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    Bonnes adresses: 41.892311, 12.478409

    Caffe Sant’ Eustachio

    cafe_sant_eustachio_romaFrom the simple espresso, to the coffee granita, it is difficult (but not impossible) to find better than the Caffè Sant ‘Eustachio, located in a small square near the Pantheon, which dispenses her care for 72 years.
    At peak hours, the coffee is packed with Italians and a few unsuspecting tourists. Coffee beans, selected by the owners, are all organic and fair trade.

     

    Caffè Sant ‘Eustachio
    Piazza Sant’ Eustachio
    Open every day from 8:00 to 1:00 ; Friday : 8:00 – 1:30 ; Saturday : 8:00 – 2:00
    www.santeustachioilcaffe.it

     

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    Caffé Sant/\' Eustachio 41.898284, 12.475491 Caffé Sant\'Eustachio

    Il Gelato di San Crispino

    glacier san crispino, romeThe glacier San Crispino, which is located in two strategic locations in central Rome (near the Trevi Fountain for one, and near the Pantheon for the second), is not neon and flashy, unlike many others. The proof is its simple storefront. By cons, it focuses on quality, praised by many fans of ice creams and sorbets. Even this narrator, who is not crazy in frozen dishes, do not refuse sometimes a little tasting.

     

    Il Gelato di San Crispino
    Via della Panetteria, 42
    Piazza della Maddalena, 3
    11:00 – 0:30 ; Friday and Saturday: until to 1:30 a.m.
    www.ilgelatodisancrispino.com

     

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    Gelato di San Crispino (Pantheon)

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    Gelato di San Crispino (Pantheon) 41.899926, 12.476463 Gelato di San Crispino
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    Gelato di San Crispino (Trevi)

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    Gelato di San Crispino (Trevi) 41.901626, 12.484711 Gelato di San Crispino

    Il Boccione, bakery in the ghetto

    boccione, forno del ghetto, pizza ebraicaIn the old ghetto of Rome, you can find this kosher bakery without teaches following the aromas of cinnamon and candied fruit, which sometimes engulfs a consistent single file.

    This traditional pastry offers excellent products, as the pizza ebraica (pizza Jewish, an almond-based cake, pine nuts, raisins and candied fruit), cookies (Biscottini) made with almonds and cinnamon and ricotta tart with chocolate or cherry.
    In the morning, there are also donuts.

     

    Boccione, il forno del ghetto
    Via del Portico d’Ottavia 1
    Ouvert du lundi au jeudi de 7h à 19h, le vendredi de 7h à 15h, le dimanche de 7h à 17h. Fêtes juives fermées. En été, fermé de 14h à 16h30. Fermé une grande partie du mois d’août.

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    Il Boccione, boulangerie du ghetto

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    Il Boccione, boulangerie du ghetto 41.893198, 12.476858 Boccione, boulangerie juive

    Pizzeria Baffetto

    Pizzeria Baffetto, Roma

    Da Baffetto

    Pizzeria Baffetto (Baffetto “mustache” in english) has become an institution, the pizzas are simple and good. But, it is sometimes crowded, and it’s best to arrive early or late (until 23:00 or midnight), and on weekdays. No possibility to reserve.

     

    Pizzeria Baffetto
    Via del Governo Vecchio, 114- Roma
    Open until to almost 0:30

     

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    Pizzeria Baffetto 41.898297, 12.470296 Pizzeria Baffetto Via del Governo Vecchio, 114- Roma

    Freni e Frizioni

    In the Trastevere district and near the Ponte Sisto, a bar with atmosphere in the evening. A buffet is offered there for the aperitivo. Freni e Frizioni literally brakes and clutches, wear that name because it was a former auto mechanic shop.

     

    Freni e frizioni
    Via del Politeama, 4/6 – Roma
    Open until to 2:00

     

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    Freni e Frizioni 41.891211, 12.470627 Freni e frizioniVia del Politeama, 4/6 - Roma

    Pizzeria Formula 1

    Pizzeria Formula 1, in the district of San Lorenzo, looks like a large canteen, without any frills. The main thing is pizza, good and cheap.

