Begin from via Toledo. At the number 206, there is la Passione di Sofì to enjoy the cuoppo of your dreams. Panzarotto by panzarotto, zeppola by zeppola, fried fish after fried fish, walking trough this street it seems to you to go back in time again.
All at once, you discover that on the right there is Palazzo Barbaja, which name was inspirated by the theatrical entrepeneur Domenico Barbaja and today it is famous thanks to Gioacchino Rossini, that composed the Otello opera during a stay in this building.
Continue walking through via Toledo munching your lovely fried snack and look up to admire Palazzo Berio, famous thanks this historical figures:
- Giacomo Leopardi and Antonio Ranieri were hosts in 1833;
- the tailor Domenico Farjasse;
- the Hairdresser Monsieur Raison.
Keep going to Piazza Trieste e Trento and go straight to Piazza del Plebiscito to see:
- the Royal Palace;
- the Church of San Francesco di Paola.