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Restaurants

"Osteria Ragno D'Oro" welcomes you with the warmth of a casual family atmosphere, where you will feel at home from the very first moment. Whether it is a family lunch, a get-together with old friends or a business dinner, you will be warmly welcomed and carefully served. We offer you the best of traditional Roman cuisine, with some specialities revisited in a modern key. The watchword is quality and freshness: our raw materials are all genuine and of Italian origin. Desserts are homemade, prepared in house by our chef. Our wine list contains a careful selection of products from different Italian regions."
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Ragno d'Oro
26 Via Silla
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"Osteria Ragno D'Oro" welcomes you with the warmth of a casual family atmosphere, where you will feel at home from the very first moment. Whether it is a family lunch, a get-together with old friends or a business dinner, you will be warmly welcomed and carefully served. We offer you the best of traditional Roman cuisine, with some specialities revisited in a modern key. The watchword is quality and freshness: our raw materials are all genuine and of Italian origin. Desserts are homemade, prepared in house by our chef. Our wine list contains a careful selection of products from different Italian regions."
One of the most famous and sought-after pizzerias in central Rome. A historic pizzeria in Rome that has hosted national and international celebrities for over 30 years. Genuine quality products, typical Roman cuisine and a cheerful atmosphere are the ingredients of La Montecarlo's success."
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La Montecarlo
13 Vicolo Savelli
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One of the most famous and sought-after pizzerias in central Rome. A historic pizzeria in Rome that has hosted national and international celebrities for over 30 years. Genuine quality products, typical Roman cuisine and a cheerful atmosphere are the ingredients of La Montecarlo's success."
Traditional trattoria with red checked tablecloths offering a typical Roman menu and generous portions.
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Da Sergio
27 Vicolo delle Grotte
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Traditional trattoria with red checked tablecloths offering a typical Roman menu and generous portions.
'Restaurant, delicatessen, cold cuts and cheese counter. Wines and spirits, takeaway and home delivery. In the heart of the capital, just a few steps from Campo de' Fiori, a historic restaurant with a menu based on great ingredients, constant dialogue with the cured meats and cheeses counter, and true Roman and Italian cuisine."
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Roscioli Salumeria con Cucina
21 Via dei Giubbonari
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'Restaurant, delicatessen, cold cuts and cheese counter. Wines and spirits, takeaway and home delivery. In the heart of the capital, just a few steps from Campo de' Fiori, a historic restaurant with a menu based on great ingredients, constant dialogue with the cured meats and cheeses counter, and true Roman and Italian cuisine."
Exclusive rustic tavern with exposed hams, known for its pasta served in steel pans.
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Taverna Trilussa Trastevere
23/25 Via del Politeama
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Exclusive rustic tavern with exposed hams, known for its pasta served in steel pans.
Pastel-coloured restaurant specialising in pasta and pizza with a rustic interior in a quiet square.
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Roma Sparita
24 Piazza di Santa Cecilia
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Pastel-coloured restaurant specialising in pasta and pizza with a rustic interior in a quiet square.
Historic and famous trattoria with a simple brick interior serving Roman cuisine, famous for making one of the best 'Cacio e Pepe' pastas in Rome.
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Felice a Testaccio
29 Via Mastro Giorgio
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Historic and famous trattoria with a simple brick interior serving Roman cuisine, famous for making one of the best 'Cacio e Pepe' pastas in Rome.
"Neo-Bistro restaurant in Rome: modern cuisine linked to the territory and traditional flavours. A contemporary, contaminated and enjoyable gastronomic idea by chef Davide Del Duca, accompanied by contrasts and artisanal raw materials."
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Osteria Fernanda
18 Via Crescenzo del Monte
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"Neo-Bistro restaurant in Rome: modern cuisine linked to the territory and traditional flavours. A contemporary, contaminated and enjoyable gastronomic idea by chef Davide Del Duca, accompanied by contrasts and artisanal raw materials."
Italian cuisine on a chic terrace on the top floor of a hotel, with a glass veranda and a view of the Colosseum.
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Aroma
125 Via Labicana
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Italian cuisine on a chic terrace on the top floor of a hotel, with a glass veranda and a view of the Colosseum.
Zuma Rome is located in the iconic Palazzo Fendi, covering two entire floors. Dine in the restaurant or beautiful roof terrace for views overlooking the “eternal city”.
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Zuma Rome
48 Via della Fontanella di Borghese
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Zuma Rome is located in the iconic Palazzo Fendi, covering two entire floors. Dine in the restaurant or beautiful roof terrace for views overlooking the “eternal city”.
"Entering Imàgo, the Hassler's 6th floor panoramic Michelin starred restaurant in Rome with its unique view over the city, is to be greeted by a beautiful life-size painting that fills each window of this spectacular location loved by the Roman locals and international guests alike. Crossing the threshold of Imàgo, a Michelin-starred restaurant in the heart of Rome, the view of Rome envelops one almost as if it were an apparition, a dream that leads one's thoughts and memories into a fairytale world. Soft music, elegant, refined furnishings and the play of light that is different for every hour of the day and evening, which is also reflected in the mirrors, create a unique atmosphere."
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Imàgo
6 Piazza della Trinità dei Monti
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"Entering Imàgo, the Hassler's 6th floor panoramic Michelin starred restaurant in Rome with its unique view over the city, is to be greeted by a beautiful life-size painting that fills each window of this spectacular location loved by the Roman locals and international guests alike. Crossing the threshold of Imàgo, a Michelin-starred restaurant in the heart of Rome, the view of Rome envelops one almost as if it were an apparition, a dream that leads one's thoughts and memories into a fairytale world. Soft music, elegant, refined furnishings and the play of light that is different for every hour of the day and evening, which is also reflected in the mirrors, create a unique atmosphere."

