Filetti di Baccala

Largo dei Librari 88, Rome 00186 Italy
6 reviews

In the Piazza Navona/Campo de Fiori neighborhood, Filletti di Baccala features battered, deep-fried cod, a popular Roman favorite. Little else is offered here other than fried zucchini, white beans with onions, chicory salad (when in season), cheese, beer and wine. Even if you are not a fan of fried food, this is the perfect place to try it. Open only ...

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    0.1 mi

    Campo de' Fiori

    0.1 mi from Filetti di Baccala
    63 reviews

    Campo de' Fiori is overrun with young expats at night, but come early in the morning for the market, and be sure to grab a slice of pizza bianca at Forno al Campo de' Fiori, at the top corner of the piazza.

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    0.23 mi

    Moro Fountain

    0.23 mi from Filetti di Baccala
    23 reviews

    Rome has many decadently sculpted fountains throughout the city. The Moro Fountain is one of them. Located in Piazza Navona and designed in 1575, the Fountain adds a layer of Roman majestic grandeur to the Plaza.

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    0.18 mi

    Jewish Ghetto

    0.18 mi from Filetti di Baccala
    17 reviews

    Historically speaking, it deserves a visit. Near a Vestal Virgin historical spot. Best Jewish artichokes (flattened and fried) served near original gate to Roman wall in area.

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    Capitoline Museums

    0.15 mi from Filetti di Baccala
    16 reviews

    I remember when Bernini's Medusa came to San Francisco. It occupied center stage while visitors circled around it like hawks. Back at the Musei Capitolini, it sits against the wall, overshadowed by the special exhibition. This goes to show just how freakin' grand this museum is, and how it houses so much great art. I arrived at the Musei Capitolini ...

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  • 5
    0.19 mi

    Torre Argentina Ruins and Cat Sanctuary

    0.19 mi from Filetti di Baccala
    12 reviews

    Just turned into a pedestrian area.

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  • 6
    0.23 mi

    Church of Saint Yves at La Sapienza

    0.23 mi from Filetti di Baccala
    6 reviews

    Francesco Borromini's masterpiece. Even though it's a stone's throw from Piazza Navona, this little church is a hard to find. It is closed in July and August, I got very lucky, I went there June 28th!

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    0.24 mi

    Sant'Agnese in Agone

    0.24 mi from Filetti di Baccala
    6 reviews

    The big church in the heart of Piazza Navona involved both of Rome's great architects, Borromini and Bernini, as well as Girolamo Rainaldi and his son Carlo Rainaldi. The beautiful interior offers a great break from the hustle outside. Stand at the top of the church's steps and you'll get a great vantage point of the piazza itself.

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    0.09 mi

    Open Baladin

    0.09 mi from Filetti di Baccala
    5 reviews

    Wide beer selection!

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    Fontana delle Tartarughe

    0.21 mi from Filetti di Baccala
    4 reviews

    It's a petit square, nothing special at first sight, but you will not be able to escape the fascination of the fountain and the water splashing gently over and on the stone turtles, while casually the Romans will be standing there around it and pedestrian traffic will go in all directions, especially towards the neighboring Jewish Ghetto. A romantic spot ...

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    0.18 mi

    Largo di Torre Argentina

    0.18 mi from Filetti di Baccala
    3 reviews

    Cats decoratively stretched out on ruins. Heaven for a cat lover. Feral cats romp near an adjacent cat sanctuary that helps Rome's cats who need veterinary care or may be adoptable. Worth a donation- they are good folks.

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    0.22 mi

    Ponte Sisto

    0.22 mi from Filetti di Baccala
    3 reviews

    The Sisto Bridge is a pedestrian bridge cutting across the Tiber River. At night when you see the lights lit up along the river, Rome becomes more intimate and magical.

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    0.17 mi

    Museo di Roma

    0.17 mi from Filetti di Baccala
    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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    0.19 mi

    Area Sacra

    0.19 mi from Filetti di Baccala
    4 reviews

    The Area Sacra dell' Argentina was inadvertently unearthed in 1926, during an excavation project ordered by Benito Mussolini. It is one of the best sites to see the remains of Roman architecture from the Republican era. The site sits below street level, and today there's an animal sanctuary at the site, and it's now home to an estimated several hundred ...

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    Palazzo Farnese

    0.1 mi from Filetti di Baccala
    3 reviews
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  • 15
    0.12 mi

    Sant'Andrea della Valle

    0.12 mi from Filetti di Baccala
    2 reviews

    Another day, another mind-blowingly majestic piece of architecture. That's how Rome rolls. Sant'Andrea della Valle sits squarely on the busy Corso Vittorio, facing down the traffic with its baroque facade. If you're feeling operatic, imagine yourself in the first act of Puccini's Tosca, which is set here.

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    0.13 mi

    Fontane di Piazza Farnese

    0.13 mi from Filetti di Baccala
    2 reviews

    4 minutes walk from B&B The Earl's House.

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    0.16 mi

    Arco degli Acetari

    0.16 mi from Filetti di Baccala
    2 reviews

    The vinegar makers' arch, very close to Piazza Campo de' Fiori off the Via del Pellegrino, opens onto a piazza considered to be one of the few remaining traces of old Rome.

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    0.21 mi

    Piazza delle Cinque Scole

    0.21 mi from Filetti di Baccala
    2 reviews

    The Piazza delle Cinque Scole is a pleasant square with kosher restaurants (even pizze with Jewish names!), bakeries and artistic boutiques. There's a strong Jewish community here, which is quite cool, as well as the fact that it's a free Wi-Fi zone.

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    0.01 mi

    Chiesa di Santa Barbara dei Librai

    0.01 mi from Filetti di Baccala
    2 reviews

    Lovely little church in the Centro Storico located at the end of a small street near the Campo de' Fiori. Surrounded by restaurants, the church really adds to the romance of the scenery. Like many religious buildings in Rome, the interior is gorgeous, filled with ornate decorations and oil paintings. Definitely stop in for a look as, given its prime ...

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    0.14 mi

    The Bulldog Inn

    0.14 mi from Filetti di Baccala
    2 reviews

    Of the several pubs I've been to in Centro Storico, this one is closer to the top. The free wireless Internet is a huge plus, as is the fact that it's large enough so that it doesn't ever feel crowded. I liked that there were more Italian people frequenting this place, rather than just a bunch of English speakers.

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