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Villa Borghese is surrounded by one of the largest and most beautiful public parks in Rome, stretching from above Piazza del Popolo to the top of Via Veneto. This villa was constructed at the begi... más información

Villa Borghese garden and the Galleria Borghese museum: a large landscape garden in the naturalistic English manner, built by the architect Flaminio Ponzio, developing sketches by Cardinal Scipione... más información

Logistics Of This Walk And Important Notes Villa Borghese is the largest public park in Rome and a great safety valve to escape the noise and bustle of the city of Rome. There is much to see and do... más información

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Cafè and bar. Try its famous tiramisu, one of the best in town. Weekend brunch. Wonderful croissant. It sells tobaccos also. Open Everyday 7.00-1.30 except on Monday. // Caffè e bar. Da provare il ... más información

Ask anyone where to get the best tiramisù in Rome and they'll most likely give you more or less an answer: Pompi. Just close our loft in San Giovanni, here you can find one of the best deliciuos i... más información

Famous Home-made Patisserie Most Famous Roman Tiramisù Ever €5-€15 per head Metro Baldo degli Ubaldi to Re di Roma, 25 minutes Ph. 06 700 0418 Open: 07.00-24.00 (closed on Monday)

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Via Cola di Rienzo is a shopping street which connects Piazza Risorgimento - next to the Basilica of Saint Peter - to Piazza del Popolo in the heart of historic Rome, where locals usually love to d... más información

Shopping Street where locals usually love to do shopping! You'll find pretty much everything from cloth stores to supermarkets, cafés and banks. A shopping street 3 minutes from the appartment wh... más información

Take a nice stroll in the bourgeois shopping street of Rome, close to Vatican, it connects Piazza Risorgimento to Piazza del Popolo. Full of different types of shops, restaurants, ice-cream parlors... más información

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Via del Corso is a main street in the historical centre of Rome. Today, the Corso is a popular place for the "passeggiata", the evening stroll for the populace to be seen and to see others. It is a... más información

Via del Corso is a main street in the historical centre of Rome. Today, the Corso is a popular place for the "passeggiata", the evening stroll for the populace to be seen and to see others. It is a... más información

Via del Corso is one of the main streets of Rome and very good for shopping. Here you can find the big international stores, like Zara, Nike and Adidas, the big Italian stores, such as Feltrinelli ... más información

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After an early morning at the Centro Storico's colourful Campo de' Fiori market, stroll three minutes to the Tiber and cross the river via the stone footbridge, Ponte Sisto, to reach Trastevere. He... más información

After an early morning at the Centro Storico's colourful Campo de' Fiori market, stroll three minutes to the Tiber and cross the river via the stone footbridge, Ponte Sisto, to reach Trastevere. He... más información

Nowadays, Trastevere maintains its character thanks to its narrow cobbled streets lined by ancient houses. At night, natives and tourists alike flock to its many pubs and restaurants, but much of t... más información

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Auditorium Parco della Musica is a large multi-functional public complex in Rome dedicated to music, contributing to enrich the already immense patrimony of the Eternal City. The complex is situa... más información

It is a large multi-functional music complex designed by the world famous architect Renzo Piano. It became Europe's most visited music facility. There is always something to enjoy, with 5 amazing c... más información

It is a large multi-functional public music complex built by the famous Italian architect Renzo Piano.It became Europe's most visited music facility with over one million spectators in one year.

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NECCI

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68 Via Fanfulla da Lodi·Mapa·Horas·Sitio web·

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If you are looking for relaxed drink and a bite to eat away from touristy madness with a hip ambiance its worth considering Necci. Really great decor and good music. Breakfast, lunch, aperitif and... más información

If you are looking for relaxed drink and a bite to eat away from touristy madness with a hip ambiance its worth considering Necci. Really great decor and good music. Great tastes for both appetize... más información

Breakfast, lunch, aperitif and restaurant. The aperitif Necci is an event of Pigneto. From Monday to Saturday from 7pm the aperitif consists of a selection of fried and buns. A wonderful garden w... más información

