Map of Rome attractions
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List of Rome attractions
This list contains all the major touristic attractions of Rome that are diplayed on the map above as well:
- Colosseum - Most famous building of Roman empire used as arena for gladiator games.
- St.Peter's Square - Main square of Vatican City bordered with historical buildings.
- St.Peter's Basilica - Largest church in the world that is centre of christianity.
- Forum Romanum - Ruins of imperial Rome with ancient temples, basilicas and arches.
- Fontana di Trevi - Most beautiful fountain in Italy decorated with impressive statues.
- Vatican Museums - Incredibly rich complex of museums with wonderful Sistine chapel.
- Pantheon - Ancient temple with majestic portico built by emperor Hadrian.
- Piazza di Spagna - Highly photogenic square with popular Spanish steps.
- Circus Maximus - Remains of large stadium used in old Roman times for chariot races.
- Piazza Navona - Nice longish square with fountains and baroque church of Sant'Agnese in Agone.
- Castel Sant'Angelo - Former Hadrian's mausoleum that is national museum today.
- Piazza Venezia - One of Rome's busiest squares with Il Vittoriano monument and Palazzo Venezia.
- Capitoline Hill - Hill with Piazza del Campidoglio on top that was centre of old Rome's political power.
- Capitoline Museums - Museums on Capitoline Hill full of Roman artifacts and art.
- Arch of Constantine - The biggest of all remained ancient arches in Rome.
- Trajan's Market - Well-preserved complex of shops and warehouses built during era of emperor Trajan.
- Trajan's Forum - Ruins of large ancient forum composed of temples, markets and other buildings.
- Palatine Hill - Hill full of various ruins where city of Rome was founded.
- Piazza del Popolo - Oval shaped square with obelisk, Egyptian lion statues and two symmetrical churches.
- Temple of Hadrian - Temple with 11 columns that is now part of Rome's stock exchange building.
- Theatre of Marcellus - Largest theatre of ancient Rome that is still in good condition.
- Baths of Caracalla - Large complex of buildings used in ancient Rome for leisure and relaxation.
- Villa Borghese - Large park with many attractions called Park of Museums.
- Borghese Gallery - Art gallery located in the former Villa Borghese Pinciana.
- Mausoleum of Augustus - Monumental family tomb built by the first Roman Emperor Augustus.
- San Giovanni in Laterano - Oldest basilica in Rome where the Pope officiates as Bishop of Rome.
- Santa Maria Maggiore - Largest church in Italian capital dedicated to the Virgin Mary.
- Museum of Roman Civilization - Museum of Rome's history with large scale model of the city.
- Olympic Stadium - Stadium for 72.700 visitors that is home to Lazio and AS Roma football teams.
- Via Condotti - Rome's top haute couture fashion street with lots of high-class shops.
- Colosseo Quadrato - Emblematic example of fascist architecture inspired by Colosseum.
- Auditorium Parco della Musica - Large multi-functional music complex built by architect Renzo Piano.
- Maxxi - National Museum of the 21st Century Arts - Museum of contemporary art opened in 2010.
- National Gallery of Modern Art - Gallery dedicated to modern art not only from Italian artists.
- National Etruscan Museum - Museum of Etruscan civilization housed in Villa Giulia built by popes.
- PalaLottomatica - Multi-purpose sports and entertainment arena that hosted 1960 Olympic games.
- Teatro dell'Opera - Rome's leading theatre and opera house with own orchestra and ballet company.
- Bioparco - One of the oldest ZOOs in Europe that was founded in 1911.
- Euroma 2 - Large shopping mall with about 230 shops and many restaurants.
- Westin Excelsior - Hotel that welcomed celebrities, statesmen and artists since 1906.
- Hotel Hassler - Luxurious hotel located atop Spanish Steps offering wonderful views over the city.