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"A lot of people but the artwork is amazing. The structure is amazing but after viewing the artwork you become engulfed in it. You forget the people, the heat and concentrate on the gorgeous art."
Pinacoteca dei Musei Vaticani
"This part of the museum was a bit more quiet when we were there. Beautiful paintings with some good audio guide features. Check out the Caravaggios."
"Simply breathtaking. Make sure you don't rush through! Also, see how many portraits of famous people you can spot in the pictures."
Piazza del Campidoglio 1
"Great museum. One of the better collections in Rome besides those at the Vatican and not nearly as crowded. Great sculptures and artwork."
Via delle Quattro Fontane, 13
"A secret in the heart of Rome! We found this one by accident and I truly recommend it to anyone who loves art! Caravaggio, Bernini, Hans Holbein,... A must visit! Don't forget to visit the gardens too"
Museo dell'Ara Pacis
Lungotevere in Augusta (Via Tomacelli)
"Must see for history lovers but a very small museum"
St. Peter's Basilica
Piazza San Pietro
"A must-see! Very crowded as usual so get there early and make sure to go up to the dome for 7 euro (alot of stairs and narrow hallways bit totally worth it for an amazing view)"
Saint Peter's Square
"Wonderful Square. Very impressive architecture. A Rome must see"
"Great for children and adults alike. Fantastic views from the terrace and the café (overlooking the Vatican). Interesting to see how the Popes augmented Hadrian's mausoleum into the fortress it now is"
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