With its stuccoed ornamental facade and handsome courtyard, this grand palazzo is a fine example of 16th-century Mannerist...
Home of the French Embassy, this formidable Renaissance palazzo, one of Rome's finest, was started in 1514 by Antonio da Sangallo the...
Fontana del Mascherone
At the southern end of Via Giulia, the Fontana del Mascherone depicts a gormless17th-century hippy seemingly surprised by water spewing...
A hop and a skip from Campo de'Fiori, this is a warm, woody wine bar. It’s an oasis of genteel calm, with a carefully selected wine...
Sergio alle Grotte
This is a textbook Roman trattoria: chequered tablecloths, dodgy wall murals, battle-hardened waiters delivering steaming bowls of...
Via dei Pettinari 86-87 · interesting places nearby
Don’t be fooled by the discount, workaday look – those in the know head to this seemingly down-at-heel shop for the latest footwear fashions. Women's styles, ranging from ballet flats to heeled boots, are displayed in the functional glass cabinets, alongside a small selection of men's leather shoes.