While visiting Rome, there are endless opportunities and activities that you can do. Rome is quite large, and can be a little bit stressful to cram activities and sites into a few short days. The list below are the five most uncrowded things to do in Rome that you must NOT skip on while you are here.
This is one of the best areas in Rome to go for shopping, dinner, or just for a cup of coffee. There are so many places to see here that allow you to fully immerse yourself in the Italian culture through food, small side streets, and festive drinks.
2. Basilica di San Clemente
This basilica is obviously not one of the more well known ones in Rome, but it is known for its fantastic architecture and landscape. It is a latin minor basilica that was dedicated to Pope Clement I. The extremely high ceilings with murals on them are something to behold.
3. Maxxi Museum
The Maxxi Museum is an extremely rare museum that shows all of the different types of scenic views from the 1900’s. The museum consists of lots of contemporary art and architecture that was created by the Italian ministry of cultural heritage. There is lots of history to see here as well as many fun rooms that show slideshows of life from the 1900’s and what the culture was like.
4. Corte Suprema di Cassazione
The Corte suprema di Cassazione is a beautiful building which houses the palace of justice, the seat of the supreme court of cassation, and the judicial public library. It is located in the Prati neighborhood. It is definitely worth checking out if you are in the area because of its history and fantastic architecture.
5. Castel di Sant’angelo
Castel di Sant’angelo is a large cylindrical building that contains a lot of history. It was first given by the Roman emperor named Hadrian as a mausoleum for his family and himself. The building was later used by the popes as a castle, and is now museum that you can go inside of.