Things to see in Roma
The Colosseum: the embodiment of a glorious empire
Once the venue for gladiatorial fights and entertainment, the Colosseum is the most impressive building left standing from Ancient Rome. Don’t leave the city without visiting
The Sistine Chapel: the great Renaissance era construction
Classed as one of the world’s most extraordinary works of art, the Sistine Chapel will transport you to a place of dreams.
The Trevi Fountain: the most photographed fountain in the world
The spectacular Trevi Fountain is one of Rome’s most popular monuments. Throw a coin in the water to ensure your return to the Italian capital!
The Pantheon: the soul of Ancient Rome
The Pantheon is probably the best-kept example of Roman architecture, and its classical shape will stay with you forever.
The Roman Forum: the political heart of the Roman Empire
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.
Trastevere: turning on the charm in Rome
Situated next to the River Tiber, Rome’s Trastevere district is packed full of cosy restaurants, nightclubs, small piazzas and designer shops.
The Vatican Museums: protecting invaluable works of art
The Vatican Museums house an incalculable number of works of art and the Church’s most valuable collection.
Rome: capital of catacombs
The catacombs of Rome are an impressive relic of when the first Christians could not bury their dead. Read on to discover the most fascinating catacombs of the largest and oldest underground burial site in the world.
Piazza Navona: Rome’s great Baroque square
Piazza Navona complete with a monumental fountain by Bernini is one of Rome’s most lively and emblematic places to be.
The Baths of Caracalla: public baths in ancient Rome
The Baths of Caracalla were built as a place of leisure for Roman citizens. They may only be ruins now but these luxurious pools were once the social hotbed of Imperial Rome.