The Domus Aurea is an palace, built by emperor Nero. Altough it can only be visited with a guided tour, it's a must see in Rome. It's pretty impressing, how huge the area of the domus aurea was.
Restaurants near Domus Aurea for Luxury Travelers
- 10.24 mi0.24 mi from Domus Aurea
Delicious! Panella is dedicated to the art of fine bread making, so naturally, their store is filled with savory and sweet delights. I ordered a slice of pizza (zucchini flowers and anchovies, from what I can remember) and a piece of supplì (fried risotto balls similar to arancini di riso). The total was 6,70€. Not too shabby, given that the ...Popular withFoodies
- 20.18 mi0.18 mi from Domus Aurea2 reviews
- 30.13 mi0.13 mi from Domus Aurea1 review
Humble place with good food. The spaghetti carbonara and ravioli in saffron sauce were terrific.
- 40.18 mi0.18 mi from Domus Aurea1 reviewPopular withFoodiesBudget
- 50.11 mi0.11 mi from Domus Aurea1 review
This restaurant, located a few steps from the apartment, as it is the best value for money, it is what I recommend to those who want to taste the typical Roman cuisine and pay a fair price ... or less than you think!!
- 60.18 mi0.18 mi from Domus Aurea
Authentically Roman neighborhood restaurant virtually unknown to tourists and many Romans who don’t live nearby. It’s one of the few restaurants in Rome which still adhere's to the tradition of "gnocchi Thursdays". Also excellent is the Saltimboca (sauteed veal dish), and panna cotta for dessert. I walked by this place several times when I lived in Rome, but didn't realize ...
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- 80.18 mi0.18 mi from Domus Aurea1 review
- 90.11 mi0.11 mi from Domus Aurea
Located just up the street from the Colosseum, Li Rioni is the go-to pizzeria for locals in the Monti and Celio neighborhoods (in fact, its name references the fact that it straddles these two quarters, or "rioni"). The pizzaiolo here serves up Roman pies just as they should be—straight from the wood-burning oven, with a thin, slightly-charred crust and fresh ...Popular withFoodiesFamiliesBudget
- 100.18 mi0.18 mi from Domus Aurea1 review
The perfect place for lunch. Entering the Macro Museum you could find this restaurant on the second floor. It has a nice outside area where you could find a buffet. The environment is quite cool, prices convenient.
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- 130.18 mi0.18 mi from Domus Aurea
Don't judge a book by its cover. This is a quaint Sicilian restaurant near Piazza Venezia. It's a miniscule place with a little door you can walk past and not think twice about. It can get uncomfortably crowded, but the food is really good. You may land on a night with live musicians...playing smack dab in the middle of the ...Popular withLocalFoodies
- 140.18 mi0.18 mi from Domus Aurea1 review
- 150.18 mi0.18 mi from Domus Aurea
After a long travel day I was happy to find this place, open and inviting. It was a comfortable place for a single person to eat. Other diners were the guests of the many hotels in the neighborhood. It was quiet. The food was hot. I enjoyed my plate of pasta. I got the traditional cacio e pepe, fresh pasta ...
- 160.67 mi0.67 mi from Domus Aurea
This restaurant just opened in 2011... and already earned a Michelin star. No wonder, since its innovative cuisine, which focuses on reinventing Italian classics, is top-notch (think goose breast tartar layered with honey mustard, green apple, and crostini).Popular withDesignTrendstersLuxury
- 170.57 mi0.57 mi from Domus Aurea5 reviews
This place considers itself the oldest Gelato factory in Rome - it is one of the best. A huge place with more than a fair amount of gelato for the price with a wide selection of flavors. Can get busy with locals and tourists but worth the wait.Popular withFoodiesFamiliesBackpackers
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- 190.42 mi0.42 mi from Domus Aurea5 reviews
I had the pistacchio gelato, my tester flavor to gauge the quality of a gelateria, and Ciuri Ciuri passed with two gold stars. It had rich nutty flavor, and a bit of nut crunch. But right now I want to go back (a long haul from San Francisco) and try a coffee granita. I'll have to save it for the ...Popular withFoodiesLocalBudget
- 200.76 mi0.76 mi from Domus Aurea4 reviews
Adjacent to a farmers’ market just off the Circus Maximus is a pretty-in-pink pasticceria where Parisian-style tartlets are made with regional ingredients like apricots and pistachios. Order the flaky ricotta-and-chocolate-filled Romanella at the counter with an espresso—then get another one to go.Popular withFoodies