With its stuccoed ornamental facade and handsome courtyard, this grand palazzo is a fine example of 16th-century Mannerist...
Campo de' Fiori
Noisy, colourful ‘Il Campo’ is a major focus of Roman life: by day it hosts one of Rome's best-known markets, while at night it morphs...
Home of the French Embassy, this formidable Renaissance palazzo, one of Rome's finest, was started in 1514 by Antonio da Sangallo the...
On a street between Campo de’ Fiori and Piazza Farnese, this unassuming cafe is a top people-watching pad, ideal for whiling away the...
Sergio alle Grotte
This is a textbook Roman trattoria: chequered tablecloths, dodgy wall murals, battle-hardened waiters delivering steaming bowls of...
Via dei Balestrari 12 · interesting places nearby
L’Angolo Divino information
A hop and a skip from Campo de'Fiori, this is a warm, woody wine bar. It’s an oasis of genteel calm, with a carefully selected wine list, mostly Italian but a few French and New World labels, and a small daily menu of hot and cold dishes such as creamy Andria burrata with sundried tomatoes.