As they go about their business, Romans are possessively proud of their historic city which has an unforgettable majesty, rich with the relics of 2,000 years of history. It retains many buildings and monuments from the Republic and Empire, some in amazingly good order, such as the Pantheon and the Colosseum. Rome is also a great treasure house of Baroque architecture containing masterworks by Bernini, Borromini and da Cortona. The sheer volume of art, sculpture and architecture on display is extraordinary, as is the array of restaurants. Our Kirker Guide Notes will help you find some of the best and most atmospheric ones, many of which are off the beaten tourist track.

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