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Upside is, it's right behind piazza I'd popolo...
Downside, it's too expensive...
A bottle of beer 5 euro and a slim can of Coca-Cola 3,50.
Anyway, it has free wifi, so you can look for addresses or communicate.
Loved this little bar which we visited quite frequently whilst we stayed in Rome before and after our cruise. It was situated just around the corner from our hotel. The young girl behind the bar was lovely and she certainly knew how to make a...More
Looking for a coffee near Piazza Del Popolo and not wanting to spend a fortune for it, we found this little place. It's nothing special, but you get cappuccino & fresh cookie for 3€ - 50m away, you'd need 6.50€ just for the coffee. That's...More
Date of experience: January 2015
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