When the sky of Rome turns pink at sunset, here we are ready for a walk in the narrow streets of the historic center among ancient lights, religious shrines, and inviting windows shop.
I suggest you start from Piazza Chiesa Nuova, along Via dei Cappellari…
...to Piazza Campo de Fiori…
…and continue along Via dei Giubbonari.
Here you will find many shops and bakeries, many people walking in a delightful atmosphere, and ancient perfumes.
Waiting for the sunset, you can decide where to have a drink…
…maybe continuing to Piazza del Pantheon…
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Rome is the richest city in the world of Churches and places of worship.
You will not see them all, and anyway, the richer ones for art masterpieces and history, are the most popular!
A stone’s throw from the Pantheon, the Church of St. Ignazio di Loyola, is worth avisit.
The frescoes and the fake dome (to see).
And, once you enter, on the right welcomes you the plastic wood of the Temple of Christus Rex.
Around this huge Temple dedicated to Christus Rex, were placed several Temples of various ethnic and religious professions, symbolizing the mystical union of peoples throughout the world.
A work that is worth seeing!
And when you leave, stop and admire the opposite building: it looks like the wings of a theater, like a stage set by the buildings… fascinating!
Chiesa di Sant’Ignazio di Loyola
Campo Marzio, Roma
Here is another gourmet address .… for a lunch or a dinner to remember!
In the heart of the historical center a few steps from the Pantheon…
In a building of 15 century, a soft-hued restaurant , Art Deco furniture, it surprises you at the entrance, with an original door of the 14th century, completely recovered and restored.
The staff is friendly and the cuisine, to discover … as Paccheri (pasta) with and sausages of Cinta Senese and broccoli from Rome;), or The Creamy Praline Millefoglie with Lime!!;D
I wish you a Happy Sunday!
Piazza Campo Marzio, 6
INFO: +39 06 6830826