Chiesa di Sant’Ivo alla Sapienza
Hidden in the porticoed courtyard of Palazzo della Sapienza , this tiny church is a masterpiece of baroque architecture. Built by...
Seat of the Italian Senate since 1871, the regal Palazzo Madama was originally the 16th-century residence of Giovanni de’ Medici, the...
Chiesa di San Luigi dei Francesi
Church to Rome’s French community since 1589, this art-rich baroque bonanza boasts no less than three canvases by Caravaggio: La...
This small, unassuming cafe, generally three deep at the bar, is reckoned to serve the best coffee in town. Created by beating the first...
Armando al Pantheon
An institution in these parts, wood-panelled Armando is a rare find – a genuine family-run trattoria in the touristy Pantheon area. It’s...
Piazza Sant’Eustachio 49 · interesting places nearby
Handily sandwiched between Piazza Navona and the Pantheon, this hole-in-the-wall pizza al taglio (pizza by the slice) takeaway hits the spot with its tasty, low-cal, organic pizza. It also does home delivery from 4pm to 10pm.