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La guida di Alessandro

Alessandro

La guida di Alessandro

Offerta gastronomica
The Roscioli selections Roscioli is a name encompassing many culinary facets, in one operation. The Ristorante, the Salumeria, the Antico Forno, the Caffè Pasticceria, the Rimessa, and the Wine Club. All places of taste, skillfully managed and coordinated, where you can find the best of Roman, Italian, and international production, selected with great skill and passion over the years. The Roscioli family Roscioli is a family that, for four generations, has worked in the world of hospitality, food, and wine. It all started with the bakery on Via dei Chiavari. Then our set-up developed with the grocer on Via Giubbonari, which we now know as Ristorante Salumeria Roscioli. Antico Forno Roscioli is one of the historic brands of Rome; certificates have been recovered that attest to its presence in the Regola district since the first half of the 1800s. A papal edict arranged for the establishment of a bakery that would sell bread at affordable prices to people with limited financial ability right on Via dei Chiavari, and the Vatican census dated August 17th, 1824 confirms it all. Roscioli today Roscioli today is still a family: Alessandro and Pierluigi, two brothers who carry on the tradition, not allowing it to disappear as a custom of the past, but keeping it with the times, anticipating today’s food and wine needs, and focusing, with great passion, on the high quality of their selections.
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Roscioli Salumeria con Cucina
21/22 Via dei Giubbonari
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The Roscioli selections Roscioli is a name encompassing many culinary facets, in one operation. The Ristorante, the Salumeria, the Antico Forno, the Caffè Pasticceria, the Rimessa, and the Wine Club. All places of taste, skillfully managed and coordinated, where you can find the best of Roman, Italian, and international production, selected with great skill and passion over the years. The Roscioli family Roscioli is a family that, for four generations, has worked in the world of hospitality, food, and wine. It all started with the bakery on Via dei Chiavari. Then our set-up developed with the grocer on Via Giubbonari, which we now know as Ristorante Salumeria Roscioli. Antico Forno Roscioli is one of the historic brands of Rome; certificates have been recovered that attest to its presence in the Regola district since the first half of the 1800s. A papal edict arranged for the establishment of a bakery that would sell bread at affordable prices to people with limited financial ability right on Via dei Chiavari, and the Vatican census dated August 17th, 1824 confirms it all. Roscioli today Roscioli today is still a family: Alessandro and Pierluigi, two brothers who carry on the tradition, not allowing it to disappear as a custom of the past, but keeping it with the times, anticipating today’s food and wine needs, and focusing, with great passion, on the high quality of their selections.
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.
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Pizzeria Da Baffetto
114 Via del Governo Vecchio
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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.
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Osteria da Fortunata
11/12 Via del Pellegrino
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Visite turistiche
The Trevi Fountain is in the Trevi district; the location is the Via delle Muratte in the heart of the city of Rome. The closest Metro stop is Barberini, though it is also only a 10-minute walk from the Spanish Steps. Many tourists walk between the two. On this page we have details of walking tours between these and other Rome attractions. The Trevi Fountain is the most famous of all the fountains in Rome attracting most first-time visitors as a 'must see'. As a result it can at peak times get very crowded. Come first thing or later in the evening if you wish to have a little more space to yourself. The lights at night-time at the Trevi Fountain can be quite dramatic. Evening is a great time to visit, prior to finding somewhere to eat in the maze of streets all around. It is tradition to throw a coin into the fountain to ensure your return to Rome.
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Trevi Fountain
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The Trevi Fountain is in the Trevi district; the location is the Via delle Muratte in the heart of the city of Rome. The closest Metro stop is Barberini, though it is also only a 10-minute walk from the Spanish Steps. Many tourists walk between the two. On this page we have details of walking tours between these and other Rome attractions. The Trevi Fountain is the most famous of all the fountains in Rome attracting most first-time visitors as a 'must see'. As a result it can at peak times get very crowded. Come first thing or later in the evening if you wish to have a little more space to yourself. The lights at night-time at the Trevi Fountain can be quite dramatic. Evening is a great time to visit, prior to finding somewhere to eat in the maze of streets all around. It is tradition to throw a coin into the fountain to ensure your return to Rome.
