Top 10 Rome Tourist Attractions 2019

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Rome is the capital of Italy and is located at the centre of western peninsula of Italy. Exclusive traditions, parks, villas, buildings, monuments, museums and many other attractions keep tourists busy for many days.

To make it easier for tourists, we have listed top 10 destinations below –

  1. Colosseum

This shows the talent of Roman architecture where people celebrated their culture in those times through gladiator games. It can support a crowd of 5000 people who used to come down to watch a deadly fight among men and ferocious beasts. You can get entry ticket online which is valid for two days and will also allow you to view Arch of Constantine, Palatine Hill and nearby Forum.

  • Roman Forum

In Roman civilization before 7th Century B.C., the Forum was considered an area perfect for celebrations, rituals, funerals and festivals. This huge grassland lost its glory after 7th Century. Later, by 20th Century excavations were done to bring out some lost history from it. Those who wish you visit this place can take a tour guide or a map to explore the area. Later, you can visit the Palatine Hall as well.

  • Pantheon

Pantheon’s architecture has been copied by many architects around the world. It looks like a dome pointing towards the sky with a hole of 27 foot in the centre. It is a Roman Temple that was built in 27 B.C. When the dome was damaged in a fire. It was renovated in the 2nd Century A.D. and there were designated tombs for artists, kings, painters and other elite people.

  • Vatican City

Vatican City has its own entity with different flag, stamps and coins. They have their own army that protects the Pope and citizens. The first attraction in this city is the St. Peter’s Square that was planned by Bernini. Later you can visit St. Peter’s Basilica if you are dressed decently. Apart from visiting Vatican walls, and Museums that contain historical sculptures and paintings, you can view the city from roof top.

  • Piazza Navona

If you wish to relax at a public square in a cafe or a restaurant, then this is the place. There are three fountains in total, out of which Bernini’s Fountain is the most admired one because it also has four statues depicting different rivers.

  • Trevi Fountain

Also known as wish fountain has God Neptune in the centre riding his sea horse chariot which is shaped as shell. If your aim is good, then drop one coin in the Trevi fountain and make your wish.

  • Galleria Borghese

It speaks of art from every corner. The huge garden and the outside and inside walls all are sculptured by Raphael, Caravaggio, Rubens, Correggio, Bernini, Daphne and Apollo. It is wise to make pre-reservations as tickets aren’t easily available since they allow only 360 visitors in every two hours.

  • Capuchin Crypt

Many tourists might not like the view of dead people’s remaining all over the walls. However, in Capuchin Crypt, the display of skulls as well as bones, celebrate and denote the life of Capuchin religious orders of men. They are displayed in a glass and interpret the teachings of eternity, good and bad.

  • Castel Sant’Angelo

The Fortress was made by Emperor Hadrian near Tiber River to rest with family. Since it is at the top, hence it gives a splendid vision of the city. Later it was utilized for military base and then as prisoner. Now there are architects revealing the Rome’s history.

  1. Spanish Steps

These steps are lengthiest and widest stairs which has the famous Barcaccia fountain at the beginning of stairs and Trinita dei Monti church at the top. If you’re in no hurry, then relax in between somewhere and watch the beautiful city.

There are still many more attractions to visit. To get more details, you can visit website:  http://www.tripindicator.com/tours/rome/best-colosseum-vatican-museums-guided-tour-tickets-sights-open-bus-florence-tuscany-day-trips.html. They have detailed version of tour packages which is not only reasonable, but it also lets you know various site seeing places.

Such websites good sources of information on any tourist destination. They not only tell you about attractions, but provide detailed information on travelling, packaging, booking and sightseeing. Next time when you plan to visit Rome do ensure to visit these remarkable places to understand the history of Roman civilization.