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Gemma alla Lupa

Via Marghera, 39, Rome 00185 Italy
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    0.23 mi

    Julius Ceasar Pub

    0.23 mi from Gemma alla Lupa
    1 review

    This is actually a pretty chill, laid back bar. I'm only speaking of the bar area, not the B&B. They make really good kamikazee's, or any mixed drink rather. That's more their specialty than beer. It's darkly lit, and not too loud, but not quiet enough that you hear aeveryone else. There's no dancing, but there is light music playing. ...

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    0.97 mi

    Piazza di Spagna

    0.97 mi from Gemma alla Lupa
    112 reviews

    Hip plaza near the Spanish steps. Always something going on. You can buy cheap souvenirs or hire an expensive horse and carriage, so there is more than a faint whiff of the commercial. But that shouldn't be enough to spoil it.

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  • 3
    0.98 mi

    Spanish Steps

    0.98 mi from Gemma alla Lupa
    166 reviews

    Almost as iconic as the Trevi Fountain, the Forum, or the Coliseum. Great neighborhood and well worth a few hours especially if the weather is nice. Enjoy!

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  • 4
    0.45 mi

    Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore

    0.45 mi from Gemma alla Lupa
    58 reviews

    Visit Santa Maria Maggiore (St. Mary Major) if only to see Bernini's magnificant staircase! There are 80 churches in Rome dedicated to Mary. This is the largest and considered the most important, thus, the label "maggiore". Along with St. Peter's, St. John's and St. Paul's, this is one of four papal basilicas in Rome. Dating back to the 5th century, ...

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  • 5
    0.84 mi

    San Pietro in Vincoli

    0.84 mi from Gemma alla Lupa
    25 reviews

    Go Here! Fabulous Michelangelo statue of Moses with no protective plexiglass. Put small coins in box to turn on lights to see it best. Quiet and uncrowded place to pay homage to the sculpture.

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  • 6
    0.52 mi

    Santa Maria della Vittoria

    0.52 mi from Gemma alla Lupa
    18 reviews

    Rome is filled with precious pieces of art history that a traveler in a hurry could overlook, and this church is one. Secreted inside is Bernini's masterwork Ecstasy of Saint Teresa, a prime example of sensual Baroque sculpture.

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  • 7
    0.94 mi

    Scuderie del Quirinale

    0.94 mi from Gemma alla Lupa
    9 reviews

    This building used to be the Papal stables but is now used to house special exhibitions. We saw an incredible exhibition of the Baroque painter Caravaggio in 2010. Check the schedule to see what might be on.

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    0.99 mi

    Saint Clement's Basilica

    0.99 mi from Gemma alla Lupa
    13 reviews

    History buffs will drool over visiting Saint Clement's Basilica, a church on top of a church, on top of a church. Accidental excavations revealed a 4th century A.D. church underneath the medieval basilica, which just happens to be directly on top of a 1st century A.D. Mithraic chapel.

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  • 9
    0.99 mi

    San Giovanni in Laterano

    0.99 mi from Gemma alla Lupa
    23 reviews

    Although the Pope is, of course, most associated with St. Peter's, Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano (Basilica of St. John Lateran) is the official cathedral of the Pope, in his role as Bishop of Rome. This Baroque basilica incredible and is definitely worth a visit, perhaps not on your first trip to Rome, but on another visit. It is ...

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    0.99 mi

    Trinità dei Monti

    0.99 mi from Gemma alla Lupa
    4 reviews

    Great place to watch the sunset in Rome. The drawback is that it can get a bit crowded with all the tourists and people hawking their wares. There is an elevator from the Spagna metro stop to the top for those that might have issues climbing all the stairs. It is worth climbing up for some decent panoramas of the ...

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    0.93 mi

    Palazzo del Quirinale

    0.93 mi from Gemma alla Lupa
    13 reviews

    Presidential palace, formerly the temporal home of the papacy when the pope still ruled the papal states. Definitely the case that the presidential court in Italian has all the trappings of monarchy. Grand and yet somehow understated.

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    0.8 mi

    Fountain of Triton and Fountain of the Bees

    0.8 mi from Gemma alla Lupa
    7 reviews

    It's a great place to spot tourists, that Piazza Barberini. Located in an island in the middle of the street, it's located right above the Barberini Metro stop. The Fontana del Tritone e Fontana delle Api sits in its center, visible from all around. While it may be overshadowed as an attraction by the nearby Fontana di Trevi, it's still ...

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  • 13
    0.74 mi

    Palazzo Barberini

    0.74 mi from Gemma alla Lupa
    4 reviews

    We bought tickets for the Galleria before leaving for Rome. Highlights: Caravaggio’s Young Sick Bacchus, Boy with a Basket of Fruit, Portrait of Pope Paul V, Still Life with Fruit on a Stone Ledge, Madonna and Child with St. Anne (M. de Palafrenieri), David with the Head of Goliath, John the Baptist; Bernini’s Aeneas and Anchises, Rape of Proserpine, Apollo ...

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  • 14
    0.96 mi

    Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica a Palazzo Corsini

    0.96 mi from Gemma alla Lupa
    2 reviews

    Wonderful art gallery and library in an astonishing building that also houses Galileo's academy. The entrance fee is a few euro which gives you access to wonderful art and statuary. Splendid and in a great neighbourhood in Rome.

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  • 15
    0.98 mi

    Villa d'Este

    0.98 mi from Gemma alla Lupa
    24 reviews

    Very lovely palace and garden on the outskirts of Rome. Can be done with public transport easily. Visit the palace which is very nice, but the gardens are absolutely wonderful !!!

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  • 16
    0.73 mi

    Palazzo delle Esposizioni

    0.73 mi from Gemma alla Lupa
    5 reviews

    Pasolini Roma cinema art photography literature poetry critic 15 April - 20 July 2014 curated by Gianni Borgna, Jordi Balló, Alain Bergala

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    0.4 mi

    Piazza della Repubblica

    0.4 mi from Gemma alla Lupa
    41 reviews

    Piazza della Repubblica is one of Rome's grand sights if you're traveling by car, much like how PIazza Venezia wows newcomers to the Eternal City. It's not surrounded by tourists and there's a beautiful fountain in the center. The architecture around the Fontana delle Naiadi is equally beautiful, especially at night when the place is dramatically illuminated.

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  • 18
    0.89 mi

    Domus Aurea

    0.89 mi from Gemma alla Lupa
    12 reviews

    Nero's Golden House where he used to stage lavish banquets and have elephants and other exotic animals parading through its corridors. Despite its proximity to the Colosseum, the now subterranean palace tends to be unfamiliar to all but those with a more expert knowledge of the city. Michaelangelo, Ghirlandaio and Raphael used to descend on ropes to take sketches of ...

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  • 19
    0.84 mi

    Capuchin Crypt

    0.84 mi from Gemma alla Lupa
    15 reviews

    I feel kind of weird saying this place is beautiful, but in a way it truly is - the bones are displayed in such unique, intricate patterns that it almost feels like art. Then you realize exactly what you're looking at and it becomes a little creepy. I thought the Crypt of the Leg Bones and Thigh Bones (real name) ...

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  • 20
    0.69 mi

    Quattro Fontane

    0.69 mi from Gemma alla Lupa
    7 reviews

    These four fountains on the corners of an intersection in the Quirinale is one of the many small pleasures to be discovered while walking in Rome. Not really worth the trip on their own, but if you go to the intersection, you will be next to Boromini's church San Carlino, which is well worth the trip.

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