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STOP: Do not eat or drink here. It's a ***TOURIST TRAP***.
Two adult diners, one child diner. We were charged 75 Euros for a lunchtime snack!
I had a three cheese pizza. This showed on the menu as 13 Euros which seemed reasonable. That's how...More
Having spent a lovey time in Rome it was so disappointing to go to this total rip off 46 Euros for 4 coffee's The Rome Tourist office should have a word with the owners because this place lets Rome down.
Piazza San Silvestro is unlike many other piazzas, in that it lacks a ... fountain! It is largish in size, by Italian standards, and it has several spots where people can actually sit and have a rest! It seems to be rather quiet at times,...More
There is a restaurant called San Silvestre caffe, omg never go there. I went there once and I had sea food salad, first of all, that wasn't a sea food salad that was squid salad only nothing else, then I tried it and it was...More
Gerard personally met us and helped size and fit for me a beautiful soft lamb moto - style jacket; husband got soft shearling gloves... a huge huge selection of all colors and sizes. Very patient with our questions and well worth our time.
This place was the central city bus station, but now is changed in a nice big place with arounded bancs in travertin to take a sit or give friends an appointment on piazza San Silvestro. First important on this place , there are the central...More
This used to be a bus hub, but was recently changed into a pedestrian only piazza. So, it is certainly a lot nicer than it used to be! There are several churches in the area worth seeing -- San Silvestro in Capite being right on...More
A quite nice, quite small piazza in Rome. It would have been beautiful in any other city, in Rome, its just average, nothing special.
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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.