When in Rome see the spectacular Coliseum also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre. The Colosseum is the largest aphitheatre ever built and is quite a wonder to view.
The Pantheon is your next stop, a former Roman temple which is now a church. Don't forget to stop and see the Ara Pacis, an altar dedicated to the Roman goddess of Peace, Pax. Go to Vatican City, a city-state in the middle of Rome and home to the Roman Catholic Church. At Vatican City you can experience the awe-inspiring St. Peter's Basilica along with the church's incredible art collection.
Next see the gorgeous art at these small Roman museums: the Palazzi Barberini, Spada, and Villa Borghese.For a pleasant walk see the three beautiful churches Chiesa Nuova, San Andrea della Valle and Il Gesu. The Trevi Fountain is still amazing to see, as are the grand palazzi of the the Doria-Pamphilj and the Venezia. And don't miss the exquisitely beautiful architecture of San Carlo all Quattro Fontane and Sant Ivo, both designed by Borromini.
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