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Trattoria Cacio e Pepe

Via Giuseppe Avezzana 11, 00195 Roma, Italia
4.5
8 reviews

The name says it all. Come to trattoria cacio e pepe to try the eponymous pasta, spaghetti covered in cheese and black pepper, an example of the simple genius of traditional Roman food.

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  • 1
    0.88 mi

    Vatican Museums

    0.88 mi from Trattoria Cacio e Pepe
    4.5
    118 reviews

    I'd highly recommend taking the time to go. The amount of artwork and history here is astounding and incredible. The Sistine Chapel especially is one of the most amazing things I've ever seen.

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  • 2
    0.85 mi

    Castel Sant'Angelo

    0.85 mi from Trattoria Cacio e Pepe
    4.5
    85 reviews

    Come here for the view. You can climb to the top of this circular structure and get a fantastic view of the city. It's also fun to wander around the nooks and crannies of this ancient castle - they have done little to "fix it up" (at least it looks that way), which makes it all the more authentic.

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  • 3
    0.6 mi

    Piazza del Popolo

    0.6 mi from Trattoria Cacio e Pepe
    4
    83 reviews

    Piazza del Popolo is a large urban whose name in modern Italian literally means "People's Square", but historically it derives from the poplar trees after which the church of Santa Maria del Popolo, in the northeast corner of the piazza, takes its name. The piazza lies inside the northern gate in the Aurelian Walls, now called the Porta del Popolo.

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  • 4
    0.99 mi

    Villa Borghese

    0.99 mi from Trattoria Cacio e Pepe
    4.5
    70 reviews

    Nothing like wide open spaces to let your kids runs loose after museum hopping and walking around. Villa Borghese is a relaxing place to unwind after a long day out and about. Of course, Villa Borghese is more fun when the weather is nice. There is always something fun to see and do in this large park. Since children can ...

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  • 5
    0.93 mi

    Ponte Sant'Angelo

    0.93 mi from Trattoria Cacio e Pepe
    4
    50 reviews

    Great place for a leisurely, romantic walk and a picturesque setting. Plenty of proposals here, but also great views of the city and Vatican city for those with less grand plans.

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  • 6
    0.99 mi

    Via dei Condotti

    0.99 mi from Trattoria Cacio e Pepe
    4.5
    27 reviews

    Rome's Madison Avenue, Via dei Condotti unfolds from the Spanish Steps in a long straight ribbon lined with Bulgari, Prada and many other shiny, expensive designer stores. Check out the Antico Caffe Greco near the top of the street. It's one of Rome's oldest coffee shops, and was frequented by Keats and Shelley in their expat days.

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  • 7
    0.91 mi

    Tiber River

    0.91 mi from Trattoria Cacio e Pepe
    4.5
    19 reviews

    Recently there's been complaints about the cleanliness of the Tiber around Rome, and probably for good reason as after winter, a lot of rubbish has flowed in... Yet, a walk along the Tiber is one of the highlights of visiting Rome, seeing th neighborhoods on either side, looking out towards the Vatican and at peters, the Ponte San Angelo and ...

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  • 8
    0.56 mi

    Santa Maria del Popolo

    0.56 mi from Trattoria Cacio e Pepe
    4.5
    10 reviews

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

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  • 9
    0.8 mi

    Ara Pacis

    0.8 mi from Trattoria Cacio e Pepe
    4.5
    9 reviews

    The very stark modern exterior of this building houses an ancient and elaborately carved altar to Peace. There former building housing the altar was built by Mussolini after the altar was reconstructed but the current one is designed by the American architect Meier. The new design has been the source of controversy. There's a fee for admission.

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  • 10
    0.92 mi

    National Museum of the 21st Century Arts

    0.92 mi from Trattoria Cacio e Pepe
    5
    8 reviews

    particularly well designed and easy to explore, this modern art museum has much to offer. maybe the location is not ideal.

  • 11
    0.72 mi

    Pincio

    0.72 mi from Trattoria Cacio e Pepe
    5
    7 reviews

    Beautiful park overlooking Piazza del Popolo, and a favorite for Romans in search of a good sunset or place to hang out and share a beer or a stroll.

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  • 12
    0.79 mi

    Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea

    0.79 mi from Trattoria Cacio e Pepe
    5
    4 reviews

    One of my favorite attractions in Rome. For just eight euros, you get a huge collection of modern art in a beautiful palazzo. The collection focuses on Italian art, though pieces from other famous artists from around the world (Monet, Miro, etc.) are included as well. I visited this museum on my last day in Rome and it was really ...

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  • 13
    0.69 mi

    Castroni

    0.69 mi from Trattoria Cacio e Pepe
    5
    3 reviews

    This is the kind of shop foodies dream about: An old establishment with specialty food items from around the world displayed from ceiling to floor and across every wall. Local chocolates and pasta, oriental teas, wine, meats and cheeses, etc. You can find it here. A friend of mine walked me in before disappearing into the cavern that is the ...

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  • 14
    0.9 mi

    MAXXI - National Museum of the 21st Century Arts

    0.9 mi from Trattoria Cacio e Pepe
    4.5
    3 reviews

    Starchitect Zaha Hadid's space took 10 years to build and cost $200 million. But the result is worth it: Italy's first national museum devoted to contemporary art (including both art and architecture), with a rotating exhibit of pieces by artists from Gerhard Richter to Francesco Clemente. Art aside, come to gawk at the space alone, which is all swoops, curves ...

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  • 15
    0.57 mi

    Lounge Bar at Hotel Locarno

    0.57 mi from Trattoria Cacio e Pepe
    4.5
    3 reviews

    No better way to begin a night out in Rome's city centre than a drink in the art deco surroundings of this bar, which has lately been attracting a smattering of the city's cognoscenti.

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  • 16
    0.46 mi

    Via Cola di Rienzo

    0.46 mi from Trattoria Cacio e Pepe
    4
    3 reviews

    A nice street in quartiere Prati where to go for not so expensive shopping. There are Mango, Subdued and other cheap shops, but also som others expensive with very beautiful pieces. It is always crowded.

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  • 17
    0.91 mi

    San Carlo al Corso

    0.91 mi from Trattoria Cacio e Pepe
    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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  • 18
    0.81 mi

    Mausoleo di Augusto

    0.81 mi from Trattoria Cacio e Pepe
    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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  • 19
    0.81 mi

    Makasar

    0.81 mi from Trattoria Cacio e Pepe
    4.5
    2 reviews

    It's difficult to categorize Makasar, except to simply say it's an awesome tea house, book shop and aperitivo joint. Yes, all three. The aperitivo comes with wine or a well-made cocktail, and runs around 7 euros. Very affordable given the casual elegance of the place. The service is incredibly friendly and prompt. The tea room/bookstore/bar additionally provides free wireless Internet. ...

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  • 20
    0.99 mi

    Cortile della Pigna

    0.99 mi from Trattoria Cacio e Pepe
    3.5
    2 reviews

    Once you have navigated the queue for tickets and made your way into the Vatican museum, the Pine cone courtyard is a good place to gather your breath and plan how to see the many treasures. It is also worth looking around to appreciate both old and modern art in the courtyard.

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