Rome, which is the center or the capital of Ancient Roma, The Roman Empire, The Roman Republic, The Roman Empire, The Papal States, The Italian Kingdom and The Italian Republic respectively, is one of the most tourist attracting cities of Europe with a population that is close to 3 millions. If you have decided to visit Rome, you can buy flight tickets to Rome from flypgs.com and lend an ear to our recommendations. We've brought hotels to stay, landmarks to see, pizzas you need to taste, ice-creams, spaghetti carbonara and many more together for you.
After landing of your Pegasus flight that takes off from Sabiha Gokce Airport to Rome Fiumicino Airport, different alternatives to transport to the city center have been thought about. Buses that take off from Regional Bus Station in the 2nd Terminal arrives at Piazza dei Cinquecento and Cornelia Station where the A line of metro goes to. Taxis, that wait outside of terminals 1,2,3,5, take you to the city for 40 €.
Leonardo Express is the easiest and the most economical solution. You reach the city center of Rome in 30 minutes with the tickets you'll buy from the machines in its entrance. If you're willing to stop in several stations and pay less instead of taking the express train, you can also use Sabina-Fiumicino (FR1) line that takes off at every 30 minutes. As you know, Rome is famous for its tiny cars going around in its narrow streets. If you want to experience this pleasure, you can rent the kind of car you want on flypgs.com.
In Rome with Vespa...
The moment you reach the city center, you'll see that Rome is a heaven of Vespa. There is a scooter in almost everyone's life and home. Women drive their Vespas with their high heels, men drive them in their jackets. If you want to adapt to this life, here are a couple of addresses... Moreover, you don't need a driver's licence to rent a Vespa!
Via Cavour, 80
Tel: +39 06 4815669
Treno e Scooter
Stazione Roma Termini
Tel: +39 06 48905823
Bici & Baci
Via del Viminale
Tel: +39 06 482 8443
The city by bus...
Rome is a hard city to go around by bus. Bus tickets can be purchased from metro stations, bars and even tobacco shops. However, there is no information about the directions buses go and at which stations they stop. It's also not possible to say that bus drivers are helpful about it.
Since it's hard to understand the language of buses, we've wanted to give you a list of toutes that will help you to see the main historical places and neighbourhoods of Rome.
40 - Termini - Piazza Venezia - Argentina - Piazza Pia (for St Peter's/Vatican)
64 - Termini - Piazza Venezia - Argentina - Vatican
62 - Repubblica - Spanish Steps - Piazza Venezia - Argentina - Vatican
81 - Vatican Museums - Piazza Imperatore (Spanish Steps) - Piazza Colonna (Trevi Fountain) - Piazza Venezia - Circo Massimo - Colosseum
60 - Repubblica - Piazza Venezia - Colosseum - Circo Massimo
H - Termini - Piazza Venezia - Argentina - Trastevere
9 (Tram) - Argentina - Trastevere
Metro and Tramway System
There are only two metro lines in Rome. One of them is B that goes through historical roads like Colosseo, Piramide, Basilica S. Paolo; and the other one is A which follows the streets of Ponte Lungo, Vittorio Emmanuele, Repubblica.
Even though tramways are a bit more developed with 6 lines and 192 stops, they only work in the city center and they are very slow.m
As everyone says: You don't need to take a taxi in Rome because everywhere is really close to each other. However, if you want to take a taxi to go back to your hotel at the end of a tiring day, we recommend you to visit http://www.worldtaximeter.com/rome and check how much it costs between two spots beforehand. Taxi parices are quite normal in Rome, however there are some taxi drivers who prefer longer routes to make you pay more. Here are a couple of taxi company numbers to call where you are:
Taxifacile: 335 53 87 724
Asso taxi: 800 090 214
Pizza with a 1-meter thin pizza base, fresh pasta, rare meat, parmesan, Prosciutto de Parma, lardo, salami and carbonara ar the most famous tastes of Rome. Foods are so delicious that, it's possible to eat in the first place that you see without even feeling the need to learn about names of famous restaurants. However, we still made a list comprised of the best places to eat.
