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Domus Aurea

Via della Domus Aurea, Rome 00184 Italy
4.5
12 reviews

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.

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  • 81
    1.65 mi

    Il Margutta RistorArte Vegetariani dal 1979

    1.65 mi from Domus Aurea
    5
    4 reviews

    This is a Vegetarian and Vegan restaurant. The presentation is fabulous and the quality of the food is wonderful. Italians do food well, but this place really ups the game. The restaurant is also an art gallery with ever changing works on the walls. Great food, great ambiance. its not cheap, but then quality isnt always.

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  • 82
    3.32 mi

    La Pergola

    3.32 mi from Domus Aurea
    4.5
    4 reviews

    High class, very expensive but unique restaurant ... the atmosphere is incredible with an incredible view of all Rome. 3 Michelin stars. You'll need to book at least 1 month before usually.

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  • 83
    2.12 mi

    Dar Moschino

    2.12 mi from Domus Aurea
    4.5
    4 reviews

    I ate myself sick here. It's situated on a lovely piazza in Garbatella, a neighborhood built in the 1930s, which legend has it was named after a kind waitress (or prostitute, depending who you talk to) who once worked here. Eat the rigatoni alla gricia. Have the mixed antipasto. Maybe move on to some coniglio (rabbit). Try to decipher the ...

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  • 84
    1.34 mi

    Taverna Le Coppelle

    1.34 mi from Domus Aurea

    Cozy little restaurant. Good pizza with good house wine. Affordable price.

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  • 85
    1.35 mi

    Antico Caffè Greco

    1.35 mi from Domus Aurea
    4.5
    4 reviews

    Yes, it's hideously touristy but both the place and the location are so steeped in history that it's a must-visit at least once. Stendhal, Goethe, Byron, Franz Liszt, Keats, Henrik Ibsen, Hans Christian Andersen and Felix Mendelssohn are amongst the historical figures who've previously taken tea and cake here. It's not the oldest place of its kind in Italy, that ...

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  • 86
    1.29 mi

    Insalata Ricca

    1.29 mi from Domus Aurea
    4.5
    4 reviews

    My favorite lunch place in all of Rome when I'm in the mood for a salad. They have a menu that will blow your mind with over 30 different salads. They're enough to fill you up for lunch and if you cannot find a salad you like on this menu, you just don't like salads! My favorite is the one ...

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  • 87
    1.41 mi

    L'Enoteca Cul de Sac

    1.41 mi from Domus Aurea
    4.5
    4 reviews

    Outstanding little place on the Piazza di Pasquino, just off the Piazza Navona. Great selection of wines by the glass, cheeses and prosciutto.

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  • 88
    1.3 mi

    Gelateria della Palma

    1.3 mi from Domus Aurea

    Wonderful gelato and a highlight of our trip to Italy. The only problem is trying to decide which kind to get! Loved it!!

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  • 89
    1.51 mi

    Dar Poeta

    1.51 mi from Domus Aurea
    5
    3 reviews

    The MOST amazing pizza I have ever had. So good we ate there 2 nights in a row and loved every bite. The atmosphere is lovely and the service great. Definitely plan on returning on my next trip!

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  • 90
    1.27 mi

    Volpetti

    1.27 mi from Domus Aurea
    5
    3 reviews

    Volpetti sells some of the best cheese and meat in Rome, as well as running a pretty spot-on tavola calda (buffet) next door. While it's not the cheapest place in the world, the cry-tears-of happiness level of the food is worth every extra euro cent.

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  • 91
    1.13 mi

    Piperno

    1.13 mi from Domus Aurea
    5
    3 reviews

    Established in 1860, Piperno is the most famous of the Jewish restaurants in the Roman Jewish Ghetto. People come for the traditional artichokes, and for the many fine Roman dishes. In my naiveté, I was expecting something more like a the kind of Jewish deli you'd find in New York, but I did love the artichokes and the elegant Roman ...

  • 92
    1.37 mi

    Ditirambo

    1.37 mi from Domus Aurea
    5
    3 reviews

    Great food, not so fast but friendly service ... Very good restaurant around campo di fiori...

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  • 93
    1.5 mi

    La Focaccia

    1.5 mi from Domus Aurea
    5
    3 reviews

    Great pizza and wine in a quieter location yet very near Piazza Navona!

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  • 94
    1.49 mi

    La Trattoria degli Amici

    1.49 mi from Domus Aurea
    4
    4 reviews

    Really nice atmosphere and hard to argue with the social mission of the place. But the food is uneven. First course was excellent, pasta average, meat unremarkable, tiramisu excellent. But ymmv.

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  • 95
    1.17 mi

    Hard Rock Cafe

    1.17 mi from Domus Aurea
    4.5
    4 reviews

    Absolutely fantastic!

  • 96
    1.57 mi

    Gelateria Petrini

    1.57 mi from Domus Aurea
    4.5
    3 reviews

    The most spectacular gelateria in Rome, and no one knows about it but the locals. The menta romana is creamy and delicately minty without while the passito di pantelleria is a wondrous distillation of the sicilian liqueur. Honestly, all the flavors are just uh-mazing. Close to the Ponte Lungo stop on Metro A, it's on Via Appia Nuova--get out of ...

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  • 97
    1.67 mi

    Necci

    1.67 mi from Domus Aurea
    4.5
    3 reviews

    Since 1924, this bar in the edgy Pigneto neighborhood has been a Roman institution. In fact, in the 1950s, Pier Paolo Pasolini—the famous Italian film director, writer, and poet—was one of the bar's most frequent clients. Today, it's a retro-chic spot that still attracts a crowd of hip Romans, now with offerings like brunch, aperitivo, or late-night drinks (it's open ...

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  • 98
    1.54 mi

    Osteria Margutta

    1.54 mi from Domus Aurea
    4.5
    3 reviews

    Lovely restaurant in lovelier Via Margutta.

  • 99
    2.06 mi

    Gelarmony Gelateria Siciliana

    2.06 mi from Domus Aurea

    Nice assortment of flavors, and the gelato is pretty good. Not usually a fan of the panna, but theirs is pretty good. One of my favorite places to grab a coppetta in Rome!

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  • 100
    1.12 mi

    Sora Margherita

    1.12 mi from Domus Aurea

    The food is just the most amazing food you will eat in Rome. Unlike the rest of Rome, they will not speak english to you, and you will likely have to point to the menu. They will bring you out whatever they want, lucky for you, there is not a bad thing on the menu. Make sure you do get ...

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