Prices are high but worth it for the decor and history.Opened for over 300 years it is still there.I had a Spritz and it came with a small plate of antipasto,olives and nuts....all excellent.Thank... See full review on TripAdvisor
It's very worthy to break with a cup of coffee and tiramisu savoring its atmosphere even though too crowded there if you are in Rome.
The tiramisu is still the best I've ever had!
I'm sure I'll be... See full review on TripAdvisor
When we read that the oldest bar in Rome was near by we decided to go along and give it a go.
Caffe Greco's interior and layout are pretty amazing but the same can't be said for the selection of... See full review on TripAdvisor
If you visit Sacher cafe at Vienna, Cafe Central at Budapest and Caffe Greco at Rome, you will cover the triangle of old (very elderly) coffee shops in Europe. It works on the circumstance that you... See full review on TripAdvisor
An italian friend of us recommended this Caffé as his favourite when he visits Rome with his wife.
Already when entering you feel the history and the stories this place must have seen in its past... See full review on TripAdvisor
My 8 euro cappuccino was served lukewarm and my 10 euro slice of cake didn't taste worth the price. Also extremely crowded and noisy with excruciatingly slow service, not to mention the lines at the... See full review on TripAdvisor