The oldest coffee shop of Rome, frequented by artists from all over the world.
Between those who are sitting at the tables of this coffee shop: D’Annunzio, Goldoni, Keats, Levi, Liszt, Lord Byron and many others.
People told that Rossini has composed some of the pages of his works seated at tables of the Antico Caffè Greco.
A restaurant open from 100 years. The restaurant is very popular and the hosts were both really friendly.
All dishes, from antipasto to dessert, are of excellent quality and real italian food.
Spaghetti alla Carbonara, obviously, is the main dish but there are a lot of recipes of pasta, but also vegetables, artichokes and steaks.
They have many wines, specially red wines.
Traditional Roman Restaurant located in the centre of piazza Navona. It has many tables also outside the restaurant so in the beautiful season is very beautiful sit down to one of these tables and enjoy the sun and people walking in the square.
You can eat all traditional Italian dishes, pasta, ravioli con ricotta cheese and fried vegetables.
Dessert is the main course here; “tartufo al cioccolato” is the best chocolate cake in Rome.
Between Santa Maria Maggiore and via Labicana - near Coliseum and Termini areas.
Genuine Roman restaurant.
I liked spaghetti with cheese, mozzarella cheese, artichoke and other vegetables.
The desserts are simple and tasty.
The house red wine is good and prices reasonable.
Very comfortable restaurant to visit.
The most famous Disco in Rome until the 1960s.
Open every day from 11pm to 5am.
The club features underground and house music, Seventies rock and disco.
Frequented by famous people, offer excellent cocktails.
You have to dress very trendy or smart to get in!
This is the local to choose from an evening full of music.
Close to Piazza Navona in the homonymous little square.
Ideal for those who want to drink and meet people pleasant the evening, after dinner.
Service is friendly and efficient.
Drinks are good, but not cheap but if you want to spend a pleasant evening to chat with friends, the Bar del Fico is the ideal place.
Great open-air market of Rome. Open every Sunday morning from 7.00 until 1.00.
Near Viale Trastevere, in the hearth of Rome, you can find dozens and dozens of merchants of all sorts of things.
Fabrics, clothes and shoes are the most common goods in this market. But you can also find toys, paintings and prints and every kind of tools.
Porta Portese is especially famous for its second-hand goods dealers and the ability to do the real business with pieces of real antiques.
Lamps, chairs, small pieces of silver: everything seems to be so valuable that it seems impossible don't buy anything.
But take care to the fraud.
One of traditional markets of Rome, after the most famous Porta Portese, is via Sannio Market.
This market is on the homonymous street, near Piazza San Giovanni, just outside the ancient walls.
The market is open from Monday to Saturday, from 8.30am to 1.30pm.
It is possible to reach via Sannio by Metro, descending to the stop "San Giovanni".
In this market by Parisian atmosphere it is possible to find every kind of things, from kitchen utensils to cheap CDs, but the main characteristic of this market is its fabulous collection of retro clothes and also second-hand clothes.
Unforgettable charm that of ruins of the famous villa built by Emperor Hadrian (Villa Adriana), on the slopes of the hill on which rises Tivoli.
Looking at what remains of the villa, it is possible to imagine its original splendour.
Hadrian's Villa is the great places to see while you are in Rome.
The gardens are amazing with fountains and sculptures.
The visit of the villa and its wonderful garden requires time. We therefore suggest programming your tour in a way that does not miss anything.
Galleria Borghese is closer Metro station, easy to reach. It is an unforgettable experience. The palace is very beautiful and embodies a great treasure of paintings and sculptures.
The managers of the Museum have decided to limit how many people can enter in the museum and how long each person can stay.
So it is possible to visit the museum halls immersed in the silence and tranquillity, enjoying all the beauty shown: Bernini sculptures, Caravaggio paintings and so on.
At the end of the visit you can stand and drink at the coffee shop.