Built by Borromini between 1647 and 1648, this landmark clock tower was designed to decorate the adjacent convent of San Filippo Neri.
Not exactly nuova (new) as the name would suggest, this imposing landmark church, also known as the Chiesa di Santa Maria in...
A well-known experimental theatre, the three-stage Orologio offers a varied program of contemporary and classic works, including...
Dining at this quintessential Roman pizzeria-cum-trattoria is all about the buzzing atmosphere and cheerful, noisy vibe. With a small...
Via del Governo Vecchio 18 · interesting places nearby
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A historic presence on Via del Governo Vecchio, Tonino’s might be defiantly low-key with its simple wooden tables and yellowing pictures, but it’s almost always packed with locals and visitors. Don't expect silver service, or even a menu, just straight-up Roman staples and honest local wine. No credit cards.