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If one word could encapsulate the essence of this historic city, it would be … drama. Start your day at the show-stopping Pantheon, followed by a gelato at the acclaimed Trevi Fountain. Then hop between buzzing bars in vivacious Trastevere. Rome, take a bow!

Aktivnosti u Rimu

Konstantinov slavoluk
Ova veličanstvena mramorna struktura izgrađena je u čast Konstantinove pobjede u bitci na Milvijskom mostu i ujedno je njegov najveći trijumfalni slavoluk s visinom od 21 metra. Sam slavoluk potječe iz 315. godine, ali su brojni njegovi dijelovi još i stariji. Neki od reljefa potječu iz doba Hadrijanove vladavine, gotovo 200 godina ranije. Čak je i sam kip Konstantina iz druge ruke - izmijenjeno je samo lice da bi kip ličio na njega.
Kapucinska kripta
Ova zastrašujuća podzemna kripta pozdravlja posjetitelje natpisom koji potiče na razmišljanje, a kaže: "Ono što ste nekada bili vi, sada smo mi, a ono što smo mi sada, biti ćete vi". Sagrađena je između 1528. i 1728 godine i pravi je raj za arheologe. Šest jezovitih, ali neobično lijepih malih komora ukrašeno je uzorcima i upečatljivim motivima, u potpunosti izrađenima od ljudskih kostiju koji se protežu od poda do stropa.
Kapitolski muzeji
Zgrade kapitolskih muzeja, prepune umjetnosti, arheologije i kulture, potječu iz doba između 12. i 16. stoljeća i smatraju se prvim muzejom na svijetu. Tri glavne građevine, Palazzo Senatorio, Palazzo dei Conservatori i Palazzo Nuovo smještene su na trgu Piazza del Campidoglio i prepune su drevnih artefakata, kipova, umjetnina, dragulja i još puno toga - istinska zbirka posvećena Rimskom carstvu i pravi raj za ljubitelje povijesti.
Cestijeva piramida
Jedina preostala piramida u Rimu nekada je bila ekstravagantna grobnica izgrađena za suca i političara, Caiusa Cestiusa. Neobično je to da se njegovim ostacima već stoljećima gubi svaki trag, premda tunel u grobničkoj komori ukazuje na posjet srednjevjekovnih pljačkaša grobnica. Zbog njezine neugledne vanjštine turisti i lokalni stanovnici dugo su je izbjegavali, a nedavno je temeljito obnovljena i može se obići svakog vikenda.
Bazilika sv. Petra
Arheolozi koji su radili na iskapanjima bazilike 1940-ih godina navodno su otkrili kosti samog Sv. Petra. Ostaci su stari gotovo 2000 godina, a uz njih su otkriveni i brojni drevni natpisi koji u prijevodu znače 'Petar je ovdje'. Grobnica je poznata je pod nazivima Vatican Scavi ili Necropolis, a posjet se može dogovoriti ako kontaktirate izravno Vatikan. Broj posjetitelja je ograničen, a posjet valja najaviti dosta unaprijed!
Saint Peter's Cathedral
The very epicentre of Rome and The Vatican, this vast basilica is truly dazzling. Scale the heights of the dome to be awarded with stunning city views, or wander the hallowed, marbled nave that’s embellished to the nines with gold finery and handcrafted frescoes.
Colosseum
Stand on the ground where gladiators met – and fought – their fate in what’s left of this bloody Roman forum. Tours bring tales of terrible battles to life, while visitors picture what it was like to be thrown to lions. Explore the monument’s tunnels or scale the heights of the third tier to see the view from the cheap seats.
Capitoline Museums
If monuments are your thing, then this collection of the world’s oldest museums simply can’t be missed. Sculptures, statues and saintly, hand-painted masterpieces adorn halls among this aged accumulation of treasures. Take the tunnel connecting Palazzo dei Conservatori to Palazzo Nuovo’s collection, via the Tabularium — home to Ancient Rome’s archives.
The Catacombs
Once the tombs of the masses, this mesh of subterranean Rome plunges you into the depths of the city’s complex history, as you’re guided through one darkened alley after another. Eerie, fascinating and intriguing, the tunnels have borne witness to Gothic pillages and provided a resting place for popes, saints and martyrs alike.
Sant Angelo Castle
An imposing rotunda, this is where Emperor Hadrian was laid to rest. Inside a trove of art work draws the crowds to this striking edifice that has served as a barracks, papal residence and defender of the capital city.
Piazza Navona
A far cry from its origins as an Ancient Roman stadium, this charming piazza remains one whose only function is to add further beauty to the city surrounding it. Nowadays, artists and their easels sit alongside 15th and 16th-century statues, while trickling water features add to the pleasant buzz of this central meeting point.
Villa Borghese Gardens
Villa Borghese has something for everyone. Culture vultures will lap up the Galleria Borghese, an art museum stuffed with pieces that include paintings by Titian and sculptures by Bernini. Outdoor types and nippers can forego the subtleties of marble and paintwork in favour of a wander round the immense landscaped garden.
Pompeii Day Trip
Like prehistoric beasts preserved in amber, the town of Pompeii lies frozen in time. This coastal town, just 2.5 hours’ drive from Rome, was showered in ash when Mount Vesuvius erupted in AD 79 – and its people, buildings and streets can be found just as they were when the disaster occurred. It’s as eerie as it is enlightening.
