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According to history, Rome was built on seven hills. In fact, when you walk, the street are always uphill or downhill. So sometimes even while you are walking, you can see things farther. So let's see where we can see the Unforgettable Landscape.

Pincio ( Villa Borghese upper Piazza del Popolo )
The end of Via Sistina-Via Trinita dei Monti, you'll arrive part of Villa Borghese, It's called Piazza di Napoleone l. From there you can see beautiful landscape major of the historical centre of Rome, included Cupola di St.Peter(Vatican),Vittoriano(Piazza Venezia). Also you can see beautiful sunset.

View From "Pincio"

Cupola of  St. Peter ( Vatican)
You can see 360° view of all Rome, included Vatican's garden, Tiber until Albani hills.
But first you have to climb up 551 steps or take a lift and climb up 320 steps.
Elevator and entrance for cupola
Time: 8:00-17:00 (1/Oct - 31/Mar) ,8:00-18:00 ( 1/Apr-30/Sep)
Price: 8 euro elevator until terrace and 320 steps / 6 euro for all 551 steps

Terrace of "Vittoriano" ( Piazza Venezia )
From on the top of  the Vittoriano, you can enjoy spectacular landscape.
Two panoramic elevators opened in 2007, can reach the highest point of the complex from which you can see 360°  of  Roman view included.

Panoramic  elevator
Time: Monday - Sunday : 9:30-19:30 (last entrance 18:45)
Price: Full: 7:00 euro / Reduce: 3.50 euro( under 18 years, over 65 euro)
          Free: until 10 years
Closed: Dec/25 and Jan/1

View From Terrace of "Vittoriano" 

Terrace of Gianicolo
Gianicolo hill located on the right side of the Tiber. Just from the look out near the statue of Garibaldi, you can see beautiful views of old town.
Reach to Bus No.117.

View From Terrace of "Gianicolo"

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