Views of Rome
Getting lost in the alleys of Rome, wander through the ancient ruins is an unforgettable experience, but who has not wished to admire the capital from above, you can see at a single glance all the historical center and beyond, up to with an eye to the nearby Castelli Romani or observe special monuments difficult to grasp from a normal perspective.
Rome offers sights, each with its own peculiarities, which enjoy a splendid view:
From this hill, on the right bank of the Tiber, from the lookout near the statue of Garibaldi, you can admire the beautiful views of the old town.
TERRACES OF VICTORIAN
From the terrace of Quadrighe, on top of the Vittoriano complex, you can enjoy a spectacular landscape. Two panoramic elevators, opened in 2007, can reach the highest point of the complex, from which you can admire Rome to 360 °.
Panoramic views from the magnificence of the Colosseum and the Fori Imperiali to the churches of the old town from the River Tiber to the Jewish Ghetto, Piazza del Campidoglio at the Quirinale and the modern EUR district to the characteristic Castelli Romani.
From here on the beautiful terrace of Piazza Napoleone I can appreciate one of the most beautiful views of the world. No one can remain immune to the front view able to understand most of the historic center of Rome (including the dome of St. Peter’s and Castel Sant’Angelo) and offer a truly impressive sunset.
GARDEN OF ORANGES
At the top of one of the finest hills of Rome, the Aventine, within the medieval walls, the remains of the ancient fortress of the Savelli family is Savello Park (also known as the Orange Garden), a small rectangular garden. From here you can enjoy a wonderful view of Rome that goes by the loop of the Tiber River to St. Peter’s Basilica.
DOME OF SAN PIETRO
You have to climb 537 steps to the long climb spiral, called “snail Sant’Andrea” before arriving at the rooftop outdoor gallery of the dome of St. Peter’s. From here you can enjoy Rome at 360 ° monuments, villas, gardens, the Tiber, to the Alban Hills in the distance.
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