Rome is primarily known for its major attractions, like the Colosseum or St. Peter’s Basilica. However, anyone in Rome will quickly realize that there is more to discover!
Not only are the many lesser-known sights worth a visit, especially when the ‘big’ ones are overcrowded or fully booked, but there are also the neighborhoods of Rome that are worth exploring.
Sometimes, you don’t even need baroque fountains, fascinating churches, or ancient ruins. Life, the locals, and their daily routines take the spotlight here.
At Museos, we provide you with a brief overview of the characteristic neighborhoods of the city and reveal what makes them special.
We take you to other quarters than the Historical Center (Centro Storico), where you find all the big sights like Roman Forum and Pantheon. Or the Vatican City (Città del Vaticano), which can somehow also be counted to a neighborhood.
We list you all the other interessting neighborhoods alphabetically, not by popularity 😉