What to see in Rome historic centre
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.
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.
Eating out in Rome: beyond pasta and pizza
Rome’s thriving restaurant scene covers all manners of Italian cuisine. It runs the gamut from old-school Roman trattorias and osterias to hole-in-the-wall pizzerias and trendy restaurants. If you need a break from Italian cuisine (but who would?), there is also some great eateries where you can enjoy international cuisine.
Piazza di Spagna: Renaissance splendour
The iconic Piazza di Spagna is one of the most photographed landmarks in the Eternal City. Stroll up the gleaming marble Spanish Steps and take in the breathtaking old-world architecture.
The best of Rome with kids: a fascinating, story-filled trip
Rome is an amazing city to visit with children because it is packed with incredible landmarks and fascinating stories about its history.
Campo de’ Fiori: an ancient marketplace
Campo de’ Fiori is a buzzing piazza no matter what the time of day. Its markets, luxury palaces and artisan workshops are reminiscent of Medieval Rome.
The ultimate guide to the markets in Rome: from food to fashion
There is nothing like heading to a market in Rome to get a taste of life alla Romana. Read on to discover our round-up of the top markets in the Eternal City.
Largo di Torre Argentina: history and tragedy
Largo di Torre Argentina is a square in the centre of Rome with the remains of four temples and the ancient Curia and Theatre of Pompey, where Julius Caesar was killed.
St Paul’s Outside the Walls: from necropolis to temple
The emblematic Basilica Papale di San Paolo fuori le Mura houses the remains of St Paul the Apostle and is one of Rome’s must-see religious buildings.
The basilicas and churches of Rome: a rich Christian legacy
Religious building aficionados will find their paradise in Rome, a city with places of worship at every turn.