A cup of coffee and a croissant in the morning...
One should start mornings by drinking capuccino in one of the best cafes of Rome. You're in Tazza D’Oro for that. It's a must to ask jam or cornetto filled with creme on the side.
Via degli Orfani, 84
Tel: +39 06 678 9792
This has been one of the best cates of Italy for the last 71 years. Grancaffé, which is double espresso sweetened by creme in the end, is only one of the reasons for that.
Piazza S. Eustachio, 81
Tel: +39 06 68802048
With jam, marmelade, cheese or nutella... Here, the croissants you order on the side of your cafe come in many varieties.
Via San Gennaro, 56202c
Tel: +39 06 880 06 00
The building, which started its life in 1818 as the atelier of the sculptor Antonio Canova, has been turned into a museum in 1967. Today, you can breathe the past at the table you sit in the middle of a neighbourhood of artists and enjoy your delicious coffee right after taking a bite from your muffin.
Via del Babuino 150A
Tel: +39 06 3211 0702
This is a true Sicily pattisserie which reflects the atmosphere of 1950s. Canoloni with chocolate chips and ricotta cheese is exceptionally good.
Galleria Esedra, via VE Orlando 75
Tel: +39 06 481 8660
Aynı zamanda sanat galerisi olan Open Colonna’da brunch’ı (Cumartesi-Pazartesi arası) ya da hafta içi City Lunch’ı kaçırmayın. Daha şık bir yemek için de aynı şefin elinden çıkma Antonello Colonna’yı tercih edin.
Scalinata di via Milano 9 A
Tel: +39 06 47822641
La Gatta Mangiona
When you ask about the best pizzeria of Rome, locals always point out to the same place. It's a must to try their peerless pizzas that are prepared with doughs that have been kept in refrigerator for 2 days, fresh mozarella, squash, anchovy and tomatoes that are bought from the market on the same day. If you want to join the tastings on Wednesdays and Thursdays, we recommend you to make reservations in advance.
Via Ozanam 30
Tel: +39 06 534 6702
In this small Trattoria, which is a family business, everything is done with an understabdi kf cooking what's good in the market on that day. Ther recommend some kinds of fish and meat and their tortellini specialty that is filled with cheese or vegetables for vegetarians. Be careful! When we say noon, this means between 12:45-14:45 in Rome.
Via di San Vito 13A
Tel: +39 06 446 6573
Start with prosciutto on garlic bruschetta, and then order lasagne with minced meat. We have no doubts that you'll be pleased.
Via Giovanni di Castel Bolognese 63
Tel: +39 06 581 2792
You need to order spaghetti carbonara and lemon favoured ravioli with ricotta cheese in this place which is managed by a couple from Sardinia. If the weather is good and you're sitting at a table that sees the square you'll never want to leave and combine lunch and dinner.
Via G Massari 8, off Via dei Sprovieri
Tel: +39 06 580 6517
For long evenings...
Even locals come here once a week. We recommend you to have cacione pepe, which is a Rome classic that is a pasta served in crunchy Parmigiano skin with pecorino cheese and pepper, for an entree, and then continue with alla marina which is mussels with tomatoes, garlic and chili pepper.
Piazza di Santa Cecilia 24
Tel: +39 06 580 0757
As the name suggests, this is a restaurant where specialties of Toscan area are served. Let the meat behind the glass in the entrance inspire you. They will be served in your plate soon.
Via Germanico 58/60,
Tel: +39 06 397 25717
Their specialties are tens of sauces that use on the side of meats that are served in big pieces. If you're not that hungry, you should ask for an antipasto which includes many things from seafood to cheese, delicatessen products to grilled vegetables served on wood plates.
Via Appia Antica 139
Tel: +39 06 788 0494
Your night that starts with grilled scallops in this Michelin star restaurant will continue with gnocchi with veal and mushrooms.
