TOP 10 Things to do in ROME

TOP 10 Things to do in ROME


In this video you’ll see 10 best
places to visit in Rome plus two bonus tips at the end of the video. And don’t forget to like this video
and subscribe to our channel. The suggestions are based
on our several exciting trips to Rome. Here are our top 10 picks. Number 1: Circus Maximus Circus Maximus is an ancient Roman
chariot racing Stadium and mass entertainment venue. It was the first and largest stadium
in ancient Rome. It could accommodate over
150,000 spectators. The site is now a public park. Number 2: Colosseum Colosseum is the largest amphitheater ever built and it’s made of concrete and stone. Construction was completed in the year 80.
It was designed to accommodate an estimated 80,000 visitors. It was used for
gladiatorial contests, public spectacles, animal hunts, executions, reenactments
of famous battles and dramas based on classical mythology. Earthquakes over
time caused great damage to the structure Number 3: Roman Forum Roman Forum is a forum surrounded by the ruins of several important ancient government
buildings right next to the Colosseum. Forum was the center of day-to-day life
in Rome, for example, elections, processions, criminal trials, public speeches
and commercial affairs were held there. The Roman Forum developed
organically over many centuries. Number 4: Altar of the Fatherland Altar of the Fatherland is a monument built in honor
of the first king of unified Italy, Victor Emmanuel. This largest monument in Rome was controversial since its construction
destroyed a large part of the hill and the medieval neighborhood.
The terrace of the building offers an amazing panoramic view of Rome. Number 5: Pantheon Pantheon is a former Roman temple
and is now a church. It is the best preserved ancient Roman monument. The word Pantheon is a Greek
adjective meaning “honor all gods”. The Occulus in the center of the building is
the main source of natural light. It truly is a majestic building. Number 6: Trevi Fountain Trevi Fountain is one of the most
famous fountains in the world. The legend says that whoever
drinks the water from the fountain or throws a coin in it,
will ensure his return to Rome. No wonder we were in Rome all the time. Number 7: Spanish Steps Spanish steps are a monumental stairway
of 135 steps that were built in the 18th century by a French diplomat who wanted
to connect Spanish Embassy and the Trinita de Monte church. As the widest stairway in Europe it quickly became one of the major Roman attractions. Every spring part of the steps are covered in flowers. Number 8: Villa Borghese Villa Borghese is a landscape garden containing several buildings and villas,
museums and other attractions. In 1605 they began turning this former vineyard
into extensive gardens. The park was remade to its current form
in the 19th century in English style. The city of Rome later bought the property
and turned it into a public park Number 9: Castle Sant’Angelo Castle Sant’Angelo was initially commissioned
by the Roman Emperor Hadrian as the mausoleum for himself and his family. This extraordinary round-shaped building was
later used by the Popes as a fortress and a castle and is now a museum. It lays just outside Vatican City. Number 10: Vatican Although Vatican City is an
independent state since 1929 it is located within Rome. Vatican has been the residence of the Pope since 1377. Don’t forget to visit Saint Peter’s
Square and Basilica If you want to see the Vatican Museums
where you’ll also see the Sistine Chapel, be sure to enter from a different street. It is absolutely worth seeing. Number 11: Piazza Navona Whoa, wait, aren’t you guys doing TOP 10? Yeah, true, but since Rome is such a special place
it deserves one more Piazza Navona is a square
located in the heart of Rome It is built on Dominitian’s ancient stadium
and it’s surrounded by beautiful renaissance and baroque buildings and
it features magnificent fountains. And here are the two bonus tips that we promised. Bonus number 1: Pyramid of Cestius Did you know that Rome has its own pyramid? Over 2,000 years old pyramid of Cestius is an ancient pyramid that lays next to Porta San Paulo, the ancient gates to the city of Rome. It was built for as a tomb for Gaio Cestio Epulone,
a member of the Epulones religious corporation Since 2015 the pyramid is open to public
only on certain days. Bonus number 2: The Mouth of Truth The Mouth of Truth is a marble mask in Rome. It probably depicts the face of a sea god.
Historians aren’t quite certain what the original purpose of the disk was, but
the legend says, that if you lie when you place your hand inside it, the mouth will
cut your hand. Plus an Extra Super Super Bonus: Villa D’Este Villa d’Este is a 16th century villa
in the town of Tivoli approximately 45 minute-drive from Rome
famous for its terraced hillsides Italian Renaissance garden and
especially for its profusion of fountains. It is now an Italian State Museum
and it’s listed as a UNESCO world heritage site Of course, there are many
other things to see in Rome such as Baths of Caracalla, Piazza del Popolo,
Tiber Island and many more. We created a Google map with all these suggestions.
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100 Replies to “TOP 10 Things to do in ROME”

