Description: After a visit to the Vatican you can start right behind and grab a bite of the famous Bonci Pizza. It is in the classic Roman "Al Taglio" form, perfect to grab a few slices of different flavors. While you can have a traditional just marinara or margherita, Bonci also offers different interesting flavors daily. Praised by many famous food critics, Bonci has also made his way over to New York.
Here you won't find a place to sit usually so go ahead and grab a bench or take it to go and start in the direction of the next point (by foot, or transport!)
Description: Here you can just have a look from the outside or go ahead and explore the Castle. It was once a mausoleum to Hadrian and his family. With the many sacks of Rome, the contents of the original tombs have been lost. However through the changing hands of history, it eventually became the property of the church, it was then various apartments to members of the Vatican, as well as a military fort. Incredible historic architecture from the outside, if you make it to the top you will have a beautiful view of the whole city, especially of Saint Peters.
It is named after the Archangel, due to a legend that said Michael appeared with his sword, struck down and ended a Plague that had tormented Rome in the late 500's. Here is also where the famous third act scene of Tosca takes place.
Description: While walking to the next stop it is worth a little look around Piazza Cavour and the Palazzo della Giustizia found in the piazza. The Palazzo was finished in 1910 and the general public is not allowed inside, as it is the Capitals highest courts. You can however admire the outside architecture and the statues of 6 famous Italian Jurists, including Cicero.
Description: What better way to finish a little tour of Roma than with a gelato? The area has no lack of fantastic gelaterias but I have to say Neve di Latte is one of my favorites. (If you want to go a little further try dei Gracchi!