Via dei Banchi Vecchi 129
Tel: +39 06 6880 9595
Cul de Sac
The meal starts with amazing meat and cheese varieties. Fresh bread and olive oil come on the side. When they ask for your choice of drink, a 40-page menu mostly comprised of drinks from Italian regions is put on your table. It's a must pay extra attention not to eat your own fingers if you order lasagne for the main course.
Piazza di Pasquino, 73
Tel: +39 06 6880 1094
Le Mani in Pasta
Linguini with seafood is amazing and a deli plate is a must have in this tiny place which is known as the favourite of Ferzan Ozpetek. You'll crave for tiramisu for the final. Make sure you spare some room for that, too.
Via dei Genovesi, 37
Tel: +39 06 581 6017
You should taste a bit from everything in this restaurant which has adapted the Spanish tapas tradition to Italian cuisine. None of the plates will dissappoint you. Spare some room especially for calf.
Via dell'Orso, 33
Tel: +39 06 686 4904
Once you cannot resist its colorful decoration and step inside, a menu of pizelle (pizza balls flavoured with tomatoes and basil), fusilli with pine nuts, dried tomatoes, pecorino cheese and finally veal roasted with potatoes and rosemary will welcome you.
Via Luca della Robbia 3A
Tel: 06 575 7902
Agata e Romeo
If you say that yopu're ready to pay whatever it costs for a good meal, here's a recommendation for you. The evening that starts with cannelloni stuffed with ducks continues with home-made pasta. At last, it comes to an end with one of the desserts of Mariantonietta which has a fame all around Rome.
Via Carlo Alberto 45
Tel: 06 446 6115
Fortunato al Pantheon
We recommend you to eat fungi tagliolini if it's in season in this restaurant which is frequented by politicians and businessmen. Meats are served rare and delicious as the Italian style demands.
Via del Pantheon 55
Tel: +39 06 679 2788
There are many different dishes from old Rome classics like Cacio e pepe (pasta with pecorino and black pepper sauce) to new inventions (tower of thin potato slices and melted cheese).
Piazza della Cancelleria 74
Tel: +39 06 687 1626
Il Convivio di Troianal
The presentation is very important in the restaurant that is opened by 3 brothers named Massimo, Giuseppe and Angelo. They offer tasting menus from time to time. Unfortunately, this is an expensice restaurant. You need to be willing to pay 120 € for each person.
Vicolo dei Soldati 31,
Tel: +39 06 686 9432
Il Tempio di Iside
It's a must to eat swordfish flavoured with red pepper in this restaurant which focuses on fish and seafood.
Via Verri 11, off Via Labicana
Tel: +39 06 700 4741
You are in the hometown of Rome ice-creams we eat in holiday resorts and love. Here, they make gelatos (ice-creams) out of everything from tiramisu to cookies, nuts, lavender, grapdefruits to white chocolate. Here are 5 shops we recommend you to visit when you crave ice-cream.
Via della Panetteria, 42
Tel: +39 06 679 3924
Via degli Uffici del Vicario, 40
Tel: +39 06 699 1243
Via Alessandria 145 – Porta Pia
Tel: +39 06 99695537
La Fonte della Salute
Via Cardinale Marmaggi, 2
Tel: +39 06 5897471
Via Bastioni di Michelangelo 5
Tel: +39 06 45599961
Shopping is done in many different spots in Rome. You need to walk along Via del Corso to discover interesting stores; Via dei Condotti if you want to see Prada, Gucci and glamourous windows; Via del Babuino which leads to Piazza del Popolo if you are interested in boutiques belonging to young designers.
When one says gloves, especially when one says cool black leather gloves that wraps around your hands, this is the first brand that comes to mind.
Piazza di Spagna, 61
Josephine de Huertas & Co.
This is a tiny boutique that sells worldwide known brands like See by Chloe, Paul Smith, Anya Hindmarch, Paul&Joe.
