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    Add to the above the coloseum, Spanish steps, the catacombs, the major churches: Maria maggiore, St. John Lateran Cathedral about 7 years ago

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    Definitely the Pantheon and the Colosseum! Both breathtaking in age and beauty. about 7 years ago

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    St Peter in chains to see Michelangelo's Moses. Simp,y awesome. about 7 years ago

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    Piazza Navona.Forum Romano. about 7 years ago

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    Just wander around Rome & see the fountains, sculpture etc. And eat! Recs at http://traveleater.wordpress.com/rome-italy/. Don't miss the Parthenon - gorgeous. about 7 years ago

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    Definitely the colosseum. Amazing about 7 years ago

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    Colosium about 7 years ago

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    Visit a not wellknown place called "cimitero dei frati cappuccini" near to piazza barberini: Underground priests cemetery made of skulls and bones. Then go to the a-catholic cemetery near "piramide cestia" where keats and shelley were buried. Also you can visit "giardino degli aranci" on Aventino hill; nearby you can find a big door. From the key hole of this big closed door you can see san pietro!! So amazing! about 7 years ago

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    The Colosseum....whatever else you might or might not get a chance to visit, the Colosseum is a must. If you've seen gladiator, you'll know what i'm talking about !! over 5 years ago

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    I hope you are including St. Peter's Basilica along with the Vatican. There are early entrance tours of the Vatican that are a bit pricey, but well worth it. We used Livitaly. You go directly to the Sistine Chapel, before it is open to the public. There were a total of 20-25 people - much, much better than a previous shoulder to shoulder experience!! There were just the 2 of us w/the guide, & she made all the difference, pointing out things we would never had spotted. (Check out the tapestry of the Last Supper where Jesus is serving pork!). The tour included St. Peter's which, of course, is huge & overwhelming - much better with a guide.
    I agree the Colisseum is a must, as are other recommendations. There is an app called Hidden Gems of Rome that has some off the beaten path ideas, some of which were mentioned.
    We just got back from Rome & Venice -- incredible!! Have a great trip. over 5 years ago

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    The rest of roma,its all amazing!!! over 5 years ago

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    Villa Borghesse. But you have to book in advance. You'll be allocated an entrance time. over 5 years ago

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    The Pantheon was incredible. It's a must! over 5 years ago

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