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Piè di Marmo
Chiesa di Santa Maria Sopra Minerva
Built on the site of an ancient temple to Minerva, the Dominican Chiesa di Santa Maria Sopra Minerva is Rome’s only Gothic church....
Cookery writer Diane Seed (The Top One Hundred Pasta Sauces) runs cooking courses from her kitchen in Palazzo Doria Pamphilj. There are...
A big lively pub just off busy Via del Corso, Trinity College has an ample selection of imported beers and bar food, and a few outdoor...
It’s unusual to find good Chinese food in Rome, and this five-room feng shui-designed restaurant is something entirely different: a...
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Lonely Planet review
Roman poet Trilussa was so smitten with this historic chocolate shop – established by the Torinese confectioners to the royal house of Savoy – that he dedicated several sonnets in its honour. Many of the handmade chocolates and bonbons, laid out in ceremonial splendour in glass cabinets set against dark crimson walls, are still made to 19th-century recipes.