4 days in Rome? A week? No matter how many days you spend in Rome, the best itinerary you can think of starts right where you are.
Palazzo Montemartini Rome is close to some of Rome top attractions: so why don’t you hit the road and start exploring the area? Here’s a little list of what to see in Rome that’s within walking distance.
Roman National Museum and the Baths of Diocletian: two top attractions in Rome
What really defines a modern city is the way its citizens celebrate the past and Romans know perfectly well how to carry tradition into modern times. The Baths of Diocletian were the largest thermal complex of Ancient Rome, big enough to accommodate 300 people, and later restored by Michelangelo. Just picture it – gorgeous baths where citizens of the Empire used to meet, relax and discuss politics and sports. Today the Baths are part of the Roman National Museum. Take a stroll in the garden and gaze at impressive works of art, statues, sarcophagi, and reliefs.