On this map you can see all of the tourist sites of Rome. Here you can see which sights are close to each other and decide which ones to visit. While walking down the streets of Rome, tourists will be able to embark on a journey through time, imagine the glorious times of different Roman Imperators, gladiator fights and crowds in the Coliseum, see beautiful cathedrals, fountains and monuments built during different Popes and finial of Italian unification during the of the Kingdom of Italy.
Most visited sights in Rome are the famous Coliseum, Capitol Hill and Saint Peter’s Cathedral. Apart from these famous attractions, there is also an incredible number of other less popular locations in the Eternal City worth visiting. Rome used to be the cradle of the Roman Empire, an ancient civilization known for its affluence and impressive architectural endeavors that left substantial legacy to the city nowadays. The period of papacy that followed also left its mark in shape of multiple religious buildings, extravagant fountains and city squares, with the aim of developing Rome as world’s religious and cultural capital.
You can zoom in or zoom out the map or you can click on the icons in order to see the name of the attraction and find links that will lead you directly to articles.
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In order to see all of the attractions that draw attention of tourists in Rome, we advise you to open the Map Tool on the page of Rome. This is how you will be able to discover location of sites, museums, most important religious sights, sopping zones etc. that are close to your hotel or close to the attractions you do not want to miss. These maps will help you plan your trip, and decide which attractions you can manage to visit depending on your preferences and time available.