Via del Governo Vecchio 68
Would you like to have some amazing handmade masks in addition to necklaces and bracelets? Then, you're at the right address.
Via dei Chiavari 58
A popular Italian menswear brand that is very popular at the moment.
Via del Governo Vecchio 63
The number one boutique you need to visit in Rome, which has brand like Fiorentini & Baker, Golden Goose, Moncler, Equipment.
104 Via dei Giubbonari, 104
Hat enthusiasts shop here.
Via Campo Marzio 72A
When there are this many Vespas in Rome, it's inevitable that there are also accessory stores. Here's the coolest brands of motorcycle clothes and accessories.
Via del Babuino 16
TAD Concept Store
There are clothes, foods and drinks, a perfume shop and a hairdresser inside.
Via Babuino 155A
Let us tell you two places for vintage clothes in Rome : Via del Governo Vecchio 35 and 45.
Campo di Fiori: In this Rome's oldest market that is set up every day, it's possible to find all kinds of fresh and daily products from home-made pasta to sauces, vegetables, fruits, deli products, flowers and fish.
Borghetto Flaminio: There are rings, necklaces, glasses, bracelets, products of new age designers, silver and crystal items, second hand clothes, bags, shoes and accessories in this local's favourite marketplace, which is open on Sundays on Via Flaminia - Piazzale della Marina between 10 am -7 pm.
There are antiques, lamps and all kinds of salvages some of which may have been stolen in the biggest flea market of Trastevere, which is open between 6.30 am - 2 pm on Sundays.
Mercantino dei Partigiani: You'll see many furnitures, couches, tables and chairs from 1940s and 1950s in this market that is set up on the first sunday of the month in Piazza dei Partigiani. Sellers are mostly housewives.
Villa Gloria: Locals of Rome find all kinds of antiques to furnish their kitchens in this area which is set up on the second sundays of the month on Viale Maresciallo Pilsudski.
Underground: All kinds of pieces you can't even think of will be for sell in this high-profile flea market which is open on the second saturday and sunday of every month in a 4-floor garage in Via Crispi, 96.
Piazza Verdi: If you happen to be in Piazza Verdi on the 4th sunday of a month, you can have a day among carpets, traditional foods, hats, jewelleries, antiques and second hand clothes.
Soffitto Sotto i Portici: There are amazing items like binoculars, cameras, brooches from the 18th century, glasses from the first half of the 20th century and frames from the 17th century in Piazza Augusto Imperatore on the 1st and the 3rd sunday of every month.
Famous Italian designers
In this country where famous designers have been raised, you may come across special collections and outlets you can't find anywhere else and beautiful windows. That's why, take a closer look at the designs of local names like Giorgio Armani, Roberto Cavalli, Cerruti, Fendi, Salvatore Ferragamo, Gianfranco Ferré, Alberta Ferretti, Giuseppe Zanotti, Ermenegildo Zegna, Nina Ricci, Emilio Pucci, Prada, Franco Moschino, Missoni, Guccio Gucci, Sergio Rossi, Sergio Tacchini, Tod’s, Nicola Trussardi, Donatella Versace.
Accommodation alternatives in rome includes many alternatives from glamourous big hotels to designer boutiques, to hostels and bed&breakfasts that are preferred by students.
If you prefer some boutique places...
Hotel Dei Mellini
You'll find rooms in British style in the building that has been designed in the neoclassic style. The atmosphere of this hotel which is designed with Art Deco furnitures will steal your heart right at the moment you step inside.
81, Via Muzio Clementi
Tel: +39 06 324771
Hotel San Anselmo
A villa, that was built in the 19th century, has been turned into a small hotel with 20 rooms. Each room has been decorated in a different way and it's a good address especially for those looking for a romantic vacation.
2, Piazza San Anselmo
Tel: +39 06 570057
There is also a paige service in this 9-room hotel with a modern design. You can leave your body aches and weariness behind in the hot tubs in the rooms.
