Michelangelo's last architectural work, this crenellated structure was commissioned by Pope Pius IV to replace Porta Nomentana, one of...
Museo Nazionale Romano: Terme di Diocleziano
The Terme di Diocleziano was ancient Rome's largest bath complex, covering about 13 hectares and with a capacity for 3000 people. Today...
Basilica di Santa Maria degli Angeli
This hulking basilica occupies what was once the central hall of Diocletian's baths complex. It was originally designed by Michelangelo,...
Spurn cutlery and dig in with your hands at this ethnic veteran, serving up authentic Ethiopian and Eritrean grub in technicolour mesobs...
Via Cernaia 37b · interesting places nearby
Part of the Trimani family’s wine empire (their shop just round the corner stocks about 4000 international labels), this is an unpretentious yet highly professional enoteca, with knowledgeable, multilingual staff. It’s Rome’s biggest wine bar and has a vast selection of Italian regional wines as well as an ever-changing food menu – tuck into local salami and cheese or fresh oysters.