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This is a list of some things to do in Rome. Please always do your own pre-trip research and compile your own top 10 listing.
Airport ( FCO ) Leonardo de Vinci @ Fiumicino
Campo de' Fiori
You can now get tickets to the tour which takes you to the underground and 3rd level, both closed to the public. Wonderful experience, under 10 Euro (+ regular ticket). The phone reservation will get you to the reservation counter inside of the Colosseo with no line at all, just tell the security person you have a reservation tickets to pickup. At this counter, you can buy regular combo ticket mentioned above which are required to enter Colosseo.
Papal Audience - St Peter's Square in Summer on Wednesday @ 10.30a.m. (be there at 08.00)
St John Lateran Basilica
St Peter's Basilica this is free to enter but you must go through a security check point first. Also, you must dress appropriately, no bare shoulders or knees.
St Peter's Basilica - simple self-guided tour
St Peter's Basilica - comprehensive self-guided tour
St Peter's Crypt http://www.vatican.va/various/basilic...
St Peter's Dome
Sistine Chapel Can only be reached by going through the Vatican museums.
Termini Central Railway Station
Vatican Gardens - Guided tours ( Advance bookings required)
Vatican Museum The famous Sistine Chapel is part of the Vatican Museums, one of the most popular (and crowded) sites in Rome. Art, architecture, tapestries and artefacts from the golden age of the Catholic Church. The highlights are many, though most people come to see Michelangelo's sculptures and frescoes.
Via Veneto ----- Please take a walk along this street.
Victor Emmanuel Memorial
Villa Borghese & associated Parks / Gardens You must reserve an entrance time to see this gallery. You are limited to 2 hours.
Hop On / Hop Off Double Decker Tourist Bus