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Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill Entrance Ticket in Rome
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Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel Entrance Ticket in Rome
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Rome Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel, and St. Peter's Basilica Fast-Track Tour
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Roma Pass: 48 or 72-Hour City Pass
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Rome Big Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Tours (Open-Top)
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Go Rome Explorer Pass
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OMNIA Vatican and Rome Card
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Rome City Center Highlights by Electric-assist bicycle
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I Love Rome Hop On Hop Off Panoramic Bus Tour
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Experiences for everyone in Rome

Everlasting Rome
Guided tours of the museums and sites that mark the origins of western civilization
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Italian Gateways
See the diversity of Italy on day excursions to top tourist sites outside of the Eternal City
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La Dolce Vita
Indulge in classic Italian dishes from pizza, pasta, gelato, and more!
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Back to Ancient Times
Rediscover glorious Rome – delve into the historical wonders and treasures of the Eternal City with these handpicked experiences
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Why people love Rome

Because I was out of the situation that morning, I arrived at the arena at 2 pm, but the time I ordered was at 12 o’clock, so the waiter would not let me in. Of course, being late was my own problem, but the Roman Forum’s indicator It was very difficult to find. I walked outside for more than an hour to find the entrance. As a result, the Roman Forum began to rush away at four. So I hardly see anything~ I guess the route may be smoother from the arena, but if you don’t go to the arena, it will be difficult to find the entrance, and then you have to leave at four. It is a pity to pay attention to the ticket purchase, but you can still buy a set of tickets to take a look
Because I was out of the situation that morning, I arrived at the arena at 2 pm, but the time I ordered was at 12 o’clock, so the waiter would not let me in. Of course, being late was my own problem, but the Roman Forum’s indicator It was very difficult to find. I walked outside for more than an hour to find the entrance. As a result, the Roman Forum began to rush away at four. So I hardly see anything~ I guess the route may be smoother from the arena, but if you don’t go to the arena, it will be difficult to find the entrance, and then you have to leave at four. It is a pity to pay attention to the ticket purchase, but you can still buy a set of tickets to take a look

Top sights in Rome

If you’re a lover of history, art, and even religion, then Rome is probably on the list of your top destinations to visit. The Eternal City became known for its gorgeous ancient ruins, renaissance art, and breathtaking churches. A couple of days won’t be enough to appreciate its beauty. From the Colosseum to the Sistine Chapel, you’ll never run out of things to do in Rome.

Colosseum

The Colosseum is always on top of the list when talking about the best things to do in Rome. The iconic arena was built in 80 AD and can host as many as 80,000 spectators during its heyday. Schedule your visit as early as possible to beat the crowds and enjoy a hassle-free exploration.
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St. Peter's Basilica

Located inside the Vatican City, St. Peter's Basilica is renowned for its Renaissance-style architecture and is the largest church in the world. Aside from its breathtaking facade, inside visitors will also be in awe of the works of Bernini and Michelangelo. When visiting, make sure to come as early as possible so you can admire its beauty in peace. Dress codes are also strictly imposed here.
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Pantheon

Situated at the Piazza Della Rotonda, the Pantheon is one of the best-preserved Ancient Roman buildings in the world. The architectural marvel constructed in 118 AD was once a Roman Temple but now serves as a Catholic church. During your visit, make sure to admire its towering Corinthian columns, its oculus, and its dome, which is the largest unreinforced concrete dome in the world.
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Trevi Fountain

Another must-visit in Rome is the Trevi Fountain. The baroque-style fountain designed by Nicola Salvi is a sight to behold with the mighty Neptune at its center, surrounded by tritons. Although it's one of the most famous fountains in the world, you can still marvel at its beauty minus the crowd. Visit at night time for a quieter atmosphere and to see the lights reflect against its waters.
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