Not many cities evoke the sheer amazement and wonder of Rome. Ancient history, religious figures and unparalleled art are around every corner. With so much to see and admire, the real challenge is to fit it all in your itinerary. . . To give you a hand, here’s few of the jewels of Rome you should definitely see! 

Colosseum The Colosseum, Rome

The Colosseum is a monument which represents raw and merciless power, and yet it remains the most thrilling of Rome’s ancient sights. It’s not just about the size or the beauty but the sense of violent history which still speaks. Indeed, it was at the Colosseum that the gladiators fought to death and where condemned prisoners fought wild beasts in front of crowds. And now, more than two thousands years later, the Colosseum stands as the pride of Italy, pulling between 16,000 to 19,000 people on an average day. 

St. Peter’s Basilica 

In this Vatican City, there are many astounding churches, but St. Peter Basilica out dazzles them all. Standing tall and looking majestic, it is a monument which have braved centuries. On a crowded day, you can find yourself around 20,000 visitors. Make sure to dress correctly when visiting as St. Peter Basilica remains an ancient church. 

Museo e Galleria Borghese 

If you have to pick just one art gallery to visit in Rome, make it Museo e Galleria Borghese. This art gallery remains exquisite as well as provides the best introduction to Renaissance and baroque art, without it being too much. Make sure to pre-book your visit ! 

Museo e Galleria Borghese

Foro Romano 

Once an ancient showpiece centre, For Romano is now a sprawl of ruins. However, it remains a grandiose district of temples, basilicas and vibrant public spaces. This site was first constructed as a burial ground. . . and it was developed in the 7th century to become a political, social and commercial hub of the Roman Empire. The magnificent sights include Arco di Settimio Severo, the Curia, the Tempio di Saturno and the Arco di Tito. 

Platine Hill 

Caught in between the Circo Massimo and the Roman  Fora, the Palatino (Platine Hill) is an atmospheric area of towering pine trees, memorable views and majestic ruins. As per ancient legends, Romulus killed his twin at Platine Hill and founded Rome in 753 BC. 

It cannot be denied that Rome’s architecture goes above and beyond. This kind of construction is seen in cities all around the world, influencing the shape of landscapes and societies even now. . . So, Rome’s worth a trip if beauty is what you’re looking to discover. Plus, you can use the services of to store your luggage while you have a wonderful experience of Rome.