Panella l'Arte del Pane
Museo Nazionale d’Arte Orientale
This little-visited but impressive collection is housed in the grandiose 19th-century Palazzo Brancaccio. It includes 5th-century-BC...
Chiesa di San Martino ai Monti
This was already a place of worship in the 3rd century, when Christians would meet in what was then the home of a Roman named Equitius....
Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II
Laid out in the late 19th century as the centrepiece of an upmarket residential district, but today with a rundown, seedy feel, Rome’s...
When in Rome…do as the Romans do and head to an Irish pub. The Druid’s Den attracts a cheerful crowd of young expats and Roman...
Buns filled with whipped cream, light-as-air little cream puffs (perfect as a present when you're invited to someone's house for a...
Via Merulana 54 · interesting places nearby
Panella l'Arte del Pane information
With a magnificent array of pizza al taglio, arancini , focaccia, fried croquettes and pastries, this smart bakery-cum-cafe is good any time of the day. The outside tables are ideal for a leisurely breakfast or chilled evening drink, or you can perch on a high stool and lunch on something from the sumptuous counter display.