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Rome’s old town is where a large part of the Italian capital’s monuments and historic buildings are found.
Here you will find beautiful places that house valuable fragments of the city’s history, basilicas, other churches from the 5th century and unique monuments from the Roman era.The first stop on your visit to the historic centre of Rome should be the Pantheon. Known as the Pantheon of Rome, this temple was built between 118 and 125 AD on the ruins of the Agrippa Temple. It is one of the most important historical monuments in the city, not only because of the history that is kept within its walls, but also because of its architectural value.The Pantheon of Rome is composed of an imposing engraved portico that attributes its own construction to the son-in-law of Emperor Augustus, Marco Vipsanio Agrippa, and is supported by eight stone columns. It has an intermediate body that connects the pronaos - used as an entrance - and the temple’s dome. Another unmissable sight on your route through the centre of Rome is the Trevi Fountain. This fountain is an ambitious architectural work in a Baroque style that has become one of the most famous fountains in history, in addition to a symbol of the Italian capital. The city’s churches and temples are also sources of pride. Near the Trevi Fountain you will find the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore and the Church of Sant’Ignazio di Loyola. The centre of Rome has lots of commercial activity: markets, restaurants and hotels. If you want to explore this area of the city, we recommend parking your car at the nearest public car park. At the Villa Borghese gardens you will find a Saba car park that is open 24 hours a day with the best facilities.

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Rome has many valuable historical treasures that tell the city’s history and are a must-see for any tourist. Among the wide range of tourist attractions found in the city, the most remarkable ones include the Colosseum, considered to be one of the seven wonders of the modern world; the Capitoline Wolf statue, symbol of Rome; and the Basilica of San Pedro, located in the Vatican City. To visit these places of interest and many others, we recommend using our Saba public car parks so that you can easily move around the city.