Vatican City Built over the tomb of St Peter, Vatican City is the world’s smallest independent state. Visit St Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican Museums – including the Sistine Chapel – or take a tour of the extensive Vatican Gardens.
The Colosseum This massive structure, built on the site of Nero’s Palace, was designed so tens of thousands of people could watch gladiatorial combat, wild animal fights and even mock sea battles. Tickets include a visit to the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill.
Trevi Fountain The Trevi Fountain is dominated by the figure of Neptune in a sea-shell chariot. Throwing a coin over your shoulder into the water is said to ensure that you will return to the Eternal City.
The Pantheon Not far from the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon has the world’s largest un-reinforced concrete dome. Built by the Emperor Hadrian, this temple was dedicated to all the gods, and later to St Mary and all the martyrs.
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