Sciascia Caffè

Sciascia is an old and authentic Caffè in the middle of Prati, a kind of quiet neighborhood especially known for its expensive flats, the many offices that fill it, the closeness to the Vatican City and its increasing number of cool restaurants, wine bars and pubs. But Sciascia has been here since the construction of Prati. The finest selection of coffees, pastries and chocolates, also to buy and take home. Famous for their chocolate-coffee, a coffee …

Dom Hotel, Via Giulia

We’ve heard good things about this 5 star luxury hotel set in a 17th Century aristocratic palace along the Via Giulia, in the heart of Renaissance Rome. With only 18 rooms including some large suites, this is a boutique hotel that Rome has been asking for. Design is key, and service is a close second.

Antica Libreria Cascianelli

In the 19th century or earlier this small shop near Piazza Navona sold clothing and textiles to the clergy, but since the 1950s it has sold books, prints and antiquities of various eras. Managed creatively by Valentina La Rocca and colleagues, it is save to say this is one of the most magically beautiful historic shops in the city.