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Piazza del Popolo

Piazza del PopoloNearby City

4.7/53 Reviews
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Square
Trevi Fountain

Trevi FountainNearby City

4.6/51,138 Reviews
Fountain
Sun - Sat 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM (Local time)
Trevi Fountain is also called the "Maiden's Fountain". Actually, most people prefer to call it the "Wishing Well". It is one of the most exquisitely carved works of art in Rome, and a must-see for all visitors. The image of the seahorse in the fountain sculpture is vivid. It's violent expression symbolizes the vagaries of the ocean, and the fantasy of fate. People come here and use their left hands to throw coins over their right shoulders. This is done to show you will return to Rome and find romance. Whether this superstition is true or not, the coin throwing has already become inextricably linked with the fountain. Everyone loves to take pictures of themselves making a wish.
Roman Forum

Roman ForumNearby City

4.5/5547 Reviews
Square
8:30 to 1 hour before sunset; closed on January 1 and December 25 (Local time)
Built in the 7th century BC, the Roman Forum was originally the burial ground of the Etruscans and later expanded into the heart of the Roman Republic. After the 4th century AD, the important position of the Roman Forum was gradually lost until it became a pasture, and a large amount of stone and marble were stolen for the construction of new palaces, churches and monuments. During the Renaissance, people rekindled old love for all classical things, and the square became the focus of attention of artists and architects. Beginning in the 18th century, people began systematically excavating the ruins of the square.
The Mouth of Truth

The Mouth of TruthNearby City

4.3/5365 Reviews
Historical Site
Statue/Sculpture
9:30-16:50 in winter and 9:30-17:50 in summer (Local time)
The mouth of truth is a disc engraved with the head of the sea god, standing on the wall at the end of the main entrance of the main entrance of the Church of Our Lady of Cosmeine, famous for the movie "Roman Holiday". Those who are rumored to lie will be bitten if they put their hands in the mouth of truth. Another way of saying this is that if you put your hand in the mouth of truth, you will remember the name of your lover in the heart. If your hand is not bitten, it means that you are sincere to this love.
Ponte Sant'Angelo

Ponte Sant'AngeloNearby City

4.6/5260 Reviews
Bridge
Open all day (Local time)
The Ponte Sant'Angelo was constructed by the architect Demetriano on the command of the Emperor Hadrian. It was built by the Emperor to reach mausoleum which was located across the Tiber River. This bridge is now known as the Castel Sant'Angelo. During and after the 16th century, the prisoners executed were shown on display along the birdge, which till date exists as a gruesome fact. Over the time, this place has been evolved as a adorable pedestrian bridge, decorated with angels and beautiful arches. Moreover, Ponte offers breath-taking views of the Castle.
Piazza di Spagna

Piazza di SpagnaNearby City

4.5/51,121 Reviews
Square
Open all day (Local time)
The Piazza di Spagna was made famous in the classic movie "Roman Holiday," starring Audrey Hepburn. The plaza is actually not all that large. Most visitors tend to congregate on the plaza steps. If you continue to walk up the steps, you can see the Holy Trinity Church. The church belltower is typical of its gothic design. Stand on the platform in front of the church, and you'll get a view of the entire plaza. In addition, the baroque fountain below the steps - the boat fountain is also very famous.
Piazza Venezia

Piazza VeneziaNearby City

4.5/5756 Reviews
Square
Sun - Sat 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Local time)
Piazza Venezia is a circular plaza in the heart of Rome, modeled after the Piazza San Marco square in Venice. There are many historical buildings around the square, museums and art galleries are within easy reach. It is also an important transportation hub and a must-see for visitors to walk to the Plaza of Spain and the mouth of truth. The Vittoriano Memorial is very eye-catching on the Piazza Venezia and a landmark.
Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore

Basilica di Santa Maria MaggioreNearby City

4.5/580 Reviews
Church
Historical Architecture
Sun - Sat 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM (Local time)
The biggest Roman Catholic Marian Church in Rome, the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore was established under Pope Sixtus III. Since its unique development, it has experienced a kind of few changes and augmentations, however the center of the structure stays flawless. The congregation is commended for the numerous mosaics found inside it, which are of specific notable worth, as they speak to one of the principal known cases of the Virgin Mary's portrayal in Late Antiquity. The Crypt of the Nativity is likewise found inside the congregation's walls, and the Oratory of the Nativity rests underneath the congregation's sacred place.
St. Peter's Square

St. Peter's SquareNearby City

4.6/5530 Reviews
Square
Open all day (Local time)
St. Peter's Square is located directly in front of St. Peter's Basilica. Laid out in the 17th century, it is a gathering place for Christians. Standing in this grand square, even if you are not a christian it's hard not to be awestruck by its grandeur. Many sculptures, all of religious figures, stand atop a colonnade surrounding the square, which was completed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini and his students. At the center of the square stands an obelisk that originally stood at Heliopolis, but was later ordered to be brought to Rome by the emperor Caligula. At the top of the obelisk there was once a gilt ball that was said to contain the ashes of Julius Caesar.
Piazza del Campidoglio

Piazza del CampidoglioNearby City

4.4/5123 Reviews
Square
Open all day (Local time)
 Located between the Palazzo Senatorio and the Capitoline Museums, the Piazza del Campidoglio is a square planned by Michelangelo and Pope Paul III in as early as 1536, built in an effort to impress Charles V during his visit to Rome. The square is significant, facing away from the Roman Forum and turning instead to the city's Papal center, a sign of the new Rome. Most of the actual construction occurred after Michelangelo's lifetime, and the Piazza was finally complete in the 17th century.