No matter what you call it, it’s impossible to miss the imposing Vittorio Emmanuele Monument on the massive Piazza Venezia in central Rome. Built in the early 1900s to honor a unified Italy’s first king, the structure serves double-duty as the home of the tomb of Italy’s unknown soldier as well as the Museum of Italian Reunification.
Another reason to visit the Vittoriano is to ride the “Roma del Cielo” elevator to the top of the monument for some of the best views overlooking the city of Rome.
Tours & Tickets
See the sights of Rome on a 2.5-hour small-group sightseeing tour by car or minibus, and then finish with an aperitivo of wine and Italian finger foods in a ... Read more
Location: Rome, Italy
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes (approx.)