Things to see in Roma
Religious building aficionados will find their paradise in Rome, a city with places of worship at every turn.
Rome’s Piazza della Repubblica was built on top of an ancient building and today guards thousands of years of history. Take a stroll through the square and soak up the city’s past.
The Victor Emmanuel II Monument is in Piazza Venezia. Known also as the Altar of the Fatherland, it is a huge construction that is well worth visiting.
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
Ponte Milvio (the Milvian Bridge) is known as the ‘padlock bridge’ and, thanks to author Federico Moccia, it is undoubtedly the most romantic bridge in Rome.
The four different buildings of the National Roman Museum boast innumerable treasures that delight archaeologists and art-lovers alike.
Located in the historic centre of Rome, the 2nd-century Temple of Hadrian was dedicated to the Roman emperor Hadrian and remains a relic of classic Roman architecture.
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Giardino degli Aranci, or Orange Garden, is the name locals give Savello park on Aventine Hill. It is surrounded by orange groves and has panoramic views over Rome.