When in Rome, do as the Romans do.

We always hear this saying & it means that when visiting a foreign land, follow the customs of those who live in it. It can also mean that when you are in an unfamiliar situation, you should follow the lead of those who know the ropes.

If you are visiting Rome for first time I will suggest that take a  Big Bus Tours, it’s the best choice for sightseeing tour of Rome offers insight into the city’s rich past as well as its contemporary culture through their informative, personal commentary. Throughout the tour, you can hop-on and hop-off to explore Rome’s many squares, churches, monuments and attractions. Sightseeing tour of Rome showcases the ‘Eternal City’ in all its glory. Founded over 2,000 years ago, Rome to this day still has several of its impressive buildings and structures.

For only 35 Euro/48 hours validity you can explore Rome to experience the best views of the city’s distinctive landmarks and learn about its fascinating 3000 year history.

Below is the list of the must see Rome attractions you absolutely must see in Rome.  ♥

Colosseum → click here

An iconic symbol of the Roman Empire, and famed for dramatic historical events. The Colosseum is the largest amphitheater ever constructed.

Piazza Venezia and Monument to Vittorio Emanulle → click here

The central thoroughfare of Rome is home to the Palazzo Venezia,Italy’s Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and the imposing and elaborate white marble for the first king of unified Italy, Monument to Vittorio Emanuelle.

Circus Maximus

The world’s first stadium in the 6th century BC, construction began with the Rome’s Etruscan Kings and work later completed under Julius Caesar. It can accommodate 150,000 spectators, drawn to observe chariot races, gladiatorial battles and religious festivals.

St. Peter’s Basilica → click here

One of the largest churches in the world and is said to be the burial site of Saint Peter.A beautiful renaissance church located within the papal enclave of Vatican City.

Trevi Fountain → click here

The fountain completed in 1762, features a prominent statue of the deity Oceanus. and played backdrop to Fellini’s iconic fountain scene in famous movie La Dolce Vita. Don’t miss the opportunity to toss a coin and appreciate the sweet life at the famous baroque Trevi Fountain.

Roman Forum → click here

This plaza contains the elegant ruins of important ancient government buildings, statues and monuments. The Forum was once the hub of the Roman Empire’s affairs and now attracts over 4.5m sightseers annually.

Sistine Chapel → click here

Best-known for its brilliant frescoes by Renaissance artist Michelangelo, who painted both the Sistine Chapel ceiling and the Last Judgement on the ceiling of the chapel’s interior, now recognized as masterpieces of western art.

Fountain of the Naiads → click here

The Fountain of Naiads is located in the center of the Piazza della Repubblica, right in front of the remains of the Baths of Diocletian, steps away from Termini Station.

Castel Sant’Angelo → click here

Castle of the Holy Angle was build in 123-139 AD. The building was later used by the popes as fortress and castle, and is now a museum. The castle was once the tallest building in Rome.

Corte di Cassazione

The Supreme Court of Cassation is the highest court of appeal or court last resort in Italy.

Column of Marcus Aurelius

It is a Roman victory column is Piazza Colonna,Rome Italy. It is Doric column featuring a spiral relief: it was built in honor of Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius and modeled on Trajan’s Column

Forum of Nerva

The Forum of Nerva was the fourth and smallest of the imperial fora. Its construction was started by Emperor Domitian before the year 85 AD, but offically completed and opened by his successor, Nerva in 97 AD, hence its official name.

Fontana del Tritone (Triton Fountain) → click here

Triton Fountain is a seventh century fountain in Rome by the Baroque sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
Check this 2010 super funny-cool movie
When in Rome

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