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La Taverna del Ghetto

Via Portico d'Ottavia 8, 00186 Rome, Italy
4
6 reviews

Roman Jewish food is practically its own delicious cuisine. Try the pork-free carbonara with bresaola, carciofi alla giuda, and many more dishes typical of the city's historic Jewish population.

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    0.24 mi

    Piazza del Campidoglio

    0.24 mi from La Taverna del Ghetto
    4.5
    30 reviews

    Perfectly proportioned square next to the Capitoline museum. Pretty dramatic if you are here at night.

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  • 2
    0.06 mi

    Jewish Ghetto

    0.06 mi from La Taverna del Ghetto
    4.5
    15 reviews

    The Ghetto: ancient Jewish Quarter. Great attraction. Many specialized restaurants.

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  • 3
    0.21 mi

    Torre Argentina Ruins and Cat Sanctuary

    0.21 mi from La Taverna del Ghetto
    4.5
    11 reviews

    Out of everything I could do in Rome, this was perhaps my favorite thing. I .had never heard or read about a cat sanctuary in the middle of the city, but I was missing my own cats after a long trip. These cats aren't the sort to cuddle in your lap, though. And, while admiring the kitties, I almost forget ...

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  • 4
    0.09 mi

    Tiberina Island

    0.09 mi from La Taverna del Ghetto
    4.5
    10 reviews

    Rome's little island in the middle of the Tiber is a great place to sit and relax. A little gelato shop makes for nice summer afternoons. The Church of San Bartolomeo is also a worthy visit.

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  • 5
    0.23 mi

    Chiesa del Gesù

    0.23 mi from La Taverna del Ghetto
    5
    7 reviews

    Gesu was the first Jesuit church to be built in Rome. The illusionistic and rich decoration in the Nave and dome along with the gilded lapis lazuli columns in the chapel of Saint Ignatius, the founder of the Jesuit order are examples of the use of Counter Reformation Baroque architecture and design that has been imitated throughout the Catholic world

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  • 6
    0.1 mi

    Theatre of Marcellus

    0.1 mi from La Taverna del Ghetto
    4
    8 reviews

    The Theatre of Marcellus is an ancient open-air theatre, built in the closing years of the Roman Republic. It was named after Marcus Marcellus, Emperor Augustus's nephew, who died five years before its completion. Today the upper portion is divided into apartments, and its surroundings are used as a venue for small summer concerts.

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  • 7
    0.18 mi

    Open Baladin

    0.18 mi from La Taverna del Ghetto
    5
    5 reviews

    It's a bit sad that my best meal in Rome thus far is a burger and beer. But let me tell you, Open Baladin is legit. I've tried a lot of burgers around the world and the Capri Burger here is one of the best I've had. The meat is juicy, the bread (made by Bonci of Pizzarium) is soft ...

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    0.06 mi

    Fontana delle Tartarughe

    0.06 mi from La Taverna del Ghetto
    4.5
    4 reviews

    One of the great things about Rome is walking in an area with traditional narrow streets which never seem to go far without bending, then suddenly you come across a fantastic fountain. The Fontana delle Tartarughe or Fountain of the Tortoises is one of the many fountains bringing potable water to Romans. It was originally designed without any tortoises, the ...

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  • 9
    0.21 mi

    Area Sacra

    0.21 mi from La Taverna del Ghetto
    4
    4 reviews

    The Area Sacra dell' Argentina was inadvertently unearthed in 1926, during an excavation project ordered by Benito Mussolini. It is one of the best sites to see the remains of Roman architecture from the Republican era. The site sits below street level, and today there's an animal sanctuary at the site, and it's now home to an estimated several hundred ...

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  • 10
    0.16 mi

    Largo di Torre Argentina

    0.16 mi from La Taverna del Ghetto
    4.5
    2 reviews

    The Largo di Torre Argentina is a square of ruins in the middle of Rome. It's home to a colony of feral cats, all legally protected by local law. Through donations, volunteers take care of the cats, including spaying or neutering them.

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  • 11
    0.07 mi

    Piazza delle Cinque Scole

    0.07 mi from La Taverna del Ghetto
    4.5
    2 reviews

    The Piazza delle Cinque Scole is a pleasant square with kosher restaurants (even pizze with Jewish names!), bakeries and artistic boutiques. There's a strong Jewish community here, which is quite cool, as well as the fact that it's a free Wi-Fi zone.

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  • 12
    0.09 mi

    The New Synagogue

    0.09 mi from La Taverna del Ghetto
    4.5
    2 reviews

    Beautiful Roman style synagogue. Looks just as old as the rest of historic Rome and just as impressive. I do not know if you can go inside though.

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    0.14 mi

    Vinando

    0.14 mi from La Taverna del Ghetto
    5
    1 review

    A little place in the middle of a really small piazza with a really good pizza and some other great dishes. The wine is great and the atmosphere is amazing.

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  • 14
    0.2 mi

    Spazio Sette

    0.2 mi from La Taverna del Ghetto
    4
    1 review

    This is a huge shop, very close to Piazza Argentina where you can find beautiful furniture complements, such as dishes, glasses, vases, but also nice presents, including also little toys, paper cards, lamps. There is a wide choice of tools for cooking.

  • 15
    0.25 mi

    Chiesa di Santa Barbara dei Librai

    0.25 mi from La Taverna del Ghetto
    4
    1 review

    Lovely little church in the Centro Storico located at the end of a small street near the Campo de' Fiori. Surrounded by restaurants, the church really adds to the romance of the scenery. Like many religious buildings in Rome, the interior is gorgeous, filled with ornate decorations and oil paintings. Definitely stop in for a look as, given its prime ...

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  • 16
    0.18 mi

    San Nicola in Carcere

    0.18 mi from La Taverna del Ghetto
    3
    1 review

    San Nicola in Carcere (St Nicholas in Prison) is a titular church in Rome near the Forum Boarium and Theatre of Marcellus.

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  • 17
    0.77 mi

    Colosseum

    0.77 mi from La Taverna del Ghetto
    4.5
    507 reviews

    The line to get in is a bit long, but it's definitely worth it! Seeing it from the outside is great, but I would recommend going inside too.

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  • 18
    0.63 mi

    Trevi Fountain

    0.63 mi from La Taverna del Ghetto
    4.5
    398 reviews

    The Trevi is fed by the Aqua Vergine, which has been bringing water from the eighth mile of the via Collatina (to the east of Rome) since 19 BC. DON'T make like Anita Ekberg and climb in! ;-)

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  • 19
    0.4 mi

    Pantheon

    0.4 mi from La Taverna del Ghetto
    4.5
    235 reviews

    A visit to the Pantheon requires you go inside to appreciate this amazing achievement of ancient Rome. The dome's circumference is still the largest in Rome and the occulus has to be marvelled at. Sometimes the crowds are huge but squeezing inside is worth the effort.

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  • 20
    0.46 mi

    Piazza Navona

    0.46 mi from La Taverna del Ghetto
    4.5
    189 reviews

    Less than 15 minutes walk from the apartment, in the middle of nightlife, you will walk by it many times!

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