ROME, Italy - This week has seen the WTA's stars descend en masse on the Eternal City for the Internazionali BNL d'Italia. And in a flurry of sunglasses and snapshots, they've taken the opportunity for a spot of sightseeing around one of Europe's most beautiful cities.
Donna Vekic, for example, paid a visit to the ancient battleground of the Colosseum.
And Anastasia Rodionova took a turn around the Piazza Navona.
The Spanish Steps were one of the most popular destinations - fresh off the Madrid doubles title, Martina Hingis and Chan Yung-Jan made their way there as soon as they touched down in Rome. It's a wonder they didn't bump into Monica Puig or Lauren Davis...
Sorana Cirstea seemed to have gotten slightly lost, though.
Maybe she should have followed the examples of Christina McHale and Lucie Safarova: when you've lost your bearings in a foreign city, it's best to focus on food.