Among the beautiful museums you can find in Rome, the National Roman Museum, is an open-air aerea made of several branches, such as the Palazzo Terme Massimo, Palazzo Altemps, the Crypta Balbi and the Baths of Diocletian.
Located just a few steps away from the chaotic and bustling Termini Train Station, this suggestive Museum, a structure of more than 3500 m2, was composed during the ancient Roman time by a series of environments, such as gymnasia, libraries, swimming pools, and rooms that were the very heart of every thermal complex.
Castel Sant’Angelo is certainly one of the most beautiful monuments in Rome, and it starts growing popularity among travelers from all over the world.
Built around 123 A.C., Castel Sant’Angelo was erected at first as sepulchre for the Emperor Hadrian and his family. This incredible monument had a unique destiny in the Roman history.
Although it's probably not one of the most famous places in Rome among tourists, Castel Sant’Angelo really has an interesting history and worth a visit for the beautiful things hidden inside and the amazing view of Rome you can get from its different levels.
Located in the Parioli neighborhood, Villa Giulia was built in 1551-1553 by Pope Julius III, a humanist and arts lover and connoisseur.
The suburban villa was meant to be and idyllic place, a magic getaway between two different worlds - the city and the countryside - since its original location was outside the city walls.
This is not a standard museum where original masterpieces are on display, but a place where history is explained step by step.
If you already been in Rome and you want a suggestion for something different to visit the National Gallery of Modern Art is one of the most interesting museums in the city, unfortunately not enough famous!
There are about 1100 pieces displayed in its 55 rooms. It is the only national museums dedicated to modern art. Although there are other modern art exhibit in many Italian cities, they all are civic museums.