Rome

Palantine Hill

Open Time : 8:30 am – 7:00pm

Entry : free

Address : Palatine Hill, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy

Why to visit Palantine Hill

In the Palantine Hill, hundreds of ruins of imposing buildings built for high Roman society in ancient times can be found. Although the entire scene is impressive,but these needs to get a visit. 

Domus Flavia: The magnificent palace Domus Flavia was built in 81 B.C. by Emperor Domitian's order as a public and official residence.

•House of Livia: The remains of mosaics and frescoes that once adorned the ceilings and walls can still be seen in this modestly built house from the first century B.C.

•House of Augustus: Built as Octavian Augustus' private residence, the two-story house still retains a large portion of the valuable and colourful frescoes that decorated its walls.

The Palatine Hill is a lovely place to take a quiet stroll in the shade of the trees, passing many of the well-preserved corners of ancient Rome.

The Palatine is a veritable green paradise. This hill, once home to aristocrats and emperors, is one of the tallest of "the seven hills." Palatine Hill, overshadowed by the fame of the Colosseum, offers a new perspective on Rome and its history. For many years, this location has served as a commercial, religious, and political hub. This place, known as the "first nucleus of the Roman Empire," has hundreds of ruins and secret pathways, making it one of the best places to visit in Rome.

Special Tip

This can be a long day, so bring some snacks and wear comfortable shoes. It was well worth the effort.

By Sparsh Kapoor

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