Rome

Rome Attractions

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Capri

The 'Pearl of the Mediterranean', Capri is located on the south side of the Gulf of Naples. Retrace the steps of film stars and Caesars on this magical island ...  Read more

Colosseum

The Colosseum in Rome is one of the world's best known sites from antiquity (for something built in 80 AD, the Colosseum is holding up very well). It was here ...  Read more

Pantheon

The Pantheon in Rome is a remarkable building architecturally. Basically a cylinder with the floating dome on top of columns, it is the largest masonry vault ...  Read more

Pompeii

Pompeii has attracted tourists from all over the world since its ruins were discovered in the 19th century. Once a vibrant port full of wealthy Romans with a ...  Read more

Roman Forum

In Ancient Rome, the Forum was the centre of the Roman Empire. Until the 4th century AD, a thousand years of decisions affecting the future of Europe were ...  Read more

Save 40% in Rome

HURRY! Book by August 14th, 2014 to save 40% on select tours in Rome. This exclusive offer applies to all departure times and dates through December 31st, ...  Read more

Sistine Chapel

The world-famous Sistine Chapel is inside the Pope's residence in the Vatican. Part of its fame is directly related to the papacy: The Sistine Chapel is where ...  Read more

Tivoli - Hadrian's Villa and Villa d'Este

Villa d'Este, in the town of Tivoli east of Rome, is a beautiful garden and palace complex that's listed on UNESCO's World Heritage List. The villa was built ...  Read more

Trevi Fountain

The Trevi Fountain is one of the most famous and most beloved sights in Rome. A huge Baroque flurry (85 by 65 feet or 25 by 20 meters) where water spills from ...  Read more

Vatican

The popes were among the very first royalty to open their vast art collections to public viewing. Pope Julius II (1443 - 1513) began collecting sculpture ...  Read more

Cinque Terre

For travelers who consider themselves to be hiking specialists, a trip to Italy’s Cinque Terre is well worth your time. ‘Five Towns’ in English, this ...  Read more

Ancient Ostia

Ostia was the port city of ancient Rome. Once a thriving city of around 60,000 people, today it gives an excellent look into ancient lives with docks, ...  Read more

Ancient Rome

The heart of Roman civilization, which once included some 80 million inhabitants, has now been reduced to a series of important ruins in the center of the ...  Read more

Assisi & Orvieto

The jewels in the crown of Umbria are the small but perfectly formed walled hill towns of Assisi and Orvieto. Forever entwined with the name of St Francis, ...  Read more

Aventine Hill

Aventine Hill is one of Rome’s famous seven hills. It’s the southernmost hill, located on the eastern bank of the Tiber River. This hill is important in the ...  Read more

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