The Pantheon in Rome is the most complete ancient building (125 AD) in Rome and one of the city's most spectacular sights. This page covers the practical information you need to know, such as details of how to get to the Pantheon, opening hours and walks as well as professional tours. The Pantheon is in the heart of the Ancient City of Rome, fed by a few narrow lanes. The Piazza della Rotonda is a lively square filled with cafes, bars, and restaurants in front of the Pantheon; often live bands perform here.
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Pantheon
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The Pantheon in Rome is the most complete ancient building (125 AD) in Rome and one of the city's most spectacular sights. This page covers the practical information you need to know, such as details of how to get to the Pantheon, opening hours and walks as well as professional tours. The Pantheon is in the heart of the Ancient City of Rome, fed by a few narrow lanes. The Piazza della Rotonda is a lively square filled with cafes, bars, and restaurants in front of the Pantheon; often live bands perform here.
The Roman Forum (Forum Romanum) and the Palatine Hill are located in the same archaeological area and count as one admission. The Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill are adjacent to each other and you can walk freely between the two. Both the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill have separate entrances. The entrance ticket also gives you entrance to the Colosseum next to both and is valid for two days covering all three attractions.
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Roman Forum
5/6 Via della Salara Vecchia
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The Roman Forum (Forum Romanum) and the Palatine Hill are located in the same archaeological area and count as one admission. The Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill are adjacent to each other and you can walk freely between the two. Both the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill have separate entrances. The entrance ticket also gives you entrance to the Colosseum next to both and is valid for two days covering all three attractions.
Piazza Navona is one of the largest and most beautiful piazza squares in Rome with three impressive fountains, including la Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi with its large obelisk at the centre. The baroque church of Sant'Agnese in Agone provides an impressive backdrop. Surrounding the square are restaurants and street artists, painters and musicians who add a lively atmosphere to the scene. This page covers details of how to get to Piazza Navona plus self guided walks including the Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps. The reason for its long oval shape is that it was once the site of the Stadium of Domitian - where festivals and sporting events took place. The Navona Square was paved over in the 15th century to create what we see today. Despite the undoubted architectural delights and history of the place, for most people this is a pleasant place to hang out, have a drink or meal from the many restaurants that line the piazza and people watch.
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Piazza Navona
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Piazza Navona is one of the largest and most beautiful piazza squares in Rome with three impressive fountains, including la Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi with its large obelisk at the centre. The baroque church of Sant'Agnese in Agone provides an impressive backdrop. Surrounding the square are restaurants and street artists, painters and musicians who add a lively atmosphere to the scene. This page covers details of how to get to Piazza Navona plus self guided walks including the Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps. The reason for its long oval shape is that it was once the site of the Stadium of Domitian - where festivals and sporting events took place. The Navona Square was paved over in the 15th century to create what we see today. Despite the undoubted architectural delights and history of the place, for most people this is a pleasant place to hang out, have a drink or meal from the many restaurants that line the piazza and people watch.
Visiting the Vatican Museums is a memorable, must see sightseeing experience for visitors to Rome, culminating with the Sistine Chapel – a show stopper to end any visit to the Vatican Museums. Queues and waiting times to access the Vatican Museums are legendary and the Vatican Museums are not open every day. So we inform you of your options to minimise Vatican Museum waiting and queues, how fast track tickets, tours and advice of less busy times and days for queuing can enhance your Vatican Museums visit. Most first time visitors will combine a visit to the Vatican Museums with a visit to St Peter's St Peter's Basilica in one day. To minimise stress and to maximise your enjoyment being informed about your options and what to expect are a huge advantage.
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Vatican Museums
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Visiting the Vatican Museums is a memorable, must see sightseeing experience for visitors to Rome, culminating with the Sistine Chapel – a show stopper to end any visit to the Vatican Museums. Queues and waiting times to access the Vatican Museums are legendary and the Vatican Museums are not open every day. So we inform you of your options to minimise Vatican Museum waiting and queues, how fast track tickets, tours and advice of less busy times and days for queuing can enhance your Vatican Museums visit. Most first time visitors will combine a visit to the Vatican Museums with a visit to St Peter's St Peter's Basilica in one day. To minimise stress and to maximise your enjoyment being informed about your options and what to expect are a huge advantage.
