The Trevi Fountain is located at a junction of three roads and was one of the original sources of water in Ancient Rome.
The Colosseum was the biggest amphitheater in the world during its time, seating over 70,000 people. The structure was constructed in 70 AD – yes it’s that old.
This Renaissance-inspired church is the third-largest in Italy, standing 90 meters wide and 152 meters long.
This famous landmark in Italy is another must-see sight to put on your list. The Pantheon was first constructed in 27 BC as a temple for the pagan Roman gods.
Pompeii was once a lively city until Mount Versuvius erupted – covering everything in larvae and turning the city into an archaeological site.