Via Sistina, 53
Tel: +39 06 2036 8380
If you like modern art paintings on white walls, you'll want to stay on of the simple, serene but stylish and sophisticated rooms of Hotel Pulitzer.
905, Viale Marconi
Tel: +39 06 598591
In the hotel which has been designed by Danilo Maglio, there are rooms with hardwood floors and tile walls and terrace gardens.
88, Via Dell'Orso
Tel: +39 06 93579573
Another hotel that is desgined by the architect Danilo Maglio is Relais Giulia. This elegant, modern, white and peaceful atmosphere that has been created by seperating an old palace into rooms is right in the middle of many places you'll want to see like Vatican, Trevi fountains and Campo de’ Flori.
93, Via Giulia
Tel: +39 06 95581301
Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese
This hotel which will amaze you with its view that sees the gardens of Villa Borghese from above is decorated with antique furnitures.
47, Via Lombardia
Tel: +39 06 478021
You are in a building which was built in 1855 and has been used as an art studio by Picasso, Puccini and Stravinsky. Moreover, they even have a paige service if you'd like.
54, Via Margutta,
Tel: +39 06 69 921907
This luxurious hotel that is a wonder of design suddenly appears among cool shops, jewellery stores, and antique shops. You feel as if you're in the best possible version of your home in its marble bathrooms and rooms with big beds and couches.
181, Via del Babuino
Tel: +39 06 32295295
In this building, which was constucted in 1500s, there is a modd that belongs to those times. A rich dinner will be waiting for you in Il Palazzetto Restauran, which is a part of the hotel.
8, Vicolo del Bottino
Tel: +39 06 6993 41000
Staying in hostels in Rome for a budget-friendly vacation...
Unfortunately, Rome is not one of the cities where you can find very cheap hotel alternatives. That's why we wanted to make a list of the best and the most affordable hostels. In some of those, you can come together as a group and rent a room or share your room with one of the people who come from other places of the world.
Via Palestro, 44
Tel: +39 06 49382682
Tel: +39 06 446 1958
Via Ottaviano 6
Tel: +39 0639738138
Via Marsala 80
Via E. Accinni 63
Via Principe Amedeo, 94
Tel: 338 5212228
Via Solferino, 9
Tel: +39 06 446 2802
Via Livorno 5
Hotel and Hostel Des Artistes
Via Villafranca 20
Ph. +39 06 4454365
It's impossible to count all the historical places to see in Rome, which has been home to the most glamourous days of history. Rome, which has a history laying in every corner of it, is one of the spots that are frequented by tourists with its multi-layered culture.
If you take a walk in the botanical gardens which were completed in 1833 today, you'll go downstairs its Baroque steps, walk among exotic flowers and greens that have been brought from all around the world and feel like you are a part of a painting while walking by the fountains.
Largo Cristina di Svezia 24
This museum, which especially sculpture enthusiasts need to see, is open between Tuesday to Thursday till 7.45 pm.
Piazza Sant'Apollinare 46
You can see the paintings of Titian, Tintoretto, Veronese and Caravaggio and the works of Bernini who is one of the geniuses of the Baroque art in Capitoline, which draws attention with its collection comprised of Michelangelo's works and has opened its doors to public in 1734. The museum is open between 9.30 am - 8 pm. If your passion for art isn't satisfied with a trip to Capitoline, we recommend you to take a tour in Borghese Gallery and Palazzo Barberini Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica.
Piazza del Campidoglio
This great building, which has functioned as an entertainment venue for many kings since ancient ages with gladiator, bull, slave and captive fights, is designed in a way that allows more than 50,000 people to be seated in 10 minutes.
This park which is found in the middle of he city is the meeting place of runners, picnic lovers and those who walk their dogs. Museo Carlo Bilotti, which is a newly opened modern art museum in it, must be seen, as well.
