Piazza di Spagna
One of the most famous and evocative of Rome characterized by the great staircase of Trinità dei Monti
Getting there: From Cipro Station metro line A to Spagna station

Fontana di Trevi
Piazza di Trevi
The most famous fountain in Rome, by architect Salvi in 1735 under Pope Clement XII,one of the most beautiful fountains in the world.
Getting there: From Cipro Station metro line A to Barberini Fontana di Trevi station and then walk the Via del Tritone to the path of Printing House which is a cross on the left and this takes you Piazza di Trevi

Pantheon
Piazza della Rotonda
Imposing monument considered a masterpiece of Roman architecture. And ‘one of the best preserved ancient monuments in the world. It was built by the consul Agrippa in 27 BC.
Destroyed by a fire, it was rebuilt by Hadrian in the II century.
Hours: Every weekday from 9:00 to 19:30, public holidays, from 9:00 to 13:00
Getting there: From Cipro Station metro line A to Barberini station about 450 meters from the Pantheon or Bus 492 at terminal back to the b&b and get off in Largo di Torre Argentina, 400 meters from the Pantheon

Piazza Navona
One of the most beautiful and famous squares, where you can admire masterpieces by Bernini, Borromini, and G. della Porta, who were among the most important exponents of Baroque
Getting there: Bus 492 at terminal back to the b&b and get off at Vittorio Emanuele, which lies about 200 meters from the square.

Campidoglio and Capitoline Museums
One of the most interesting architectural areas in Rome. The whole complex of the square and the buildings that surround it was designed by Michelangelo in the sixteenth century
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 9.00-20.00, 24 and 31 December 9.00-14.00 (ticket office closes one hour earlier)Closed Monday, December 25, January 1
Getting there: All the sites of the Capitol are accessible on foot from Piazza Venezia, reached by bus 492 or by metro from Cipro Station metro line A to Termini, then take line B direction Laurentina for two stops to station Colosseum. Leave the station and walk to Via dei Fori Imperiali, Piazza Venezia direction.

Roman Forum
Symbol of antiquity was the heart of Roman civilization, the center of legal policy and social life of ancient Rome
Hours: From 2 January to 15 February at 8:30-16:30
From February 16 to March 15 hours 8:30-17:00
From March 16 to 29 hours: 8:30-17:30
From March 30 to 31 August at 8:30-19:15
From September 1 to 30 hours 8:30-19:00
From October 1 to 25 hours: 8:30-18:30
From 26 October to 31 December Hours: 8:30-16:30 Closed 25th December and 1st January, May 1, 2008
Prices: Full price: € 9.00 Reduced: € 4.50, Free under 18 and over 65 EU
The ticket is valid for two days and allows access to areas of the Roman Forum and the Palatine, the Colosseum and exhibitions in the Coliseum.
Getting there: Bus 492 – From Cipro Station metro line A to Termini station and then Metro B to Colosseo station

Colosseum
Marvelous architectural complex, his real name is Flavian Amphitheatre. It was built in 72 A.C. by an unknown architect
Hours: From September 1 to September 30: 8:30-19:00
from October 1st to Saturday before last Sunday in October: 8:30-18:30
Last Sunday of October to 15 February: 8:30-16:30
From February 16 to March 15: 8:30-17:00
From 16 March to Saturday before last Sunday in March: 8:30-17:30
Last Sunday in March to 31 August: 8:30-19:15
Getting there: Bus 492 – From Cipro Station metro line A to Termini station and then Metro B to Colosseo station

Palatine
On this hill was the first settlement of Rome, founded around the middle of ‘the eighth century BC is attributed to Romulus.
Hours: Open daily from 8.30 am to one hour before sunset:
8.30-16.30 from January 2 to February 15
8.30-17 from February 16 to March 15
8.30-17.30 from 16 March to 24 March
8.30-19.15 from 25 March to 31 August
8.30-19 from September 1 to September 30
8.30-18.30 from October 1 to October 27
8.30-16.30 from 28 October to 31 December
Closed January 1, December 25. The ticket office closes one hour before
Tickets: Largo Salara Vecchia and Via di S. Gregorio, 30
Colosseum / Palatine / Roman Forum: WHOLE single ticket € 9.00 + € 3.00 for additional exhibits; REDUCED € 4.50 + € 3.00 for additional exhibitions, for European Union members between 18 and 24 years and for teachers of the European Union; FREE for EU citizens under 18 or over 65 years.
Getting there: Bus 492 – From Cipro Station metro line A to Termini station and then Metro B to Colosseo station

