Admire ancient ruins at Portico D’ottavia
It’s the only fragment of a portico of 300 columns, dating from 27BC, to survive the turbulent history of this quarter of Rome.
Pick up supplies at Mercato Campo De’ Fiori
A square that used to be site of public executions for centuries, it now boasts a historic market.
An optical illusion at Galleria Spada
The main gallery of this palazzo was designed by Borromini, and appears far longer than it actually is. Only open on the first Saturday of the month.
Admire the detail of the turtle fountain
Located in the small piazzetta Mattei, itself a jewel of the renaissance, this marble and bronze fountain is one of Rome’s finest.
Try the cherry pie at pasticceria Boccione
The sour cherry pie, signature of this hole-in-the-wall Jewish bakery, has been baked for 50 years following the same, timeless recipe.
Taste roman-jewish cuisine at piperno
This classic restaurant in the Jewish ghetto honors the neighborhood's heritage with its menu. Try to get a table on the terrace.
Explore avant-garde art at Dorothy Circus
Focusing on pop surrealism and on unearthing new artists, this gallery was listed as one the top 100 in the world.
Craft beer at open baladin
This cool bar with a modern design near Campo de’ Fiori offers forty beers on tap and about 100 bottled brews all made in Italy. There’s also a decent food menu.
Discover new artists at galleria Lorcan O’neill
Since opening in 2003, this contemporary gallery that has held exhibitions focusing on both international artists and fresh Italian talent.
Have a snack at roscioli
There are all sorts of delicious baked goods here but the masterpiece is the pizza bianca.
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