Piazzale Ugo La Malfa (originally known as Piazzale Romolo e Remo) lies not too far from the Aventino hill crossed by the ... More
Piazzale Ugo La Malfa
Piazzale Ugo La Malfa (originally known as Piazzale Romolo e Remo) lies not too far from the Aventino hill crossed by the Viale del Circo Massimo . Today it is dedicated to Giuseppe Mazzini, the first man to govern the modern country of Italy. The attractive panorama takes in the Palatine hill in front, the Alban hills in the distance to the right, and the majestic dome of St Peter's to the left. The piazzale also faces the remains of the Circus Maximus, today a huge grassy area of about 500 meters in which the ruins of steps, tiers and fornexes are still visible. The monument to Mazzini by Ettore Ferrari was inaugurated about 20 years after the centenary of the Roman republic in 1949. The bronze statue stands on a tall marble base decorated with large relief figures. Mazzini is shown seated and in deep thought.
Well known, time tested Roman trattoria that has been around since 1906. The atmosphere is unpretentious and the restaurant is
located in a lovely part of town. Book if you want a late night meal. The menu has excellent ...
This restaurant specialises in cuisine from the Marches region of Italy. When the ingredients are in season, you will find
Risotto with Porcini Mushrooms and various dishes seasoned with the white truffles of Acqualagna. Friday is fish day expect ...
An ideal restaurant for a fun evening with friends, here you'll find good beer and spicy food. The Mexican specialities
include parillada for the truly hungry which is a meat grill served with mixed vegetables. There are also tacos ...