Contemporary Rome’s best bars, restaurants and culture are found in the southern neighbourhoods of Testaccio and Garbatella, a world away from the city-centre gladiators in plastic armour
Rome’s Maam gallery exhibits artists from all over the world, who often incorporate the site’s previous use as a slaughterhouse into their work, or are inspired by the lives of its residents
The Church of St Ignatius of Loyola is an oasis of calm in Rome’s tourist central showcasing wonderful trompe-l’oeil frescoes
Eating near the Eternal City’s famous landmarks needn’t mean tourist menus and pricey pizza. These handy trattorias and wine bars will still leave some change for the Trevi fountain
When it comes to living a long life, Italy is the place to be.
The Eternal City may be stuffed with classical treasures, but it also has plenty to intrigue kids – who will love the ready availability of pizza and ice-cream
Rome’s sights, style and food inspire people. Here are some special places, from an authentic gelateria to a locals’ cookery class
Fashion is funding the restoration of Rome’s historic monuments. But cui bono?
Renowned travel photographer Steve McCurry’s latest book features this image taken in Rome in 1984. The book, On Reading, celebrates the absorbing power of the written word
Charge allows visitors to see the Bocca della Verità and take one picture with their fingers placed in its mouth