8 Roman landmarks that should not be missed

First-timers and seasoned travellers alike should not miss these attractions

When planning a trip to Rome for your clients, what landmarks and attractions are on their bucket list? There’s the obvious historic locations of grandeur throughout the Eternal City – the Colosseum, Sistine Chapel, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, and of course, the mesmerising landmark plaza that is Saint Peter’s Square at Vatican City.

But this historical, multifaceted city has countless other surprises for those visitors with more time to explore, keen to scratch beneath the surface and uncover other treasures and tales of Rome’s cultural sites, historical residences and precious terraces.

Here, LATTE digs a little deeper to showcase Roman landmarks beyond the quintessential, located next door to baroque churches and airy squares adorned with fountains, statues and obelisks. Your clients will appreciate your recommendations as part of their Rome encounter.

What safer way to travel in 2021 than exploring Italy’s abundant collection of architecture assets while practising social distancing. #enjoyitalyresponsibly

Lead image: The Baths of Diocletian – Shutterstock/Takashi Images

This article is a LATTE exclusive and was prepared in partnership with ENIT – Italia National Tourist Board.

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