Piazza di San Egidio
The Museum of Rome is located in what was once the Monastery of Sant'Egidio.In 1976,became a museum of Roman folklore and poetry, displaying material on the Roman people and their traditions.
“It was built in 1498 by Pope Alexander VI. From Porta Settimiana, Via Santa Dorotea leads to Piazza Trilussa, a popular evening hang-out, and Ponte Sisto, which connects with the centro storico. ”
“Beautiful Villa from the XV century that houses the Galleria Nazionale di Palazzo Corsini, a museum of ancient art, the Botanical Graden of Rome and the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei”
“Try the pork chop stuffed with the mortadella and mozzarella. It’s official…..everything is good here! ”
“A great selection of craft brews from all over the place, and a friendly and accommodating staff. It can get pretty college-y on weekend nights, but during the afternoon and evening it's a chill...”