For good reason, Rome is often referred to as an open-air museum. It is a living, breathing example of art and history and it's no surprise it boasts one of the largest collections of art, sculptures and ancient relics in the world.
When it comes to museums, everyone has their own tastes. And for those of you looking to feed your eyes and soul with art and history, you've come to the right place. Rome is just one of those cities that offers something for everyone and in the area of museums, is no different.
If you're into contemporary art and architecture, you could spend a day taking in the beauty of light installations and modern art exhibits at the MACRO and the MAXXI. If you you fancy admiring ancient relics and sculptures, then perhaps, the Capitoline Museums or the National Etruscan Museum is a good fit . If it's sublime 16th century Baroque artwork you're after then Palazzo Barberini and Galleria Borghese are your place and don't forget the Vatican Museums - with their Egyptian Age to late Renaissance masterpieces, is the one of the most important collections in the world.
Whatever you fancy, 10Best has highlighted some of the very best for you to check out during your trip.