St. Peter in Chains
Piazza S. Pietro in Chains 4
It has very ancient origins but the present appearance is to be made from the last 400 years. We can admire the Moses of Michelangelo’s work of art of incomparable beauty and expressiveness
Hours: 8-12.30 and 15-18. Up to 19 with DST
Getting there: From Cipro Station metro line A to Termini station and then Metro line B to Via Cavour, a staircase leads to Via delle Sette Sale, which leads to the church

Basilica di San Pietro
The greatest church in the world dominated by the imposing Michelangelo’s dome. It was founded in 324 by Constantine above San Peter’s Tomb.
The modern church was built from 1500 to 1700.
Hours: Basilica: From 8 to 18 every day from October to March, until April 19 to September
Cupola: Entrance with elevator and 320 steps, from 1 October to 14 March from 8 to 17, from 1 April to 30 September from 8 to 18. Fare € 7. Hours uphill walk (551 steps), from 1 October to 14 March from 8 to 16, from 1 April to 30 September from 8 to 17. Fare € 4
Vatican Grottoes: from 8 to 17 every day from October to March, until April 18 to September
Art History Museum: daily from 9 to 17:15 from October to March, up to 18:15 from April to September. Admission fee

Vatican Museums
Viale Vaticano
Hours: 8.45 am to 15.45 Monday to Saturday 8:45 to 13:45 – Closed on Sunday (last Sunday of the month free)
Admission: € 10,00 reduced € 7,00 Free last Sunday of the month

Castel Sant’Angelo
Lungotevere Castello, 50
It was erected by Emperor Hadrian as his mausoleum in 130 AD C. It held the remains of the Imperial family until Caracalla.
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 9.00 to 19.00;
Closed on Monday, December 25 and January 1
Getting there: Bus 492 – From Cipro Station metro line A to Lepanto Station

Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano
Piazza San Giovanni in Laterano 4
And ‘the cathedral of Rome, founded by Constantine in the fourth century. Was repeately destroyed and rebuilt. The current basilica dates from the twelfth century.
Hours: 7-19 [in winter up to 18]
Getting there: Bus 492 – From Cipro Station metro line A to San Giovanni station, passes through the arches of the wall and continue on the left

Tomb of Cecilia Metella
Via Appia Antica, 161
The best known and best-preserved tomb of the Via Appia. Preserved virtually intact with the addition of battlements due to the elevation of 1302 made by Caetani, who made the mausoleum of the male of the medieval castle near
Hours: Open daily from 9am to one hour before sunset:
9-16.30 2 January to 15 February
9-17 from 16 February to 15 March
9-17.30 March 16 to 24
9-19.15 from 25 March to 31 August
9-19 September 1 to September 30
9-18.30 from October 1 to October 27
9-16.30 from 28 October to 31 December
Closed Mondays (except Easter Monday and during the week of culture), 1 January, 1 May, 25 December. The ticket office closes one hour before
Tickets: Appia Antica single ticket valid for 7 days to 3 sites: Baths of Caracalla, Villa dei Quintili, Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella
Full and Reduced € 6.00 € 3.00 for EU citizens between 18 and 24 years
Free for European Union members under 18 and over 65 years
Closed on Monday, January 1st, May 1st, December 25
Getting there: From Cipro Station metro line A to Colli Albani station and continue with bus line 660

Via Appia Antica
Called by the Roman The Queen of The Roads, the Via Appia Antica is the most famous of the Roman consular road.

Ara Pacis
Tiber in Augusta, corner of Via Tomacelli
The Altar of Peace is one of the most important monuments of ancient Rome. It was built in 13 BC to commemorate the victories of Augustus in Spain and Gaul
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 9.00-19.00; (ticket office closes one hour earlier) Closed Monday
Entire € 6,50 Reduced Admission ordinary € 4.50
Getting there: From Cipro Station metro line A to Flaminio station, it is about 500 meters if you want to shorten the journey by foot from Piazzale Flaminio, you can take bus No. 628 or 926 and alight at Augusto Imperatore / Ara Pacis.

