Villa Medici is located on the slope of the Roman hill Pincio and is created in the spirit of mannerism. This Villa was the first building of the Medici estate.
MACRO was built on the site of the restored Peroni brewery block. The Museum is closed on Mondays, January 1, May 1, and December 25.
Santa Maria Maggiore is one of the four main basilicas of Rome. This Church has the highest bell tower in Rome, dated 1377.
Trevi fountain – one of the main attractions of the Italian capital, was built in 1762 by the architect Nicola Salvi.
The Colosseum is known as one of the most tremendous structures of the Ancient world that has survived to the present day, and since 2007 it has been included in the list of New wonders of the world.
Translated from Greek, the Pantheon means the temple of all the gods. This architectural monument of Ancient Rome served as a source of inspiration for Michelangelo before his work on St. Peter's Cathedral.