  1. I just booked my tickets to rome and your video helped me so much to understand where are these places from one another.Thank you 🇮🇹🙏👌

  2. I followed this video while in Rome
    Day 1
    Spanish Steps
    Trione Fountain
    Trevi Fountain
    Pantheon
    Piazza Navona
    Vittariono
    Palazzo Venezia

    Days 2
    Vatican Museums
    St. Peters Basilica (climbed the dome as well)
    Castle St Angelo
    Piazzale Garibaldi (sunset)
    Trastevere (dinner)

    Day 3
    Colosseum
    Roman Forum
    Palatine Hill
    Santa Maria Maggiore
    Piazza Della Republica

    Thanks a lot for this video, the maps and interactive information helped me a great deal !

  3. THANK GOD FOR THE GOOGLE MAPS LIST! You have my subscription, just because of that! (An the video was good too!)

  4. Thank you guys for sharing this video! We are traveling next week and I found this video very useful especially the list of all the places in one map! I hope the weather will be great and all the places will be open since is winter time. Best regards!

  5. As A Chaldean Catholic From Iraq

    I Really Want To Visit Rome To See The Julius Caesar Statue's And Other Roman Emperors
    And The Most Importang Thing In Rome Is…..

    St.Peter's Basilica I WANT TO VISIT THAT BEAUTIFUL CHURCH

  6. Another excellent & informative video from an excellent channel
    Rome is our forth stop in the upcoming holiday trip
    Thank you 👍

  7. Hey guys, I just would like to thank you for this amazing and comprehensible summary of places to visit in Rome. Keep up the good work! 🙂

  8. Hey guys, I'm spending a month in Rome starting 21/02/19 and staying in an air BNB. Airbnb is not cheap in Rome. If I want to stay longer, how difficult is it to find monthly rentals of 1 bdrm furnished apts. And do you recommend I use an apt locator service or scour on my own? Any advice is appreciated. Super duper vid. Glad I caught it before I leave. Thnxs!!!

  9. I love this information.. doing Rome in April and two days in Florence, any suggestions? Doing the train ride, how far is the hotel Grand Olympic from all these sites? We prefer walking ❤️🇮🇹🙏

  10. I believe Rome is Europe's must see city #1. I could add so much bonus bonus sights to your very well done video.

  11. I wish I had more time in Rome. There are so many things to see and this place is very historical. But, I'm fortunate to have been there even just for a day. Still got to see a lot of places and the most tourist sports in just 7 hours. Click the link to see what you can do (there's a lot) in just 7 hours https://youtu.be/-3uWA6Ji73M

  12. What is the best way to get around Rome and see all these sites? And how much does it cost to get inside of some of them? Are guided tours really worth it?

  13. Does anyone think it’s too much to visit the Vatican and all in the Roman Forum all in 1 day? That what I have planned

  14. when in rome beware your wallet and hold ypur breath becausa of all the waste down the street. As italian: rome is a shithole

  15. I've managed to see all of this with good planing for one week, so I can enjoy the restaurant's… that taste of pasta and wine 😁😁😁

  16. Don't miss the church of San Clemente, which is not far from the Lateran. You can go downstairs and walk around in an actual ancient street and houses.

  17. The whole city needs a power wash. And that fresh orange juice is really Tang. Don't eat in any restaurant without talking to the hotel conseirge first. And someone tried to pickpocket my wife. Such a beautiful city but so many ripping you off. Been there once and wont be back unless they change their ways.

  18. Don't forget Gianicolo.. The magical hill from which you get the best view ever of the city.. It's pretty close to the Vatican.. Climb as high as the Garibaldi statue and the lighthouse and enjoy the amazing view and atmosphere

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  20. it wasn't earthquakes but rather people in medieval times used the stones to build other things.. that is what's happened to the Colosseum.

  21. This video is a scam!
    Circus on top 1? WHAT!!
    nobody even mention this place is a waste of time , nothing’s there just a ground.
    Don’t listen to this guy .
    1. Colosseum (get tickets online)
    2. Vatican Museum (get tickets online)
    3. St. Piter Basilica
    4. Fountains
    5. Spanish Stairs
    All rest is the same and you can find in any map.
    Center is very small and you can walk everywhere.
    Is the most amazing place

  22. Thanks for the video. I found out about your channel just a few days ago and I love it. Can you, please, tell us how expensive is Italy? I mean main attractions' ticket prices, food and so on?? Thanks💙💙

  23. Top two things are Colosseo and vatican museum and st peter's Basilica, then perhaps trevi fountain and spanish steps. After that , just eat!

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