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Capuchin Crypt

Via Vittorio Veneto 27, Rome 00187 Italy
4.5
15 reviews

Recommended to me by fellow Gogoboters, this is an insanely beautiful yet haunting crypt with the bones of hundreds of Capuchin monks. They have a taste for the macabre, but it's one of the most remarkable tributes to the pedigree of the order.

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  • 61
    0.57 mi

    Piazza di Pietra

    0.57 mi from Capuchin Crypt
    5
    4 reviews

    When I am here I feel like being home. It is surely one of the places i really prefer in Rome. It is quite a small square in a pedestrian area , quite clse also to Piazza Venezia. It is really fascinating thanks to the majestic columns of the temple built by Hadrian Emperor around 100 AD. There are a ...

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  • 62
    0.88 mi

    Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea

    0.88 mi from Capuchin Crypt
    5
    4 reviews

    there are many artists. climt, gogh, dali, kandinsky, magritte, rodin, gaugin, calder, warhol and so on. a few works of art. but there are various objects of italian artists.

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  • 63
    0.84 mi

    Bioparco

    0.84 mi from Capuchin Crypt
    4.5
    4 reviews

    The Bioparco is not far from the Villa Borghese so it is a cool place to visit with your children before or after visiting the park. It is also close to the Zoological Museum so you can kill two birds with one stone and hit both sites at the same time, especially if your children are fond of animals. The ...

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  • 64
    0.93 mi

    Fontana delle Tartarughe

    0.93 mi from Capuchin Crypt
    4.5
    4 reviews

    One of the great things about Rome is walking in an area with traditional narrow streets which never seem to go far without bending, then suddenly you come across a fantastic fountain. The Fontana delle Tartarughe or Fountain of the Tortoises is one of the many fountains bringing potable water to Romans. It was originally designed without any tortoises, the ...

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  • 65
    0.35 mi

    Santi Vincenzo e Anastasio a Trevi

    0.35 mi from Capuchin Crypt
    4.5
    4 reviews

    Next to Trevi Fountain. This is a nice escape from the crowd at the fountain.

  • 66
    0.62 mi

    Markets of Trajan

    0.62 mi from Capuchin Crypt
    3.5
    5 reviews

    Trajan's Markets might not be on the top of your list when you visit Rome, but it's certainly worth a visit. It has fantastic views of the city, interesting special exhibits and a nice collection. Check the museum calendar to see if any special events will be going on during your stay. For example, last year, they did evening aperitifs, ...

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  • 67
    0.58 mi

    Chiesa di Santa Maria in Aracoeli

    0.58 mi from Capuchin Crypt
    5
    3 reviews

    If you can make it quickly up the stairs in front of Santa Maria in Aracoeli, you deserve a grande pausa inside. On a hot day, it's a daunting climb, but know that you'll be rewarded with a great view from the top. The church itself is quite pretty. I found myself spending a good amount of time inside (partly ...

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  • 68
    0.71 mi

    Libreria Caffè Bohemien

    0.71 mi from Capuchin Crypt
    5
    3 reviews

    In Piazza degli Zingari, this wine bar/cafe/art gallery is gorgeously run by the Calabrian Margherita, an independent woman business owner who works her tail off and has a great wine list. The crowd is a nice mix of expats and Italians. Rotating art exhibitions add to the fun.

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  • 69
    0.72 mi

    Scholars Lounge

    0.72 mi from Capuchin Crypt
    4
    4 reviews

    The crowd at Scholars Lounge is an over-the-top stereotype of the douchebag. Never in my life have I ever heard anyone sing along to a Nickelback song with so much fervor and passion. Then this was followed by Counting Crows (not too bad), and finally by a crowd-rollicking number we all recognize as Chumbawamba's one hit about drinking and peeing. ...

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  • 70
    0.72 mi

    Piazza della Madonna dei Monti

    0.72 mi from Capuchin Crypt
    4.5
    3 reviews

    The fountain made by Giacomo Della Porta is situated in the middle of the interesting square and in front of it you can admire a beautiful building that dates back to the Eighteenth Century. The homonym street still preserves some old buildings from the Fourteenth Century with mediaval walls. Palazzo dei Neofiti. Between the square and the street there is ...

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  • 71
    0.67 mi

    Casa Clementina

    0.67 mi from Capuchin Crypt
    4.5
    3 reviews

    An unmarked door and excellent cocktails make this a contemporary Roman favorite for night owls.

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  • 72
    0.66 mi

    La Casa Del caffe' Tazza D'oro

    0.66 mi from Capuchin Crypt
    4.5
    3 reviews

    Quite possibly the best coffee in Rome. That's saying a lot but I ordered a decaf cappuccino (1,30 euro) and it was DELICIOUS. Normally I don't expect full bodied flavor from decaf but this was a different beast all together. There was complexity and fruitiness. It was very good. You order at the register, pay, get your receipt and bring ...

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  • 73
    0.95 mi

    Museo di Roma

    0.95 mi from Capuchin Crypt
    4.5
    3 reviews

    I think i appreciate the Museo di Roma more than I actually like it. It's not exactly filled with interesting stuff, so the 9€ entrance fee seems a bit much. The museum features Roman history mostly revolving around the papal era, with only one room dedicated to ancient history. There is an interesting section on the construction of Piazza Navona, ...

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  • 74
    0.75 mi

    Lounge Bar at Hotel Locarno

    0.75 mi from Capuchin Crypt
    4.5
    3 reviews

    Great ambiance, but you definitely pay for it! Though, the comp snacks help take the sting off the sticker price.

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  • 75
    0.84 mi

    Area Sacra

    0.84 mi from Capuchin Crypt
    4
    4 reviews

    Not a bad spot to sneak a little archaeology into your stroll between northern Centro Storico and the Campo de' Fiori. The area is crowded, full of traffic and hectic; a strange contrast to the almost eternal nature of the Area Sacra.

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  • 76
    0.67 mi

    Wedding Cake

    0.67 mi from Capuchin Crypt
    4.5
    3 reviews

    It is beautiful

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  • 77
    0.94 mi

    Via Cola di Rienzo

    0.94 mi from Capuchin Crypt
    4
    3 reviews

    Via Cola di Rienzo is a picturesque street of fashionable stores near Vatican City. If you happen to have a break from the museums, take a detour here and pick up some snacks at Castroni, a very old and very large specialty foods store. And while the street is near one of the most visited tourist spots in the world, ...

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  • 78
    0.48 mi

    Piazza Colonna

    0.48 mi from Capuchin Crypt
    4
    3 reviews

    Piazza Colonna is a nice square, albeit not as memorable, with a grand column and a fountain. The column is the highlight here, with details etched from near the base up to the top. It's quite grand, and it's no surprise that the square was named after it.

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  • 79
    0.57 mi

    Piazza Sant'Ignazio

    0.57 mi from Capuchin Crypt
    5
    2 reviews

    It's a quiet little piazza located in front of Sant'Ignazio. It's quite pretty, though it's not one of the piazze that you could stare at for hours. But for the more modest squares, it's probably the most elegant.

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  • 80
    0.62 mi

    Museo Dei Fori Imperiali & Mercati Di Traiano

    0.62 mi from Capuchin Crypt
    5
    2 reviews

    Very cool museum about Imperial Fora and Trajan's Market. The museum uses actual Trajan's Market ruins and houses various remains from the Imperial Fora. The self guide tour is very useful. You can take pictures inside the museum as long as you don't use flash.

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