Battelli di Roma
From April to October runs cruises along the Tiber. There's also a bus–boat combination tour (€35), and, on Thursdays, Fridays and...
With its chunky round keep, this castle is an instantly recognisable landmark. Built as a mausoleum for the emperor Hadrian, it was...
Complesso Monumentale Santo Spirito in Saxia
Originally an 8th-century lodging for Saxon pilgrims, this ancient hospital complex was established by Pope Innocent III in the late...
On the main approach road to St Peter's Basilica, this auditorium plays host to performances of the Orchestra Sinfonica Roma...
Alfredo e Ada
For a taste of authentic Roman cooking, head to this much-loved trattoria with its wood panelling and spindly, marble- topped tables....
Ponte Sant’Angelo information
The emperor Hadrian built the Ponte Sant’Angelo in 136 to provide an approach to his mausoleum, but it was Bernini who brought it to life with his angel sculptures in the 17th century. The three central arches of the bridge are part of the original structure; the end arches were restored and enlarged in 1892–94 during the construction of the Lungotevere embankments.