Cocktail Bar

Argot - Mixology bar - Roma centro - musica live
93 Via dei Cappellari
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NaBi Happiness Factory
2 Piazza dell'Alberone
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Visite turistiche

One of the most picturesque places in Rome, the only monumental square in the city centre without a church, Campo de' Fiori is located halfway between Piazza Navona and Piazza Farnese and represents the typical setting of old Rome. The colourful market that animates the square is one of the most characteristic of the city. Moved there from Piazza Navona in 1869, it owes its name to a wonderful flowery field where animals grazed until the 15th century.
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Campo de' Fiori
Campo de' Fiori
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One of the most picturesque places in Rome, the only monumental square in the city centre without a church, Campo de' Fiori is located halfway between Piazza Navona and Piazza Farnese and represents the typical setting of old Rome. The colourful market that animates the square is one of the most characteristic of the city. Moved there from Piazza Navona in 1869, it owes its name to a wonderful flowery field where animals grazed until the 15th century.
Piazza Navona is one of the most spectacular and characteristic urban complexes of Baroque Rome.
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Piazza Navona
Piazza Navona
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Piazza Navona is one of the most spectacular and characteristic urban complexes of Baroque Rome.
Probably the most famous monument in the world and a symbol of Rome's greatness, the Flavian Amphitheatre, better known as the Colosseum because of the colossal bronze statue of Nero that stood nearby, stands in the archaeological heart of the city, and for almost two thousand years has told an uninterrupted story of fascination and magnificence.
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Colosseum
1 Piazza del Colosseo
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Probably the most famous monument in the world and a symbol of Rome's greatness, the Flavian Amphitheatre, better known as the Colosseum because of the colossal bronze statue of Nero that stood nearby, stands in the archaeological heart of the city, and for almost two thousand years has told an uninterrupted story of fascination and magnificence.
Vatican City, a city-state in the centre of Rome, Italy, is the heart of the Roman Catholic Church. Besides being the seat of the Pope, it houses a collection of extraordinary works of art and architecture. The Vatican Museums contain ancient Roman sculptures such as the famous Laocoon Group, as well as Renaissance frescoes in the Raphael Rooms and the Sistine Chapel, famous for its frescoes by Michelangelo.
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Vatikanstaten
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Vatican City, a city-state in the centre of Rome, Italy, is the heart of the Roman Catholic Church. Besides being the seat of the Pope, it houses a collection of extraordinary works of art and architecture. The Vatican Museums contain ancient Roman sculptures such as the famous Laocoon Group, as well as Renaissance frescoes in the Raphael Rooms and the Sistine Chapel, famous for its frescoes by Michelangelo.
A fascinating underground tour through the Rome of the imperial age, the nerve centre of the cultural and political life of the Urbe.
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Le Domus Romane di Palazzo Valentini
85 Foro Traiano
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A fascinating underground tour through the Rome of the imperial age, the nerve centre of the cultural and political life of the Urbe.
In the afternoon towards sunset, Rome looks unforgettable as seen from the terrace of the Pincio, a grandiose public park designed by Giuseppe Valadier (1834) and a favourite urban promenade.
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Pincio Promenade
Viale Gabriele D'Annunzio
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In the afternoon towards sunset, Rome looks unforgettable as seen from the terrace of the Pincio, a grandiose public park designed by Giuseppe Valadier (1834) and a favourite urban promenade.
Agrippa's Pantheon, also known as the Pantheon of Rome, is one of the architectural masterpieces in the Italian capital and the best preserved building of ancient Rome.
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Panthon
Piazza della Rotonda
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Agrippa's Pantheon, also known as the Pantheon of Rome, is one of the architectural masterpieces in the Italian capital and the best preserved building of ancient Rome.
The Trevi Fountain, Rome's most famous fountain The Trevi Fountain is the largest and most scenic of Rome's most important fountains. It has become one of the undisputed symbols of the city, and the millions of tourists who visit the capital each year make a point of stopping at the Trevi Fountain. The fountain is the exhibition of the Acqua Vergine, the aqueduct that Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa brought to Rome in 19 BC to supply the baths.
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Trevi Fountain
Piazza di Trevi
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The Trevi Fountain, Rome's most famous fountain The Trevi Fountain is the largest and most scenic of Rome's most important fountains. It has become one of the undisputed symbols of the city, and the millions of tourists who visit the capital each year make a point of stopping at the Trevi Fountain. The fountain is the exhibition of the Acqua Vergine, the aqueduct that Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa brought to Rome in 19 BC to supply the baths.
Also closely linked to the theme of water, other imposing architectures that cannot be missing from an itinerary in Rome are the thermal baths: the most authentic are the imposing Baths of Caracalla on the Aventine Hill, while the complex of the Baths of Diocletian on the Esquiline Hill is today presented with the addition of the church of Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri and the Carthusian cloister annex by Michelangelo in the mid-16th century.
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Baden i Caracalla
Viale delle Terme di Caracalla