     

     

    Pizzeria Formula 1
    Via degli Equi, 13 – Roma
    Open until 0:30 – Closed on Sunday

     

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    Pizzeria Formula 1 41.896917, 12.512803 Pizzeria Formula 1 Via degli Equi, 13 - Roma

    Antico Caffè Greco

    Caffè Greco, Roma

    Caffè Greco

    Caffè Greco is one of the most famous cafes of Rome, near the Spanish Steps, Via dei Condotti. This is a Greek man who opened it in 1760, hence its name greco. It is in fact one of the oldest cafe in the city. The interior evokes the nineteenth century, time where came many artists and writers. It is laid out as a true art gallery, formed with small rooms and small marble tables.

     

    Antico Caffè Greco
    Via dei Condotti, 86- Roma
    9:00 – 21:00
    http://www.anticocaffegreco.eu/

     

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    Antico Caffe Greco 41.905597, 12.481564 Antico Caffè GrecoVia dei Condotti, 86- Roma

    Chocolaterie SAID

    SAID is an artisanal chocolaterie since 1923, located in a small street in the student district of San Lorenzo, one can comfortably settle, to enjoy for example a hot chocolate (ciocolata calda).

     

    SAID
    Via Tiburtina, 135 – Roma
    Monday: 19:30-0:30 ; From Tuesday to Thursday : 10:00-0:30 ; Friday and Saturday : 10:00-1:30 ; Sunday : 10:00-0:00 (to conform)
    http://said.it

     

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    Chocolaterie SAID 41.899140, 12.515092 Chocolaterie SAID Via Tiburtina, 135 - Roma

    Tazza d’Oro

    Caffe Tazza d'Oro, Roma

    Caffe Tazza d’Oro

    The Tazza d’Oro is a famous and typical Roman café, near the Pantheon. You can of course taste the coffee by this roaster, but also a specialty such as coffee granita (granita di caffè) to cool a little when the Roman weather is hot.

     

    Tazza d’Oro
    Via degli Orfani, 84 – Roma
    Open from 7:00 to 20:00 ; but on Sunday from 10:00 to 19:30
    www.tazzadorocoffeeshop.com

     

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    Tazza d\'Oro 41.899468, 12.477461 Tazza d\'OroVia degli Orfani, 84

    Il Gelato di Fior di Luna

    Fior di Luna, Roma

    Fior di Luna

    Fior di Luna has good ice-cream, in the Trastevere district, Via della Lungaretta, 96.

     

    Fior di Luna
    Via della Lungaretta, 96, Roma
    Open until 0:30 about
    fiordiluna.com

     

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    Gelato Fior di Luna

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    Gelato Fior di Luna 41.889708, 12.472599 Fior di Luna Via della Lungaretta, 96, Roma

    Caffetteria Chiostro del Bramante

    Chiostro del Bramante, Roma

    Chiostro del Bramante

    Very nice cloister with a loggia on the first floor which hosts a bar and cafeteria terraces with tables. Ideal to relax, having a drink, a coffee or a cappuccino.

     

    Chiostro del Bramante
    Via Arco della Pace, 5– Roma
    Open until 20:00, or 21:00 the weekend
    https://www.chiostrodelbramante.it/caffetteria-en/

     

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    Caffetteria Chiostro del Bramante 41.899755, 12.471450 Chiostro del BramanteVia Arco della Pace, 5

    Giolitti

    glacier patisserie giolitti a romeAncient Roman glacier and pastry, Giolitti was founded in 1890. It is above the glacier that is deemed, with further conventional tastes like the original champagne, ricotta, marsala or rice.

     

    Giolitti
    Via degli Uffici del Vicario, 40
    Open until 2:00 a.m.
    www.giolitti.it

     

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    Giolitti 41.901252, 12.477309 Giolitti - glacier et pâtisserie Via degli Uffici del Vicario, 40

    Suppli pizzeria

    Here, good suppli to takeaway (breaded rice balls with tomato and cheese) and other specialties as Roman fries. The Pizza al taglio (sliced pizza) is also good.

