It is the largest circular arena in the ancient Rome period, and one of the landmark buildings of the ancient Roman Empire. The Colosseum was built on the site of another Roman Emperor Nero's "golden palace" (Latin: Domus Aurea). It was built between 72 and 82 AD and is located in the center of modern Rome. The entire Colosseum can accommodate up to 50,000 people. However, due to the careful design of the entrance, there will be no congestion and confusion. Even today's large stadiums are still using its design.
Address: Piazza del Colosseo, 00184 Roma
Opening hours: 8:30-16:30 (slightly adjusted according to different seasons); tickets will be stopped one hour before closing. (8:30-14:00 on Good Friday, 13:30-19:15 on June 2, closed on January 1 and December 25)
Scavi Di Pompei
Pompei was once destroyed by Vesuvius, but people didn't pay much attention to it at that time. The ancient city of Pompeii is very famous. Today's Pompeii is just a piece of ruins. If you don't know what you're going to see, you'll only see some ruins. Therefore, we suggest you learn about the history of Pompeii first. Due to a volcanic eruption, the whole Pompeii ancient city was destroyed, but it completely retained all the life scenes of the ancient city at that time. After sleeping for many years, it was not until 1739 that the ancient city of Pompeii was gradually excavated, which made the city come back to people's sight again and gave people a chance to understand the living conditions of the Pompeii People 2,000 years ago. In the excavation, hundreds of people who died in the eruption of the volcano were found. Because the bodies were rotten, only their bodies were left. Archaeologists made these bodies into casts to show the miserable situation of Pompeii to the world at that time. The ancient city of Pompeii is very large.
Address: Via villa Dei Misteri
Opening hours: 9:00-17:00 from November to March of the next year; 9:00-19:30 from April to October; 8:30-19:30 on Saturdays and Sundays. One and a half hours before closing. It is closed on January 1, May 1 and December 25 every year.
Piazza San Marco
Piazza San Marco is the central square of Venice, Italy. In Venice, St. Mark's Square is the only square called a "Piazza", and the other squares, regardless of their size, are called "Campi". St. Mark's Square is unique among European city squares. It is located in the center of the city, but it is not as noisy as other squares. This is due to the quiet waterway traffic in Venice. As a landmark of Venice, San Marco Square is particularly popular with tourists, photographers, and pigeons. In the 19th century, the French emperor Napoleon praised it as "the most beautiful living room in Europe".
Address: Piazza San Marco, 30124 Venezia
Opening hours: all year round
Pisa Cathedral, also known as Duomo di Santa Maria Assunta, is located in the miracle square of Pisa in the Tuscany region of central Italy. It is the Cathedral of the Catholic Bisa diocese. It is a masterpiece of Roman-style architecture built in the middle ages, representing the prestige and wealth of the maritime Republic of Pisa.
Address: Piazza del Duomo 56126 Pisa pi
Opening hours: check the official website.
Duomo di Milano
Also known as the main church of Milan (Duomo in Italian refers to the main church of the city), built-in 1386, is a landmark building in the center of Milan. It took more than four centuries for the main body of the church to be basically completed in 1812, while the detailed works continued until the installation of the last bronze door in 1960. Years not only give it the vicissitudes of history but also create multiple styles for it. The Gothic spire with Baroque carving, from top to bottom, is extremely luxurious. The gilded statue of the Virgin Mary at the top of the church has been quietly guarding the city, and in the glass coffin in the inner basement lies cardinal San Carlo Borromeo, who died in 1584. In 1805, Napoleon was crowned here and became king of Italy. During World War II, the front door of the church was bombed, and the "Scar" can still be seen today.
Address: Piazza Duomo, 20121 Milano
Opening hours: (1) the church is closed at 8:00-19:00, tickets are closed at 18:00 and admission is closed at 18:10; (2) Museo is closed on Wednesdays from 10:00 to 18:00; (3) Baptistery of San Giovanni alle Fonti - Area tickets are closed at 8:00-19:00 from Monday to Sunday, 9:00-19:00 from Monday to Sunday, and admission is closed at 18:00 and 18:10.