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Squares and Fountains of Rome by New Generation of Segway
"You start off after some training on how to ride a segway. Then hit the amazing Renaissance Piazza Farnese and the lively Campo de’ Fiori. The next stop is the most beautiful baroque square of Rome’s Piazza Navona with its three fountains. After visiting the Pantheon – the Roman temple devoted to all the pagan gods – we head for Piazza di Spagna and the Spanish steps. A stop at the Trevi Fountain is not to be missed but before we stop by at piazza di San Lorenzo in Lucina for the most special coffee Rome can offer. We go back to the office through the impressive Piazza Venezia and the quiet peculiar small squares of the Jewish Ghetto.All tours are accessible for the disabled thanks to Nino a Ninebot equipped for those who cannot stand on their feet."""
From EUR70.00
Rome Private Half-Day Tour with Private Minivan and English Speaking Driver
"Your itinerary may be arranged as follows: Pick up 9am at your accommodation lobby of your hotel or apartment. Then first stop at the Colosseum to admire its magnificence and take few pictures. Following head to the Circus Maximus; overview of Palatine Hill the Palace of the Roman Emperors; overview of the Roman Forum and the City Hall. You will see the Vittoriano Monument - unknown soldier shrine the Pantheon Navona Square and its beautiful fountains the Trevi Fountain
From $360.00
Rome City Driving Tour
"We stop at all of the tour destinations to allow you to go out and explore with the exception of Largo Argentina Circus Maximus and the Greek & Jewish Ghetto's - otherwise we'd be with you all day! So while you will have an air-conditioned vehicle to move around the city you will still be hands on at all of the sites taking photos and immersing yourself into the local culture. The small group size of 7 also makes it practically a private tour and allows for better interaction with your your expert driver. See the Spanish Steps Pantheon Pizza Navona
From EUR45.00

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Great Caesar's Ghost!

So I mentioned in my "Et Tu, Brute?" review that Julius Caesar wasn't polished off in the Forum? It happened here. Yep, Pompey's Curia - part of a huge theater - was the temporary hangout of the...
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Feb 07, 2014

Largo Argentina - Cats, Temples, Julius Caesar

Until the 1920s, the Area Sacra di Largo Argentina was undiscovered. Now, an entire square is open to us, several meters below the current ground level - the ruins of four temples are exposed and have...
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Mar 29, 2007

Area Sacra

This area is the excavated remains of 4 temples a few blocks south of the Pantheon at Largo Argentina. Again there is a small charge to go down into the ruins but it can all be seen from street level...
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Oct 24, 2005

History and Purring Paws!

An amazing site boasting the ruins of 4 temples and what is thought to be the death place of Julius Caesar and a must-see for anyone who's into history, architecture, ruins, archeology, any of it, and...
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Sep 25, 2015

Largo di Torre Argentina

We accidentally stumbled across Largo di Torre Argentina while walking towards the Pantheon.We were a little unsure of what to be taken aback by here.Was it the impressive remains of the 4 temples,...
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Feb 17, 2004

The Area Sacra

Largo di Torre Argentina is an amazing square not far from the Pantheon or Trastevere. Right in the middle, there is the so called Area Sacra (Holy area), ruins of four roman temples (between II and...
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Jul 31, 2003

Sacra Largo di Torre Argentina

Discovered in the 1920s, this square in the center of an area of Rome that is bustling with traffic is the site of four temples dating back to the Roman Republic. Excavations are still taking place...
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Jun 02, 2014

07-The Spot of Caesar’s Death-Largo Argentina

For five consecutive days, we crossed Largo del Torre Argentina or simply, Largo Argentina, either after alighting from Tram No. 8 or running to board the same tram back home or changing buses here to...
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Sep 03, 2012

Area Sacra dell'Argentina

The four republic era temples - conveniently called temples A, B, C and D - were discovered during construction work in the 1920s. Some parts of the temples are still under the roads, so only parts...
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Jun 02, 2003

Teatro Argentina

Many famous opera's had their premiere in this theatre, built in 1732 by the Sforza Cesarini family. The facade was placed a century later though. There are still performances in this beautiful...
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Apr 04, 2011

Area Sacra

Discovered by chance in 1926 during a construction project, the Area Sacra is an archeological site containing the remains of four Ancient Roman temples. It is located in Largo di Torre Argentina, now...
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Apr 12, 2009

Roman cats & ruins!

Cats taking shelter in Roman ruins are quite a common sight in Rome, but nowhere is this phenomenon as obvious as in the Area Sacra dell'Argentina :o) In the late 1920s, four Ancient temples were...
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Dec 19, 2014
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Trevi Fountain - Fontana di Trevi

The Trevi Fountain (Fontana di Trevi in Italian) is the fountain to see during one's Roman adventures. In 1732 Nicola Salvi designed the Baroque masterpiece and Pietro Bracci completed it including...
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Fontana del Facchino – ‘The Porter’

One of the things we loved in Rome was the fact that in between 2 major sites we were facing here and there some beautiful corners, small details on the walls, sculptures, beautiful facades of unknown...
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Time Elevator

What? Time Elevator Rome allows the visitors to experience history of Rome and a few other things in what they call 5D, or 3 panoramic screens, flight simulators and a state-of-the- art surround...
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Piazza Barberini

After checking in at the hotel we took the metro into the city center and Barberini square was the first thing we saw. Piazza Barberini was created in the 16th century and took its name from the...
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Museo Delle Cere

Think we paid Eu7 entry August 2009 I understand was Eu8 by 2010. Could walk through in 10 minutes! Figures likenesses range from the unremarkable to the fairly bad. There is a 1940s ensemble of...
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Chiesa San Ignazio di Loyola

This church was built between 1626 and 1685. It is dedicated to Saint Ignatius of Loyola; the founder of the Jesuite order. This was the second church on this spot. Its main highlight is the troemp l'...
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