Porta Maggiore was built by Claudius in AD 52. Then, as now, it was a major road junction under which passed the two main southbound...
An elegant former pasta factory that hung up its spaghetti racks in 1960 after 55 years of business, this is now a hub of Rome's...
Gente di San Lorenzo
On the corner of San Lorenzo’s Piazza dell'Immacolata, which gets thronged with students on balmy nights, this is a relaxed place for a...
This basic, historic San Lorenzo pizzeria is as adrenaline-fuelled as its name: waiters zoom around under whirring fans, delivering...
Via dei Lucani 22b · interesting places nearby
Locanda Atlantide information
Come, tickle Rome’s grungy underbelly. Descend through a door in a graffiti-covered wall into this cavernous basement dive, packed to the rafters with studenty, alternative crowds and featuring everything from prog-folk to DJ-spun electro music. It’s good to know that punk is not dead.