Via del Governo Vecchio
Striking off west from near Piazza Navona, Via del Governo Vecchio is an atmospheric street full of attractive boutiques, popular...
This unassuming sculpture is Rome’s most famous ‘talking statue’. During the 16th century, when there were no safe outlets for dissent,...
A dressy disco in the heart of the historic centre, La Maison pulls a see-and-be-seen crowd, who flirt and frolic to a soundtrack of...
With a few inside tables and a mile-long menu of panini, the affectionally named ‘dirty one’ is a top spot for a cheap lunchtime bite....
Lonely Planet review
A self-consciously stylish bar-club in a converted 14th-century chapel, Bloom has Philippe Stark lighting and minimalist look that attracts an easy-on-the-eye, label-loving crowd checking each other out.