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Things to do in Monti, Rome

Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Historic Site
“Amphitheatrum Flavium is the most famous and impressive monument of ancient Rome, as well as the largest amphitheater in the world. ”
  • 556 locals recommend
Historic Site
“The Roman Forum (Forum Romanum) and the Palatine Hill are located in the same archaeological area and count as one admission. The Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill are adjacent to each other and you can walk freely between the two. Both the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill have separate entrances. The entrance ticket also gives you entrance to the Colosseum next to both and is valid for two days covering all three attractions.”
  • 108 locals recommend
“Una tra le più belle chiese di Roma. One of the most beautiful churches in Rome.”
  • 135 locals recommend
“as soon as you put your head out of this metro stop you will find the Colosseum in front of his majesty.”
  • 73 locals recommend
“The bakery is mostly visited by italians living nearby and has many different dishes that recall italian tradition. For quick lunch or aperitivo this is the right place for you.”
  • 133 locals recommend
“Monti is an eclectic neighborhood in the city center, with bohemian and classic elements. In the south west part there are archaeological sites such as Trajan's Markets and Nero's Domus Aurea palace. Family-run trattorias, chic wine bars and original vintage boutiques overlook the squares and side streets.”
  • 129 locals recommend
“The hill was the seat of one of the villages from which Rome was built, and the memory of this sort of civil nobility was still alive in the Republican era, according to an inscription found at the Sette Sale, at the Baths of Trajan, which mentions the restoration of the sacellum compitale done at the expense of the inhabitants (de pecunia montanorum)]. In the Augustan subdivision of the city, Mons Oppius was included in Regio III, called Isis et Serapis from the great temple that stood on its south-eastern slopes, between today's Via Labicana and Via Merulana. Already home (in the direction of the Vicus Suburanus) of the Portico of Livia, the height was occupied in the Neronian era by the Domus aurea and by the subsequent Terme di Tito and Traiano. In the Christian era, the Titulus Eudoxiae (today's San Pietro in Vincoli) and the Titulus Equitii (now San Martino ai Monti) settled there. Today it belongs to the Monti district, of which it is the green lung, and is between Via Labicana, via degli Annibaldi, via Cavour, via Giovanni Lanza, via Merulana. The surrounding streets were intensely built between the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, while the archaeological emergencies (as far as they remained, at least from the plundering) were included in the vast Parco del Colle Oppio, which descends towards the Colosseum valley.”
  • 76 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Circo massimo Ancient Roman stadium for chariot races. Today a park where you can relax on the grass and imagine the sound of horses' hooves vibrating on the ground. It keeps the ancient form intact if viewed from a distance.”
  • 98 locals recommend
“The church of San Pietro in Vincoli (St. Peter in Chains) is named for the chains that held St. Peter when he was imprisoned in Rome and in Jerusalem. Best known for the statue of Michelangelo's Mosé”
  • 106 locals recommend
“Assolutamente una visita da non perdere, possibilità anche di visite notturne. A soli 15 min a piedi. Absolutely a visit not to be missed, possibility also of night visits. Only 15 minutes on foot.”
  • 94 locals recommend
Tourist Information Center
“The Imperial Fora (Fori Imperiali in Italian) are a series of monumental fora (public squares), constructed in Rome over a period of one and a half centuries, between 46 BC and 113 AD. The forums were the center of the Roman Republic and of the Roman Empire.”
  • 49 locals recommend
“Sixteenth-century villa that remembers the landscape of the largest park of Villa Pamphilj. Wonderful to rest while staying near the Colosseum and the Circus Maximus. With a little luck you might even know the very nice turtles that live there!”
  • 87 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Visiting the Colosseum in Rome is a “must see” for most first time visitors. The Colosseum (or Coliseum), Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill are all located in the same archaeological area of Rome adjacent to one another. The Colosseum, Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill all have separate ticket entrances but share the same admission ticket valid for two days valid for all three sites. You can walk freely between the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill once and enter the Colosseum once during the 2 day validity of the standard admission ticket. The emperors of Rome built in 80 A.D. this large amphitheatre for gladiatorial shows and hunts of wild animals which became the symbol of the Eternal City. The shows were free of charge and the seats were assigned according to the class of spectators. The Colosseum was built primarily to entertain the masses in brutal and barbaric games. Gladiators were slaves, often captured in war, that were trained in special schools to fight each other to the death. The gladiatorial games were over by the year 438 A.D. while the shows with hunts of wild beasts continued until 523.”
  • 60 locals recommend
Historic Site
“The Colosseum is more impressive than any football stadium you've ever seen, AND it's 2000 years old. ”
  • 41 locals recommend
“A great little cathedral to visit.The only place in Rome to hear the underground river that flows beneath the city.”
  • 103 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
“A popular and very busy restaurant, reservations is recommended. Excellent food. ”
  • 83 locals recommend

Top restaurants

Italian Restaurant
“A popular and very busy restaurant, reservations is recommended. Excellent food. ”
  • 83 locals recommend
“The best typical quality restaurants of Rome opened a stand in this food market where you can find fantastic food for all pockets”
  • 74 locals recommend
Wine Bar
“Cult and popular wine bar. Food is average. Wine is good, but as it’s constantly packed with people, you have to wait for a table or for your order to arrive… Nonetheless a typical loudy roman bar, to discover! Prices: 5,00/15,00€”
  • 57 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
“Traditional value-for-money Trattoria. Excellent handmade pasta, meat and fish. 35/40 Euros for a full menu (two courses, drink and dessert) Prices: 25,00/50,00€ ”
  • 66 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
“As the name infers, this place really does have one of the best Carbonara's in the city! Very good regional wine list too.”
  • 29 locals recommend
“A slice of the old Rome of decades ago, as it used to be before tourism - moderate prices, family-friendly, good Roman cooking and great pizzas, popular with both locals and tourists,(try the "Coda alla Vaccinara" or Roman-style Oxtail!) the Host Luciano and the staff are very Roman and theatrical, making for a party-like atmosphere and with no kitchen closing between lunch and dinner, you can eat at any time - closed Wednesdays. Covered tent lets you eat outdoors in all seasons and weather or indoors according to preference. ”
  • 36 locals recommend
“After visiting Colosseum you need a rest! Best food in a quite side street facing the Divo Claudio Temple ruins!”
  • 30 locals recommend
Cocktail Bar
“I’m a Monti boy, a monticiano. I’ve been working in the neighborhood for many years. Now I live there too. My landmark are these: Urbana pasta, small, cheap street fooder of my friend Arturo. You eat well and pay even better. Urbana 47 is another must. From breakfast to after dinner. Trieste Pizza is the favorite place of my son Claudio, six years old. Barzilai is a tiny bistrot where you can eat and drink well. La Taverna dei Fori Imperiali: excellent. Cuoco e camicia is another place where you can eat very well. The others can be found below.”
  • 34 locals recommend

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