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...
On the corner of San Lorenzo’s most happening piazza, this is a relaxed place for a drink, snack or meal (they do good salads). The...
Bocca di Dama
The ‘Mouth of a Woman’ (named after a traditional almond cake) is a lovely little patisserie/café run by creative types – think cakes as...
Locanda Atlantide information
Lonely Planet review
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 experimental theatre to DJ-spun electro music. It’s good to know that punk is not dead.