     

    Suppli, pizzeria
    Via di S. Francesco a Ripa, 137
    Open until to 22:00, closed on sunday

     

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    Suppli pizzeria 41.887131, 12.471778 Suppli, pizzeria Via di S. Francesco a Ripa, 137

    Forno Campo de’ Fiori

    Il forno del Campo dei Fiori, Roma

    Il forno del Campo

    Located in Campo de ‘Fiori square, this ancient forno (bakery), in addition to bread and pastry, offers famous sliced pizzas and focaccia, as the pizza bianca (white pizza), pizza rossa (pizza with tomato sauce) and margherita (with mozzarella and tomato).

     

    Forno Campo de’ Fiori
    Campo de’ Fiori, 22 – Roma
    Closed on sunday
    www.fornocampodefiori.com

     

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    Forno Campo de\' Fiori 41.895801, 12.471869 Forno Campo de\' Fiori Piazza Campo de\' Fiori, 22

    Trattoria da Augusto

    In the Trastevere district, Da Augusto is a family trattoria of Roman cuisine like made at home, with pasta (including traditional “rigatoni cacio e pepe” with peccorino cheese and pepper or the “amatriciana”), traditional Roman dishes of meat (“Abbacchio alla cacciatora” : lamb of the hunter, etc). Simple and efficient. No possibility to reserve. Better sometimes arrive early and sit on the terrace waiting for the service !!
    Some dishes are offered only one day in the week: “baccalà” (cod) on Friday, gnocchi on Thirsday, Roman tripe on Saturday, etc.

     

    Da Augusto
    Piazza Dè Renzi, 15 – Roma

     

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    Trattoria da Augusto

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    Trattoria da Augusto 41.890473, 12.470340 Trattoria Da Augusto Piazza Dè Renzi, 15 - Roma

    Trattoria da Tonnino

    Da Tonino, trattoria, roma

    Da Tonino

    Near Piazza Navona, the family trattoria Da Tonino offers typical Roman cuisine, including good pasta (including traditional “pasta” alla gricia” with guanciale and peccorino and cheese, the “amatriciana”,” cacio e pepe ” with peccorino and pepper, etc.), traditional meat dishes of Rome (“Coniglio alla cacciatora” rabbit hunter, “tripe alla romana“: Roman tripe, “coda di manzo” : oxtail, etc).

     

    Da Tonino
    Via del Governo Vecchio, 18 – Roma
    Fermé le dimanche

     

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    Trattoria da Tonino 41.899094, 12.469368 Trattoria Da Tonino Via del Governo Vecchio, 18 - Roma

    Bar San Callisto

    Bar San Callisto, Roma

    Bar San Callisto

    Simple and little bar, the San Callisto, usually called the Bar, is fairly economical and offers good ice cream or hot chocolate. It’s friendly step during day or even in the evening where an eclectic population, local and foreign, happily occupies the terrace. Too crowded some nights, like Friday or Saturday.

     

    Bar San Callisto
    Piazza di S. Calisto, 4- Roma
    Open until 2:00 a.m., closed on sunday

     

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    Bar San Callisto 41.889058, 12.470874 Bar San CallistoPiazza di S. Calisto, 4

    Bar del Fico

    Bar del Fico, Roma

    Bar del Fico

    Not far from Piazza Navona, is a small square where a fig tree grows (fico in Italian). It is just in front of the Bar del Fico, who brings a lot of people in the evening, especially on weekends. You are guaranteed not to feel alone!
    In the early evening aperitivo offers glass with buffet.

     

    Bar del Fico
    Via Della Pace, 34 – Piazza del Fico, Roma
    Open until 2:00 a.m.