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Also closely linked to the theme of water, other imposing architectures that cannot be missing from an itinerary in Rome are the thermal baths: the most authentic are the imposing Baths of Caracalla on the Aventine Hill, while the complex of the Baths of Diocletian on the Esquiline Hill is today presented with the addition of the church of Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri and the Carthusian cloister annex by Michelangelo in the mid-16th century.
Also worth a visit is the Fontana dell'Acqua Paola, the so-called 'Fontanone', which triumphs on the slopes of the Janiculum Hill, where you can also enjoy one of the most extensive views of the city.
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Fontana dell'Acqua Paola
Via Garibaldi
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Also worth a visit is the Fontana dell'Acqua Paola, the so-called 'Fontanone', which triumphs on the slopes of the Janiculum Hill, where you can also enjoy one of the most extensive views of the city.
Parco Savello, better known as Giardino degli Aranci, is a small terrace on the Aventine overlooking the Tiber. From this corner, among the city's best-loved and most frequented, you can enjoy one of the most beautiful views of Rome.
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Giardino degli Aranci
Piazza Pietro D'Illiria
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Parco Savello, better known as Giardino degli Aranci, is a small terrace on the Aventine overlooking the Tiber. From this corner, among the city's best-loved and most frequented, you can enjoy one of the most beautiful views of Rome.
Among the hills, the Campidoglio occupies a place of excellence, which has always housed the most important state buildings in the history of Rome - until Michelangelo intervened on the square in 1534, giving it its current layout - and which today houses the Capitoline Museums, created from the antiquarian collections of the various popes starting in 1471, when Pope Sixtus IV donated a collection of important bronzes to the city, which he had placed in the Palazzo dei Conservatori, thus creating the oldest museum in the world that was opened to public visits from 1734 at the behest of Pope Clement XII.
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Capitoline Wolf
1 Piazza del Campidoglio
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Among the hills, the Campidoglio occupies a place of excellence, which has always housed the most important state buildings in the history of Rome - until Michelangelo intervened on the square in 1534, giving it its current layout - and which today houses the Capitoline Museums, created from the antiquarian collections of the various popes starting in 1471, when Pope Sixtus IV donated a collection of important bronzes to the city, which he had placed in the Palazzo dei Conservatori, thus creating the oldest museum in the world that was opened to public visits from 1734 at the behest of Pope Clement XII.
Among the hills, the Campidoglio occupies a place of excellence, which has always housed the most important state buildings in the history of Rome - until Michelangelo intervened on the square in 1534, giving it its current layout - and which today houses the Capitoline Museums, created from the antiquarian collections of the various popes starting in 1471, when Pope Sixtus IV donated a collection of important bronzes to the city, which he had placed in the Palazzo dei Conservatori, thus creating the oldest museum in the world that was opened to public visits from 1734 at the behest of Pope Clement XII.
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Forums Impériaux
Via dei Fori Imperiali
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Among the hills, the Campidoglio occupies a place of excellence, which has always housed the most important state buildings in the history of Rome - until Michelangelo intervened on the square in 1534, giving it its current layout - and which today houses the Capitoline Museums, created from the antiquarian collections of the various popes starting in 1471, when Pope Sixtus IV donated a collection of important bronzes to the city, which he had placed in the Palazzo dei Conservatori, thus creating the oldest museum in the world that was opened to public visits from 1734 at the behest of Pope Clement XII.
This is the third point of interest in Rome included in the Colosseum ticket. The Palatine Hill, one of the 7 hills of Rome, according to mythology is the very place where the city was founded by Romulus and Remus. As you may know, they are the twins who were found and suckled by a she-wolf inside a cave. At the top of the Palatine Hill, you have access to this cave and the ruins of the residences of historical figures such as Augustus, the first emperor of Rome.
Palatine Hill
Via Sacra
This is the third point of interest in Rome included in the Colosseum ticket. The Palatine Hill, one of the 7 hills of Rome, according to mythology is the very place where the city was founded by Romulus and Remus. As you may know, they are the twins who were found and suckled by a she-wolf inside a cave. At the top of the Palatine Hill, you have access to this cave and the ruins of the residences of historical figures such as Augustus, the first emperor of Rome.
The Contarelli Chapel is located in the Church of San Luigi dei Francesi in Rome. It houses the pictorial cycle on St. Matthew by Caravaggio.
Cappella Contarelli
Piazza di San Luigi de' Francesi
The Contarelli Chapel is located in the Church of San Luigi dei Francesi in Rome. It houses the pictorial cycle on St. Matthew by Caravaggio.
Not far from the Roman Forum, at the other end of Via dei Fori Imperiali, you will find Piazza Venezia, one of Rome's main squares. From there, all roads lead to Rome's main tourist attractions! Here you can admire the Victor Emmanuel II Monument, also called 'Altare della Patria' or 'Vittoriano', a huge white marble building dedicated to the first king of Italy, Victor Emmanuel II.
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Piazza Venezia
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Not far from the Roman Forum, at the other end of Via dei Fori Imperiali, you will find Piazza Venezia, one of Rome's main squares. From there, all roads lead to Rome's main tourist attractions! Here you can admire the Victor Emmanuel II Monument, also called 'Altare della Patria' or 'Vittoriano', a huge white marble building dedicated to the first king of Italy, Victor Emmanuel II.

