Gran Crema

Roma Termini #446, Via Marsala 25, Rome 00185 Italy
1 review

I don't expect much from a bar in a train station, but this coffee place inside Roma Termini serves up a fast and tasty cappuccino with little fuss. It's perfect for the traveler, always on the go and in dire need of caffeine.

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    0.23 mi

    Museo Nazionale Romano

    Largo di Villa Peretti, 1, Roma, Italia
    0.23 mi from Gran Crema
    6 reviews

    Near Termini, a visit here was the perfect choice for me on a cool rainy Roman day. Wow was I pleasantly surprised! Not only do they have TWO amazing Greek bronzes (really rare, and I was disappointed that the Boxer was at the Met in NYC during my visit) but they also have an eye-opening collection of Roman mosaics. The ...

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    0.02 mi

    Roma Termini Railway Station

    0.02 mi from Gran Crema
    57 reviews

    I was expecting less modern train station and more history with art installation. It is a big busy train station with nothing special. If you want to buy tickets in person, I suggest you give yourself extra time, because the line is very long.

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    0.84 mi


    Piazza del Colosseo 1, 00184 Rome, Italy
    0.84 mi from Gran Crema
    506 reviews

    To me the symbol of Rome. However although it looks Impressive from the outside there isn't that much to see inside.

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  • 4
    0.99 mi

    Trevi Fountain

    Piazza di Trevi, Rome 00187, Italy
    0.99 mi from Gran Crema
    397 reviews

    It really surprised me how this is just around the corner, we were just walking along and it was all of the sudden there. It is usually a bit crowded though.

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    0.99 mi

    Roman Forum

    Via dei Fori Imperiali, Rome 00186 Italy
    0.99 mi from Gran Crema
    175 reviews

    I only walked around the area, didn't get to go inside it-- but the Roman Forum is still pretty darn cool looking. Recommended to go inside or just view it through the gates if you're walking by, if you can.

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  • 6
    0.79 mi

    Spanish Steps

    Rome, Italy
    0.79 mi from Gran Crema
    163 reviews

    Good to visit to get a view of the city. Beware of pick-pocketers (as always-- if someone tries to give you something "for free," they probably will chase after you and demand money). That said, nothing to go out of your way for, just some place to chill if you'd like!

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  • 7
    0.96 mi

    Piazza di Spagna

    Piazza di Spagna, Rome 00187 Italy
    0.96 mi from Gran Crema
    110 reviews

    This piazza is always full of people! There's shopping nearby, the famed Spanish steps, and there's the "Spagna" metro A stop nearby. This is a great, central location for starting your exploration of the city. There is a tea room nearby that is worth a visit if you like tea (although it is a little pricey, the interior is relaxing). ...

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  • 8
    0.95 mi

    Arch of Constantine

    Via di San Gregorio, 00186 Rome, Italy
    0.95 mi from Gran Crema
    82 reviews

    The Arch of Constantine (Italian: Arco di Costantino) is a triumphal arch in Rome, situated between the Colosseum and the Palatine Hill. It was erected by the Roman Senate to commemorate Constantine I's victory over Maxentius at the Battle of Milvian Bridge on October 28, 312.[1] Dedicated in 315, it is the latest of the existing triumphal arches in Rome, ...

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    0.27 mi

    Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore

    Piazza di S. Maria Maggiore 42, 00100 Rome, Italy
    0.27 mi from Gran Crema
    55 reviews

    Santa Maria Maggiore has had a church on it since the 13th century. It is the largest of those dedicated to the Virgin Mary, thus the name, Maggiore. Apparently there’s 26 churches in Rome dedicated to Mary. I would have thought there were more. There are lots of golden mosaics on the inside and the wooden coffered and gilded ceiling ...

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  • 10
    0.37 mi

    Piazza della Repubblica

    Piazza della Repubblica, Rome 00185 Italy
    0.37 mi from Gran Crema
    41 reviews

    Definitely go at night when it is just eerily beautiful to behold. Roman grandeur writ very large. And it's a lot of fun too, especially navigating the crowds and climbing the steps.

