Museums in Roma
Classed as one of the world’s most extraordinary works of art, the Sistine Chapel will transport you to a place of dreams.
The Roman Forum was the centre of political and economic life in the Roman Empire. Now a popular tourist site, it invites those who visit to journey back in time.
The Vatican Museums house an incalculable number of works of art and the Church’s most valuable collection.
After the Great Fire of Rome, the Roman Emperor Nero ordered the construction of an ostentatious palatial complex, a relic of his megalomaniac eccentricities – Domus Aurea.
‘Galleria Borghese’ is a beautiful art gallery in Villa Borghese Gardens, the third largest public park in Rome.
This is the oldest public museum in the world. Get first-hand knowledge of the history of Rome by visiting the archaeological remains stored inside
The ancient port of Rome, Ostia Antica, is located just 30 minutes away from the city. Read on to discover the fascinating history behind this ancient Roman archaeological site.
Rome is an amazing city to visit with children because it is packed with incredible landmarks and fascinating stories about its history.
The Vatican Necropolis lies beneath St Peter’s Basilica, housing the remains of the saint himself along with an intricate network of passages, chapels and burial niches.
Vatican City is a microstate and, despite being the smallest country in the world, it houses a plethora of art and architecture