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The scale of this structure is simply impressive. It is worth a visit (free of charge). You can climb the steps and experience the museum inside and even take the elevator to the very top (10 euros) to see fantastic views of the city. The...More
Not so popular gem with fantastic view! We discovered it while the countless walking explorations around Rome and i was surprised wasn't so popular to the reccomended visits. Has a lot of stairs and you can access it ftill below the top roof(you pay entrance...More
This place did not come up in our three day schedule but it caught our eyes from far away so we checked it out and were happy we did.This building is for me what Rome stands for, eye for beauty and priority for aesthetics. Visit...More
This place just appeared in front of us whilst out walking! It has been criticised for its size, colour & the fact it was built on a previous medieval neighbourhood. It’s nicknames include ‘wedding cake’, ‘dentures ‘ & ‘trifle’, but we were amazed by it....More
My mom and I accidentally discovered this one day, after walking back from Isola Tiberina. We could see it at quite a distance - it's hard to miss! We had no idea what it was until the description of 'White Wedding Cake' popped into my...More
What an amazing piece of architecture this is! We first visited in the night and it is beautifully lit, you can see it from near the Colosseum. The fountains and statues are beautiful and it wasn’t too busy at night, we also went the following...More
This museum complex in the II Vittoriano regularly hosts exhibitions. We took the elevator to the top of the monument for panoramic views of the city. Entry to the monument is free but there is a charge for the elevator.