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...
Piazza di Pietra
This charming piazza, surrounded by popular bars and cafes, is overlooked by 11 huge Corinthian columns, all that's left of the...
Tempio di Adriano
Eleven huge Corinthian columns are all that's left of the 2nd-century Tempio di Adriano. The temple formerly housed Rome’s stock...
Owned by the Fandango film company, this is a buzzing, arty little labyrinth in black, white and red. There’s live music from Tuesday to...
A boho-chic restaurant–wine bar with a colourful art-filled interior and a prime location on a charming central piazza. The menu hits...
Piazza di Montecitorio · interesting places nearby
The obelisk in Piazza di Montecitorio was brought from Heliopolis in Egypt by Augustus to celebrate victory over Cleopatra and Mark Antony in 30 BC.