The Roman Forum is considered the heart of the ancient Rome. In fact, it was the political, religious and economic centre, where speeches, battles and trade took place on a daily basis for decades. Now, it is referred as an open air museum made up of ruins of glorious times. The tourist can still admire a part of the huge Saturn Temple, as well as the first roman prison, and rests of columns, capitals, decorations and statues.
The arch of Titus, that commemorates Titus victories, stays intact as a welcoming gate to the forum. At its border, the rests of the last and biggest roman basilica, called Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine, rises up with its majesty. These and many more are the important sites you will have the chance to admire inside the big area of the roman forum, where a guided tour is strongly suggested as your tour guide will show you detailed images of as it was compared to as it is now. The roman forum is without any doubt a throwback to the real ancient Rome that cannot be missed.