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the Vatican City and are located within the city's boundaries. They display works from the immense collection built up by the Popes throughout the centuries including some of the most renowned cla... más información

Aperture Notturne. Tutti i venerdì sera, dal 6 maggio al 28 ottobre – eccetto il mese di agosto – il portone monumentale dei Musei del Papa si schiuderà al tramonto per svelare in una luce inconsu... más información

You must see the Sistine Chapel! Vatican Museum Night Openings: Every Friday evening, from 6 May to 28 October – except in August – the monumental door of the Pope's Museums will open at sunset to ... más información

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Wake up early and breakfast from Panella bakery (Via Merulana 54). There are about ten minutes walk from here. The road is steep, but when you get to this place you know that it was worth the effor... más información

Un elegante panetteria, fornaio storico, dove potrete consumare deliziose colazioni, comprare ricercati prodotti da forno, ma anche consumare brunch o aperitivi, anche sotto gli ombrelloni" - "An e... más información

Bakery whit every type of excellent bread, pizza and cake. They also serve aperitif. Outdoor area. Expensive prices – www.panellaroma.com

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Sant'Eustachio Il Caffè is an ancient Coffee Shop and Roaster that was born in the thirties. Located in the heart of Rome, in front of the Senato della Repubblica palace, it is just a few steps awa... más información

Sant’Eustachio Caffè is an ancient and oldest coffee shop and roaster in Rome located near Senato della Repubblica. Their very special coffee is made with an handmade sugar cream that make it suite... más información

Sant'Eustachio Il Caffè is an ancient Coffee Shop and Roaster that was born in the thirties. Located in the heart of Rome, in front of the Senato della Repubblica palace

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Probably the most known monument of the world. You will breathe the ancient Rome and its history The Flavius amphitheatre is the biggest and most imposing in the Roman world, but is also the most f... más información

The Colosseum or Coliseum, also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre (Latin: Amphitheatrum Flavium; Italian: Anfiteatro Flavio or Colosseo) is an elliptical amphitheatre in the centre of the city of R... más información

Located just east of the Roman Forum, the massive stone amphitheater known as the Colosseum was commissioned around A.D. 70-72 by Emperor Vespasian of the Flavian dynasty as a gift to the Roman peo... más información

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Considered one of the best pizzerias in all of the central part of Rome, typical Trasteverian; noisy, crowded and fun. No bookings, just go. Don't forget to order nutella/ricotta calzone for desser... más información

Considered one of the best pizzerias in all of the central part of Rome, typical Trasteverian; noisy, crowded and fun. No bookings, just go. Don't forget to order nutella/ricotta calzone for dessert!

This area is near Piazza Trilussa and Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere. Dar Poeta is frequented by tourists and locals who appreciate our unique pizza, cooked in wood oven.

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The Stadio Olimpico is the main and largest sports facility of Rome, Italy. It is located within the Foro Italico sports complex ( football , rugby, athletics.

Per vedere partite di calcio ed incontri di Rugby - To watch football and rugby games

The stadium offers more than rugby and football matches. The surrounding area is worth a visit

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Il mercato trionfale è un mercato ricco di prodotti della cucina italiana con ben 273 banchi. E' unico a Roma per la sua varietà di alimenti: frutta e ortaggi, pesce, carne. Troverete un’ampia vari... más información

Local market, traditionally street market converted indoor in 2009, is large and rich of stands: fruits and vetables, bakery, meat, fish, daily fresh eggs and italian honey. Buoni prezzi e vendita... más información

The oldest street market in Rome. A popular landmark of Roman soul where you can find everything: fresh fruits and vegetables, cheeses and meat, fresh fish, cold cuts, rice, cereals, honey, jams, etc.

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In Trastevere district famous for aperitivo / happy hour with buffet from 7pm. You pay for the drink about 8 Euro and have a selection of different ethnic food from the buffet. Easy-going, young p... más información

Small but nice, youthful and particular place near Piazza Trilussa in Trastevere. Great, lively place to do Aperitivo ( you pay for the drink and included in the drink price you have a big selectio... más información

Great, lively place to do Aperitivo ( you pay for the drink and included in the drink price you have a big selection of different ethnic food from the buffet ) near Piazza Trilussa in Trastevere.

