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"As long as the Colosseum, there will Rome when the Colosseum falls, Rome will also fall, but when Rome falls, the world will fall"

Where to eat in Rome: Restaurants, pizza, pub and coffee bar in Rome
Antico Caffe GrecoVia Condotti, 86 - Tel. +39066791700

The Greek and Caffe 'the most' old coffee in Rome, in Italy, only the Florian in Venice is oldest.
The restaurant's name comes from the fact that Nicola Maddalena, the coffee which he founded in 1760, was greek.
The cafeteria is also famous for the important people who have attended over the years as Massimo D'Azeglio,   Buffal Bill, Giacomo Casanova, Stendhal, that passage 'the threshold from the Caffe' Greek in order to seek his double.


Tazza d'Oro La casa del caffeVia degli Orfani, 84 (Pantheon) - Tel. +39066798131

It is a historical place, and it's attended without distinction to all sections of society, by politicians as the most important actor of success, the simple craftsman, the woman manager at home; dall'ecclesiastico students, approaching the counter is hear speeches in all languages ??at the same time is easy to meet some friends. Try the well known iced coffee 'with cream.


Sant'Eustachio Il CaffèPiazza Sant'Eustachio, 82 - Tel. +390668802048

One of the Cafe most good of Rome and known all over the world, Caffe' Sant'Eustacchio is an ancient wood roasting born in the Thirties (1938), which is located in the heart of of Rome, a stone's throw from Piazza Navona and the Pantheon. Must try the delicious Grancaffe'


Babingtons - Tea RoomPiazza di spagna, 23 - Tel.: +39066786027

Charming tea room in the center of Piazza di Spagna, between the Trinità dei Monti steps and the Barcaccia Fountain. Founded way back in 1893 by Isabel Cargill and Anna Maria Babington (from whom it took its name), it is part of the Historic Places of Italy.
Open every day from 10.00 to 21.00, except Tuesdays


Besides the Colosseum S.r.l.
P. IVA: 14810651001
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