Famous places not to be missed..........

Piazza Navona is one of the most famous and popular squares in the capital. It has three magnificent fountains, a church and many street artists perform. 
Campo de' FioriThis colourful and lively square is located between Piazza Navona and Palazzo Farnese. At the centre of this square is the statue of Giordano Bruno, a Dominican monk who was burned alive in 1600.

Monuments and curiosities

The Pantheon was built around 125 BC and is dedicated to the seven planetary deities. This ancient monument is probably the best preserved in Rome. Once you enter, you will be amazed by the size of its open dome, which is the largest of antiquity.
Trevi FountainThe Trevi Fountain is an unmissable place and one of the symbols of the city, and also of the countryside.

Religion in Rome

Saints Vicenzo and AnastasioThis baroque church from 1650 is located near the Trevi Fountain and the Quirinale Palace.
Church of Saint-Louis-des-Français This church, located between the Pantheon and Piazza Navona, is the national church of the French in Rome.