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Skip the Line: Colosseum and Ancient Rome Small-Group Walking Tour Including Pantheon and Piazza Navona
"The best way to visit Rome is to join this 3.5-hour small group guided walking tour. Your professional guide will take you directly inside the Colosseum and the Roman Forum passing the long lines at the entrance. This tour offers the perfect introduction learn about monuments like the Curia inside the Roman Forum admire the Capitoline Hill and it's great view over the Roman Forum and enjoy photo stops at Rome’s big-name attractions such as Piazza Venezia Largo di Torre Argentina Pantheon and Piazza Navona! This tour is a perfect introduction for first-time visitors but it also gives plenty of new information for visitors already familiar with the Eternal city. A great overview and orientation of the Ancient city for everybody who wants to learn more about it's great history.Choose from different start times professional and expert guide."
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Rome Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Tour
"Rome serves up more sights than many capital cities put together. Thanks to its illustrious past Italy’s capital bursts with art and architectural masterpieces from well-preserved Roman relics to Baroque piazzas. One of the best ways to explore is on a hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus that saves the hassle of making your own way around the sights. With your ticket simply step aboard and let the sights effortlessly unfold hopping on and off as you wish at any of the eight stops. Marvel at the Colosseum the scene of bloody Roman-era gladiator battles and check out the Piazza Venezia
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Rome by Golf Cart Private Tour
"Following a morning afternoon or evening pickup from your Rome hotel set off into the city’s historic heart with your private guide. Travelling by golf buggy explore with ease and see more of Rome in three hours than you ever could on foot!During your sightseeing tour zoom along the bustling streets and see the Eternal City in a unique way. Visit famous landmarks and hidden gems such as Aventine Hill — home to the Priory of the Knights of Malta the city's rose garden and a fragrant orange grove — and Caelian Hill site of the beautiful house and gardens of Villa Celimontana. Spin through ancient squares including Piazza Barberini and Piazza Colonna — named after the marble column of Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius — and Piazza Venezia. Along the way
From EUR75.00

Piazza Venezia Tips (35)

Piazza Venezia

In my four days stay, I never visited Piazza Venezia in the morning hours, funny but truth. The white marble of the monument must be in particularly attractive under the bright sunny day light. Well,...
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croisbeauty
Sep 12, 2011

Piazza Venezia and its Incredible Monument

When in Rome make sure to go to Piazza Venezia. See the awesome and imposing building in the middle of the Piazza named il Monumento Nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele II. Vittorio Emanuele II was united...
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azz8206
May 24, 2008

Piazza Venezia

Piazza Venezia is probably the most visited square of Rome. It starts where the heart of ancient Rome used to be. The monumental Il Vittoriano dominates the whole square catching visitor's attention...
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croisbeauty
Jan 27, 2008

Putting along through the city

Women travelling to work on their Vespa inspired me to buy one for my husband a couple of years ago. He enjoys doing short errands on it around our village. I'm disappointed that it's too heavy...
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Pawtuxet
Feb 26, 2007

For sure, you will not miss...

For sure, you will not miss Piazza Venezia and Memorial. This is the place of memory, and you should respect rules – not to sit on the stairs, not to eat, not to drink anything (even water), and not...
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Giulia_ua
Oct 05, 2006

Monumento Vittorio Emanuele II

At one of the most busy trafficsquares of Rome you find this huge white marble building, also called The Weddingcake.The building is build to honour Italian's first king between 1885 and 1911 and...
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Tetreus
Jun 09, 2005

The Victor Emmanuel Monument

One of the most difficult monuments for me to photograph was The Victor Emmanuel Monument. I remember standing in one spot forever and realizing suddenly that unless I got closer, I was never going to...
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deecat
May 11, 2005

il Vittoriano

il Vittoriano venne ideato all’indomani della presa di Roma, quando la città divenne Capitale d’Italia e c’era la voglia di rendere moderna una città che doveva essere il simbolo stesso del passaggio...
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Angelinka
Jan 18, 2005

Around Vittorio and Venezia

The Piazza Venezia with Vittorio backing her up is in my opinion a splendid hot spot, for from here you may start your various walking tours within the centro storico... the white stones, marble...
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sinoda
Jul 28, 2004

Silke's most favourite building

My friend Silke liked this building best. I liked it more the more I've seen of it ...I have read in my travel book that the monument was built to honor Vittorio Emanuele II, the first king of the...
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chicabonita
Jan 28, 2004

Piazza Venezia

This busy square (= traffic is chaotic here) is the hub of the main city arteries: Via del Corso, Via del Plebescito, Via Battisti, Via dei Fori Imperiali and Via del Tatro di Marcello.On the four...
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sandysmith
Sep 28, 2003

Beautiful Statues

The building at Piazza Venezia has a lot of beautiful statues on it. I took some close-up photos of these statues and here is one of them. Each one is like a splendid piece of artwork. You will either...
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meteorologist1
Sep 01, 2003
 
 
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Things to Do Near Piazza Venezia

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Vatican

the Central Part of the Basilica is the High Altar of which lies above the Tomb of Saint Peter Below of which there is a dual stairs going to a central door to the entrance of Saint Peter's Tomb which...
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Goethe's House

I went past Goethe's house when I walked down Via del Corso. This is where Goethe stayed during his Italian travels between 1786-1788 and in company of German artists. The museum opened in 1997...
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Jewish Ghetto

The Jewish ghetto in Rome was created in 1555 in the district of Sant'Angelo, next to the Theater of Marcellus. At the time, there were about 2,000 Jews living in Rome, and they were ordered by the...
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Angels & Demons Tour

if you are a fan of Dan Brown's novel and film, Angels and Demons, then you can go on an Angels and Demons tour of Rome and the Vatican, following the various scenes depicted in the novel and the...
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Victor Emmanuel Monument - Monumento Vittorio Emanuele

the Altare della Patria, also known as Monumento Nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele II, is one of the most photographed landmarks in Rome as this modern structure was built to honor the late King of...
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Piazza Venezia - Vittoriano

the huge Piazza Venezia in the center of Rome, in the Capitoline Area of the City is a popular destination as this huge roundabout houses many of the iconic attractions in rome such as the magnificent...
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