The Colosseum: Known as an iconic monument of Rome, this structure is worth a visit when in Rome. The history of this monument: Constructed by the Flavian emperors. A visit here is a good way to experience Rome’s unique culture.
Piazza Navona: Built on the former Stadium of Domitian, this is an oval-shaped public square in Rome. This came about in the 15th century and was used as a market place and a location for special events including mock naval battles.
The Pantheon: The Pantheon in Rome was built on the orders of Hadrian between 118AD and 125AD, it operated as a temple to all the Roman Gods. The original inscription can still be seen above the Pantheon entrance “Marcus Agrippa son of Lucius, having been consul three times made it.” Paying a visit here will give you a wonderful sense of Rome’s history. #AdventureInRome