SURROUNDINGS

  • Piazza Venezia

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    Piazza Venezia is located at the foot of the Campidoglio, where five of the major streets in the capital meet.

    1.700 metres – 20 minute walk

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  • Colosseo

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    The Colosseum is the largest amphitheatre in the world and is an international symbol of Rome and one of the symbols of Italy.

    2.700 metres – 32 minute walk

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  • Piazza del Popolo

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    Built on behalf of the Pope centuries ago, it was once the setting for festivals as well as executions.

    150 metres – 2 minute walk

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  • Ara Pacis

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    Ara Pacis is an altar dedicated by Augusto to Peace and is located in an area dedicated to the celebration of victories.

    500 metres. – 6 minute walk

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  • Piazza di Spagna

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    Famous Rome piazza that gets its name from the Spanish building, home of the Iberian embassy to the Holy See.

    800 metres – 9 minute wak

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  • Castel Santangelo

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    Castel Sant’Angelo, also called Adrian’s Mausoleum, is a Rome monument, summer residence of the Pope

    1.600 metres – 19 minute walk

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  • Vatican City

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    Vatican City is the smallest independent state in the world both in size and population. Home of the Holy See.

    1.900 metres – 20 minute walk

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  • Trevi Fountain

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    The Trevi Fountain is the largest in Rome and is considered one of the most famous and most beautiful fountains in the world.

    1.400 metres – 16 minute walk

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  • Pantheon

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    The Pantheon is an antique Roman building, a temple dedicated to all past, present and future deities.

    1.300 metres – 14 minute walk

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  • Piazza Navona

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    Piazza Navona is one of the most famous piazzas in Rome, built by the Pamphili family for Pope Innocent X.

    1.200 metres – 14 minute walk

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  • Imperal Fora

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    The Imperial Fora are a series of monumental piazzas built over a century and a half in the heart of the city.

    2.000 metres – 25 minute walk

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  • Borghese Gallery

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    The Borghese gallery holds works by Bernini, Bronzino, Canova, Caravaggio, Raffaello, Rubens, and Tiziano.

    2.000 metres – 25 minute walk

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