The best free things to do in Rome, from the Pantheon to pretty piazzas

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The Italian capital is filled with historic buildings, and many – such as the Pantheon and various churches – are in fact free to wander around. Inside, expect interesting architecture and centuries-old art. You can also hike up hills for fabulous views of the city, discover quiet cloisters, and spend an afternoon in central Rome’s largest gardens – without spending a euro. Follow Telegraph Travel’s Rome expert Lee Marshall as shares his favourite free things to do in Rome. 

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It’s difficult to believe that the Pantheon, a temple to all the gods, has been standing here for almost 2,000 years; even the bronze doors are still intact. Hadrian…

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