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We've the answer to the header question as we share with you the Top 5 Sights in Rome, the sights you do not want to miss.
Our Tip: Combine these top sights in Rome with a few tours of Rome and then go shopping in Rome with our guide to the secret stores.
We've selected some of the best hotels in Rome for you as well - I love the one with the oranges and I know you will too - click here to see what I'm talking about.
One of the most impressive sights you'll ever see and possibly the best preserved of all Roman buildings. When you consider this construction dates back to around the time of Christ you can only marvel at the skill of the builders and the architects.
It is impressive outside, but walk inside and you are left open-mouthed and gasping in wonder at the huge dome rising up above... seemingly to the heavens. Even today such a dome would be a huge challenge to construct.
Our tip is to visit in the winter months and get there early before the crowds. That way you can get to contemplate this incredible place in relative peace. You can almost hear the roar of the crowd, the cries of the gladiators and feel the stories of many centuries. Moving, sad and inspiring all at once.
Technically not in Rome but in the Vatican City and the largest and greatest of all Christian churches. The center of the faith for Catholics and a sight of pilgrimage for Christians of all denominations. Whether you are Catholic or not it doesn't matter, this church will move you immensely and touch your soul for certain..
A fairly small chapel with a ceiling of immense beauty: the most famous ceiling in all the world thanks to the incredible talent of a certain fellow you may have heard of by the name of Michelangelo.
You can look at all the photos you want, watch countless video but nothing prepares you for the moment you actually stand here and look up. It is like looking up into heaven itself.
Once this was the very heart of Rome. It was here where the decisions that affected much of the world were taken: the Roman Senate was here, statues and temples lined the avenues and processions of victorious Roman legions would be watched by thousands of cheering Roman citizens. Now the cats seem to have taken over.