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Near the Victor Emmanuel II monument on Capitol Hill you will find Caffè Capitolino, where travelers come in search of the best views of the city.
A short distance from the Capitol, on the second floor of a building belonging to the Capitoline Museum, you can find Caffè Capitolino.
Here you can sit on the terrace and enjoy views of the city, taking a cup of coffee and a tasty Caesar-sandwich.
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Caffè Capitolino on the mapLocation: Piazzale Caffarelli, 4
from 9:30 am to 7:00 pm
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Aventine Hill is one of the seven Rome hills, the observation deck with the beautiful panorama and the perfect place for the evening walk.39
Altar of the Fatherland
It is a majestic monument in the heart of Rome, it occupies a site between the Piazza Venezia and the Capitoline Hill. You will find a magnificent view of the city on the top of it.40
Piazza di Pasquino
The small square is best known for the talking statue, standing here: in 16th century the critical epigrams were postied on the Pasquino statue.8
Campo de' Fiori
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Albergo del Senato Terrace Bar
Albergo del Senato Terrace Bar is located in the Rome historic center, opposite the ancient Roman Pantheon temple and offers its guests an unforgettable view.6
Piazza of Knights of Malta
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Villa Torlonia belonged to the Torlonia family. Mussolini rented it from the Torlonia to use as his state residence, and now visitors can see his house and a bunker.8
On the Aventine hill near the Orange garden the Rose garden is located. Here you will see many different types of these flowers.6
Former stadium at Julius Caesar's time, now, this rectangular area, with its palaces, churches and fountains is a favorite vacation spot of locals.8
La Terrazza del Cesari Restaurant
The cocktail bar on the terrace of the Cesari Hotel offers to spend an excellent evening in a comfy place with a view on the majestic Pantheon.5