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Caffè Capitolino in Rome

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.

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Caffè Capitolino

#11 of 40 things to do in Rome
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.

Region: Rome, Italy

Location: Piazzale Caffarelli, 4

Open hours: from 9:30 am to 7:00 pm

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Drink a coffee at one of the best terraces in Rome in Rome
maxwell Drink a coffee at one of the best terraces in Rome#11 of 40 things to do in Rome

On the terrace of the Palazzo Caffarelli, you can take a cup of coffee and admire the views.

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