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Gusto

Piazza Augusto Imperatore 9, 00186 Rome, Italy
4.5
10 reviews

Gusto offers a brunch buffet that features a mix of American favorites like scrambled eggs and Italian primi and secondi, with al fresco tables on Piazza Augusto Imperatore, this is a popular choice among expats and Italians alike, so try to arrive early (That’s 12 pm in Italy!) Aperitivo is popular as well.

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  • 41
    0.62 mi

    Capuchin Crypt

    0.62 mi from Gusto
    4.5
    15 reviews

    Really cool (and really creepy) place to check out if you're exploring one afternoon. Just off the Barberini metro stop, this tiny chapel is open to the public for a 'donation' of your choice. There are three small rooms within the chapel, and each is decorated with human bones (the remains of Capuchin monks, dug up by a later generation). ...

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  • 42
    0.62 mi

    Basilica di Santa Maria sopra Minerva

    0.62 mi from Gusto
    4.5
    15 reviews

    Santa Maria Sopra Minerva a Michelangelo statue of Christ holding the cross. You can go right up to the Michelangelo statue and touch it, unlike the Pietà in St. Peter’s which is behind bullet proof glass. Outside the church is a Bernini statue, a small elephant with a small obelisk on its back.

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  • 43
    0.54 mi

    Fontano Di Trevi

    0.54 mi from Gusto
    5
    10 reviews

    Must See in Rome!

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  • 44
    0.74 mi

    Palazzo del Quirinale

    0.74 mi from Gusto
    4
    13 reviews

    If you're tired of the tourists around the Trevi Fountain, head a few blocks away to the Palazzo del Quirinale and the piazza near it. The wide open space with a view is a relief from the crowds, and the palazzo is simply beautiful. Admire the guards as they go about their business in spiffy uniforms.

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  • 45
    0.75 mi

    Torre Argentina Ruins and Cat Sanctuary

    0.75 mi from Gusto
    4.5
    11 reviews

    Sorry for the cliche, but there really is nothing like this in the world. Come see where Julius Caesar was killed, and pet hundreds of stray cats while you're here. The ruins themselves are roped off to non-feline visitors, but you can walk around the huge square and see the ruins of the Pompey Theatre (the site of the assassination) ...

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  • 46
    0.32 mi

    Santa Maria del Popolo

    0.32 mi from Gusto
    4.5
    10 reviews

    it is impossible to be indifferent to this wonder of humanity!

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  • 47
    0.77 mi

    Scuderie del Quirinale

    0.77 mi from Gusto
    4.5
    9 reviews

    A beautiful space. Check www.InRomeNow.com for full listings of museum shows.

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  • 48
    0.36 mi

    Pincio

    0.36 mi from Gusto
    5
    8 reviews

    I love this quiet outlook over the Piazza del Popolo. It leads straight to the Villa Borghese. Here, you'll find busts of prominent Romans and lots of nature. Take a seat, cool off and watch people bike around the park.

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  • 49
    0.47 mi

    San Luigi dei Francesi

    0.47 mi from Gusto
    4.5
    8 reviews

    It's not hard to find the highlight of San Luigi dei Francesi, a French national church in Rome. Head left and to the very end and you'll find a crowd staring at paintings in the corner. They're looking at dramatic works by Caravaggio, the master of the chiaroscuro (which ultimate means all his works are pretty dramatic, let's face it).

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  • 50
    0.66 mi

    Palazzo Doria Pamphilj

    0.66 mi from Gusto
    5
    7 reviews

    This art museum has some excellent works but is hard to find with a door not obvious on a busy streetat Via del Collegio Romano 2. It is open Friday to Wednesay, 10-5pm, with admission of €8. The paintings are hung high and low in no apparent order and with floor or room plans available -- just a sheet listing ...

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  • 51
    0.54 mi

    Chiostro del Bramante

    0.54 mi from Gusto
    5
    7 reviews

    The Cloister of Bramante, located in the heart of Rome, offers apartments, ideal for business meetings, as well as renovated spaces for conferences and meetings. The apartments are designed to make you feel at home, whether the purpose of your visit is for business or pleasure. No matter how long you choose to stay, the quality of our service remains ...

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  • 52
    0.79 mi

    Chiesa del Gesù

    0.79 mi from Gusto
    5
    7 reviews

    Triumph of the Name of Jesus, by Giovanni Battista Gaulli, is the fresco painting on the ceiling of the church and makes a visit to this church worthwhile. There is a big mirror set up so you can view the ceiling at length without straining your neck. The times when the church is open is not well advertised so check ...

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  • 53
    0.84 mi

    Via Giulia

    0.84 mi from Gusto
    4.5
    7 reviews

    This street is around one kilometer straight long. It was on the first urban projects of Renaissance in Rome. It was designed by Pope Julius II, and was meant to become the centre of offices and administrative power in Rome. Nowadays it is a very fascinating street, I would say a must see in Rome.

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  • 54
    0.46 mi

    Column of Marcus Aurelius

    0.46 mi from Gusto
    4.5
    7 reviews

    The Column of Marcus Aurelius in Piazza Colonna has a spiraling relief tells the story of Marcus Aurelius in his wars.

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  • 55
    0.82 mi

    Quattro Fontane

    0.82 mi from Gusto
    4.5
    7 reviews

    My first sight of this corner was from the back of a motorino, and it crystallized the particular beauty of Rome for me. On this traffic choked four way intersection, air heavy with smog, these four incredibly elegant statues stand watch, reminding us of the layers upon layers of time the city has seen.

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  • 56
    0.61 mi

    Church of Saint Yves at La Sapienza

    0.61 mi from Gusto
    5
    6 reviews

    Step into the courtyard on your meanderings around town. It will take your breath away.

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  • 57
    0.68 mi

    Fountain of Triton and Fountain of the Bees

    0.68 mi from Gusto
    4.5
    7 reviews

    One of the must visits for Bernini fans. Down the street (Via Barberini) from Santa Maria della Vittoria (which houses Bernini's Ecstasy of St. Teresa).

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  • 58
    0.56 mi

    Chiesa di Sant'Ignazio di Loyola

    0.56 mi from Gusto
    4.5
    6 reviews

    It is a big church of 17 th century, with a trompe l'oeil dome really astonishing. I like during summer the open air concerts played in the square in front of it. Maybe it is not one of the most famous churches in Rome but it worths the trip.

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  • 59
    0.76 mi

    Ponte Vittorio Emanuele II

    0.76 mi from Gusto
    4.5
    6 reviews

    A lovely bridge with a great view of the Tiber. Some really fantastic sculptures and quite a beautiful bridge.

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  • 60
    0.5 mi

    Fontana del Pantheon

    0.5 mi from Gusto
    4.5
    6 reviews

    The Pantheon is really impressive. It makes us look so small that I wonder if it was built by giants just by the size of the columns and how big the dome looks from the inside.

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