When in Rome, it’s worth buying a full day pass, if you intend to visit attractions such as the Coliseum, Flavian Palace and the many museums of the city. Don’t miss the Pantheon in Old Rome, and the imposing Castel Sant’Angelo in the Vatican Area, created as Emperor Hadrian’s mausoleum. The famous Baths of Caracalla and Circus of Maxentius are also must-see sites.
If you’re a fan of art, take a trip to Campo Marzio, in the Villa Borghese area, where there is a whole cluster of great museums like the Museo Nazionale di Villa Giulia and Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna, packed with old and new masterpieces.
A trip to Rome is not complete without visiting the Trevi Fountain, the last baroque monument built in the city. As one of the most iconic attractions in Rome, the fountain attracts throngs of tourists, all keen to throw their coin into it.