Photos from Rome – Italy Travel

View from the Top of St Peter’s

I have been to Rome five times and still have not seen all of it.

Pantheon

The first time was for six days and it was exhausting since we were on the go continually. There is just so much to see in this great city in Italy.

Santa Maria Maggiore Church in Rome

Needless to say it would take a month of blogging to post enough photos to really show Rome, but here is a sampling of some of the well-known (and some not so well-known) places in the Eternal City.

The Temple of Hercules Victor in Rome

This ancient monument, the Temple of Hercules Victor, dates back to the second century B.C.

Castel San Angelo

Streetcar Tram in Trastevere

Trastevere is one of the coolest neighborhoods in Rome.

Ancient walls of Rome

Rome Termini Train Station

Spanish Steps in Rome

Ongoing excavations in Rome

American Embassy in Rome

Piazza Navona

Colosseum

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5 Responses to Photos from Rome – Italy Travel

  1. adinparadise says:

    I agree with you. Rome is a fascinating city with so much to see. One could spend a year there, and not see everything. 🙂

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  2. it looks a fabulous place to visit (I have never been unfortunately)…but your photos really make me want to go…maybe one day…

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  3. friendlytm says:

    I did visit colosseum many years ago. Seeing your pix made me want to go back again…some day…

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  4. Oh Margie, I love Rome. My husband and I spent a week there a few years ago for an anniversary celebration. We stayed in a little charming hotel in Trastevere, best decision ever! Rome is a wonderful walking city and the the transportation is easy to use too. I like staying in one place for a week and exploring everything by foot; can’t wait to go back and see more! Thanks for sharing these great photos!

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