Palazzo delle Esposizioni
This huge neoclassical palace was built in 1882 as an exhibition centre, though it has since served as HQ for the Italian Communist...
Chiesa di Santa Pudenziana
The church of Rome’s Filipino community contains a sparkling 4th-century apse mosaic, the oldest of its kind in the city. An enthroned...
This gourmet shop sells foodstuffs from all over the world. Although this branch doesn’t have as large a range as that on Via Cola di...
Doozo (meaning ‘welcome’) is a spacious, Zen restaurant-bookshop and gallery that offers tofu, sushi, soba (buckwheat noodle) soup and...
Via Genova 32 · interesting places nearby
Da Ricci information
In a tranquil, cobbled cul-de-sac a step away from smoggy Via Nazionale, Rome’s oldest pizzeria started life as a wine bar in 1905, and its wood-panelled interior feels like it hasn’t changed much since. The sign says Est! Est!! Est!!! – Da Ricci’s other name (after its white wine from the north of Lazio). Pizzas are thick-based Neapolitan style (though you can get thin-based if you like), and work best with lots of toppings.