Not exactly nuova (new) as the name would suggest, this imposing landmark church overlooking Corso Vittorio Emanuele II boasts a fine...
Check out Rome’s dark side at this macabre museum of crime. Housed in a 19th-century prison, its gruesome collection runs the gauntlet...
Should anyone decide to make an Italian version of Cheers , they should set it at this wood-panelled vino e olio (wine and oil) shop,...
You’ll be hard-pressed to find a cheaper place for a sit-down meal in this neck of central Rome. Unsigned Tonino’s might be defiantly...
Teatro dell’Orologio information
Lonely Planet review
A well-known experimental theatre, the Orologio offers a varied programme of contemporary and classic works, with occasional performances in English.