Fontana del Nettuno
Dating to the 19th-century, this is the northernmost of the three fountains in Piazza Navona.
Seat of the Italian Senate since 1871, the regal Palazzo Madama was originally the 16th-century residence of Giovanni de’ Medici, the...
Chiesa di San Luigi dei Francesi
Church to Rome’s French community since 1589, this opulent baroque chiesa is home to a celebrated trio of Caravaggio paintings: the...
Corso del Rinascimento 83 · interesting places nearby
Fast food goes upmarket at this trendy takeaway opposite the Senate. The brainchild of Roman super-chef Massimo Riccioli, it offers a wide range of snacks, including gooey, filling arancini (fried rice balls), as well as pastas, salads, couscous and main courses. You can eat in, perched on a high stool in the narrow white interior, or take away.