This fountain almost fills an entire piazza, and is Rome's most famous fountain, its iconic status sealed when Anita Ekberg splashed...
The little-known excavations of Vicus Caprarius (the name of the ancient street), include a Roman house and a Hadrian-era cistern that...
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Nanà Vini e Cucina
An appealing and simple trattoria, specialising in Neopolitan flavours. Eat in the high-ceilinged interior, under huge brass pipes,...
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Lonely Planet review
Once considered Rome's finest gelato, but there are plenty more contenders for that artisanal crown now. It's still worth tucking into, though service tends to be a bit po-faced and servings a little small. The delicate, strictly natural and seasonal flavours are served only in tubs (cups) – cones would detract from the taste.