Big City Life: Rome's open-air street art museum

18 giant murals cover the housing blocks in Rome's Tor Marancia suburb. The Big City Life street art project was designed to regenerate the forgotten suburb of Tor Marancia by turning the area's soci...
Garbatella neighborhood Curiosities in Garbatella neighborhood

Michelangelo's statue of Moses in Rome

Rome's S. Pietro in Vincoli hosts the chains of St Peter as well as Michelangelo's Moses.The church of S. Pietro in Vincoli, known in English as St Peter in Chains, is a minor basilica hidden away in...
Monti neighbourhood Curiosities in Monti neighbourhood

Secret Rome: Cloisters of S. Cosimato

Hidden cloisters provide a silent refuge in the heart of Trastevere.The Nuovo Regina Margherita hospital in Trastevere houses one of Rome's more unexpected treasures: the tenth-century monastery of S....
Trastevere neighbourhood Curiosities in Trastevere neighbourhood

Rome's Palazzo della Cancelleria

This Renaissance palace, which is a World Heritage Site and is attributed to Bramante, was once the papal chancery and remains an extraterritorial property of the Vatican. Located between Campo de' F...
Campo de' Fiori neighbourhood Curiosities in Campo de' Fiori neighbourhood

Secret Rome: La Piccola Londra (Little London)

Rome's Flaminio district hosts a short private residential street whose English architectural style has earned it the nickname La Piccola Londra, or Little London. This unexpected taste of England...
Flaminio neighborhood Curiosities in Flaminio neighborhood

Borromini at Palazzo Spada in Rome

Hidden Roman treasures: Borromini's optical illusion. Palazzo Spada, located between Campo de' Fiori and Rome's river Tiber, is home to a gallery whose sumptuous art collection contains works by 16th...
Campo de' Fiori neighbourhood Curiosities in Campo de' Fiori neighbourhood

Hidden Roman treasure: Passetto del Biscione

A hidden frescoed lane-way just metres from Rome's Campo de' Fiori. Il Passetto del Biscione is a small but significant treasure often missed on the tourist trail, despite its central location around...
Campo de' Fiori neighbourhood Curiosities in Campo de' Fiori neighbourhood

Rome's Portico d'Ottavia

The recently-restored Portico d’Ottavia is a complex of ancient monuments rebuilt by Octavian (later the emperor Augustus) around 27 BC and dedicated to his sister Octavia. Over the centuries it has s...
Jewish Ghetto neighbourhood Curiosities in Jewish Ghetto neighbourhood

Hollywood tutto sul Cinema

With customers including Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro, this small but well-stocked Roman shop (the first in Italy to specialise in auteur cinema) has a collection of about 5,000 movies to buy or...
Campo de' Fiori neighbourhood Curiosities in Campo de' Fiori neighbourhood

Candle’s Store

Candles galore awaits you in this family-run candle making business. All the candles are hand made and come in every imaginable size, colour and shape.
San Lorenzo district Curiosities in San Lorenzo district

Best views of Rome

Best views in Rome. There are as many good views of the city as there are hills of Rome. The famous ones are the view from the Pincio, from the Fontanone on the Gianicolo and from the top of St Peter'...

Palazzo Spada

On the ground floor of the elegant Palazzo Spada you can admire a magnificent colonnade with an enormous statue of Mars at the end. This is a clever trick of perspective by Borromini, because the gall...
Campo de' Fiori neighbourhood Curiosities in Campo de' Fiori neighbourhood
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