Arch of Constantine
And ‘the most important of the Roman triumphal arches. Erected to celebrate the victory of Constantine over Maxentius. It was built in 320 d.C.
Getting there: Bus 492 – From Cipro Station metro line A to Termini station and then Metro B to Colosseo station

Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls
Via Ostiense 190
And ‘the second in size after St. Peter’s Basilica, and with its 132 meters long, 65 wide and 30 tall and is one of the largest churches in the world
Hours: from 7 to 18:30
Visit the cloister and the museum: from 8 to 18.15. Admission 3 euros, reduced 1.50
Getting there: From Cipro Station metro line A to Termini station and then Metro B to San Paolo

Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore
Piazza di Santa Maria Maggiore
The basilica was erected in the IV century but has undergone over the years and numerous remakes. The building has so many different styles of architecture, implemented in its secular history
Hours: from 7 to 20
Getting there: From Cipro Station metro line A to Vittorio Emanuele station, direction Via Carlo Alberto

Catacombs of Domitilla
Via delle Sette Chiese 280/282
Place of burial of the early Christians, they are probably the largest in Rome.
Hours: Daily, except Tuesday, from 9.00 to 12.00 and from 14.00 to 17.00. Closed in January.
Getting there: From Cipro Station metro line A to Termini station, then take bus 714 (direction Palazzo dello Sport), and then get off at the Navigators: from there, on the left opens Via delle Sette Chiese, or even the lines 30, 160 and 671 arrive in the area.

Colonna Traiana
Tomb sculpture masterpiece of all time. Erected to immortalize the wars of Trajan against Romania. 42 meters high. It was built in the second century d.C.
Getting there: Bus 492 – From Cipro Station metro line A to Termini station and then Metro B to Colosseo station

Domus Aurea
Via della Domus Aurea
Nero had it built with the aim of achieving a huge residence that was to be the largest and most valuable in the world. Because of its rich decorations and furnishings for its prestigious acquired the name Domus Aurea (Golden House)
Hours: Daily, except Tuesday, from 9.00-20.00.
Getting there: Bus 492 – From Cipro Station metro line A to Termini station and then Metro B to Colosseo station

Monumento a Vittorio Emanuele II or Vittoriano
Imposing monument in Piazza Venezia, built in 1911 to designs by architect Sacconi to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the unity of Italy
Getting there: Bus 492 – From Cipro Station metro line A to Termini and Metro B to Colosseo

Palazzo del Quirinale
Built for a pope,it became the official residence of the Kings of Italy, and finally of the President of the Republic
Hours: Open for visits only on Sunday morning from 8.30 to 12.30
Getting there: Bus 492 – From Cipro Station metro line A to Barberini station

Piazza del Popolo
Planned by Valadier at the beginning of ‘800,it is regarded as one of the best urban works in city
Getting there: From Cipro Station metro line A to Flaminio station

Piazza Navona
One of the most beautiful and famous squares, where you can admire masterpieces by Bernini, Borromini, and G. della Porta, who were among the most important exponents of Baroque
Getting there: Bus 492 and get off at Vittorio Emanuele / Andrea della Valle, which lies about 200 meters from the Piazza.

Piazza Farnese
The square takes its name from the imposing Palazzo Farnese, built for Cardinal Alessandro Farnese by the greatest artists of the time, like Antonio da Sangallo, Michelangelo, Vignola and Giacomo Della Porta.
Getting there: Bus 492 and get off at Torre Argentina, which lies about 200 meters from the Piazza.

Campo de ‘Fiori
The square of Campo dei Fiori in Rome is famous episode that saw the philosopher Giordano Bruno was burned alive by the Inquisition Catholic accused of heresy on February 17, 1600 AD
The execution is now commemorated by a statue erected in 1889 AD and placed in the center of the Campo dei Fiori on the initiative of the poet Pietro Cossa and by the sculptor Ettore Ferrari.
Getting there: Bus 492 and get off at Torre Argentina, which lies about 200 meters from the Piazza.