Roman Forum
One big stone history book. The Forum was the epicentre of Roman public life for several centuries – the site of famous speeches and gladiatorial gore. It’s also an astounding collection of mega-monuments, spanning from the 8th century BC right up to the 4th century AD – that’s over a thousand years of Roman history in one place. Just make sure you come here with a guide to make sense of it all.
Villa Borghese
Villa Borghese has something for everyone. Culture vultures will lap up the Galleria Borghese, an art museum stuffed with pieces that include paintings by Titian and sculptures by Bernini. Outdoor types and nippers can forego the subtleties of marble and paintwork in favour of a wander round the immense landscaped garden.
Castel Sant'Angelo
This building has plenty of stories to tell. Originally built in the 2nd century AD as a mausoleum for the great emperor Hadrian, it didn’t take long to be converted into a military fortress. It was even connected to the Vatican City by an underground tunnel, a feature that came in handy for Pope Clement VII when Rome was being sacked by rebellious troops. Nowadays, this distinctive round chameleon of a building is a military museum.
Trastevere
When in Rome, do as the Romans do – and that means eating in Trastevere. This traditional neighbourhood is all cobbled streets and bustling squares lined with charming family-run restaurants, perfect for sampling authentic Italian cooking. Once you’ve eaten your fill, pick out a pavement café to sip an espresso and watch the world go by.
Testaccio
It’s a little off the beaten path, but you’ll find no tourist traps in Testaccio. This resolutely working class district offers a taste of the real Rome through its thriving food scene. Housed in a modern building, its bustling market is actually one of the oldest in the city, while its neighbourhood restaurants serve up simple but authentic Roman cuisine.
Monti
Hidden in plain sight, this tiny city-centre neighbourhood was long skipped over in favour of Rome’s more famous landmarks. Today, however, its thriving alternative scene has made Monti a haven for hipsters and foodies. Beautiful old buildings house artisanal bakeries and boho bistros, while its main square is lined with gelaterias, cafés and bars.
Ostia Antica
Only 20 minutes from Piramide Station by train, Ostia Antica was the first colony of the Roman Empire and was used as a seaport and commercial centre. Ostia Antica well-preserved ruins contain the remains of a Roman thermal bath, theatre and gym.
The Pantheon
The Pantheon has been a model of perfection for almost 18 centuries. Known for its perfect symmetry (the diameter of the dome is equal to the building’s height), it’s one of the most well preserved buildings of Ancient Rome – and an enduring symbol of architectural perfection. It’s also the resting place of King Vittorio Emanuele II, Umberto I and the artist Rafael.
Fontana di Trevi
Much to the annoyance of his fellow gods who chose to simply materialise, Oceanus preferred to travel by cumbersome shell-shaped chariot. Constructed in 1762 at the height of the baroque, the Trevi Fountain is one of the world’s most elaborate – and romantic – fountains. The God Oceanus is the fountain’s centrepiece. Swimmers take heed: beware of the vigilant fountain police!
Castel Sant Angelo
Hadrian’s architectural legacy is vast, so it’s only fitting that his final resting place has had such a colourful history. Originally constructed around 135 AD, over time this mausoleum evolved into a fortress, a castle … even a prison. Today it’s a museum containing sculptures, hidden causeways and ancient ruins. Book a guided tour to get the full story of this ever-changing monument.
Chiesa del Gesu
If you’re into your ecclesiastical history, you can’t miss this church. Saint Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Jesuit order, lived in this very building for the last 12 years of his life. You can visit his private apartments and lavish tomb, and come face-to-face with one of the church’s biggest historical figures.
Trevi Fountain
No trip to the Eternal City would be complete without tossing a coin in the Trevi Fountain to ensure you come back to Rome. In fact, this good-luck ritual fills the ornate fountain with a whopping €3000 of loose change every day – the cash is gathered up regularly and shared out between local charities.
Pantheon
Dedicated to all of Ancient Rome’s gods, the Pantheon is a 1900-year-old study in architectural perfection. Almost two millennia after it was built, the Pantheon’s concrete dome is still the largest anywhere in the world. The opening in its centre is known as the oculus, or ‘eye’, and allows shafts of sunlight to illuminate the building’s interior.
Piazza di Spagna
The name might not ring a bell but this city-centre square contains one of Rome’s most recognisable landmarks. Best known in English as the ‘Spanish Steps’, the steep staircase linking Piazza di Spagna to the Trinità dei Monti Church has been immortalised on screen in films like ‘Roman Holiday’. Strike a movie-star pose on the steps for some memorable holiday snaps.
