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This is a place where there are sculptures made by Michaelangelo. The hill is a smooth area to provide a beautiful view of Rome. It has people walking, sitting and relaxing around. The guide told us the history of the place. It is a nice...More
One of the Seven Hills of Rome that is home to Vittoriano, Piazza del Campidoglio (and associated museums and buildings), Santa Maria in Aracoeli are some of the attractions to be seen here. It also affords great views of Foro Romano.
Beautiful views and access to National Museum and Basilica. Can easily access from back exit of the Forum. The walk from that side is interesting. That route is a bit longer than directly up the stairs, BUT you do not have to walk up the...More
The view is one of the best in Rome. Would also recommend the Archeological Museum on the hill, not for its exhibits, while it would interest a fan of archeology; but for its joint ticket with the Colosseum, which helps skip the largest contingent of...More
Even if your not interested in the history and architecture there are great views here. Especially towards Forum and Coliseum. Central location, with busy roads nearby, but area is big enough not to interfere. Being a hill, it has steps and steep bits, so may...More
Not just where the Capitoline Museum is, the hill itself is worth the visit. The steps up are lovely, the statue (copy) of Marcus Aurelius is awesome (it changes colour as the sun hits it) and at the back, look out to the Colosseum and...More
Colle Capitolino is a top area to be in. Museums, great buildings, lots of art, lots of people, and importantly, fantastic views over the Roman Forum and other parts of the city. It's a really central location. You can sit down for a rest, or...More
If all roads lead to Rome, then they all end here. Piazza Venezia and the Ancient City are the very epicenter of the Eternal City. Within a 360-degree turn, Roman history unrolls in front of you, from its ancient beginnings to its 21st century transformations. Whether it’s those historical playgrounds known as the Roman and Imperial Forums, or the side-street shops, trattorie, and churches, this
neighbourhood packs a cultural punch and then some. Screaming scooters, battling buses, crazy cars, and lots of foot traffic converge in the area all day long. By dusk, a different vibe emerges as the neighbourhood quiets down. Don't be surprised if you find yourself passing through the Piazza Venezia at least once a day, since it’s the most direct way to get from one side of town to another.