11. The Pantheon
Constructed by the Emperor Hadrian from 119 to 128 AD, the Pantheon is an architectural marvel. The temple was initially constructed as a monument for ancient deities and today serves as the resting place for the artist Raphael and Italy’s first president. The building still retains its original bronze doors.
10. The Capitoline
The Capitoline museums are housed in twin palaces and constitute the oldest public art display in the world. The collection was opened to the public in 1734 and contains famous works by Titian, Caravaggio, Tintoretto, Bernini, and Veronese.
9. Villa Borghese Gardens
With all of the excitement in the city, taking a break every now and then for a relaxing stroll can be a blessing. In the gardens, children and adults alike can walk, ride ponies, and feed the many turtles that can be found in the pond.
8. Trevi Fountain
Whether admiring the beauty of the fountain or tossing a coin in while making a wish, everyone can find something to enjoy at the Trevi fountain. Tucked away in a modest little piazza, the beautiful cascading water and gorgeous architecture are sure to entrance you.
7. Roman Forum
If you enjoy the Colosseum, the Roman Forum is a must. Located at the center of the city, the Forum contains many of Rome’s ancient government buildings and temples. If you can, take a guided tour to best enjoy all the important history that transpired on those very grounds.