Le Guide ai Quartieri

Trastevere is a characteristic and original neighbourhood with a bohemian atmosphere that has its roots in the working class for centuries. This district is starting to become more and more fashionable and even a bit 'hipster', but for now it still retains all its original charm. Here you will be (relatively) sheltered from the crowds as you discover its typical narrow, flower-filled streets. There are no particular historical monuments here as opposed to the rest of Rome, but you will discover a true 'Italian' neighbourhood with its inhabitants and local shops.
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Trastevere
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Trastevere is a characteristic and original neighbourhood with a bohemian atmosphere that has its roots in the working class for centuries. This district is starting to become more and more fashionable and even a bit 'hipster', but for now it still retains all its original charm. Here you will be (relatively) sheltered from the crowds as you discover its typical narrow, flower-filled streets. There are no particular historical monuments here as opposed to the rest of Rome, but you will discover a true 'Italian' neighbourhood with its inhabitants and local shops.
Situated on the western bank of the Tiber, Prati is an elegant Art Nouveau district around Via Cola di Rienzo and its luxurious boutiques.
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Prati
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Situated on the western bank of the Tiber, Prati is an elegant Art Nouveau district around Via Cola di Rienzo and its luxurious boutiques.
Villa Borghese is a large city park in the city of Rome that includes green arrangements of different types, from Italian-style gardens to large English-style areas, buildings, small buildings, fountains and ponds. It is the fourth largest public park in Rome (about 80 hectares), after the public part of the Appia Antica Regional Park, Villa Doria Pamphilj and Villa Ada, and extends mostly over the Pinciano district and a small part over the Campo Marzio district, divided by the Aurelian Walls.
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Villa Borghese Gardens
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Villa Borghese is a large city park in the city of Rome that includes green arrangements of different types, from Italian-style gardens to large English-style areas, buildings, small buildings, fountains and ponds. It is the fourth largest public park in Rome (about 80 hectares), after the public part of the Appia Antica Regional Park, Villa Doria Pamphilj and Villa Ada, and extends mostly over the Pinciano district and a small part over the Campo Marzio district, divided by the Aurelian Walls.
Borgo Pio is a street connecting Via di Porta Castello and Via di Porta Angelica, in Rome's Borgo district. The street was established by the bull of Pope Pius IV Erectionis civitatis Piae prope arcem Sancti Angeli, dated 5 December 1565.
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Borgo Pio
Borgo Pio
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Borgo Pio is a street connecting Via di Porta Castello and Via di Porta Angelica, in Rome's Borgo district. The street was established by the bull of Pope Pius IV Erectionis civitatis Piae prope arcem Sancti Angeli, dated 5 December 1565.
Similarly to the Trastevere district, the San Lorenzo district is less known by tourists and definitely worth a visit. Originally a working-class district, it is now the student quarter, with Rome's universities. Apart from students, it is also a favourite spot for street artists. And for the amateurs, the nightlife is great and the beer is not at all expensive!
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San Lorenzo
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Similarly to the Trastevere district, the San Lorenzo district is less known by tourists and definitely worth a visit. Originally a working-class district, it is now the student quarter, with Rome's universities. Apart from students, it is also a favourite spot for street artists. And for the amateurs, the nightlife is great and the beer is not at all expensive!

