Chiesa di Sant’Agostino
The plain white facade of this early Renaissance church, built in the 15th century and renovated in the late 18th, gives no indication...
Fontana del Nettuno
Stadio di Domiziano
Like many of the city’s great landmarks, Piazza Navona sits on the site of an ancient monument, in this case the 1st-century-AD Stadio...
Fast food goes upmarket at this trendy takeaway opposite the Senate. The brainchild of Roman super-chef Massimo Riccioli, it offers a...
Corso del Rinascimento 72 · interesting places nearby
Ai Monasteri information
This apothecary-like, wonderfully scented shop sells herbal essences, spirits, soaps, balms and liqueurs, all created by monks across Italy. You can stock up on everything from sage toothpaste to rose shampoo, cherry brandy and elixirs for happiness (€13) and love (€20), though quite why monks are expert at this is anyone’s guess.