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Home to over 900 churches and 280 fountains, this historic capital city should not be missed.

Popular Landmarks

Appian Way

Known as the "Queen of Roads", this ancient road was built in 312 BC to move military supplies.

Photo by Paul Stephenson


Explore the ancient amphitheater where gladiator battles entertained crowds of up to 80,000 people.


This well preserved temple from ancient Rome was built to "honor all Gods".

Roman Forum

An open-air location where important political, religious, and other social events took place in ancient Rome.

Spanish Steps

Built in 1732, climb the 135 steps for picturesque views of the surrounding piazza.

Photo by David Völgyes

Trevi Fountain

Visit this huge 300 year old fountain and take part in the fun tradition of throwing a coin in over your left shoulder.

Victor Emmanuel II National Monument

Completed in the 1930's, the monument honors Victor Emmanuel II, the first king of a unified Italy.

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