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

    How big is the historic center of Rome! You can not come to Rome and not visit the Paladin! need a one month holiday if you want to see at least half of the nice things about Rome!

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    0.1 mi

    Santa Maria in Cosmedin and the Bocca della Verità

    0.1 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
    15 reviews

    Famous for being the location of La Bocca della Verità (Mouth of Truth), which featured in the 1953 film Roman Holiday. You simply have to join the queues to have your photo taken with your hand in The Mouth. Its bell tower is the tallest medieval belfry in Rome.

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    Foro Boario

    0.1 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
    3 reviews

    The Foro Boario was the Cattle Forum of Ancient Rome and the oldest forum that Rome possessed.

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    0.25 mi

    San Nicola in Carcere

    0.25 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
    2 reviews

    San Nicola in Carcere (St Nicholas in Prison) is a titular church in Rome near the Forum Boarium and Theatre of Marcellus.

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    Tavole Romane Food Tours

    0.06 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
    1 review

    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

    This rose garden managed by the city has a storied history. In the months of May and June, the roses are in bloom, and it is an amazing garden to pass through and see. It can be a very spiritual and relaxing place having once been the Jewish cemetery of the city.

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    0.06 mi

    Campagna Amica di Circo Massimo

    0.06 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
    1 review

    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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    0.11 mi

    Bocca della Verità

    0.11 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
    1 review
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    0.48 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
    515 reviews

    It's gorgeous, overwhelming and breathtaking and is one of those most photographed and recognized buildings in the world. Believe me when I tell you that a visit to the Colosseum will not disappoint. I had wanted to see the Colosseum since I was a little girl and when I finally took a trip to Rome, I was absolutely overcome with ...

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  • 10
    0.86 mi

    Trevi Fountain

    0.86 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
    402 reviews

    The Trevi Fountain is currently undergoing restoration. The fountains are empty and blocked off. Not worth visiting at the moment, though surely beautiful when they're back on.

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    238 reviews

    A masterpiece of Ancient Rome. "Pantheon's dome is still the world's largest unreinforced concrete dome."

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    0.88 mi

    Piazza Navona

    0.88 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
    190 reviews

    Ah, Piazza Navona! It's so beautiful and really exudes all the charm of Rome. Bustling with tourists and locals, street musicians, artists and more. Check it out at least once if you are in the city. The fountains are breathtaking (but hang on to your valuables as pickpockets are all over the place). This is my most favorite piazza in ...

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  • 13
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    Roman Forum

    0.3 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
    178 reviews

    The Foro di Roma is where all the ancient public buildings used to stand and it's a nice walk to see all the ruins and how large it was. Parts of it are more conserved than others and, for me, the gardens were the most beautiful part of it.

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  • 14
    0.58 mi

    Spanish Steps

    0.58 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
    166 reviews

    Very crowded site for no apparent reason. So called because they used to lead to the Spanish Embassy

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    0.58 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
    85 reviews

    I think Trastevere's true beauty comes out at night, preferably with friends. The place is simply romantic, and all the restaurants make having a meal or aperitivo al fresco very comfortable. More laid back and less crowded than the center of Rome, it's a nice place to sight-see while avoiding many of the crowds.

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  • 16
    0.54 mi

    Piazza Venezia

    0.54 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
    86 reviews

    From this square begins the guided tour of the Roman Forum that leads to the Colosseum, through a wide pedestrian promenade, a blast from the past, a must for history buffs!

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    0.38 mi

    Arch of Constantine

    0.38 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
    84 reviews

    Like almost everything in Rome, the Arch of Constantine is just breathtaking due to its history and artistic intricacies. Located between the Coloseum and the Roman Forum, it is easy to do these three must see destinations in the same day.

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  • 18
    0.76 mi

    Campo de' Fiori

    0.76 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
    63 reviews

    I do like Campo de' Fiori, but only because I can't not like a historic, bustling square in Rome. That said, it's probably my least favorite of the large ones in Centro Storico, mostly because it just feels a bit dirty. If I lived here, I'd probably like to indulge in an aperitivo at a few of the surrounding bars ...

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    0.47 mi

    Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II

    0.47 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
    44 reviews

    Vittoriano Monument has been strongly disputed by many architects during the XX century for its magnificent and its dimensions that make impossible its insertion in the landscape formed by Campidoglio and and Aracoeli Stair. Nowadays this monument is one of the most popular in Rome for tourists and we think this is for the same reason why once was disputed. ...

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    0.35 mi

    Piazza del Campidoglio

    0.35 mi from Cristalli di Zucchero
    31 reviews

    Widely considered the most iconic view of Rome, the view from The Capitoline Hill is not one to be missed. There are few places in the world that boast architectural elements dating back 2,500 years, let alone those designed by THE Michelangelo himself. Mosey on through by yourself with limited access, or go on a guided history tour of the ...

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