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Da Baffetto

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114 Via del Governo Vecchio·Mapa·Horas·Sitio web·

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Icon and piece of history in Roma Pizzeria. Amongst thinnest and most tasteful pizzas (roman pizza MUST be thin). Very good also CALZONE (folded and filled pizzas), appetizers. A legendary, convivi... más información

Icon and piece of history in Roma Pizzeria. Amongst thinnest and most tasteful pizzas (roman pizza MUST be thin). Very good also CALZONE (folded and filled pizzas), appetizers. NOTE: after 8 p.m. p... más información

A legendary, convivial pizzeria near Piazza Navona. This is a pizzeria, not a restaurant, so all they do is the traditional Roman crisp, thin-crust pizza. No reservations; no credit cards!

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The oldest Italian ice cream factory. Taste it. It is a evolving system which aims at succeeding in the future thanks to its successful past, which made it a leading brand in the ice cream industry.

Fassi It 'a very special ice cream shop. It only serves ice cream in many versions. For me it is the best of Rome, and the prices are good as ice cream!

The oldest Italian ice cream factory. For over 100 years this vintage ice-cream parlor has been serving up some of the best Italian gelato in Rome. For just 2 Euros you'll get the best cone in the ... más información

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Cool place 2 minutes from piazza navona, Bar del fico is good any time of the day, from breakfast through to dinner. The big bowl of lunch time pasta hit the spot nicely makes for a relaxed, laid b... más información

Perfect for a coffee break or a drink after dinner. This is an historical bar of Rome located in a characteristic and small square near Piazza Navona where lovers of chess challenge each other. It ... más información

Cool place 2 minutes from piazza navona, Bar del fico is good any time of the day, from breakfast through to dinner. The big bowl of lunch time pasta hit the spot nicely makes for a relaxed, laid back

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A nordic design restaurant with industrial accents in the gasometer district . Combines good food with the fashion aspect of the new Roman nightlife. Porto Fluviale is an Amazing Restaurant, huge, ... más información

Porto Fluviale is an Amazing Restaurant, huge, clean and Tasty! They have new local and the best staff! You can found the Pizza department, the restaurant and the tavern one! Really a brilliant idea!

It is a new place where the italian food culture found place. It is always open and they make different home made beer and you can eat pizza , pasta or a lot of other good food!!

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Coming back from Historic Centre or Vatican City you can stop by Il Sorpasso, great for an aperitif, you can eat typical Italian food revisited. Nice and cozy ambient and people. Maybe my favorite ... más información

Coming back from Historic Centre or Vatican City you can stop by Il Sorpasso, great for an aperitif, you can eat typical Italian food revisited. Nice and cozy ambient and people.

Coming back from Historic Centre or Vatican City you can stop by Il Sorpasso, in Via Properzio 31 - 33, www.sorpasso.info/web/, wine, cheese, ham & salame, trendy, cocktails & restaurant

Recomendado por 57 anfitriones de la zona

Vicolo Savelli, between Piazza Navona and Campo de’Fiori. Pizza Romana. Go early to avoid long queues, and know what you want when the waiter comes to take your order. Also pasta and meat.

This authentic roman restaurant is one of my two absolute favourites in Rome. I keep going back there and I'm never disappointed. They serve the best supplì, but also the pizza and pasta is top!!!

The true goodness of Rome. They cultivate the passion for eating bene: pizza is good, it enchants; pasta is good, it surprises. Service is quick, it stupefies.

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After the tour at Vatican Museum, there's a place nearby that I would advise where I love to go often. It's called La Zanzara (The Mosquito), via Crescenzio 84 The best part of Zanzara is their apr... más información

The best part of Zanzara is their apretivi! When you plan to go be sure to arrive at 6:30pm as grabbing a table is hard! This spot is well known by the Romans! Apretivi is like a cocktail hour and ... más información

After the tour at Vatican Museum, there's a place nearby that I would advise where I love to go often. It's called La Zanzara (The Mosquito), via Crescenzio 84. For this advice they do not give me ... más información

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Freshly made pasticceria. A must in Rome. Regoli is an artisan bakery founded in 1916 and is still run by the Regoli Family. It produces its sweets following the most classic recipes of italian tra... más información

Freshly made pasticceria. A must in Rome. The staff were friendly with tourist like locals. You have to try. Find on tripadvisor and you will read a lots of good reviews!