     

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    Bar del Fico 41.899455, 12.470598 Bar del FicoVia Della Pace, 34 - Piazza del Fico

    Caffè della Pace

    Now closed. Near Piazza Navona is the Antico Caffé della Pace, in the homonymous street. It is a historical cafes of Rome, dating back to the late nineteenth century. Stylish, it is characterized by its wooden décor. It was once a place very fashionable.
    The establishment was closed by will of the owner of the building (Istituto Teutonico Anima)

     

    Caffè della Pace
    Via Della Pace, 3 – Roma
    Closed

     

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    Antico Caffe della Pace 41.899260, 12.471182 Caffè della PaceVia Della Pace, 3 - Roma

    Markets, shops and shopping streets

    Campo dei Fiori market

    Campo dei Fiori market

    To help you find your way, we offer two cards at end of article

    Food markets in Rome

    • Mercato Trionfale. Every day from 7am to 14h except Sunday, and until 19h on Tuesdays and Fridays, a large covered and cheap market, accessible from Via Andrea Doria, 41 and Via Tunisi, 50.
    • Campo dei Fiori. A small tourist market, with fruit and vegetables, spices and flowers every morning on the square of Campo dei Fiori.Monday to Saturday from 7 am to 14 pm.
    • Mercato Latino, covered, open Monday to Saturday from 7 am to 14 pm, until 19:30 on Fridays and Saturdays.Close to the Re di Roma station, it’s in Piazza Epiro.
    • Testaccio market. Mainly food, every day except Sunday, until 14 pm.Access via Franklin, via Manuzio, via Galvani et via Ghiberti.
    • Mercato San Cosimato, Piazza San Cosimato, in Trastevere, every day except Sunday until 14h.Especially food, including fish, and meat dishes.
    • Mercato Nuovo Esquilino. Previously Piazza Vittorio Emanuele, divided into a multi-ethnic food part, and a clothes part. Monday to Saturday until 14 pm. Via Filippo Turati, via Principe Amedeo 184.
    • Mercato Nomentano. Food market from Monday to Saturday from 7 am to 15 pm. Piazza Alessandria

    Non-food markets in Rome

    • Porta Portese Market, Piazza Porta Portese
      It is the largest market of Rome, near the center: new and second-hand clothes, antiques, objects and accessories, plants, etc.
      It is held every Sunday morning – from 9 am until 14 pm. It’s very large and very busy. Beware of pickpockets…
    • Mercatomonti, Monti market
      Small craft market, vintage clothes, local produce.Usually open Saturdays and Sundays from 8 am to 20 pm, via Leonina 46 (Hotel Palatino)
    • Via Sannio Market
      In the district of San Giovanni, especially a well-stocked clothing market from Monday to Saturday, 9 am to 4 pm. Via Sannio.
    • Mercato delle stampe, Piazza Borghese, daily from 10 am to 19 am. Closed in August, there are 16 small kiosks selling old books, postcards, watercolor drawings, objects, etc.

    More informations about the markets in Rome

    On the town website : http://www.060608.it/it/cultura-e-svago/shopping/mercati-e-mercatini.pdf
    A website dedicated to the roman markets, in english  : http://www.mercatidiroma.com/

     

    Shopping Streets

    Sales : 5 th of January to 15th of February 15 ; 2nd of July to 15 th of August, in 2016

    • Around the Spanish Steps : shoes, luxury, fashion.
    • Luxury stores are located mostly near the Spanish Steps and Via Condotti in particular, with brands such as Armani, Gucci, Fendi, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana;
    • The chic Via Frattina with Versace and Gente;
    • also Via Borgogona and Via Bocca di Leone;
    • Clothes shops and jewelers in Via del Babuino.
    • Via Margutta: Near the Spanish Steps, antique shops, art galleries and prestigious boutiques.
    • Many high street clothes shops are located on Via del Corso (between Piazza Venezia and Piazza del Popolo), of various qualities, such as Zara, H & M, Gap, including in the Alberto Sordi shopping center.
    • Via Appia Nuova, beyond the Aurelian walls, just after the St. John Lateran Basilica.various high street shops.
    • Shopping district Prati-Ottaviano, close to the Vatican and on Via Cola di Rienzo for the more luxurious, then towards metro Ottaviano, Via Candia, Via Leone IV, etc
    • Via Nazionale : close to Termini Station and Piazza Repubblica.
    • Via Giubbonari : Next to Campo dei Fiori, shopping street with a few shops with mainly clothes and shoes.

