Are you planning to visit Rome but don't quite know your way around the hundreds of monuments the city has to offer? We understand you well, have no doubt. Indeed, the Eternal City boasts almost three millennia of history, and its current form is the result of construction, demolition, cultural and political changes that have influenced the entire history of European civilisation.
Of course, there are some places, such as the Colosseum and the Imperial Forum, that cannot be overlooked, but there are many other monuments that can escape a first glance, and that would be a huge loss. Of course, it remains complicated to reduce a city like Rome, the only one in the world to encapsulate an entire state (the enclave of the Vatican, the centre of the world's Catholic community) into ten places to visit, but we will try.
Between ancient wonders and legendary stories, here is what you should definitely visit on your trip to Rome.