From selfies on the Spanish Steps to platters of Italian pasta, the WTA's players found plenty of reasons to be tourists in the Eternal City.

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.

Here for the food??? but still enjoying the city ???⛲️???? #rome #food #tourist #tennis

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And Anastasia Rodionova took a turn around the Piazza Navona.

Just another day in beautiful Rome

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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.

Studying the map like a real tourist since my tennis was super bad yesterday ??‍♀️??‍♀️??‍♀️

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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.

When in Rome... #gelato??

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