Battelli di Roma
From April to October runs cruises along the Tiber. There's also a bus–boat combination tour (€35), and, on Thursdays, Fridays and...
Via dei Coronari
Named after the coronari (rosary-bead sellers) who used to work here, this elegant pedestrian street is famous for its antique shops. A...
The emperor Hadrian built the Ponte Sant’Angelo in 136 to provide an approach to his mausoleum, but it was Bernini who brought it to...
A great little cafe-bar, tucked around the corner from Piazza Navona. It’s a funky, informal place popular with American students from...
Alfredo e Ada
For a taste of authentic Roman cooking, head to this much-loved trattoria with its wood panelling and spindly, marble- topped tables....
Lonely Planet review
On Via dei Coronari, a lovely pedestrian street lined by antique shops, Casali deals in old prints, many delicately hand-coloured. The shop is small but the choice is not, ranging from 16th-century botanical manuscripts to postcard prints of Rome.