Traveling has brought us to many corners of the world — and one group of people keep popping up: the Romans. At its height, the Roman Empire was the most extensive political and social structure in western civilization. Subscribe to our Big & Small Travel Youtube to watch our adventures in Rome and more.
They ended up leaving their mark in places well beyond modern Italy, including England, France, Croatia, Spain, and Germany. Before heading on our Roman photo journey, take a look at the Roman Empire’s domination in 117 AD:
Here are our top 5 spots to find a slice of Ancient Rome outside Rome itself.
- Bath, England – Roman Baths
2. Segovia, Spain – Roman Aqueduct
3. Split, Croatia – Palace of Diocletian
4. Lyon, France – Theatres Romains
5. Trier, Germany – Porta Nigra
Have you been to any of these Roman ruins? What other ones have you seen outside of Italy? Let us know by commenting below. And don’t miss Big and Small Travel running around Rome in this video below:
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