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We stayed at Hotel Splendor Suites on Piazza San Lorenzo in Lucina. This little piazza was so warm and interesting that we ate most of our dinners and all of our breakfasts at one of the three cafes on the piazza. More for Romans than...More
We were staying steps from this Chiesa and attended Sunday mass. We were out and about early and noticed that the priest stand outside to greet parishioners about an hour prior to the mass. It's such a beautiful church, we really enjoyed it. Even though...More
As with many churches that were reconstructed, restored or erected in the 17th century they have a richly ornate interior with many paintings throughout. A church has been on this site for many centuries and it has undergone many overhauls. As it is today it...More
This is probably the only church in Rome where I like what's outside more than what's inside! It has one of the most pleasant arcaded porches of any Roman church. It's a fairly large open space with a grilled gate separating it from the street....More
in the midst of the main shopping area of Rome, it would be easy to miss this secondary church, lacking a bit of attractiveness in the facade. the interior is significantly better, if not stunning and I was particularly impressed by the wooden ceiling.
Frantic fashionistas, pedicured politicos, goal-oriented tourists, and on-the-go locals cross paths every day in Colonna, a delightful chaos in the very centre of the city. Even though it has some of the city’s loveliest sites—a 2nd century column, Belle Epoque shopping centre, and a magnificent Baroque parliament building—Colonna is not just another pretty face, but the cosmopolitan eye of Rome’s cultural
storm. Colonna can safely say it has the best of Rome: museums, boutiques, window displays, restaurants, cafes, and people watching.