     

    Markets, shopping districts, shopping streets in Rome

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    Marchés et rue marchandes à Rome

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    Mercato Trionfale: 41.909763, 12.452427
    Mercato Campo dei Fiori: 41.895530, 12.472263
    Mercato Latino: 41.878764, 12.504186
    Mercato Testaccio: 41.877767, 12.474012
    Mercato San Cosimato: 41.887215, 12.469566
    Mercato Esquilino: 41.895357, 12.506795
    Mercato Nomentano: 41.911114, 12.501495
    Mercato Porta Portese: 41.883855, 12.474087
    Mercato Monti: 41.894905, 12.492535
    Mercato Via Sannio: 41.885275, 12.509181
    Mercato delle stampe: 41.903725, 12.476087
    Boutiques Via dei Condotti: 41.905055, 12.480251
    Boutiques Via Frattina: 41.904225, 12.481260
    Boutiques Via Borgognona et Bocca di Leone: 41.904672, 12.480816
    Boutiques Via del Babuino: 41.906822, 12.480853
    Artisans Via Margutta: 41.908611, 12.479564
    Boutiques Via del Corso: 41.904369, 12.479040
    Galerie Alberto Sordi: 41.900963, 12.480879
    Boutiques Via Appia Nuova: 41.884934, 12.510443
    Boutiques Via Colla di Rienzo: 41.907822, 12.464473
    Boutiques Ottaviano: 41.907974, 12.457894
    Boutiques Via Nazionale: 41.901032, 12.493670
    Boutiques Via dei Giubbonari: 41.894867, 12.473043

    The Four Major Basilicas of Rome

    St. Peter's Basilica

    St. Peter’s Basilica

    Rome has over 400 churches, so it’s fairly unlikely you will see more than a tenth of them.Four of them are major basilicas: St. Peter, St. John Lateran, St. Mary Major and St. Paul Outside the Walls. With three minor basilicas, these constitute the traditional destinations of the Seven Church Tour for pilgrims to Rome.

    St. Peter’s Basilica, a UNESCO heritage site, is the most important and largest religious structure of Catholicism. It was built on the supposed tomb of the apostle Peter, buried on the same site where he was martyred.It is the tallest building in the city, 119 meters with its dome. Rebuilt mostly in the sixteenth century, during the Renaissance, Bramante, Bernini and Michelangelo contributed to it.Legally situated in the Vatican, not in Rome, it is the church of the Pope.

    Saint John Lateran

    Saint John Lateran

    Saint John Lateran is the cathedral of the Pope as Bishop of Rome. Property of the Vatican, it is considered the mother of all churches. This is indeed the oldest church of the city, originally built by Constantine in around 320.Rebuilt in the course of history, it is in the baptistery that the very early Christian ruins are best preserved.

    Santa Maria Maggiore

    Santa Maria Maggiore

    Santa Maria Maggiore is the oldest and largest church dedicated to the Virgin. The entire course of Christian art can be charted here: from the early Christian with its Ionic columns; through to the Romanic Medieval as with the bell tower; the Renaissance in which time the interior was extensively redesigned; and the Baroque as seen in its façade and domes.

    St. Paul Outside the Walls

    St. Paul Outside the Walls

    Destroyed by fire in 1823, St. Paul Outside the Walls was fully rebuilt exactly as it was. However, the thirteenth century cloister survived the disaster. The atmosphere is intensely sober and majestic. The mosaic of Apocalypse located under the arch dates back to the fifth century.

     

     

     

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    Basilique Saint-Pierre: 41.902266, 12.458517
    Saint-Jean du Latran: 41.886734, 12.505156
    Saint-Paul hors les murs: 41.858709, 12.476645
    Sainte-Marie Majeure: 41.897454, 12.498729
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    Going out in Rome. Its Neighborhoods, Bars and Nightclubs

    Going out in Rome : bars

    Campo dei Fiori, evening

    The rendez-vous for youth, the neighborhoods, bars and clubs

    From early evening until 2 am

    The Roman youth and not so young too gather in many places in Rome. Among these, one of the most popular in the center is Campo dei Fiori.
    Some neighborhoods have many bars and pubs, usually open until 2 am, like in Trastevere, especially with the little bar San Callisto, minimal but very welcoming, near Santa Maria in Trastevere.There is plenty of choice for having a drink in the Navone district (consider, for its style Caffé della Pace, in Via della Pace, and Bar del Fico, in Piazza del Fico) but also the Rione Monti area (around Piazza Madonna dei Monti), the area next to the Colosseum or around the Pantheon too (see map below).