The best bakery house of Rome probably, is there since 1919, the best thing they do is the yellow cream, mustard, it's just soo delicious!

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If you are walking around Campo de Fiori during the day you have to try their pizza with tomato, the bread with olives, with wall nuts, with raisins sour black cherry tart, cookies cream and pine-s... más información

Enjoy Pizza with tomato Bread with olives Bread with wall nuts Bread with raisins Sour black cherry tart Cokies Cream and pine-seed cake Ricotta (Cottage cheese) cake

"Pizza bianca" is a product that is extremely light and delicate, made of flour, water, salt, yeast, and extra virgin olive oil; you can eat as a simple bread or as a sandwich filling.

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Very traditional Roman bar that has stood the test of time and orders are still shouted to the back in a Roman dialect. Locals here favor the homemade ice cream or in winter a hot chocolate. Perfec... más información

Very traditional Roman bar that has stood the test of time and orders are still shouted to the back in a Roman dialect. Locals here favor the homemade ice cream or in winter a hot chocolate.

Perfect to enjoy the atmosphere of Trastevere... traditional Roman bar that has stood the test of time and orders are still shouted to the back in a Roman Slang...

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Gabriele Bonci’s famous pizza-by-the-slice joint serves some of the best carbs in town. The slow-leavened dough is made from organic stone ground flour and toppings change throughout the day.

The 2nd best pizza in the world by Where to eat pizza in the world 2016 by Daniel Young. "MIchelangelo" of pizza by VOUGUE international in 2015.

Taste the world famous pizza of Bonci Pizzarium, it's around the corner on the way to the Metro stop. You can sit there or have a slice of delicious pizza to take away.

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Campo De Fiori ( Field of flowers) 2 minutes by walk. This is a public meeting point and various merchants come to this area. Farmer market in the morning until afternoon with many things to offer... más información

Famous for its daily market (in the morning) and full of cafè, pub and restaurant. It is 4/5 minutes walking from our house. Behind Campo de' Fiori you have Piazza Farnese and opposite, crossing th... más información

Very good restaurant and pizzeria hosted in the lively square of Campo de' Fiori. Special focus on the best italian mozzarella and other "slow food" ingredients. 25€-35€.

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Castroni is one of the most important stores of food of high quality. Here you can find coffee, tea, spices, jams, honey, chocolate, pasta, wine and many other local products and from around the world

You can get anything from peanut butter to taco seasoning, to artisanal Italian sauces, coffee beans, and fancy crackers.Castroni offers packaged goods, coffee beans, and Dr. Pepper.

Take Away food and a grocery store with a very good selection of italian food (chees, ham, etc.)

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The three streets leading into the Piazza del Popolo — Via del Corso, Via del Babuino, Via Ripetta — and all the little cross streets in between — Via Condotti, Via Frattina, Via Borgognona — form ... más información

For designer labels the best area is between the Spanish Steps (Piazza di Spagna) and Via del Corso. Via dei Condotti, directly opposite the Spanish Steps, is home to many of the biggest names in f... más información

It's one of the most famous streets of Rome because it starts from the steps of Piazza di Spagna and welcomes the Boutique of the great names of haute couture as Dior, Gucci, Valentino, Hermes, Arm... más información

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You will find a restaurant, the perfect This chocolate factory in San Lorenzo district sells handmade chocolates . Walk past the chocolate displays and place to have a cake-stop or a long brunch. I... más información

In the heart of San Lorenzo,the favorite neighborhood of university students,there is SAID,an old chocolate factory and also a restaurant.It’s perfect both for lunch and dinner and even for aperit... más información

This chocolate factory in San Lorenzo district sells handmade chocolates . Walk past the chocolate displays and you will find a restaurant, the perfect place to have a cake-stop or a long brunch.