Chiesa di Sant’Agostino
The plain white facade of this early Renaissance church, built in the 15th century and renovated in the late 18th, gives no indication...
Museo Nazionale Romano: Palazzo Altemps
Just north of Piazza Navona, Palazzo Altemps is a beautiful, late 15th-century palazzo, housing the best of the Museo Nazionale Romano’s...
Occupying the ground floor of an imposing 18th-century palazzo and run by Fandango, an Italian film producer and publisher, this is a...
Volpetti alla Scrofa
This place is an Aladdin’s cave of delicacies, including Belgian beer, French champagne, Italian truffles, sausage and cheese. It’s also...
Lonely Planet review
Caravaggio, Goethe and Federico Fellini are among the luminaries who have dined at what is said to be Rome’s oldest trattoria, dating back to around 1518. Nowadays, locals crowd its two dining rooms to dine on fresh fish and traditional Roman cuisine in a cheerful, pleasantly hectic atmosphere.