Rome is the city of ancient sights, ancient and modern monuments, important cathedrals and churches, and so much more. We selected the most important tourist sights of Rome so that you will spend less time planning your visit and more time enjoying what Rome has to offer. On this page you will be able to see the full list of the most well-known tourist attractions of Rome. The list is interactive and your votes are the only criteria we use for rating the attractions.
Capitoline Hill in Rome is one o the famous hills of the city, which history is intertwined with the history of Roman Empire and its most famous events. Therefore, the story of this famous hill will amaze you, while its modern look will impress you. Every story about this hills is at the same time a historical fact which brings alive an era and thus definitely worth reading.
Piazza del Popolo or People’s Square is one of the stunning city squares in Rome. This ellipsoid piazza is surrounded by three churches, it has an Egyptian obelisk in the middle of it and a belvedere that offers an amazing view of the city bellow.
Piazza Venezia is a beautiful and breathtaking square on which the colossal white marble monument called Vittoriano is located, both of which end up on most of the tourists’ photos. Vittoriano is not just a monument, inside the structure there is a museum and the terraces of the monument offer one of the most beautiful views of the city.
It is one of the most well-known city squares in the city. This piazza is a testimonial of all the historical changes that happened in the city. It went through many transformations, from the ancient roman stadium to one of the most visited touristic sites of the city.
Piazza Campo de’ Fiori or The Square of Flowers is a quite untypical city square in Rome. It is unique because there is not a single church on it. This square was a place for religious executions where even philosopher and monk Giordano Bruno was burned alive. Today, this square is a gathering place for many tourists, where there is also an open market every day. On this market you can buy typical Italian products, however since the square is so popular among the tourists, be aware that the prices are quite high.