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Palatine Hill
9
Piazza Venezia / Ancient City
9 reviews
Built by Domitian and erroneously referred to since the 19th century as the "stadium," this was in fact a sunken garden that created a terrace on the slopes of the hill. — Fodor's
Galleria Borghese
9
Parioli
13 reviews
Book a two-hour timed-entry ticket in advance to beat the crowds, then spend the first 45 minutes upstairs with the paintings before taking in the sculptures below. — Departures
Centrale Montemartini
9
Ostiense
10 reviews
A satellite of the Capitoline Museums housed in a former power plant, Centrale Montemartini brilliantly juxtaposes gods and machines. — Travel + Leisure
Trevi Fountain
9
Trevi
9 reviews
Supplied by water from the Acqua Vergine aqueduct and a triumph of the baroque style, it was based on the design of Nicolo Salvi and was completed in 1762. — Frommer's
Pantheon
9
Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
11 reviews
Nearly 2,000 years after it was erected by Emperor Marcus Agrippa, the Pantheon is still one of the most impressive buildings in the world. — Concierge
Basilica of San Clemente
9
Monti
9 reviews
A rather vulgar example of the transition from Latin to the Italian vernacular.  — Atlas Obscura
Colosseum
8
Monti
10 reviews
Vespasian began building the Colosseum - which has hosted gory battles between combinations of gladiators, slaves, prisoners and wild animals of all descriptions. — Time Out
Church of St. Louis of the French
8
Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
9 reviews
A pilgrimage spot for art lovers everywhere... adorned with three stunningly dramatic works by Caravaggio... now recognized to be among the world's greatest paintings. — Fodor's
Museo Nazionale Romano - Palazzo Altemps
8
Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
6 reviews
Recently restored, this magnificent 15C palace today houses the Ludovisi-Boncompagni collection. — Michelin Guide
Capitoline Museum
8
Piazza Venezia / Ancient City
9 reviews
The Capitoline Museums house a collection of ancient sculptures in a pair of buildings designed by Michelangelo in the mid-16th century — Afar Magazine
National Museum of Rome
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Esquilino
5 reviews
If you ever wanted to know what all those emperors from your history books looked like, this museum makes them live again, togas and all. — Frommer's
Vatican Museums
8
Vatican / Borgo
11 reviews
Gorgeous, awe-inspiring, life-changing. No photography or talking is allowed, so you get to admire the enormous Last Judgment covering the entire altar wall and the iconic Creation of Adam. — Let's Go
Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore
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Monti
8 reviews
Founded by Pope Sixtus III (432-440), this is one of Rome's four great basilicas, and has been remodelled many times down the centuries. — Michelin Guide
Museo Nazionale di Castel Sant'Angelo
8
Vatican / Borgo
9 reviews
This imposing building was erected in 135 AD as Emperor Hadrian's family mausoleum, and was converted into a chapel by Pope Gregory the Great in the 6C. — Michelin Guide
Arcibasilica di San Giovanni in Laterano
8
Monti
6 reviews
For a thousand years this monumental cathedral was the most important church in Christendom. — Lonely Planet
Le Domus Romane di Palazzo Valentini
8
Trevi
7 reviews
If you find your imagination stretching to picture Rome as it was two millennia ago, make sure to check out this "new" ancient site just a stone's throw from Piazza Venezia. — Fodor's
Santa Maria Sopra Minerva
8
Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
7 reviews
Central Rome's only Gothic church was built on the site of an ancient temple of Minerva in 1280 and modelled on Santa Maria Novella in Florence. — Time Out
Palazzo Doria Pamphilj
8
Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
6 reviews
Caravaggio, with his Rest on the Flight to Egypt, is the star of a prestigious collection of paintings and sculptures. — Michelin Guide
Villa Doria Pamphili
8
Monteverde
8 reviews
Artistic highlights of the place include a striking portrait by Velázquez of the Pamphili pontiff Innocent X: this was the inspiration for Francis Bacon's 1953 'screaming pope'. — The Telegraph
Chiesa di Santa Maria del Popolo
8
Campo Marzio
6 reviews
Raphael, Bernini, Caravaggio, Bramante, Pinturricchio, and Annibale Carracci—and that's just the shortlist of artists contained in one church, the little-visited Santa Maria del Popolo. — Travel + Leisure
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