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Parioli
13 reviews
Flanking the villa are a magnificent 17th-century aviary (uccelliera) and a series of 'giardini segreti' - secret gardens which are rarely open but can be appreciated through the fence. — The Telegraph
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Trevi
9 reviews
The beautifully carved, monumentally sized fountain, completed in 1762. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
11 reviews
One of the wonders of the ancient world, this onetime pagan temple, a marvel of architectural harmony and proportion, is the best-preserved ancient building in Rome. — Fodor's
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Monti
9 reviews
A multi-layered church and archaeological site, the Basilica of San Clemente is one of the best examples of how Rome is a layer cake of history — Travel + Leisure
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Monti
10 reviews
Ancient Rome's civic open-air theater, site of gladiator fights and other competitions. Massive structure, now a symbol of Rome. — National Geographic
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Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
9 reviews
This has been the national church of France in Rome since 1589, and a stone salamander (the symbol of the Renaissance French monarch François I) is subtly carved into its facade. — Frommer's
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Ostiense
10 reviews
After visiting Rome's many old, art-cluttered palaces, the Centrale Montemartini feels like a breath of fresh air. — Fodor's
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Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
6 reviews
Many of the remarkable ancient statues displayed in this gallery of collections from four local dynasties look surprisingly intact. — The Telegraph
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Piazza Venezia / Ancient City
9 reviews
The entire collection was finally opened to the public in 1734, by Pope Clement XII. Many statues remain frustratingly label-less but there is a decent audioguide. — Time Out
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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
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Monti
8 reviews
Originally built in the fifth century, Santa Maria Maggiore contains one of the best preserved Byzantine interiors in Rome. — Travel + Leisure
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Vatican / Borgo
10 reviews
The jewel in the crown of Rome’s myriad museums, this grand complex of palaces and chapels, galleries, and gardens contains priceless masterpieces from the Egyptians to the Etruscans. — Departures
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Piazza Venezia / Ancient City
8 reviews
When it came to cremating Caesar, purchasing a harlot for the night, or sacrificing a naked victim, the Roman Forum was the place to be. — Frommer's
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Vatican / Borgo
9 reviews
Used as a fortress and jail and as a papal palace... today, it houses a fascinating and multifaceted museum. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Campo Marzio
6 reviews
According to legend, Santa Maria del Popolo occupies the site of a garden in which hated Emperor Nero was buried. — Time Out
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Ardeatino
5 reviews
The 4th-century church was named after the saint who was buried in the catacomb, which burrows underground on four different levels. — Fodor's
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Trastevere
7 reviews
This stunning church, with its welcoming portico and façade with shimmering 13th-century mosaics, overlooks the traffic-free piazza of the same name. — Time Out
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Ludovisi / Via Veneto
6 reviews
Like the church of Santa Susanna across Piazza San Bernardo, this church was designed by Carlo Maderno, but this one is best known for Bernini's sumptuous Baroque decoration. — Fodor's
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Parioli
7 reviews
A gorgeous, sprawling garden that defies the bustling city around it by offering shady walks, grassy hills, and benches to sit on and ponder life. — Let's Go
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