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La Matricianella

Via del Leone 4
4
2 reviews

Exceptionally good bucatini alla'amatriciana. This is their specialty and is the thing to get. Atmosphere is good but service a little rough. If the weather is nice, sit outside.

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  • 1
    0.18 mi

    Via dei Condotti

    0.18 mi from La Matricianella
    4.5
    27 reviews

    Even if you don't buy its great to walk along this fashionable streets where you find famous brands such as Louis Vuitton, Prada and Ferragamo. Watch out though for the real shop of Gucci because the first shop of the left right after the Spanish Steps is spelled CUCCI which some first timers mistake for the real one.

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    0.1 mi

    Via del Corso

    0.1 mi from La Matricianella
    4.5
    17 reviews

    When I lived in Rome, I had an apartment by the Colosseum so Via del Corso was an easy walk away. I would come here whenever I needed clothes or souvenirs. Naturally, they had a bunch of Italian and European stores that I'd never heard of, but from what I can recall, they were relatively affordable (especially in comparison to ...

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    0.17 mi

    Ara Pacis

    0.17 mi from La Matricianella
    4.5
    10 reviews

    Ara Pacis: the story of Ancient Rome!

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  • 4
    0.25 mi

    Column of Marcus Aurelius

    0.25 mi from La Matricianella
    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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  • 5
    0.24 mi

    Piazza Colonna

    0.24 mi from La Matricianella
    4
    3 reviews

    Piazza Colonna is a nice square, albeit not as memorable, with a grand column and a fountain. The column is the highlight here, with details etched from near the base up to the top. It's quite grand, and it's no surprise that the square was named after it.

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    0.12 mi

    San Carlo al Corso

    0.12 mi from La Matricianella
    3.5
    3 reviews

    Sant'Ambrogio e Carlo al Corso (usually known simply as San Carlo al Corso) is a basilica church in Rome, facing onto the central part of the Via del Corso.

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    0.16 mi

    Mausoleo di Augusto

    0.16 mi from La Matricianella
    4.5
    2 reviews

    It amazes me that more people don't visit this monument. It is a little out of the way but before the sackings of the 5th Century, it housed the ashes of most of the Julio-Claudian dynasty.

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    0.25 mi

    Galleria Alberto Sordi

    0.25 mi from La Matricianella
    5
    1 review
  • 9
    0.06 mi

    Piazza di San Lorenzo in Lucina

    0.06 mi from La Matricianella
    5
    1 review

    I really adore this piazza.it is more or less rectangular, with the possibility of sitting out at a bar table. There's the omonimous church on one side, and beautiful uxury shops.

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    0.24 mi

    Rene' Caovilla Spa

    0.24 mi from La Matricianella
    5
    1 review

    This shop is pure luxury. Maybe the shoes luxury shop in Rome for excellence. You won't find shoes but jewels, very finely decorated and absolutely fantastic. Obvoiously these pieces of art are also very expensive.

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    0.24 mi

    c.u.c.i.n.a.

    0.24 mi from La Matricianella
    5
    1 review

    A very nice shop with tools for thekitchen- cucina stands for kitchen in Italian. You could find here very classic pieces but also strange objects, as for example 'woma shape' tea spoons. Colours are very neutral, usualy black, beige, white. Have a look, you will fall in love with this place.

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    0.2 mi

    Armando Rioda

    0.2 mi from La Matricianella
    5
    1 review

    Whenever I need something leather, I head here. You'd never know it from the outside, but this workshop—located near the Spanish Steps on the second floor of a residential palazzo (you need to buzz to get in)—boasts some of Rome's top leather-makers. (The studio has been handcrafting leather since 1949). I've had both a wallet and a passport holder made ...

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    0.08 mi

    San Lorenzo

    0.08 mi from La Matricianella
    5
    1 review

    San Lorenzo is Rome's student neighborhood...you'll find fun bars, impeccable Italian hippie style, and a general relaxed atmosphere.

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  • 14
    0.13 mi

    La Soffitta Sotto i Portici

    0.13 mi from La Matricianella
    5
    1 review

    Antique market next to the mausoleum of Emporer Augustus open on the first and third Sunday of each month. Plenty of character, if not the occasional prize find.

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    0.07 mi

    Ferrari Store

    0.07 mi from La Matricianella
    4
    1 review
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    0.15 mi

    San Rocco

    0.15 mi from La Matricianella
    3
    1 review

    San Rocco is a church dedicated to Saint Roch. It is next to the Mausoleum of Augustus, and across from Ara Pacis

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  • 17
    0.23 mi

    San Silvestro in Capite

    0.23 mi from La Matricianella
    3
    1 review
  • 18
    0.25 mi

    Fontana di Piazza Colonna

    0.25 mi from La Matricianella
    3
    1 review

    The Fontana di Piazza Colonna is probably one of the least memorable fountains I've seen. I say this because I was there and have photos of it, yet I remember virtually nothing about it. By normal fountain standards, it's elegant and beautiful. By Roman standards, it's just average.

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    0.36 mi

    Trevi Fountain

    0.36 mi from La Matricianella
    4.5
    398 reviews

    It's extremely difficult to get close to Trevi Fountain because of all the people around, but if you are determined, you will do it. We took lots of pictures here.

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  • 20
    0.36 mi

    Pantheon

    0.36 mi from La Matricianella
    4.5
    235 reviews

    Hey, it's the Pantheon. You've seen this in every collage that exists of Rome, I'm sure. It should be noted that it is free and pretty cool, considering how old it is. It is also the building of which I won a bet on-- there ARE no straight lines used in the building of the Pantheon! The architects added slight ...

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