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Located on the top floor, the restaurant offers gourmet cuisine from the famous chef and incomparable views of Rome.
To have an unforgettable dinner, visit La Terrazza Restaurant - the pearl of the Capo d'Africa Hotel. The restaurant offers a creative and innovative seasonal menu of Mediterranean dishes prepared from fresh ingredients with creative talent and accompanied by a renowned wine list.
You can relax here drinking some wine and looking at the Colosseum
and the city panorama.
The cost for the first dishes is from €12-18, the second dishes from €16-26, and the dessert will cost €10.
La Terrazza Restaurant on the mapLocation: via Capo d'Africa, 54.
from 7:00 pm till last visitor.
More places to visit in Rome
It is difficult to resist the temptation and not to try all the desserts, because each dessert is prepared according to an ancient recipe.3
Giovanni Fassi's gelateria
The Giovanni Fassi's gelateria exists since 1880 and is considered one of the oldest not only in Rome but throughout Italy.24
On the territory of the Roman Villa Borghese landscape park you can see the unusual water clocks.4
The most horrifying place in Rome - Crypt - keeps thousands of Capuchin's bones and only people of iron nerves feel free to go down to this place.5
One of the most important roads in the Ancient Rome, and the interesting place to visit, known for it's catacombs and tombs, located along it.40
This palace is famous as "Monster House", because the doors and windows of the building is framed by demons images that seem so bloodthirsty.3
The real Rome is here: on the small street of Trastevere, where the music, the party and the rest never stop.20
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.29
Column of Marcus Aurelius
This column, placed on Piazza Colonna, is the monument built in honor of Marcus Aurelius and his victory in marcomannic wars.4
It is the largest and most famous fountain in Rome, here were filmed scenes from many cult films, and many travelers throw coins in it to go back again to the Eternal City.49
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.7