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Rome, what to see 


Rome, the Eternal City, is the European capital which beauties are renowned all over the world and that is visited by millions tourist every year. A stay in Rome ay include the most important monuments in an programmed trip which avoid to waste time and energy.

Best Western Hotel Piccadilly is the ideal starting point for who wants to visit in the most comfortable way the city of Rome. Staying at the hotel you can easily move from a monument to another and easily reach the major interesting point. By a short walk you can admire the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Trevi Fountain and many other monuments.

Here you can find a selection of the best places to visit even if the entire city is a unique place to taste in every detail! 


The Trevi Fountain

In late Baroque style, it is the most famous of the more than 2,000 fountains that adorn the streets and squares of Rome. The tradition of the coin toss is known throughout the world, and no tourist can fail to submit to the romantic tradition: Those visiting Rome will have to toss a coin into the central basin, standing with their back to the fountain, right hand on their left shoulder and eyes closed. If, turning around quickly, one can stop with his or her gaze the moment the coin touches the water, he or she will surely return to Rome.

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The Colosseum

The Colosseum is open to the public practically every day except December 25 and January 1, with hours ranging from 9 a.m. to afternoon-evening (5 p.m. in winter, 7:30 p.m. in summer).
The admission ticket is valid for 2 days and also allows entry to the Roman Forum and Palatine. Check out Best Western Hotel Piccadilly's Special Colosseum Offer, with which you get free admission tickets! 

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The Pantheon

The Pantheon is a building of ancient Rome located in the Pigna district in the Historic Center, built as a temple dedicated to all deities past, present and future. The people of Rome call it la Rotonna, or Ritonna ("the Round"), from which the name of the square in front of it is also derived.

The Basilica is open daily from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. (last entrance at 6:45 p.m.) and is freely accessible without a ticket.

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St. Peter's Basilica

An obligatory stop for those who decide to visit the Eternal City. St. Peter's Basilica is the universal symbol of Christianity, as well as one of the largest religious buildings in the world and a treasure trove of art masterpieces by great masters. The square marks the boundaries of Vatican City and is bordered by the imposing Colonnade created by Bernini. You may have the opportunity to see the Pope as part of the pontifical masses celebrated in St. Peter's Basilica or St. Peter's Square, general audiences or during the Angelus prayer every Sunday at 12 a.m.

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St. John Lateran

A few minutes walk from the Hotel Picadilly you can find the Basilica of San Giovanni in Laterano, the "mother of all churches in the world" is one of the four papal basilicas of Rome together with San Pietro, San Paolo fuori le mura and Santa Maria Maggiore and is part of a large monumental complex which includes the large obelisk, the Lateran Palace and the Sanctuary of the Scala Santa. Considered one of Borromini's masterpieces, it is located on the Celian hill and is undoubtedly an essential destination for tourists and pilgrims from all over the world.

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