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St. Peter's Basilica Vatican City 2.1 mi away
#1 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Vatican City
Great guided tour of the Vatican museum and Basilica and St. Peter square steeped in history and some amazingly beautiful pictures by Michael Angelo and Raffael this is a world sight to defiantly visit, extremely...
... it is different feeling inside the church ; stunning church ; extremely rich with history and architecture ; it is magnificent ; highly spiritual ; your soul will fly ; once I am inside I forgot the long Que a...
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#1 of 1,406 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
Fantastic mosaics, marble statues masterpieces, great ceiling,....and the most important is crowned and precious stones inlaid picture of Virgin Mary with Jesus above the main altar.
Superb 13th century mosaics, magnificent marble work, lavish Renaissance coffered ceiling, Baroque domes and chapels, beautiful Gothic tomb room.
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Colosseum Rome 0.9 mi away
#3 of 1,406 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
This is truly a wonderful place to visit, we did a guided tour with Roberto and it was fantastic, the guide was informative and you could really feel the history of the gladiators here, it was really great experie...
Amazing place, well worth a visit, stunning views, must do a tour to hear the information, worth doing an early visit, skip the line tour, and if possible the Forum afterwards which is also pretty awe inspiring!
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Roman Forum Rome 0.9 mi away
#4 of 1,406 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
We loved our visit to the ruins of the Roman Forum where we saw the square, the markets, the Temples of Romulus, Saturn, Vesta, Vespasian and Titus, the Arch of Septimus Severus, Basilica Iulia and the house where...
This area of Forum Romanum included a large number of temples, basilicas and arches, in the heart of Rome ; today you can admire the ruins, columns and arches of an architectural masterworks of a past time of glor...
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Palatine Hill Rome 0.9 mi away
#5 of 1,406 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
We really could have stayed here all day, done it on a guided tour which I think is a must, so many fascinating stories with the ruins, but the downside is you have to move on with the group, fantastic trip, unfor...
We also visited the Arch of Constantine, Circus Maximus, Colosseum, Orange and Rose Garden, Roman Forum, Santa Maria's Church and it's Bocca della Verita wall sculpture and Trajan's Column.
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Sistine Chapel Vatican City 2.1 mi away
#2 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Vatican City
The paintings inside the chapel are amazing and overwhelming , although its restored to the past glory the paintings are adorable and i was just spell bound gazing at the marvelous intricate paintings of Michelang...
The Vatican museums can be overwhelming due to the amount of art and artifacts that you see, but you must take your time in the Sistine Chapel...look up and marvel at Michelangelo's back-breaking masterpiece.
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#1 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Ravenna
Begun in the early 6th century, this Basilica is one of the best and most important examples of early Roman architecture then becoming Christian Byzantine architecture, with an octagonal plan, flying buttresses su...
Th mosaics are absolutely beautiful and in perfect condition.The ceilings and walls are covered with religious scenes dating back centuries and you can only stand back in awe infront of such beauty.
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#10 of 1,406 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
San Paul cathedral outside the wall is a large and beautiful church, sadly often missed by tourists.It has beautiful mosaics and the Sarkophage of San Paul, the cloister is also worth seeing.Tourist stand in line...
At a distance you will notice the beautiful golden Mosaics adorning the facade as well as the very large garden and colonnade with 150 columns and a statue of St. Paul in the center.
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Bunker Soratte Sant'Oreste 23.1 mi away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Sant'Oreste
Our guide and President of the Associazione Bunker Soratte, Gregory who is very knowledgeable and passionate about the subject, gave us an excellent tour of the place in English.
Really knowledgeable and passionate guide provided history about the bunker's use during both ww2 and the cold war.
#1 of 112 Sights & Landmarks in Modena
The owner Davide gave us an excellent insight into the authenticity of traditional balsamic vinegar of Modena and the staged controlled processes and ingredients which earn this product its exclusive certification.
It turned out to be a real gem - we had a really interesting and fun tour with Nicolina, learned a lot about different types of vinegar and the production process for the authentic traditional ("DOP") type made by...
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Palazzo Farnese Caprarola 32.3 mi away
#1 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Caprarola
The pentagonal Palazzo Farnese is a masterpiece of Renaissance architecture which deserves to be much better known, with its lavish frescoes by leading artists and a staircase which is usually included in lists of...
As other reviews will tell you, this is a 16th century architectural masterpiece: a round courtyard surrounded by a pentagonal building, with amazing wall and ceiling frescos, including the stunning map room.
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Villa d'Este Tivoli 16.0 mi away
#1 of 36 Sights & Landmarks in Tivoli
You must discover the Roman countryside with its perfect mix of history and nature as you wander around the stunning gardens and fountains and explore 2 UNESCO World Heritage sites, Villa d'Este and Hadrian's Villa.
Wonderful evening, visited at 5:30pm, the light was awesome, the old building kept nice paintings and the garden is full of incredible compositions of fountains, statues, old trees and wonderful views on the valley.
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#22 of 1,406 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
Take an impressive tour of Rome underground and learn about how the rich and wealthy lived in Ancient Rome, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to feel Ancient Rome come alive!!! VISIT!
The excavations are amazing, and the reconstruction work,through light and with an excellent narration in different languages, makes the visit a must!
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Bunker Villa Ada Savoia Rome 1.5 mi away
#26 of 1,406 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
#3 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Ravenna
Admittance is included in the combo ticket, which is valid for seven days, for the Basilica di San Vitale, Basilica di S. Apollinare Nuovo, Neonian Baptistery, and Archiepiscopal Museum and Chapel of San Andrea.
The building is a testament to the turbulent history of Ravenna's rulers, first the Arians, and then the victorious Orthodox Christians, who removed much of the mosaic work that celebrated the reign of Theodoric.
