|    Login
What To See In Rome
History & Archeology Results 12
Anthropology / Etnografia Results 3
Art / Music / Theater Results 22
Specialized Museums Results 1
Sites Results 21
Monuments Results 27
Churches Results 34
Squares Results 13
Flea & Antique Results 2
Food Results 37
Clothing Results 13
WHAT TO SEE > Rome > All results (176) show results on map

Attractions in Rome

There are plenty of sites to see and places to visit on your vacation in Rome. Below you’ll find information on the most interesting tourist attractions and must-see destinations in Rome and the surrounding area.

3 Premium Results
V. del Tulliano MAP
Built in 46 BC by Julius Caesar, the Forum of Caesar is located within the Roman Forum in the northeast quadrant. The Forum of Caesar was a place for public business and a shrine for Caesar himself. After Caesar’s assassination, a statue of the leader...MORE INFO
V. Sacra - Foro Romano MAP
The Arch of Septimius Severus, one of the two arches left in the Roman Forum, was built in 203 AD to commemorate Severus’ victory in Parthia. The impressive arch features relief panels depicting the war between Rome and Parthia. The Arch remains one...MORE INFO
The capital of Italy and one of the oldest and most visited cities in the country, Rome has a rich history as the former capital of the Roman Empire. Rome has some of the most beautiful art and most decadent buildings in the world. From the parks and...MORE INFO
V. delle Terme di Caracalla 52 MAP
Once the largest thermal baths in the world, the Baths of Caracella were constructed in 217 AD on a 27-acre complex with room for more than 1,500 people. In ancient Rome, the public baths were a staple of life as housing units had little to no plumbing...MORE INFO
V. Curia - Foro Romano MAP
The ancient Roman Curia was the meeting place for the Roman Senate located in the Roman Forum. Many renovations were made to the Curia throughout history by presiding emperors during their respective reigns. A platform in the Curia provides a place for...MORE INFO
Piazza Navona MAP
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piazza_Navona...MORE INFO
V. di S. - Nicola de Cesarini MAP
When excavators where digging around in Rome, they accidently stumbled upon one of the greatest sites of Roman architecture that now make up the Area Sacra of Largo Argentina. Four temples and a public square were found and are now open to the public....MORE INFO
V. del Portico d'Ottavia 29 MAP
Construction of the large open-air Marcello Theatre in Rome was initiated by Caesar, but finished by Augustus after Caesar’s death. In the Roman Republic, crowds would fill the theater to view comedies and dramas. Located in the rione of Sant’Angelo,...MORE INFO
Piazza di Spagna MAP
P.za del Grillo 1 MAP
As a part of the Imperial Forums in Rome, the Forum of Augustus was built to honor the god Mars after Octavian killed Julius Caesar and gained power in Rome. The space also served as a place for legal issues when the Roman Forum was overcrowded. Remains...MORE INFO

Add Your Business