If you've spent a whole day for Vatican, where you can watch Papa's speech on every Wednesday morning, you can go in St Peter's Basilica, get fascinated by Michelangelo’s frescos in Sistine Chapel and visit Belvedere Apollo and Laocoön in Museo Pio-Clementino.
You know it as the place where lovers kiss in front of it and throw money and make a wish in many movies. That's why, you should visit this touristic yet peerless fountain desgned in the exaggerated style of rococo in Palazzo Poli, once you've already come to Rome.
This geometrically perfect building, where Raphael's tomb is located, was built in between 119-128 and still keeps its glamour.
Teatro dell-Opera di Roma-Teatro Costanzi
If you want to experience an opera night in white gloves and long gowns once you are already in Rome, you should listen to a masterpiece with a great acoustic in this building which will impress you with its architecture.
If you want to have a shor break to your tours in history, you should go to this hill where you can see Rome from above by climbing 320 steps of St Peter's Basilica or using the elevator.
National Roman Museum
Old coins, frescos, mosaics, jewelleries and sculptures from the ancient ages of Rome to the present time in this museum which has been spread over 4 different regions of Baths of Diocletian, Palazzo Altemps, Palazzo Massimo and Crypta Balbi.
Even though it's not in Rome, you may want to see this tower, which is located in Pisa, that is on the north of Italy, in Piazza dei Miracoli meaning "The Square of Miracles" and which was built in 1173 independently from the main building as the bell tower of the city cathedral that was built in 1063-1090. The tower is famous for leaning a little more every year.
Squares of Rome...
Piazza Novano is a square, which is half-closed to traffic, where you can sit and watch street musicians' performances, eating nuns, tourists, locals and painting artists for hours and won't understand how the time passes..
Campo Dei Fiori is Rome's only square without a church. Giordano Bruno, who was a philosopher, mathematician and astro-scientist with a sculpture in the square, was executed here. It's a marketplace during the day and it turns into a place where students and tourists party at nights.
Piazza di Spagna: The church of Trinita dei Monti, Spanish Steps and the best gleato shops of Rome are in this square.
Piazza del Campidoglio: Romulus and Remus sculptures can be seen in this square which looks very monumental due to the fact that Italian Parliament is located here.
Piazza Venezia: This square where the monument of Victor Emanuel II is located is also known as the heart of Rome.
Piazza del Popolo: There are works of Caravaggio, Raffaello, Bernini, Carracci in the Santa Maria del Popolo church above it.
Piazza San Pietro: This square, where St. Peter’s Basilic is also located, is famous for the temporary gift markets that are set up during Christmas and Easter time.
NEIGHBOURHOODS OF ROME
Campo di Fiori: You won't get enough of walking around the streets that connect to the square where a marketplace is set during the days, pizzas in 1-meter-diameter are eaten in the restaurants all around and university students and tourists hang out on streets with drinks in their hands. There are many antique shops and countless cafes especially all along Via del Bianchi Vecchi.
Piazza Navona: This square where chariot races were held in Ancient Rome is now home to bars amonng fountains designed by Bernini. Especially the working upper middle class who are called "white collar" hang out here.
Ghetto: This area where Jewish people live, open restaurants and bakeries, sit on banks and eat sunflower seeds, is a real gourmet and entertainment center.
Vaticano: A historical area where Papa and Vatican is located.
Villa Borghese: This area where kids play at park on sundays and adults have some drinks, is home to the most stylish and expensive houses of Rome.
Monti: You can see Colosseum, many historical churches and the oldest remnants of Rome.
Via Veneto: This neighbourhood, where there are expensive boutiques, restaurants and a higher life quality, is quite popular due to Spanish Steps.
Trastevere: In this neighbourhood, that is located on the other side of the river with narrow cobblestoned roads and that is the place where Italians who meet at cafe after work continue their nights in restaurants, the churches of Santa Maria in Trastevere and Santa Cecilia are worth seeing.
