Museo d’Arte Contemporanea di Roma (MACRO)
Along with MAXXI, this is Rome’s most important contemporary art gallery. Occupying a converted Peroni brewery, it hosts temporary...
Divulgazione Lingua Italiana
School offering a range of language and cultural courses.
Museo Nazionale Romano: Terme di Diocleziano
The Terme di Diocleziano was ancient Rome's largest bath complex, covering about 13 hectares and with a capacity for 3000 people. Today...
Plastered with photos of horses and jockeys, this little neighbourhood restaurant is a local favourite that’s been cooking up Roman...
Piazzale Porta Pia · interesting places nearby
Porta Pia information
Michelangelo's last architectural work, this crenellated structure was commissioned by Pope Pius IV to replace Porta Nomentana, one of the original gates in the Aurelian walls.
Bitter street fighting took place here in 1870 as Italian troops breached the adjacent walls to wrest the city from the pope and claim it for the nascent kingdom of Italy.