Chiesa di Sant’Eusebio
The Chiesa di Sant’Eusebio is popular with pet-owners who bring their animals to be blessed on St Anthony’s feast day (17 January).
Museo Nazionale d’Arte Orientale
This little-known but impressive collection is housed in the 19th-century Palazzo Brancaccio. The collection includes 5th-century BC...
Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II
Laid out in the late 19th century as the centrepiece of an upmarket residential district, Rome’s biggest square is a grassy expanse with...
When in Rome...do as the Romans do and head to an Irish pub. The Druid’s Den attracts a cheerful crowd of young expats and Roman...
Off-the-track branch of this splendid deli-bakery-pizzeria, with delish pizza al taglio , pasta dishes and other goodies that make it...
Lonely Planet review
Glorious MAS (Magazzino allo Statuto) is a multistorey temple of glorious didn’t-know-I-needed-it, cheap-as-chips practical goods, thermal vests, bags, watches, pants and the kitchen sink, all piled high and at bargain prices. You can pick up a hat here for a couple of euros or a pair of silk pyjamas for €5.