Termini: We recommend you not to eat or drink anything or spend much time in this region which is the first place you'll see when you step on the city and functions like a main station. It doesn't reflect the grandeur of Rome anyway.
EUR: In this neighbourhood, which is described as the business area of Rome, there is a miniature version of Disneyland named LUNEUR for kids.
Testaccio: In the neighbourhood of nightclubs and discos, it's also possible to taste traditionally prepared food.
Pigneto: Youth walking around in their hippie pants, hipsters opening their computers in a garden and feeding their babies, dance, yoga and massage schools. This is a Saturday morning on Via del Pigneto but one actually needs to go there at night and see people who make music on streets.
In Rome, there is a culture of hanging out in bars that pour out to streets and sitting in squares and drinkingrather than hanging out in dance clubs. Because they love chatting more than dancing. But we still wanted to make a list that speaks to all kinds of tastes.
This club that is located in Ostiense area, which is known as the heart of nightlife in Rome, has a structure that brings iron, steel and curvy lines together. Famous DJs that come from all parts of the world and Italy take their places by the DJ set here.
Via Libetta 13
Tel: +39 06 574 8277
Many different kinds of music like dance, R&B, pop, rock, and techno can be listened in its wide space that has been divided into 4 different rooms. If there is demand, the music doesn't stop until 4 am everyday of the week.
Via del Commercio 36
Tel: +39 06 574 7826
If you don't want to see any tourists, English speaking people or foreigners, this is the place you need to go. This bar which is in one of the narrow streets of Trastevere and starts to get filled with crowds in after-work hours is a true local.
Piazza San Calisto
There are wide dance areas around a 50-meters-long stall and rooms designed for you to stay comfortably in couches. It has a young and popular atmopshere.
Via Ovidio 17
Tel: +39 06 6830 8435
Bar del Fico
Bar del Fico, which used to be a coffee house, has been drawing attention in the last years, especially in summer months, with nice crowds of people pouring out to the street. It's open till 2 am every day.
Piazza del Fico
Tel: +39 06 668 65205
This place draws attention with its pop-art attitude and creates the feeling of an Andy Warhol museum. It should be visited especially on Friday nights to listen to live jazz.
Via della Fossa 16 Piazza Navona
Tel: +39 06 6689 3426
The Drunken Ship
For many Romans, this is a special place where tourists and locals can meet. It's very popular especially in the after-work hours and you may even need to wait in line to get in at some nights.
20 Campo dei Fiori
Tel: +39 06 68300535
The place where the best jazz musicians from all over the world come and play as guests is also in service with a delicious menu as a restaurant.
Via Ostia 9
Tel: +39 06 39742171
Cocktails are in the spotlight in this place which is frequented by artists, actors, models and TV celebrities thanks to its style inspired by Baroque architecture.
Piazza Mattei 8
Tel: +39 06 6689 2299
You'll find books about fashion, music, film and art as well as many cocktails in this bar managed by a Scandinavian model.
Piazza di Pietra 42
Tel: +39 06 6785804
This club, which has been converted from an old storage, is known for the alternative parties created by the people waiting in line to get in. Video projections, drinks, a lounge atmosphere and couches are on the first floor and there are new age masters of progressive trance in downstairs.
8 Via dei Magazzini Generali
Tel: +39 06 575 8040
Freni e Frizioni
This bar, of which name means "brake and clutch", is actually a former garage. It's right by the canal and it turns into a party area with the crowd that forms in front of its doors and stairs even after sunday brunches.
Via del Politeama, 4
Tel: 06 4549 7499
Country code: +39
Car Breakdown Emergency: 116
Main Police Station: 06 4686
Motor Breakdown Emergency: 800 300 411
24 Hour Open Pharmacy...
Farmacia della Stazione
Piazza Cinquecento 51
Tel: +39 06 4880019
Piazza Barberini 49
Tel: +39 06 4825456
Piazza Risorgimento 44
Tel: +39 06 39738186
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