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Palazzo Chigi di Ariccia Rome 15.5 mi away
#30 of 1,406 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
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Domus Aurea Rome 0.8 mi away
#31 of 1,406 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
... a knowledgible guide who provides commentaries and historical perspectives, as well as a 7-minutes 3-D show which help the visitors to visualize the grand layout and magnitude of this tremendous Nero project!
If you love archaeology and Ancient Rome is your thing, and if you are lucky enough to visit Rome over the course of a weekend then please do make sure you book for a guided visit of Domus Aurea.
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#4 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Ravenna
Above the marble panels, the mosaics are splendid with gorgeous colours and patterns, figures of saints and angels and in the dome, Christ being baptised.
The Neonian Baptistery, also called the Baptistery of the Orthodox, is located in Ravenna walking distance from Galla Placida and San Vitale Basilica (also near Dante's tomb) Monument dates back to the fifth century.
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#6 of 211 Sights & Landmarks in Bologna
A wonderful place to visit in Bologna.The atmosphere is a bit cosy.Besides the churches, you can find many beautiful palaces from the square.This is a lovely square with attractive arched walkways on the street.
The Piazza Santo Stafano is probably the most beautiful piazza (town square) in Bologna as it is situated before th church of Santo Stefano and the arches (portici) around the square are among the mos tbeautiful i...
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Altare Della Patria Rome 0.9 mi away
#35 of 1,406 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
This tourist attraction is at Piazza Venezia in Rome.. which is surrounded by lots of amazing sights including churches, ancient ruins and also a short walk from the Colosseum.
This is one of my absolute favourite monuments in Rome and I was very pleasantly surprised to find out that the section that contains the tomb of the unknown soldier is free to visit, with a video from the time of...
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#9 of 211 Sights & Landmarks in Bologna
... is a place bounded by architectural and historical beauty - Fontana del Nettuno, Palazzo Comunale, Palazzo d' Accursio, Palazzo Re Enzo, Palazzo dei Banchi, and of course, the beautiful Basilica di San Petronio.
Major sights such as the Gymnasium library of the University; elegant caffes where you can sit all day (caffe de Duca di Malta is a favoriate) Most weekends, there is music or chocolate festivals or dancing -- and...
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Villa Farnesina Rome 1.6 mi away
#41 of 1,406 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
... expert on the property as well as recreations of the Roman villa Farnesina which occupied the site in ancient times (you can see the remains of the Roman Villa in the Palazzo Massimo of the Roman National Museum.
We were escorted by our guide to this beautiful museum in the Trastevere area of Rome, and what a pleasant surprise, to see the wonderful murals of Raffaelo covering every wall and most of the ceilings.
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#10 of 211 Sights & Landmarks in Bologna
Amazing church with a very long aisle and 2 really lovely side chapels one dedicated to Our Lady of the Rosary with the other to San Domenico Beautiful frescoes and paintings on the walls and ceilings make it wort...
Bologna , is truly beautiful and although there aren't as many sites to see the city has gems like the wonderful Basillica di San Domenico , make sure to visit when in Bologna
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#42 of 1,406 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
Easy to access by bus 118 which takes you from Piazza Venezia or the Colosseum right to the door - on Sundays the bus takes a slightly different route through central Rome, but you can catch it from Circo Massimo...
The villa included extensive thermae fed by its own aqueduct, and, what was even more unusual, a hippodrome, which dates to the fourth century, when the villa was Imperial property.
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#11 of 211 Sights & Landmarks in Bologna
It is a bit complicated to find the viewing terras, which is inside the hospital but the views over Bologna are worth it.
At the top is the complex which includes a beautiful church inside a plain exterior.
#45 of 1,406 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
... is a huge statue of Castor and Pollux, copies in classical Greek statues and brought here by pope Sixtus V in the sixteenth century; In this past time the Palazzo was the official summer residence of the Popes.
beauty and elegance of the previous room take the long tour!
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Colle Capitolino Rome 0.9 mi away
#48 of 1,406 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
The center of ancient Roman empire with the Forum off to one side and the new Renaissance Rome defined by Michelangelo's design for Piazza del Campidoglio facing towards the Vatican off the other side of the hill.
One of the Seven Hills of Rome that is home to Vittoriano, Piazza del Campidoglio (and associated museums and buildings), Santa Maria in Aracoeli are some of the attractions to be seen here.
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#51 of 1,406 Sights & Landmarks in Rome
The sarcophagus of Saint Catherine of Siena sits peacefully beneath the High Altar amidst beautiful frescoes and magnificent works of art by Michelangelo and Bernini.
... Angelico (just next to Michelangelo's statue), the Carafa Chapel with its series of 15th century frescoes (on the right side of the main altar), the Capranica Chapel, and the tomb of Saint Catherine of Sienna ...
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Rocchetta Mattei Grizzana Morandi
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Grizzana Morandi
Also, it might be worth scheduling a day trip or a weekend in the area specifically to go and visit this unique castle-like mansion (there are also many magnificent little villages and churches and natural sites a...
Just a beauty - it's full of symbols, ornaments, mauretian architecture and amazing stories.
Villa Adriana Tivoli 14.5 mi away
#2 of 36 Sights & Landmarks in Tivoli
Only one fifth has been excavated and the ruins you see show just what a Roman Emperor had ....small baths, large bath houses with intricate mosaic floors, a burial area for Hadrian’s favorite, large pools with sp...
Hadrian's Villa is a vast area of land with many pools, baths, fountains and classical Greek architecture set in what would have been a mixture of landscaped gardens, wilderness areas and cultivated farmlands.
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