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Things to do in Rome

  • Bunny’s Sun

    The satellite location of a chic city salon chain, Bunny’s offers a full menu of beauty services to revive bedraggled travelers: haircuts and styli... More
  • c.u.c.i.n.a.

    There are no lavish, aspirational lifestyle displays à la Williams-Sonoma at this excellent back-to-basics cookware emporium; instead, the utilitar... More
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    Castel Sant'Angelo

    The Site: In the year 590, as he prayed for Rome's deliverance from a plague, St. Gregory the Great had a encouraging vision of an angel sheathing ... More
  • Chiesa di Santa Bibiana

    Located in San Giovanni, this small, basilica-style church is dedicated to the virgin martyr Saint Bibiana. Originally built in 467, the church was... More
  • Chiostro del Bramante

    Built in 1504 and attached to the church of Santa Maria della Pace in Rome’s Centro Storico, Chiostro del Bramante was one of architect Donato Bram... More
  • Cimitero Acattolico

    The Cimitero Acattolico (Non-Catholic Cemetery), also known as the Protestant Cemetery, is home to one of the largest collections of notable graves... More
  • Clean Life Dry Cleaning

    Multi-tasking travelers on can freshen up their laundry while on layover at Clean Life Dry Cleaning in the arrivals terminal Leonardo da Vinci-Fium... More
  • Colosseum

    Though there may no longer be gladiators and staged naval battles at Rome’s iconic Colosseum, it’s still a great hive of activity in central Rome. ... More
  • Cripta dei Cappuccini

    This church and convent in the Centro Storico neighborhood of Rome is not for the faint of heart. Although the 17th-century church contains a reput... More
  • Crudo

    “Drink, eat, talk” is the motto of this ultra-stylish nightspot fashioned out of a former garage near Campo dei Fiori. Stake out one of the black a... More
  • Dolce & Gabbana

    The only airport outlets for this über-chic Italian fashion label are in Rome, so if you missed the dazzling main outlet on Via Condotti, head to T... More
  • EUR and the Foro Italico

    EUR: Via Cristoforo Colombo at Piazza Guglielmo Marconi and surroundings.   Foro Italico: Lungotevere Maresciallo Cadorna at Ponte Duca d’Aosta Th... More
  • Experiencing a Roman Coffee "Bar"

    Coffee in Italy (and the culture that surrounds it) is a completely different animal than what you’re used to back home (e.g., Starbucks). When in ... More
  • Fabriano Boutique

    The oldest paper producer in Europe (founded in 1264), Fabriano not only invented the watermark, but also supplied artists like Michelangelo, Rapha... More
  • Ferrari Shop

    Ferrari-philes will find all manner of merchandise here related to their favorite performance autos. The shop carries everything from logo-emblazon... More

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