More insider guides for planning a trip to Rome
The Italian capital is filled with historic buildings, and many – such as the Pantheon and various churches – are in fact free to wander around. Inside, expect interesting architecture and centuries-old art. You can also hike up hills for fabulous views of the city, discover quiet cloisters, and spend an afternoon in central Rome’s largest gardens – without spending a euro. Follow Telegraph Travel’s Rome expert Lee Marshall as shares his favourite free things to do in Rome.
Gaze at Rome’s best preserved ancient building
It’s difficult to believe that the Pantheon, a temple to all the gods, has been standing here for almost 2,000 years; even the bronze doors are still intact. Hadrian…