Roaming through the gorgeous city of Rome there were historical and architectural gems in every corner. At the heart of Rome, not too far away from the Coliseum, is Trajan’s Forum, a public square erected by emperor Trajan to celebrate the captures from Dacia in 106AD. It’s quite surprising how much still remains today, surrounding a main road with old ruins and structures, giving you a feeling of stepping back in time. Such is Rome.
If you’re walking around the center of Rome, you’re bound to end up in this area one way or the other.