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Fun place to go and take pictures with kids. Lines were long but moved quickly in June. However, they have a strict closing time of 5:50 and if you aren't inside the gated area before that they turn you away.
It's quite a small piazza. Outside of the Church of Santa Maria, it has the famous Mouth of Truth disk. Across the piazza are two ancient temples. All of it is near the River Tiber. We stayed at the 47 Hotel and it is just...More
There was a short lineup when we arrived and were able to take great pictures. No entry fee, so we donated some euro. After you enter a church. If you have a short skirt/shorts you will be required to cover yourself with a scarf they...More
This is far busier now. The mouth of truth is fascinating to see. Queuing doesn't take long as guide ensures smooth flow of people. Nice to have picture taken by. As you leave and go through bascilica . You are allowed into the crypt but...More
Piazza della Bocca della Verita is a place worth visiting. It is in a very busy area, but it is virtually surrounded by history. There are several temples, and Arches at least one fountain, a park and other things worth seeing. The piazza was named...More
Super easy to find, very easy to get from Circo Massimo (metro station). Opens at 9:30, but the line is already there. Don't worry, it goes super fast. When you've made some pictures with the Mouth, you are entering Basilica (make sure you're dressed properly)....More
Bocca della Veritá is the famous stone with the open mouth, which is in the church of Santa Maria in Cosmedin. But on the square there are much more, there are two Roman temples and a fountain. The Tempio di Potuno and the Tempio di...More
Contrary to the chaos of the city, the Aventine is Rome’s oasis. A neighbourhood made up of a patchwork of ancient churches, hidden gardens, private homes and embassies, peace and quiet is top priority and the vibe definitely friends and family. Take a walk around the Aventine and you’ll find a treasure hunt of surprises like the clever little keyhole at the Knights of Malta entrance (the only place you’ll find
a line) along with Parco Savello (Giardino degli Aranci) next to the ancient Santa Sabina church. Keep your eyes on the 1960s architecture, several modern buildings are built atop Rome’s original 4th century BC wall.