Tiffany W. said,"...at the top. Do take side streets and "get lost" a little. You'll avoid crowds and find the "real Rome." The Circus Maximus was a little anticlamactic for me, but yes, the The Colosseum is absolutely worth the crowds especially if you've..."See More
Victoria A. said,"...1. Little cafe Cristalli Di Zucchero - just off the tourist path when you are visiting Colosseum , right next to Circus Maximus. They have no tables, you either take away or eat standing like locals do. They make amazing home-made..."See More
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Krista G. said,"...bit further.Piazza Venezia: Historic, and right near Capitoline Hill - a must see!Monte Mario: See Rome from it's tallest peak. :) Circus Maximus Roman Forum + Palatine Hill: Not free, but combined entry for these two must-see attractions is less than 12..."See More