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Ancient Ostia

The beautifully preserved ruins of Ancient Ostia lie twenty miles from Rome, ...

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Appian Way

Engineered in the 5th century B.C., it was the widest and largest road ...

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Campo De' Fiori

Today, what remains of Campo de' Fiori with our Rome wheelchair users ...

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Located in the archaeological heart of the city of Rome, the Flavian Amphitheater, ...

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Etrurian Museum

Near Villa Borghese, a few hundred meters from the National Gallery of ...

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Hadrian's Villa

Ordered by Emperor Hadrian as his residence from 117 AC, the villa was built ...

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Navona Square

Navona Square, the most beautiful baroque square of Rome, occupying the ...

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In the center of Rome, not far from Navona Square, lies the majestic Pantheon. ...

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Quintili's Villa

These grandiose ruins are spread over such a vast area that the late XVIII century ...

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Spanish Steps

Beautiful background to Via dei Condotti, Piazza di Spagna is one of the most famous ...

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St Peter's Church

The great St Peter's Basilica, the most important of the Christian world, ...

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Strolling through the heart of Rome, one is struck by the magic that runs ...

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Trevi Fountain

The Trevi Fountain is certainly the most spectacular and the most famous among ...

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Vatican Museum

The first public museum in the world, was founded by Pope Sixtus IV who ...

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Villa D'Este

Villa D'Este, masterpiece of the Italian Garden, is one of the sites included in UNESCO. ...

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Villa of Maxentius

Between the second and third mile of the Appian Way it extends one of the ...

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