- Type: Sightseeing
- Time to Spend: Less than 1 hour
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Open daily, with abbreviated hours on Sunday, the Pantheon is known for its perfect proportions -- which is amazing, seeing as it was raised in 120 A.D. While you're there, you can also pay your respects to Raphael (the artist, not the ninja turtle), as well as Italian kings Victor Emmanuel II and Umberto I, who are all buried there.
Recent visitors describe this free attraction as a must-see; they also say the Piazza della Rotunda, in which it's located, is a cozy setting for a coffee, pizza slice or gelato. The former pagan temple can be found in the Navona and Campo corner of Rome, accessible via the Barberini metro stop.