Rome's most attractive and most popular baroque square. Still the Romans' favourite meeting place....
Between Piazza Navona and the Pantheon is one of the oldest cafes and roasting houses in Rome. He...
The Spanish Steps, one of the world's most famous open-air staircases, is as big and lively as a ...
Limone here really tastes like lemon and amaretto really tastes like creamy almond liqueur. The i...
You're not even allowed to dip your little toe into Rome's most popular Baroque fountain, but eve...
Rome's most famous ice cream parlour, where Silvio Berlusconi is also a customer. The classics in...
This Roman temple, designed in the 1st century BC, in the shape of a cylinder with a dome on top,...
In one of the rooms of the trattoria is the open kitchen, so you can watch the chefs prepare Ital...
A market for vegetables, clothes and bric a brac. Rome's most expensive market, but many Roman wom...
The biggest arena of the ancient world, where gladiators did battle with wild animals. The Italian...
St. Peter's Square, which was completed in 1667, is a masterpiece - of optical illusions too. For...
In the largest church in the world, the heart of Christendom beats under Michelangelo's dome. St. ...
Amidst the now ruined temples, arches and basilica, Caesar and Cicero once trod the hallowed grou...
Home to the Papal conclaves, as well as to Michelangelo's legendary Renaissance-style painted cei...
2000 years ago, the Circus Maximus resounded to the cheers which urged on death-defying gladiator...
This large Renaissance piazza was the meeting place for everybody who came down Via Cassia or Via...
A popular trattoria in Trastevere. A good old trattoria in Trastevere with tables on the pavement....
Rome's second-largest park is great for unwinding, either inline skating, cycling or taking a ric...
Restaurant with international cuisine. The first mozzarella bar in Rome with the best buffalo mil...
In ancient times Tiber Island was dedicated to Asclepius, the god of healing. The Holy Roman Empe...