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Colosseo - Palatino - Fori- Campidoglio

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Fori Imperiali
Via dei Fori Imperiali

At the end of the Republican Age, when Rome had become the capital of a vast empire stretching from Gaul to Asia Minor, the old

Clivo di Venere Felice

Those of you who have already visited the Capitoline Museums will certainly have admired the fragment of the colossal statue of Emperor Constantine.

Piazza del Campidoglio

Built on the ruins of the Temple of Juno Moneta in the 6th century, the Basilica of Santa Maria in Aracoeli stands on the highest peak of the Capitol Hill.

Piazza del Colosseo

The construction of the largest amphitheater of the Roman Empire was started by Vespasian in 72 AD.

Piazza di Santa Maria Nova, 53

Formerly a swampy area, only from the end of the seventh century BC with the reclamation of the valley, the Roman Forum slowly began to become the centre of public life for over a

Le Terrazze del Vittoriano
Via di San Pietro in Carcere

Few words can adequately describe the simply breathtaking view which may be enjoyed from the Terrace of the Quadrigas on top of the Monument to Victor Emamuel II, the Vittoriano or the Altar of the

Musei Capitolini
Via delle Tre Pile, 1


Piazza del Campidoglio
Piazza del Campidoglio

While being the lowest and smallest of the seven hills of Rome (The Aventino, Capitoline, Caeline, Esquiline, Palatine, Quirinale, Viminale), the Capitoline is per

Scalinata dell’Ara Coeli
Scala dell'Arce Capitolina

The steps of the Church of Santa Maria d’Aracoeli were constructed in 1348 as an expression of the people’s thanks for the end of a plague.

Here the real taste may be savoured of ancient Rome: old monuments, mesmerizing ruins covering an area stretching from the Colosseum to Campidoglio.

Centre stage is undoubtedly dominated by the impressive Colosseum. Rome’s most important symbol which each year attracts thousands of visitors. So as to avoid long queues, we suggest purchasing a Roma Passwhich gives free priority admission to two monument-museums of your choice.

However the area surrounding the Flavian Amphitheatre also offers a great deal that is definitely not to be missed: the Palatine, where the first chapter of the history of Rome was written with Romulus’ killing of his brother Remus; the Roman Forum, the administrative, civic and business centre of ancient Rome and the Imperial Forum, built by various emperors when the old forum proved too cramped.

Above the Forums rises one of the seven hills of Rome, the Campidoglio. Highly significant from both a political and religious perspective, today it serves as the city hall, the offices of the Mayor of Rome.

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