Historical monuments, baroque fountains, modern architecture, lovely streets and pizza shops on every street corner etc. It can take you up to a month to explore Rome.
1. MAXXI – National Museum of 21st Century Art
This beautifully architectural museum is a work of Zaha Hadid. This is a showcase of outstanding architecture and artworks of the city. Also, this is the venue for exhibitions and impressive collections of famous names.
2. Pantheon Temple
Pantheon Temple is one of the first places to visit. And a lot of people will come back again and again for the beautiful architecture and so much to do and the things to explore around it. You should go early in the morning to avoid the crowds so you can enjoy the high-tech look in dome design without being bothered by the noise.
3. Galleria Borghese
This Renaissance villa is one of the most important cultural institutes in Rome. It contains valuable collections of Caravaggio and Canova. Not only attracts tourists by the hours of art, the large campus with fruit trees and flower gardens is also a reason to lure visitors.
4. Trevi fountain
The best tip for a good visit is an evening walk when the noisy crowds of the daytime have subsided, the baroque fountains appear magically in the dim light of the moon and the street lights.
5. Roman square
This large square is located between Venezia square and the Roman arena in the center of Rome. It used to be the center of religion, government and commerce of the old empire and is the address not to be missed of Rome.
6. Museum of Contemporary Art Rome
The modern building of glass and steel opened in 1999. Located in Via Nomentana, the museum is not too crowded but is a favorite destination for art aficionados. There is also an exhibition area for fans of Pink Floyd, as a fun feature in the traditional art scene.