Maybe the most spectacular square in Rome, Piazza Navona is dominated by the Borromini dome, in front of which stands the amazing Fountain of the Rivers by Bernini. If you look at the statue that represents the river Nile; you will see that the figure raises his hand in front of his eyes to cover them from the view of Borromini’s dome, which was considered ugly by Bernini. This rumor has never been proven to be true; however if you ask a Roman, they will surely confirm the story.
There are plenty of coffee bars in the area (which tend to be more expensive), and local artists like to come to Piazza Navona to sell their portraits and paintings. Piazza Navona is a beautiful place to relax and watch the sun set over the piazza.
VERSO SERA RISTORANTE Rome is one of the most fascinating destinations, with stunning flats and incredible restaurants. As far as I’m concerned, Verso Sera is the best place to discover the real taste of Italian pasta. Its cheerful staff welcomes you
After having explored the majority of the main attractions in Rome’s historical center, I decided to go and discover the city’s characteristic Trastevere area. Just across the Ponte Sisto, I was immediately greeted by a beautiful fountain, with a set
Said | Antica fabbrica del cioccolato from 1923
In the San Lorenzo district, Said is an ancient chocolate factory, which brings you right into the atmosphere of Willy Wonka. Ok, I admit you won’t meet Johnny Depp, but you can eat some truly original dishes. One example,is the
Bakery House | For desert Lovers
In the Trieste neighborhood of Rome, you’ll find a small paradise for desert lovers. Bakery House, is a little piece of USA imported in Rome. In this corner of town, you’ll find everything from cupcakes to bagels. Open every day from
Jerry Thomas | Rome’ secrets
A secret little lounge bar in the center of Rome, right behind Campo dei Fiori, which is impossible to find for who doesn’t know its secrets. You won’t see any signs outside the place, but a black door that could