This shopping district has a variety of restaurants (choose anything from Sushi to Moroccan), bars, cafes, and shops which are all located in beautiful antiquated buildings. It is a maze of triumphant churches and sprawling markets with quite a history. In the ‘50s and ‘60s it had turned into a ghetto, occupied by Southern Italian immigrants. However, it has transformed into the city’s trendiest area--full of designer boutiques, interior décor shops, and nightspots. Come see how many of the top young designers showcase their work in the funky boutiques with amazing display windows on Via Bonelli. You might find something special to take home in the Roman quarter--if you can afford it.
Armeria Reale is a museum to remind tourists of Italy's quarrelsome history as a group of militant... Read more