    Bars à Rome

    Districts with bars (click to enlarge)

    More eccentric, and less touristy, are the other areas frequented by the Roman and student youth: the neighborhoods of San Lorenzo and of the Pigneto (see map below).
    The student area, San Lorenzo, is full of bars, various pubs, some with live music. This area is located northeast, relatively far from the center but still close to Termini Station.

    Another district, Pigneto, young and popular, is full of bars, night bars, pubs and small clubs.

     

     

    Before and after 2 am

    Dancing in Rome, clubs and bars

    Dancing in Rome, clubs and bars

    After 2 am, clubs and night bars: Some are dotted around Piazza Navona (La Maison, La Cabala, Shari Vari) and the Pantheon, but most are located in the Testaccio neighborhood, around the hill, and in the Pigneto area.
    See this site for a list www.discotecheroma.com/locali.
    We highlight three clubs offering good live music in general: Circolo degli Artisti near Pigneto with a concert hall and a large, well furnished outdoor area; Angelo Mai in the same style, though a little smaller and more popular, L’Asino che Vola near Metro line A, which is a nice club inside.

     

    Other clubs

     

    Social Centers

    Self-managed spaces that host numerous events, concerts and soirées.

    • Forte Prenestino
    • Brancaleone
    • Angelo Mai
    • etc

     

    More informations

     

    ROMA Pass discount card

    Roma Pass

    The Roma Pass card for around €38,50 (rate at 09.10.2014), offers:

    • Free admission to two sites/museums out of Rome’s most prestigious (Villa Borghese, Colosseum…, check the list on the official website).
      Warning : some museums require reservations (
      Borghese Gallery and Palazzo Valentini).See the box below.
    • Other sites visited are then accessible at a reduced rate.
    • The following museums are always free: Accademia Nazionale di San Luca, Museo Carlo Bilotti in Villa Borghese, Museo della Repubblica Romana e della Memoria Garibaldina, Museo delle Mura, Museo di Scultura Antica Giovanni Barracco, Napoleonic Museum, Museo Pietro Canonica in Villa Borghese, Villa di Massenzio.
    • Unlimited access to public transport in the city (Atac network): bus, metro, local trains on the Roma-Pantano, Roma-Lido and Roma-Viterbo lines.
      Warning
      This excludes Atac special connections, Trenitalia FR regional railways, the Cotral Roma Tiburtina to Termini/Fiumicino airport link, the Trenitalia-Leonardo Express connection between Rome Termini and Fiumicino Airport, and all other links to Fiumicino and Ciampino Airports.
    • Access to many exhibitions and current events at reduced rates.

    It is valid for three days (from the day of its first use – or transportation museum – until midnight of the third day)

    For more details, online shopping and updated information, see: ROMA Pass website

    Important

    For the Borghese Gallery and the Palazzo Valentini (Domus Romane), a reservation is necessary even for holders of Roma Pass or Roma Pass 48 hours.Reservations are not required for other museums, but it is highly recommended that school or tourist groups make a reservation to gain entrance more easily.

    For reservations at the Borghese Gallery at the Domus Romane or (Palazzo Valentini), call +39 06 32810 (Monday to Friday, from 9am to 18pm – Saturday from 9am to 13pm).Reservations can be made directly from the country of origin of visitors, even before buying the card.
    It is not possible to make an online booking on the Internet without prepaying the entrance. Reservation for holders of Roma Pass and Roma Pass 48 hours must be made by telephone at +39 0632810.

    Sights of Rome

    Article “Main Sights” for the category page “tourism”