The Keats-Shelley House is where Romantic poet John Keats died of TB at the age of 25, in February 1821. A year later, fellow poet...
Piazza di Spagna & Spanish Steps
A magnet for visitors since the 18th century, the Spanish Steps (Scalinata della Trinità dei Monti) provide a perfect people-watching...
Designed by Italian Francesco De Sanctis, financed by a French diplomat, and named after the nearby Spanish Embassy, Rome's most famous...
Caffè Greco opened in 1760 and is still working the look: penguin waiters, red flock and age-spotted gilt mirrors. Casanova, Goethe,...
A great find in this pricey ‘hood. Pasticcio is a pasta shop that serves up two choices of pasta at lunch time. It’s fast food, Italian...
Lonely Planet review
With a look of wrought-iron chandeliers, polished dark wood and white tablecloths that has worked since it opened in 1934, Nino is enduringly popular with the rich and famous. Waiters can be brusque if you’re not on the A-list, but the food is good hearty fare, including memorable steaks and Tuscan bean soup.