Chiesa di San Lorenzo in Lucina
Little remains of the original 5th-century church that was built here atop an ancient well sacred to Juno. But that shouldn’t detract...
Palazzo di Montecitorio
Home to Italy’s Chamber of Deputies, this baroque palazzo was built by Bernini in 1653, expanded by Carlo Fontana in the late 17th...
Occupying the ground floor of an imposing 18th-century palazzo and run by Fandango, an Italian film producer and publisher, this is a...
Achilli Enoteca al Parlamento
This new, intimate temple of gastronomy, part of a historic wine bar, specialises in Roman cuisine such as amatriciana (pasta with...
Vicolo Rosini 4 · interesting places nearby
Hidden down a narrow lane close to parliament, Gino’s is perennially packed with gossiping journalists and politicians. Join the right honourables for well-executed staples such as rigotoni alla gricia ( pasta with cured pig’s cheek) and meatballs, served under hanging garlic and gaudily painted murals. No credit cards.