Try saying that three times fast, and definitely double check our times before you go since the temperamental old ladies who run this wonderful establishment have been known to “siesta” for days at a time. Should it be open however, and should you find yourself so inclined, a visit here for flower lovers is a real game changer. Il Roseto was Rome's only Jewish cemetery for hundreds of years before being opened to the city in the 1900's. The garden layout pays tribute to the site's history with paths forming symbols shaped like candelabra. As well as an extensive permanent collection of roses occupying the higher slopes and climbing up over walkways, the garden also displays new breeds. The selection of flowers is huge, and visitors could spend hours walking around and taking pics.
Located only several minutes away from Piazza Navona, Sant’ Agostino houses a multitude of s... Read more