This past week on the blog was spent on 5 fantastic things in Rome that most tourists miss.
If you are making your way to the Eternal City make sure you see the big sights, but don’t miss out on these too!
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It looks somewhat like the Colosseum, doesn’t it? The Teatro Marcello actually isn’t too far from the Colosseum – read about it here
The Jewish Ghetto
Discover the world famous artichokes and a fascinating slice of history here in the Jewish Ghetto.
The Pyramid of Cestius
Did you know there is a 2000 year old pyramid right in the heart of Rome? Read about it here.
The Cemetery For Non Catholic Foreigners
With the best view of the pyramid you could ever ask for, this final resting place for Goethe, Shelley and Keats is a must see when in Rome.
Read about it here.
Street Art In Ostiense
World renowned street artist Blu took over this building as well as some other walls in Ostiense, and created some amazing, modern street art.
Have a better look at his work in this blog post.