1. Colosseum: Capacity for over 50,000 spectators with 80 doorways.
2. Roman Forum: Surrounded by remnants of ancient government buildings.
3. Trevi Fountain: Baroque fountain featuring a sculptural configuration of Neptune.
4.Pantheon: Built in 126 AD as a temple for all Roman gods.
5. St. Peter’s Basilica: Located at the place where the first pope, Peter, was crucified and buried.
6. Vatican Museum: Home to medieval art, sculptures, and the Sistine Chapel.
7. Spanish Steps: Don’t miss Piazza di Spagna and Fontana della Barcaccia.
8. Piazza Navona: Built in the Baroque style on the site of the Stadium of Domitian.
9. Castel Sant’Angelo: Houses the Sepulchral Chamber, Passetto Di Borgo, and Museum of Hadrian.
10. Campo de’ Fiori: Known for its vibrant nightlife and popular among partygoers.