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Julius Ceasar Pub

Via Castelfidardo, 49, Rome, Province of Rome, Italy
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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    0.75 mi

    White

    0.75 mi from Julius Ceasar Pub
    1 review

    A great venue for late night dancing in Rome. Very chic, pricey drinks, but very strong!

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  • 62
    0.48 mi

    Teatro Dell'Opera Di Roma

    0.48 mi from Julius Ceasar Pub
    1 review

    Used mainly for opera and ballet performances, the Teatro dell’Opera is also known, albeit to a less degree, as the Constanzi Theatre after the contractor who built it, Domenico Costanzi. Neo-Renaissance in design, the theatre was opened on 27th November 1880 with a performance of Semiramide by Gioachino Rossini, conducted by Giovanni Rossi, which was attended by the Italian royal ...

  • 63
    0.71 mi

    Santa Maria della Concezione

    0.71 mi from Julius Ceasar Pub
    1 review

    The museum is larger than you'd expect...room after room of paintings, antiques, historical narrative, and religious attire. There's a surprising amount of relics of saints as well, though the biggest draw here is probably the crypt...it isn't actually underground, and it's smaller than expected, but it's striking. Beautiful and shocking, it's completely decorated with the skeletal remains of monks long ...

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  • 64
    0.45 mi

    Church of Saint Susanna at the Baths of Diocletian

    0.45 mi from Julius Ceasar Pub
    1 review

    Santa Susanna is an English speaking church and the home of the American Catholic Church in Rome. Not only is this a place of worship, it is also a font of information for Americans visiting Rome.The church is easy to reach by bus or train. Metro station Repubblica is near by. This is a historic building with frescos telling the ...

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  • 65
    0.48 mi

    Opera House

    0.48 mi from Julius Ceasar Pub
    2 reviews

    Rome's Teatro dell'Opera is a lovely opera house. I wish I could say the same for the art here. The last thing I saw was a tribute to Diaghilev's Ballets Russes. The sets were gorgeous, the dancing less so. The 80 year old Carla Fracci took it upon herself to play the sexy nymph in Nijinsky's Afternoon of a Faun. ...

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  • 66
    0.91 mi

    Il Giardino del Te

    0.91 mi from Julius Ceasar Pub
    1 review

    If you are wondering in Rione Monti you could stop in this shop. It sells a wide choice of different coffees, flavored in many different ways - nuts, vanilla, chocolate..... There is also a wide choice of teas.

  • 67
    1.15 mi

    Colosseum

    1.15 mi from Julius Ceasar Pub
    516 reviews

    It is amazing and impressive to experience the Colosseum in person. Ponder on the incredible hstory as you explore this site.

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  • 68
    1.39 mi

    Pantheon

    1.39 mi from Julius Ceasar Pub
    238 reviews

    Great for history lovers and the free admission is a nice change of pace after all the $$ you spend all over Rome elsewhere. Final resting place of Rafael and other famous roman kings.

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  • 69
    2.32 mi

    Saint Peter's Square

    2.32 mi from Julius Ceasar Pub
    126 reviews

    Saint Peter's Square is the Pope's outdoor audience chamber. The round plaza, surrounded by arcades, is generally full at all times with the faithful and the curious. When the pope is giving an audience or a new pope is about to be declared, it's packed. A fun fact is that the square itself is in Italy and the boundary of ...

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  • 70
    2.53 mi

    St Peter's Basilica

    2.53 mi from Julius Ceasar Pub
    165 reviews

    Just to be in the presence of greatness, that's how I felt when approaching the security lines...to get inside the basilica. I felt that every security measure is necessary to protect such an important symbol and its relics inside.

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  • 71
    2.45 mi

    Vatican Museums

    2.45 mi from Julius Ceasar Pub
    120 reviews

    Probably the most important collection of religious artwork in the entire world. For starters, the Vatican Museums are home to the Sistine Chapel, the most famous artwork of the Renaissance. Raphael's School of Athens is another important work. My favorite exhibits were actually the modern religious artwork. We are so often focused on past centuries when considering religious art that ...

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  • 72
    1.57 mi

    Piazza Navona

    1.57 mi from Julius Ceasar Pub
    190 reviews

    A wonderful location for a spot of lunch, and people watching.

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  • 73
    1.23 mi

    Roman Forum

    1.23 mi from Julius Ceasar Pub
    178 reviews

    Imagine walking on the very ground that the ancient Romans once walked on and experiencing history that until now was only on the page of a textbook that you glanced at as a child. It was a very cool experience to be able to say that I have been to the Roman Forum and even cooler for my 7 year ...

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  • 74
    1.84 mi

    Castel Sant'Angelo

    1.84 mi from Julius Ceasar Pub
    86 reviews

    The Mausoleum of Hadrian, usually known as the Castel Sant'Angelo, is a towering cylindrical building in Rome. It was initially commissioned by the Roman Emperor Hadrian as a mausoleum for himself and his family. The building was later used by the popes as a fortress and castle, and is now a museum. It offers lovely views over Rome, the Tiber ...

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  • 75
    1.12 mi

    Spanish Steps

    1.12 mi from Julius Ceasar Pub
    166 reviews

    Enjoy Piazza di Spagna with the famous " Barcaccia" Fountain, built by Bernini's father, Pietro and the beautiful Spanish Steps!

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  • 76
    2.47 mi

    Sistine Chapel

    2.47 mi from Julius Ceasar Pub
    114 reviews

    Don't miss the best of the best on your tour of Rome. The Sistine Chapel is more than a checklist location, it is an experience.

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  • 77
    1.31 mi

    Piazza del Campidoglio

    1.31 mi from Julius Ceasar Pub
    31 reviews

    This piazza is fun to explore, and there is always a vibrant crowd of tourists, government officials and people just looking to get some fresh air. The best time to come here is on the weekends when official business is generally light. This is a great piazza for the kids to walk around and see the different statues, buildings and ...

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  • 78
    1.22 mi

    Altare della Patria

    1.22 mi from Julius Ceasar Pub
    7 reviews

    " Vittoriano is the largest monument in white marble ever created. The Altare della Patria (Altar of the Fatherland) also known as the Monumento Nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele II (National Monument to Victor Emmanuel II) is a monument built in honour of Victor Emmanuel, the first king of a unified Italy. "

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  • 79
    1.86 mi

    Ponte Sant'Angelo

    1.86 mi from Julius Ceasar Pub
    50 reviews

    This pedestrian bridge over the Tiber has a fine view of the neighboring Vatican as well as much of the rest of the city. Unlike London and Paris, which navigable rivers, very little actually goes down the Tiber but the bridge is nice.

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  • 80
    1.23 mi

    Piazza Venezia

    1.23 mi from Julius Ceasar Pub
    86 reviews

    Molto ariosa, soleggiata, mondana e trafficata. Certo un po' dispiace per gli sventramenti ottocenteschi, ma il risultato finale è buono. Uno dei punti elementari da vedere a Roma. Questa famosa piazza sorge alla base del Campidoglio ed ospita il monumentale "Altare Della Patria". Il gigantesco edificio che la domina è costruito interamente in marmo, nel quale spiccano diverse statue in ...

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