Rome and the Vatican

These are just some of the places to visit in Rome and the Vatican. There are many other historical, cultural, and artistic attractions that are worth a visit.

Colosseum: the largest Roman amphitheater, famous for gladiator fights and theatrical performances.

Trevi Fountain: one of the most famous Baroque fountains in the world, known for the tradition of tossing a coin to ensure one's return to Rome.

Pantheon: a well-preserved Roman temple dedicated to all the gods of ancient Rome.

St. Peter's Basilica: the largest church in the world, located in the Vatican, the seat of the papacy.

Vatican Museums: a vast collection of works of art and ancient objects, including the Sistine Chapel with Michelangelo's famous frescoes.

Spanish Steps : one of the most famous squares in Rome, known for the Spanish Steps.

Imperial Forums: a complex of Roman ruins that represents the political and commercial center of ancient Rome.

Castel Sant'Angelo: a castle built as a mausoleum for Emperor Hadrian, later used as a fortress and papal residence.