Galleria Alberto Sordi
Together with Piazza di Montecitorio, this stylish piazza is Rome’s political nerve centre. On its northern flank, the 16th-century...
Colonna di Marco Aurelio
Located on the northern flank of Piazza Colonna, the 16th-century Palazzo Chigi has been the official residence of Italy’s prime...
On a picturesque piazza, facing the columns of the Temple of Hadrian, this is a hip, glamorous lounge bar, complete with vintage...
This one-time Fellini haunt feels like a step back in time with its picture-gallery dining rooms, Liberty wall lamps, cantankerous...
Lonely Planet review
This elegant stained-glass arcade appeared in Alberto Sordi’s 1973 classic, Polvere di Stelle, and has since been renamed for Rome’s favourite actor, who died in 2003. It’s a serene place to browse stores such as Zara and Feltrinelli, and there’s an airy cafe ideal for a quick coffee break.