Basilica di Santa Cecilia in Trastevere
The last resting place of the patron saint of music features Pietro Cavallini's stunning 13th-century fresco in the nuns' choir. Inside...
This old-style cinema with plush red seats occasionally shows films in their original language with Italian subtitles.
It’s at reassuring spots like this that you can feel that the world never changes, in some corners at least. Here you can buy...
Viale di Trastevere 53 · interesting places nearby
Known as 'ai Marmi,', Panattoni is also nicknamed l’obitorio (the morgue) because of its marble-slab tabletops. Thankfully the similarity stops there. This is one of Trastevere’s liveliest pizzerias, with paper-thin pizzas, a clattering buzz, testy waiters, streetside seating and fried starters (specialities are supplì and baccalà ).