Rome is undoubtedly a universe of enchanted places divided between the sacred and the profane, the artistic and the extravagant, the magic and the real. The capital offers not only the well-known places around the world but also unknown places which will make your stay in Rome unique and unforgettable. Undoubltedly, the most famous attraction is the Colosseum, less known as Flavian Amphitheatre, which was built in 72 d.C. and, to date, is the most visited place in Italy!
Like any city in the world, Rome holds in its depths, hidden treasures, right under the surface. If you are thrill-seekers, Rome will amaze you with its buried treasures such as the catacombs of San Callisto, the most ancient and better conserved of Via Appia, the Crypt of Capuchin Monks in Via Veneto 27, unusual and macabre place that preserves the bones of over 4000 capuchin monks, and lastly the Mithraeum and the paleochristian Church of San Clemente in via Labicana 45 at almost 20 metres depth.