Shopping

If you have a slightly more substantial budget or just want to admire the shop windows, continue your journey down Via Condotti. It is the most prestigious street in Rome and you will find brands like Gucci, Armani or Prada. A bit like the Champs Elysée in Paris!
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Via Condotti
Via dei Condotti
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If you have a slightly more substantial budget or just want to admire the shop windows, continue your journey down Via Condotti. It is the most prestigious street in Rome and you will find brands like Gucci, Armani or Prada. A bit like the Champs Elysée in Paris!
Wander down Via del Corso for reasonably priced shopping at big brands like Zara or H&M.
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Via del Corso
Via del Corso
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Wander down Via del Corso for reasonably priced shopping at big brands like Zara or H&M.

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Bus and Trasports

Rome is a vast city, but fortunately the main sights are clustered in and around the historic centre. The best way to get there from Termini Station is to take Bus 64, the ticket costs 1.50 Euro and can be bought in any Tabaccaio, Newsagent or in some bars.
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Il Cannone del Giannicolo

The Giannicolo cannon firing every day at noon is one of those traditions that all Romans hold in their hearts. A custom that began many years ago, as far back as 1847. The custom of marking time with a cannon shot was in fact introduced in the mid-1800s by Pope Pius IX, on 1 December 1847 to be precise, with the aim of having a single signal of the official time, instead of the disharmonious, not exactly coordinated sound of the bells of the Roman churches.
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Free Entry

The following types of visitors can enter Rome's main museums and monuments free of charge: People under 18 and over 65. Disabled people with their carer (only if necessary). Journalists. Student groups (with prior booking). Tour guides and interpreters. Throughout the year there are certain days when admission is free for all visitors. Free admission is allowed for the city's main museums on the first Sunday of each month and on certain national or local public holidays.
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Saving on food

Of course, it is no mystery at all that food is one of the main costs of travelling. If the weather is pleasant, we therefore recommend eating a piece of focaccia on the fly or even ordering a take-away pizza to enjoy in a park. Sandwiches, sandwiches, piadinas and arancini are other inexpensive alternatives for lunch or dinner in the open air.
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Saving on transport

Rome is a city that can be easily covered on foot and, unless you are far from the centre, we think it is not essential to use public transport. We recommend being very careful of taxi drivers, unfortunately many are dishonest and try to cheat tourists. We advise you to agree on a price before embarking on a ride. We offer a private transport service at an honest price. If you have any questions about this, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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Saving at the Colosseum

Rome? Colosseum As for the Colosseum, my advice is to buy your ticket online, preferring the early morning hours. The queues to enter can be very long indeed, not to mention the crowding you will find from mid-morning onwards. On the web you can find many websites where you can buy the Colosseum + Roman Forum cumulative ticket. However, it is important to be careful where you buy it. Almost everywhere on the web the ticket is sold at a price ranging from 18 to 22 euro.
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Saving at the Vatican Museums

If you want to visit the Vatican Museums, which is a must because of their beauty, the advice is to buy your ticket online. You will thus be able to skip the very long queue that forms every day at the entrance. The ticket has to be made in advance on the official website and costs 17 euros to which you have to add 4 euros for the online booking fee. So you spend a bit more than if you do it directly on the spot but, on the other hand, you don't have to wait hours in line. Not everyone knows this but, at the Vatican Museums, you can enter completely free of charge every last Sunday of month.