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Often overlooked by visitors, this early-20th-century experiment in urban development — all brightly coloured streets, secret green spaces and traditional trattorias — makes for a fascinating diversion from the centre
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In this series from FT Globetrotter, our film critic selects the best movies in which the city plays a starring role
Eight explorations of the many sides of the Italian capital, plus one extraordinary example of Cinecittà’s genius for conjuring up far-away, long-gone worlds
From intimate neighbourhood joints to one of Europe’s most splendid concert halls — via a boat and an old soap factory — here are just a few of the Eternal City’s excellent options for catching some tunes
It might not be the most bike-friendly of cities, but the Italian capital does have its fair share of gorgeous — and safe — routes
As the mercury rises, beat the capital’s heat and head for these cerulean waters, where the backdrop might be a medieval castle, a clifftop hamlet or an enchanted island
The powerhouse behind the Italian luxury brand’s jewellery collections shares her perfect day in the Eternal City, from morning cappuccino to sunset aperitivo, via Baroque churches and empty back streets
From Audrey Hepburn on the Spanish Steps to 007 on the banks of the Tiber, via Nanni Moretti on his Vespa, this scenic route has something for film buffs of all stripes
In this series from FT Globetrotter, leaders across a range of industries, from food to finance to fashion, share guides to their cities, with top spots to eat and drink, exercise, explore — and more
Relics of Augustus’s reign are scattered across the city but now, after a major restoration, visitors can see his last resting place
Brilliant breaks abound along the coast to the west of the Italian capital — for surfers of all levels
One-of-a-kind shops and ateliers offering bona fide Roman style, from the sleekly austere to the wildly flamboyant
The coolest, most classic way to experience the Eternal City is on two wheels.
From the church where Puccini’s Tosca was set to the best addresses for artichokes and carbonara, the managing director of FT Live reveals his ideal itinerary for 24h in the Italian capital
Ninety-six sculptures belonging to the Torlonia family are now on show at Villa Caffarelli in Rome
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Start with a coffee, finish with an Aperol Spritz — and enjoy tasty Italian fare along the way