Check out Stadio Olimpico and Vatican Museums—just two of the popular sights around Ottavia.
A true architectural heavyweight, the 2,000-year-old Colosseum is often considered one of the seven “modern” wonders of the world.
Rome is a city abundant in world-class water features, but none more stunning, or more famous, than the Trevi Fountain.
The old papal buildings have altered little over the centuries, but still act as an open-air hub for cafés and street entertainers.
One of ancient Rome’s greatest achievements combines momentous history and inspired architecture.
A monumental stairway with a monumental past, the Spanish Steps are literally and figuratively at the heart of Rome.
Take a break from the busy city center and explore this vast network of pretty gardens and enthralling museums.