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
Palazzo di Montecitorio
Home to Italy’s Chamber of Deputies, this baroque palazzo was built by Bernini in 1653, expanded by Carlo Fontana in the late 17th...
On a picturesque piazza, facing the columns of the Temple of Hadrian, this is a hip, glamorous lounge bar, complete with vintage...
Not far from the Italian parliament, this boho-chic restaurant-wine bar is much frequented by politicians and their glamorous...
Palazzo Chigi information
Lonely Planet review
Located on the northern flank of Piazza Colonna, the 16th-century Palazzo Chigi has been the official residence of Italy’s prime minister since 1961.