fontana Trevi
Much to the annoyance of his fellow gods who chose to simply materialise, Oceanus preferred to travel by cumbersome shell-shaped chariot. Constructed in 1762 at the height of the baroque, the Trevi Fountain is one of the world’s most elaborate – and romantic – fountains. The God Oceanus is the fountain’s centrepiece. Swimmers take heed: beware of the vigilant fountain police!
Piazza di Trevi
trg Piazza di Spagna
Contrary to popular belief, these stairs don’t speak a word of Spanish - but Piazza di Spagna has a romantic language all of its own. It’s a great place to people-watch or take notes from the fashionable folks exiting Via dei Condotti. Explore the Church of Trinità dei Monti or the Keats-Shelley House (dedicated to the English romantic poets, who were obsessed with Rome).
Piazza di Spagna
Rimski forum
Rome’s world dominance may be a thing of the ancient past, but its ruins are an eternal reminder of what once was. The Roman Forum was originally used as a marketplace in the ancient world, but also saw frequent processions, the occasional trial – and even gladiatorial battles. You’ll still spot remarkable details and craftsmanship in the buildings, shrines and temples.
Via Salara Vecchia
Koloseum
Picture this: you’re witnessing a bloody battle to the death, along with 80,000 screaming Romans. Mercifully, gladiatorial fights are a thing of the past but you’ll definitely be mentally transported to historic times with a visit to the Colosseum. The stone, brick and concrete structure has been standing since 80AD, constructed by order of the Roman Emperor Vespasian.
Via Marco Aurelio
katedrala sv. Petra
How would you dress for a meeting with the pope? Book well in advance for an audience with the Pontiff himself, or just explore this spectacular church. The interior is a celestial wonder filled with religious artworks, including Michelangelo’s Pietà. This towering Renaissance-Baroque cathedral can be seen from miles around and holds up to 60,000 people during mass.
Piazzo San Pietro
Panteon
The Pantheon has been a model of perfection for almost 18 centuries. Known for its perfect symmetry (the diameter of the dome is equal to the building’s height), it’s one of the most well preserved buildings of Ancient Rome – and an enduring symbol of architectural perfection. It’s also the resting place of King Vittorio Emanuele II, Umberto I and the artist Rafael.
Piazza della Rotonda
trg Navona
Pope Innocent X was the king of 17th-century renovation, turning a disused stadium into a bustling square. Here you’ll find the extravagant Fountain of the Four Rivers by Bernini, whose arch-rival Borromini created The Church of St Agnes in Agone on the western side of the square. 17th-century drama aside, today Piazza Navona is home to many restaurants and cafés.
Piazza Navona
Trg Campo de' Fiori
You’d typically visit this square to wander round the colourful street market – but once upon a time, the square was the site of gruesome executions. The centrepiece is The Statue of Giordano Bruno, who overlooks the restaurants and bars. There is plenty of imbibing to be had here in the evening, as the square transforms into a popular night-spot.
Campo de Fiori
park Villa Borghese
Villa Borghese has something for everyone. Culture vultures will lap up the Galleria Borghese, an art museum stuffed with pieces that include paintings by Titian and sculptures by Bernini. Outdoor types and nippers can forego the subtleties of marble and paintwork in favour of a wander round the immense landscaped garden.
Villa Borghese
trg Piazza del Popolo
Formerly a stage for public executions, neoclassical Piazza del Popolo joins the scenographic Pincio Hill with Rome's Fashion District. It is famous for its Egyptian Obelisk, fountains and the so-called twin churches.
Piazza del Popolo
trg Barberini
Piazza Barberini on the Quirinal Hill is the seat of Bernini's Baroque Triton Fountain. It also hosts a popular cinema and Palazzo Barberini, a former papal residence now an art gallery with Caravaggio paintings.
Piazza Barberini, 19
Ulica Condotti
Prada, Gucci and Bulgari are just some of the brands that call Via Condotti home. This is the heart of Rome's fashion district and world-famous Spanish Steps tower above its charming Baroque buildings.
Via Condotti
trg Venezia
The crossroad of some important thoroughfares, Piazza Venezia provides Rome with a focal point to start exploring. From here you can easily head towards the Colosseum, Trastevere or Piazza del Popolo.
Piazza Venezia
bazilika sv. Marije Velike
Atop the multicultural Esquilino Hill, Santa Maria Maggiore is Rome's biggest Marian Basilica and often used by the Pope. Its crypt contains wood from the Holy Crib of the nativity of Jesus Christ.
Piazza di Santa Maggiore
San Francesco a Ripa
Church in Trastevere is dedicated to Francis of Assisi because the adjacent convent accommodated him.
Piazza di San Francesco D'Assisi, 88