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  • 11
    0.92 mi

    Via dei Fori Imperiali

    Via dei Fori Imperiali, Rome 00186 Italy
    0.92 mi from Gran Crema
    22 reviews

    every where you go in Rome you feel the history and even more when you visit a site like this. it's working on your imagination...and always'll have to live with that in Rome

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  • 12
    0.67 mi

    San Pietro in Vincoli

    Piazza di San Pietro in Vincoli 4a, 00184 Rome, Italy
    0.67 mi from Gran Crema
    24 reviews

    St. Peter in Chains Church (graphic, I know) houses Michelangelo's spectacular giant sculpture of Moses, which was meant to be part of Pope Julius' tomb.

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  • 13
    0.92 mi

    Trajan's Column

    Via dei Fori Imperiali, 00187 Rome, Italy
    0.92 mi from Gran Crema
    23 reviews

    The column sitting in Piazza Venezia is a copy of the original. The scroll that winds its way up the column telling the story of Trajan's victory is a much copied design.

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  • 14
    0.85 mi

    San Giovanni in Laterano

    Piazza San Giovanni in Laterano, 00184 Rome, Italy
    0.85 mi from Gran Crema
    21 reviews

    Like most churches in Rome, each has a story. I prefer this church over St Peter's because there are always fewer people, and there's also a lot to see. The interior was designed by Francesco Borromini, one of Bernini's rivals in Rome during the Baroque era. Often Borromini's work is 'forgotten' so it is nice to pay homage to one ...

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  • 15
    0.52 mi

    Santa Maria della Vittoria

    Via 20 Settembre, 17, Rome, Province of Rome, Italy
    0.52 mi from Gran Crema
    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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    0.8 mi

    Saint Clement's Basilica

    Via di San Giovanni in Laterano, Rome 00184 Italy
    0.8 mi from Gran Crema
    13 reviews

    The Basilica of San Clemente is one of Rome's more interesting and lesser known gems. It's an excavation all in itself. You enter at ground level and think, oh, whatever, baroque church, blah blah blah. But then, you get to descend to a very well preserved Medieval church on the level below. Two churches, built one on top of the ...

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  • 17
    0.82 mi

    Capuchin Crypt

    Via Vittorio Veneto 27, Rome 00187 Italy
    0.82 mi from Gran Crema
    15 reviews

    Recommended to me by fellow Gogoboters, this is an insanely beautiful yet haunting crypt with the bones of hundreds of Capuchin monks. They have a taste for the macabre, but it's one of the most remarkable tributes to the pedigree of the order.

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  • 18
    0.98 mi

    Scala Santa

    14 Piazza San Giovanni in Laterano, Rome 00185 Italy
    0.98 mi from Gran Crema
    10 reviews

    Indulgence granted for climbing the steps on your knees. Difficult but surely rewarding. Recently however some deterioration is happening with the wooden steps which came from Jerusalem so the church is asking for some donation for its rehabilitation.

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  • 19
    0.7 mi

    Domus Aurea

    Via della Domus Aurea, Rome 00184 Italy
    0.7 mi from Gran Crema
    12 reviews

    The Domus Aurea (Golden House) was a large landscaped portico villa. Designed to take advantage of artificially created landscapes, Domus Aurea was built by the Emperor, Nero, in the heart of ancient Rome, after the great fire in 64 AD had cleared away the aristocratic dwellings on the slopes of the Palatine Hill.

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  • 20
    0.83 mi

    Scuderie del Quirinale

    Via 24 Maggio 16, Rome 00187 Italy
    0.83 mi from Gran Crema
    9 reviews

    The old papal stables now serve as an exhibition space for art shows that come to Rome. Best part though is the end of the exhibition which leaves you at the top of the building which offers some great panoramas of the city. Exhibitions here tend to be popular so go in the late afternoon after school is out or ...

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