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Cristalli di Zucchero

Via di San Teodoro 88, 00186 Rome, Italy
4 reviews

Cristalli di Zucchero is a great cafe and sweets shop. They offer a huge variety of very pretty and very tasty goods. Like most bars in Rome, they offer fresh coffee and juices. This is a must-visit if you're in the Circo Massimo / Bocca della Verita' area.

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    0.18 mi

    Palatine Hill

    0.18 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
    42 reviews

    Palatine Hill is a must on a first time trip to Rome. One of Rome's Seven Hills, historic, ancient Palatino is located between the Roman Forum and Circus Maximus. It is best to do a guided tour or purchase a combination ticket including the Colosseum and the Roman Forum (at a cost of around 12 euro). The area is larger ...

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    Santa Maria in Cosmedin and the Bocca della Verità

    0.1 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
    15 reviews

    This church is famous for the Mouth of Truth (La Bocca della Verita), which was featured in the Audrey Hepburn-Gregory Peck film called Roman Holiday. There might be a queue to literally put your hand in the mouth, which takes away some of the fun. Still, if there's not a long line, I would suggest going it. Some might decry ...

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    3 reviews

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    0.25 mi

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    0.25 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
    2 reviews

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    0.06 mi

    Tavole Romane Food Tours

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    Romans and travelers-in-the-know follow Tavole Romane's food blog, that's packed with great information about the cuisine of the Eternal City--from markets to wine bars and restaurants in every category. The passionate couple who created the company also leads excellent food tours of Rome, that range from fun, delicious market walks, to annotated dinners where travelers can get an insider's experience ...

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    0.22 mi

    Roseto di Roma Capitale

    0.22 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
    1 review

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    Campagna Amica di Circo Massimo

    0.06 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
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    Run by Campagna Amica, a national association that promotes "0km" (local) produce, this covered market is one of Rome's best local secrets. Held every Saturday and Sunday just around the corner from the Circus Maximus, the market sells goods directly from producers who hail from Rome's Lazio region. (Producers who are more than happy to talk to you about just ...

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    0.48 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
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    0.58 mi

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    0.76 mi

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    0.76 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
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    0.47 mi

    Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II

    0.47 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
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