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    Colosseo at night.
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    Piazza Navona
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  • 1. Colosseum

    The secret for a less crowded ticket buying to view the Magnificent Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill is to buy your tickets online! but the second best option is to line up at the ticket...

  • 2. St Peter's - Vatican City

    I would highly reccommend you do a tour for these places. The convience alone is worth the extra money. You don't have to wait in long lines and once your in there you can always give the guide your...

  • 3. Tourist Info

    These three sites should be visited on the same day as they're in the same area and covered by one ticket price. To avoid the frustratingly long lines at the Colosseum, buy your combo ticket at the...

  • 4. Roman Forums

    The Roma Pass is a good idea because it includes transportation too. I used it to see the Colosseum + Foro Romano, the Museum of Modern Art (not worth it) and I don't remember what else right now. I...

  • 5. Piazza di Spagna - Spanish Steps

    This square takes its name from the Spanish embassy of the Holy See (of the Vatican) that was located here. Piazza di Spagna is known for the Scalinata della Trinità dei Monti (Spanish Steps). This...

  • 6. Trevi Fountain

    Trevi Fountain! Beautiful! I must confess I was truly unaware of what to expect of Rome. Definitely a sight to see & experience. Meeting other tourists posing for pictures around this area is a...

  • 7. Ice Cream, Snacks and Beverages

    you are a softdrink lover and is staying in Rome in the Lazio Region and in need of a carbonated sugar fizz, fear not as your favorite carbonated bubbly is readily available everywhere here in Rome,...

  • 8. Piazza Navona

    This square was built on the site of the Domitian stadium. Here athletic games named "agones", chariot races and other sports were held. Since the 17th century until mid 19th century it was partially...

  • 9. 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,...

  • 10. Castel Sant'Angelo

    To visit the Interior of Hadrians Mausoleum you first go down a slope to the lower levels and then gradually climb up the levels whilst circling around various courtyards. In the courtyards too there...

  • 11. Walking

    If you only have 2 days in Rome, and would like to discover the city on foot, walking around the streets, Piazzas and monuments, here is a suggestion for an itinerary: From wherever you start, take...

  • 12. Campo dei Fiori

    This square is one of the places where I always try to come when I am in Rome. Awfully this is not so close to the station where I usually stay, so sometime I have to skip the visit. The square is...

  • 13. Pantheon

    I just love to admire this fascinating place. It's impressive once you enter and see the day light coming from a central hole on the roof. I would recommend you to sit in one of the bar's terraces of...

  • 14. Piazza della Repubblica

    One day, when I logged onto Facebook to get some news from home, I saw that my friend Britta (VTer sotschi) had posted some pics of the Vatican. I immediately sent her an e-mail, wondering if she was...

  • 15. Trastevere

    This is a typical building in Trastevere. Trastevere is a maze of tiny cobblestone streets. For travellers who love wandering through Paris's left bank and stumbling into a little restaurant. THIS is...

  • 16. Quirinale

    Quirinale is the residence of the president of the republic. Finally from June 2015, with this new president, it's possible to visit this wonderful palace. I went when I was 10 years old with the...

  • 17. Roma Pass

    I think you have to weigh the Pros and Cons of buying a Roma Pass. For EU$25 (in 2011), you gain free entry to the first two museums and/or archaeological sites, then discounted entry to all other...

  • 18. Piazza del Popolo

    All the piazzas in Rome are magnets for people. You won't see many people if you take a stroll at 5:00 am in the morning. Piazza del Popolo was a 5 minute walk from the Hotel Dei Mellini, and is one...

  • 19. Baths of Caracalla

    These baths are the most imposing monument of ancient Rome which one can see nowadays. Of course there is the Coliseum, but the baths of Caracalla correspond much more to my views on the Roman...

  • 20. Villa Borghese

    Do a walking tour in the Villa Borghese, a pleasant garden near the Station Spagna and the famous Via Veneto. This romantic image is taken in the garden : a small lake, an island with a temple. Using...

  • 21. Italian Cured Meats

    you can taste the different Italian Cured meats either by buying the assorted sandwiches they sell at the convenience stores and food carts in Rome which has...

  • 22. Illycaffè

    the Italians are proud of their coffee culture hence you would not see any Starbucks Coffee Chain in Italy!having said that, there are many Italian Coffee...

  • 23. Stinco (Pork or Beef or Lamb Shanks)

    I am familiar to Osso Bucco which is the northern Italian braised beef shank but this was the first time that I have tasted the Italian Stinco which is (Pork or...

  • 24. Peroni Beer

    although Italy is more famous for It's wines, It's famous Beer, Peroni is known worldwide and can be seen in many Italian restaurants around the world. the most...

  • 25. The Euro (EMU)

    since 2002, when the Euro became the official money in most of the European Union (except in the United Kingdom and Ireland). The Italian Lira ceased to exist...

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