectators. It was last used for chariot racing in the 6th century BC and was partially excavated in the 20th century. Excavation began in 1930, but the archaeological site only opened to the public in 2016.
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6. Walking Food Tour

Taste the very best dishes in Rome as you take a walking food tour through the city. Choose between Rome’s favourite foodie districts, Testaccio and Trastevere, and prepare for an edible adventure you’ll never forget.
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7. St. Peter's Basilica

Visible from most of the city, St. Peter’s Basilica is a must-visit on your trip to Rome. Arriving at the square from Via Della Conciliazione, you’ll see St. Peter’s Basilica right in front of you.
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8. Pantheon

Walking from Piazza di Sant’Ignazio, head along the narrow Via del Seminario towards Piazza della Rotonda, where you’ll see the huge columns of the Pantheon appear in front of you.
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9. Monti's Vintage Market

Visit Rome’s hippest neighbourhood as you search for retro treasures at Monti’s vintage market. Browse unique handmade products created by local makers in this alternative shopping destination.
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10. Colosseum

As Rome’s most famous landmark and the largest amphitheatre in the world, the Colosseum is a must-visit during your stay in Italy’s capital.
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