Michelangelo's last architectural work, this crenellated structure was commissioned by Pope Pius IV to replace Porta Nomentana, one of...
Chiesa di Santa Maria della Vittoria
This modest church is an unlikely setting for an extraordinary work of art – Bernini’s extravagant and sexually charged Santa Teresa...
The soaring, atmospheric Octagonal Hall was part of the ancient structure of the Terme di Diocleziano, and today forms a beautiful...
Plastered with photos of horses and jockeys, this little neighbourhood restaurant is a local favourite that’s been cooking up Roman...
Via Collina 15 · interesting places nearby
Il Caruso information
Spot Il Caruso by the gelato-licking hordes outside. This best-kept-secret artisanal gelateria only does a few strictly seasonal flavours, but they're created to perfection. Try the incredibly creamy pistachio. It also offers two types of panna: the usual whipped cream or the verging-on-sublime zabaglione (egg and marsala custard) combined with whipped cream.