The Fontana di Trevi, scene of Anita Ekberg's dip in La Dolce Vita, is a flamboyant baroque ensemble of mythical figures, and wild...
The little-known excavations of Vicus Caprarius (the name of the ancient street) include a Roman house and a Hadrian-era cistern that...
Within splashing distance of the Trevi Fountain, this grand 19th-century theatre produces the odd new work and a stream of well-known...
Offering all-day dining in elegant, laid-back surroundings (it's nailed the Balthazar look: polished wood, potted palms, high ceilings,...
Via Marco Minghetti · interesting places nearby
Piled high with head candy, Vigano opened in 1873 and sells top hats, bowlers and deerstalkers, as well as hacking jackets, to a princely clientele, as if nothing much has changed since it first opened its doors. The hours are quintessentially Roman, too – they open when they feel like it.