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Not sure where the best place is to start your adventures in this fantastic travel destination? St. Peter's Basilica and Roman Forum are a great start.
Every family member will have a ball at Rainbow MagicLand and Zoomarine. If you're hunting for a bit more excitement, the Explora Children's Museum and Hydromania are a couple of other options.
Plunge into an entrancing underwater world that's teeming with marine life at Mediterraneum Aquarium Rome. Actually, come to think of it, it might be better to remain on dry ground. Some of these critters shouldn't be messed with!
Witness the wonder and amazement in your children's eyes when they meet the amazing animals at the Bioparco di Roma. The Zoo Marine also offers an educational and interactive experience.
Wine aficionados can spend a little time exploring the area's scenic vineyards. Plenty of tasty drops are available at Fontana Candida and the Gotto D'Oro-Cantina Sociale di Marino. The La Luna del Casale and the Rutuli Vineyard are two other worthwhile stops where you'll get a deeper understanding of the region's wine industry.
You needn't be a gardening enthusiast to get something out of the gorgeous garden beds at the Botanical Gardens and the Orto Botanico.
There's no need to venture deep into the forest to see a bit of greenery. Villa Borghese and the Vatican Gardens are just two of the impressive recreational spots you'll find amid this concrete jungle. Alternatively, head outside and get moving at Lake Albano or Villa Torlonia.
Keep an eye out for some of the area's birdlife at Lake Nemi. Or, if you're in the mood for a bit of excitement, why not investigate if there are any water sports at Tiber River?
Slip on some comfy shoes and get ready for an adventure. There are a number of nature reserves around this area that are just waiting to be enjoyed. The clean, crisp air and natural surroundings at Baths of Caracalla and Lupercale are as energising as it gets. Parco della Caffarella and Parco Archeologico Appia Antica are two more that are worth checking out.
If you're after a couple of tranquil places to unwind and maybe even discover a thing or two, go to the Capitoline Museum and the Vatican Museums. Enquire about group tours or just study the interesting displays on your own. The MAXXI - National Museum of the 21st Century and the Museum of Roman Civilization are also leading alternatives.
Ship building and navigation techniques have played a massive role in shaping many nations throughout the world. To learn more about the seafaring past of the region, head to the Museo delle Navi Romani.
Learn all about the most recent in scientific innovation at Rome Observatory. The journey of discovery doesn't have to end there. INAF Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma is packed with even more science items and exhibits that are just waiting to be explored.
You'll discover all sorts of specimens and other objects from the natural world at the Crypta Balbi and the Ara Pacis. To see more from this versatile planet, continue on to the Museo delle Navi Romane and the Museo delle Mura.
With quite a few superb art exhibitions to select from, you might need a helpful push in the right direction. We suggest grabbing a coffee and heading straight to the Castel Sant'Angelo or the National Gallery of Modern Art. If you've still got an itch to scratch, you can also feast your eyes at the Borghese Gallery and the Galleria Doria Pamphilj.
Step back in time and uncover the events and people that have helped shape this region at the Trajan's Market and the Montemartini Museum. For an even deeper peek into past events, also check out the Central Museum of the Risorgimento and the Historic Museum of the Liberation.
Enjoy some insight into the past by checking out some of Rome's historically important sites. Though you're spoilt for options, Colosseum and the Pantheon are a good place to start. If you're still looking for more, the Spanish Steps and the Arch of Constantine are also worthwhile attractions.
Ponte Milvio and Ponte Sisto have stood over Rome's waterways for what feels like forever, so the least you can do in return is pop by for a visit. They aren't the only historic crossings. Ponte Sant'Angelo and Vittorio Emanuele II Bridge have also been patiently awaiting you since the days of yore.
"If you've got it, flaunt it!" It appears as though something along the lines of this was on the minds of those who designed Palazzo Farnese and Palazzo Venezia. Of course, they're not the only fantastic dwellings you'll run into in Rome. Palazzo Barberini and Palazzo Chigi are also well worth a visit.
Castello di Giulio II appears as though it belongs in a book of myths and legends. Drop by and imagine what it must have been like to live in this majestic building. Lunghezza Castle and Castle of Julius II are two more that are also really impressive.
Whether you're spiritual or simply after a little tranquillity, Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore and Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano are sure to add some deeper meaning to your adventures. If you want to discover even more, continue on to Sistine Chapel and Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls.
They mightn't be on the cover of any travel magazines, but the Parco di Roma Golf Club and Palazzo della Civilta Italiana are still worth stopping by. You shouldn't miss the Vatican Library and the National Central Library of Rome either.