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Colosseo is the home to one of Rome’s most famous landmarks – the incredible Colosseum, which is a sight certainly not to be missed.

Area tags: Historic centre, ancient ruins, Fori Imperiali, iconic landmarks, Colosseum, Roman Forum, museums, theatres, Teatro di Marcello, Circus Maximus, Capitoline Hill, parks, restaurants.

Piazza Navona, which was built upon the former Stadium of Domitian, is one of the most famous squares in the city and boasts a lively, authentic atmosphere.

Area tags: Piazzas, vibrant atmosphere, cafes, bars, restaurants, historic site, beautiful fountains, architecture, Stadium of Domitian, Sant’Agnese in Agone Church, Campo de’ Fiori Market, Largo Argentina, Pantheon.

Trastevere is a neighbourhood which is much-loved for its authenticity and lively atmosphere and offers a taste of true Roman life to all who visit.

Area tags: Lively, energetic, traditional, authentic, cobbled streets, Roman buildings, green open spaces, Botanical Gardens, Villa Doria Pamphili, Villa Sciarra, churches, Santa Cecilia, Santa Maria in Trastevere Church, Piazza di Santa Maria.

Pantheon is an area which, as the name suggests, is the home to Rome’s iconic Pantheon – a remarkably preserved, historic temple which attracts visitors from all over the world.

Area tags: Historic centre, ancient temple, Pantheon, architecture, shopping, Via del Corso, bars, restaurants, cafes, art galleries, museums, Museo di Palazzo Venezia, Palazzo Doria Pamphilij.

Vatican is where many of Rome’s most famous landmarks can be found, including the magnificent Saint Peter’s Square and the striking Sistine Chapel.

Area tags: Hugely popular, bustling with activity, iconic landmarks, Saint Peter’s Basilica, Saint Peter’s Square, Vatican City Museums, Sistine Chapel, Castel Sant’Angelo, Vatican City Gardens, Pope, Catholic Church, architecture, Michelangelo.

Termini and Repubblica, which is an area brimming with must see sights and attractions, is the home to one of Rome’s main transport hubs, Termini Station.

Area tags: Cafes, bars, restaurants, theatres, Rome Opera House, excellent public transport links, Termini Station, historic landmarks, Baths of Diocletian, Campo Verano, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, shopping.

Spanish Steps is an area positioned towards the north of Rome’s city centre, where the iconic stairway of the same name is located, and is a neighbourhood which is bursting with must see sights and attractions.

Area tags: Well-known landmarks, Spanish Steps, Piazza di Spagna, Trevi Fountain, picturesque parks, Villa Borghese, museums, cafes, bars, restaurants, shopping, Via Condotti, Trinita dei Monti Church.

Villa Borghese, one of the greenest areas of Rome, is renowned for its beautiful scenery, traditional villas and multitude of striking fountains.

Area tags: Scenic, green open spaces, landscaped gardens, Villa Borghese Park, museums, fountains, shopping, Via Veneto, piazzas, Piazza del Poplo, Piazza di Spagna, Spanish Steps, Trinità dei Monti church.