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These ruins are extraordinary both in size and in structure. Likely built between 212 & 217 AD, these incredible baths were in use until the 530s and were at one time the city's second largest Roman public baths. This place is incredible and without doubt one of my favourite places in Rome and if we hadn't had been on the...
Dating back to 1475, this impressive stone gate was once part of the Aurelian walls that surrounded the city. Looking at the gate from inside the piazza you won’t see the carvings and details that appear when you look at the gate from outside (across Via Luisa di Savoia).
Pyramid is a tomb for Gaius Cestius and it has been built about 18-12 BC. It isn't huge, but still worth to see. It's easy to reach with subway, because it's located just couple of hundreds metres outside of Piramide station (B line).
One of 2 Basilicas lactated at the top of Aventino Hill.
It’s not as beautiful as the Basilica of Sant Sabina (it was built only few meter away) but definitely worth visiting.
I found this place a bit tired. It needs some renovation.
A classic and authentic vibrant Roman restaurant, ideal for family dinners or large group of friends meeting together. Better to make a reservation as it is quite busy with mostly locals and few tourists which is another advantage too. There is a wide list of starters with the impressive anti pasti plateau and also a wide range of pasta dishes....
My first dinner in Rome after a long flight there.
It was close to our hotel in Aventino. It was a small places with a few tables and chairs.
Authentic Greek food, mousakka, lamb gyro , chicken burger with Greek salad, light, not greasy.
Quick. Cold Greek beer.
A taste of France in Rome! me and my girlfriend have been here for a dinner out during our vacation in Rome and discovered right in front of Circo Massimo this lovely place. The atmosphere is relaxed, the manager lovely and the food excellent. Definitely coming back in our next time in this wonderful city
Enogastronomy in Rome, as in most parts of Italy, is more known for its Mediterranean kitchen, to which you have a huge selection of good wines to choose from. -But don't forget the crafted beers! At the pub So Good you have a good handfull of really interesting crafted beers to choose from, -on tap, an at the right price....
$$ - $$$ • Italian, Pizza, Cafe, Mediterranean, Bar
reviewed 8 February 2020 by T949QGdavidl
Excellent pizza and pasta, Daniel a most helpful host with very good English. Would have hoped for rose wine to be available but hard to find any negative comments otherwise. Good value for money given location near to Colloseum.
Staying in this lovely guest house really improved our experience in Rome. The location has surprisingly good connections for getting around the city, particularly from Circo Massimo and Piramide. If you set off on foot for a day's sight seeing you can quickly stumble upon something of interest on route. We found the people working at Pepoli9 to be extremely...