This is one of my favourite places for a trip outside Rome. It's a massive archeological site of what used to be the main port for the imperial city. It is huge, well preserved and is wonderful to stroll around for hours or a full day. With the ruins of ancient Roman theatres, bars and warehouses it has little to envy Pompeii or Herculaneum even though it is far less well known. It's very easy to get to by train from the Porta San Paolo station next to Piramide metro stop, and alternatively you used to be able to get a boat ride down there on the Tiber from the centre of Rome, though I'm not sure if that still goes.
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