The Roman Forum – now the world famous archaeological site – was a center of Roman public life for centuries. It was first developed in the 7th century BC and became the social, political and commercial hub of the Roman Empire.
Piazza Venezia – where four major roads meet – is located in the heart of Rome. Here you can find famous monument of Victor Emanuel II – the first king of a united Italy.
St. Peter’s Basilica – a Renaissance church located in the Vatican City – is one of the four major Basilicas of Rome.
Spanish Steps – stairway of 135 steps built in 1723-1725 – is a famous landmark and a popular tourist attraction of Rome.
The Tiber – one of the longest rivers in Italy
Bocca della Verita (the mouth of truth) is an ancient stone mask famous worldwide. According to the legend, if a liar puts their hand inside its mouth, they will lose it.
Pantheon built in 25 BC, served as a temple to the many Gods of Rome. The original Pantheon was destroyed by the great fire and the structure which stands today was completed around 125 AD.
Pyramid of Cestius was built sometime between 18 and 12 BC as a tomb for Gaius Cestius.
Colosseum – the largest amphitheatre ever built