How do you find new and unusual things to do in Rome? This book gives you the Keys to the secret past of this Ancient City.
• You’re familiar with the Trevi Fountain? Now you can go underground to visit the ancient aquifer that still feeds it!
• You’re familiar with the Forum? Now you can go across the street and climb through the nearly complete ruins of Trajans’ ancient Marketplace! • You’re familar with Piazza Navona? Now you can go under it to see what was there before: an ancient Sports Arena!
• You’re familiar with the Colosseum? A 5-minute walk will take you to Michelangelo’s “Moses,” his own favorite sculpture!
The list goes on and on. Don’t just visit the big super-crowded sites. Visit the ancient archaeological sites that are now open for your visit. Most of them are uncrowded, away from the heat, and will fascinate your imagination. At the end of the day, GET HIGH! Patty has researched the best rooftop bars and restaurants in the city so you can cool down, escape the crowds, and enjoy the GREATEST VIEWS of the City. Now, THIS is the way to see ROME!
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