St Peter's Basilica was until recently the largest church ever built and it remains one of the holiest sites in Christendom. Contrary to what one might reasonably assume, St Peter's is not a cathedral - that honour in Rome goes to the Basilica of St John Lateran. Getting to St Peter's Basilica independently The famous dome of St Peter is a distinctive landmark to head for, wherever you are in the nearby vicinity. The Vatican itself although a separate state to the City of Rome is located in the centre of the city and is easily reached by public transport including the Metro. We have a dedicated page devoted to travelling to the Vatican and St Peter's Square which St Peter's Basilica dominates.
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St. Peter's Basilica
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St Peter's Basilica was until recently the largest church ever built and it remains one of the holiest sites in Christendom. Contrary to what one might reasonably assume, St Peter's is not a cathedral - that honour in Rome goes to the Basilica of St John Lateran. Getting to St Peter's Basilica independently The famous dome of St Peter is a distinctive landmark to head for, wherever you are in the nearby vicinity. The Vatican itself although a separate state to the City of Rome is located in the centre of the city and is easily reached by public transport including the Metro. We have a dedicated page devoted to travelling to the Vatican and St Peter's Square which St Peter's Basilica dominates.
Visiting the Colosseum in Rome is a “must see” for most first time visitors. The Colosseum (or Coliseum), Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill are all located in the same archaeological area of Rome adjacent to one another. The Colosseum, Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill all have separate ticket entrances but share the same admission ticket valid for two days valid for all three sites. You can walk freely between the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill once and enter the Colosseum once during the 2 day validity of the standard admission ticket. The emperors of Rome built in 80 A.D. this large amphitheatre for gladiatorial shows and hunts of wild animals which became the symbol of the Eternal City. The shows were free of charge and the seats were assigned according to the class of spectators. The Colosseum was built primarily to entertain the masses in brutal and barbaric games. Gladiators were slaves, often captured in war, that were trained in special schools to fight each other to the death. The gladiatorial games were over by the year 438 A.D. while the shows with hunts of wild beasts continued until 523.
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Colosseum
1 Piazza del Colosseo
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Visiting the Colosseum in Rome is a “must see” for most first time visitors. The Colosseum (or Coliseum), Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill are all located in the same archaeological area of Rome adjacent to one another. The Colosseum, Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill all have separate ticket entrances but share the same admission ticket valid for two days valid for all three sites. You can walk freely between the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill once and enter the Colosseum once during the 2 day validity of the standard admission ticket. The emperors of Rome built in 80 A.D. this large amphitheatre for gladiatorial shows and hunts of wild animals which became the symbol of the Eternal City. The shows were free of charge and the seats were assigned according to the class of spectators. The Colosseum was built primarily to entertain the masses in brutal and barbaric games. Gladiators were slaves, often captured in war, that were trained in special schools to fight each other to the death. The gladiatorial games were over by the year 438 A.D. while the shows with hunts of wild beasts continued until 523.
Le Guide ai Quartieri
The Spanish Steps are a set of steps dating from 1723, climbing a steep slope between the Piazza di Spagna at the base and Piazza Trinita dei Monti at the top dominated by Trinita dei Monti Church. The steps are at the eastern end of the old city centre. From the base there is a maze of very narrow lanes crammed full with designer shops waiting to be explored. The Spanish Steps are still a place for artists, painters and poets to visit. Today, at the top of the Spanish Steps you will find a cluster of artists painting visitor’s portraits.
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Piazza di Spagna
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The Spanish Steps are a set of steps dating from 1723, climbing a steep slope between the Piazza di Spagna at the base and Piazza Trinita dei Monti at the top dominated by Trinita dei Monti Church. The steps are at the eastern end of the old city centre. From the base there is a maze of very narrow lanes crammed full with designer shops waiting to be explored. The Spanish Steps are still a place for artists, painters and poets to visit. Today, at the top of the Spanish Steps you will find a cluster of artists painting visitor’s portraits.