Rome is one of the most delightful and beautiful European cities. And in case you want to fully appreciate its charm, you should admire breathtaking cityscapes and ancient architecture of the city with a bird’s-eye view. So, visit one of the above mentioned observation decks to get the incredible emotions and lots of amazing photos! For your convenience, we’ve specified GPS coordinates of all the spots, and you can easily reach them by using a rental car with GPS Navigator.
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It would be strange not to try pizza when being in Rome. But unfortunately, in some pizzerias it can be tasteless, burnt or even ‘rubbery’. Therefore, we’ve prepared the list of Rome’s establishments, where you can enjoy the most delicious, tender and flavored pizza.
Getting lost in the charming alleys of Rome or wandering through its ancient ruins is truly a memorable experience. But the most amazing experience is to see the whole city from the height and enjoy incredible panoramic views!
St. Peter’s Cathedral
The most famous viewing point of Rome is situated at the top of St. Peter’s Cathedral. So, you have to climb the stairs consisting of 537 steps to reach the observation deck, but it is worth your efforts: you’ll get the amazing 360-degree scenes of Rome including views of the major monuments, villas, gardens, the Tiber River and the Alban Hills.
The inner part of St. Peter’s Cathedral also looks incredibly – when you look at it you realize in what a magnificent place you are.
GPS Coordinates:41.901362, 12.455511
Admission:on foot-free of charge, elevator-7€/person
Terrazze delle Quadrighe
360-degree scene of Rome from the Vittoriano terrace is a must-visit attraction for each traveler. This is a unique opportunity to admire the beauty of the Colosseum, the St. Peter’s Cathedral, the Roman Forum and many other charming sights of the Eternal City from the height of more than 50 meters. You can climb the terrace by using a glass elevator.
GPS Coordinates:41.894336, 12.483551
Admission:adults 7€/person, kids 3.5€/person
Located in the heart of Rome, Pincio Hill is almost entirely covered with gardens.
From the top of Pincio you can enjoy the spectacular views of the St. Peter’s Basilica, the Pantheon, Castel Sant’Angelo, Via del Corso Street and many other attractions.
By the way, Pincio Hill is easily reachable from Piazza del Popolo.
GPS Coordinates: 41.911143, 12.478182
Admission: free of charge
At the Aventine Hill you will find a beautiful Giardino Aranci Park. And inside of it there’s a small rectangular garden, which offers spectacular panoramas of the St. Peter’s Basilica, the amazing Basilica of Santa Maria and the magnificent Tiber River.
GPS Coordinates:41.885722, 12.483349
Admission: free of charge
So, are you ready to enjoy the most delicious pizza in Rome?
Then visit any of the above-mentioned establishments during your next trip to Rome. By the way, you can use a rental car with optional GPS device to get to them quickly.
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