St. Louis dei Francesi
Piazza San Luigi dei French 20
In this church, built in 1589 by Domenico Fontana designed by Giacomo Della Porta, there are many masterpieces including the famous works by Caravaggio The Martyrdom of Saint Matthew The Calling of St. Matthew and St. Matthew and The Angel.
Hours: 10am to 12.30, from 14.30 to 19 except Thursday afternoon
National Church of France
French-language Mass on Sunday at 10.30, Monday to Friday at 19, on Saturday at 12.30
Getting there: Bus 492 and get off at Corso Rinascimento

Ponte Milvio
Ponte Milvio is one of the oldest bridges of Rome. Its construction dates back, in fact, to a date earlier than 207 BC, when it was mentioned for the first time in the ancient sources, in relation to the battle of Metauro.
Known for the victory of Constantine against Massenzio.
A new custom for young lovers is to put a lock on the lamppost on the bridge and throw the keys into the Tiber.
Getting there: From Cipro Station metro line A to Flaminio station and from there take the line 2 and get off to Pinturicchio.

Baths of Caracalla
Viale delle Terme di Caracalla
Also known Antonianae were built between 212 d. C. and 217 d. C. Emperor Caracalla
Hours: From 1 September to 30 September from 9:00 to 19:00
From 1 October to last Saturday. the last Sunday in October from 9:00 to 18:30
Last Sunday of October to 15 February from 9:00 to 16:30
From February 16 to March 15 Dale 9:00 to 17:00.
From 16 March to last Saturday. the last Sunday in March from 9:00 to 17:30
Last Sunday in March to 31 August from 9:00 to 19:30.
Closed Mondays. The ticket office closes one hour earlier.
Getting there: Public transportation: lines n ° 714, 671 arrive at the stop Baths of Caracalla. From Cipro Station metro line A to Termini station and line B to Circo Massimo station

Galleria Borghese
Piazzale del Museo Borghese
We can admire “the Victorious Venus” by Canova, better known as a portrait of Paolina Borghese, Bernini’s greatest works, and a rich art gallery consisting of masterpieces of absolute value
Hours: Tue-Fri 9-19.30, Sat 9-23
Getting there: with the electric bus that takes 116 to Via Veneto
Admission: € 6.50 (€ 3,25 reduced)

Museo Nazionale Romano – Palazzo Massimo
Piazza dei Cinquecento, 68
The Museo Nazionale Romano, a rich archaeological collection of the most important in the world is divided into three sites: complex of the Baths of Diocletian, which is part of the Octagonal Hall, Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps.
Hours: Open: 9:00 to 19:45 Closed: monday
Getting there: From Cipro Station metro line A to Termini station . A walk for 150 meters to the finish.

Doria Pamphilij
Via del Corso 305
Getting there: Bus 30, 40 stop Piazza Venezia
Hours: 10.00 – 17.00 (ticket office closes one hour earlier)
9.00 euros full price ticket reduced 6.00 euros.

Capuchin Cemetery
Via Vittorio Veneto, 27
Hours: Open 9-12 and 15-18 – Closed Thursday
Admission: Free
Getting there: From Cipro Station metro line A to Barberini station

Santa Maria in Trastevere
Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere
The oldest basilica in Rome, it was built in 222 AD by Pope St. Callistus.Later it was rebuilt in the twelfth century by Pope Innocent II
Opening hours: 7.30-13 and 16-19
Getting there: Bus 492 to Torre Argentina, then Tram 8 with a stop on Viale Trastevere, after Piazza Mastai. From here you walk along Via San Francesco a Ripa, which leads to Piazza San Callisto, located behind the church

Archaeological excavations of Ostia Antica
Via dei Romagnoli, 717 – Ostia Antica
Hours: Closed on Mondays and January 1 and December 25.
January and February, November and December:
08.30 – 16.00
March:
08.30 – 17.00
The entry into force of summer to October:
08.30 – 18.00
Last Sunday of October to 1 November:
08.30 – 17.00 (out of the public by 18h00
Tickets: € 4.00 – The low of € 2.00.
The price of the ticket is including taking in the museum.
Getting there: Metro A from Cipro to Termini Station, then Line B to Piramide station from which the trains of Rome – Lido.