Kada posjetiti grad 'Rim'

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Recenzije i fotografije putnika

Adriana Carija
10
Izuzetan
Za vidjet grad i to samo glavne znamenitosti treba minimalno 8 dana.Grad je predivan,hrana odlicna ali cijene su dosta visoke jer naravno svi zele vidjeti Rim.Definitivno se vracamo opet!
Adriana Carija
Hrvatska
8. siječnja 2018.
Tatjana
10
Izuzetan
Rim je kako pisu "Vjecni grad" i zaista ga treba razgledati. Grad koji zivi i nocu i danju .
Tatjana
Italija
30. studenog 2017.
suzimatic7
10
Izuzetan
Rim je vjecni grad, u koji se dolazi i odlazi više puta. Svaki puta nešto novo nauči, sve je predivno. Kao da je vrijeme stalo u ovom uzurbanom vremenu. Preporuka svima za putovanje.😊
suzimatic7
Hrvatska
13. siječnja 2018.
Roko
10
Izuzetan
Sve u svemu lijep grad za posjetu, puno hodanja ali puno toga za vidit, jako ljubazni ljudi!
Roko
Hrvatska
21. listopada 2017.
Nikolina
10
Izuzetan
Predivan grad, atrakcije su fascinantne! Svakako preporučam posjet Oltaru domovine (obavezno se popeti na vrh), popeti se na kupolu Sv. Petra! Pogled oduzima dah.
Nikolina
Hrvatska
12. ožujka 2018.

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We went second weekend of November, lucky with sunshine and temp was 20 degrees, so comfortably warm and just into their winter season so fewer tourists. Avoid visiting churches on Sundays as services in progress means restrictions. Mondays some museums closed. Get a tour guide for some things, essential for the vatican, otherwise it is a visual overload with no time to consult the info, so much better to listen as you look. Vatican is always crowded so easier to follow your guide and also prepaying means you avoid the huge queues to buy tickets. Angel Tours highly recommended. When going to the Colosseum, choose the Palatine Hill ticket entrance to avoid long queues at Colosseum entrance.

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Great day out: we hired bikes at the Via Appia Antica information center and cycled to the different monuments along the Via Appia: Museo del Muro, catacombs, Vila Massenzio.... there and back just over 20 km - a brilliant day out. Bring a picnic, there aren't many places to have a snack/drink on the way. On the way home, we walked back into town and visited the Termes de Carcalla in the late afternoon - fantastic light on the old brickwork!

By heading to a restaurant, café or bar. The Romans love to eat and they have plenty to offer. Just sitting outside in the shade of a local café with a pint or a coffee and let the world go by around you. Pick up the lingo by listening on how the locals greet each other with passion and charm. Otherwise sit by a fountain or on a bench somewhere and just watch life in Rome unfold in front of you. Just watch for the beggers and pickpockets.

Absolutely worth taking a tour of the Colosseum, very impressive inside as well as out. The was an interesting exhibit upstairs as well about ancient libraries, ancient scrolls and reading in Roman times. Absolutely fascinating tour! We heard stories of ancient Rome and the history of the Colosseum throughout the ages. Would absolutely recommend it!

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