The Telegraph: Mid-range: Around the corner from the colourful piazza of the same name, the Hotel Campo de’ Fiori is full of antique warmth and character. Doubles from £105. Read a full review http://bit.ly/W3T5lL.
The Telegraph: On a budget: The Raffaello has excellent family rooms, generous breakfasts and easy access to the Termini railway station and the Colosseum. Doubles from £79. Read a full review http://bit.ly/UNOCm1
The Telegraph: Enoteca Provincia Romana (0039 06 6766 24242; closed Sun; wine from £2.50 a glass) is a bright contemporary wine bar and restaurant dedicated to the wines and produce of the countryside around Rome.
The Telegraph: The Basilica of San Clemente is a triple-decker affair with a Mithraic temple at its lowest level and the deliciously ghoulish human bone decorations of the Capuchin Crypt on Via Veneto.
Trattoria/Osteria · Trastevere · 26 tips and reviews
The Telegraph: Dine at one of Rome’s new breed of creative trattorias in Trastevere. La Gensola (0039 06 581 6312; osterialagensola.it) offers a mix of tasty Roman specialities and Sicilian-style seafood dishes.
The Telegraph: Less daunting but equally rewarding, Galleria Doria Pamphilj (0039 06 679 7323; open daily 9am-7pm; dopart.it) houses more Caravaggios as well as works by Breughels, Titian, Raphael and Velasquez.