Photographer Peter Tamlin
Fashion Editor Rachel Wirkus
Text by Marie-Ève Venne

This is the place where you stop for a nice cup of tea when you want to impress the people you are travelling with or simply indulge a little. The Antico Caffè Greco transports you to another time where you can’t help but think about all the famous writers who used to come there like Lord Byron and Keats.

There are five star hotels – and then, there’s the posh experience you get when you stay at the Baglioni Hotel on Vittorio Avenue. From the first moment you walk through the lobby, you’re transported to a classic Italian film starring Marcello Mastroianni. The rooms are stunning and spacious, even more so if you can book a suite with a balcony to enjoy your morning coffee overlooking the city below.

Via dei Neri 32/R Witness a different take on Italian coffee culture, while seizing the occasion to enjoy a perfectly made caffe lungo. The coffee beans they use are organic, roasted and brewed in-house, which might explain why they take their craft so seriously. We strongly suggest you go to Ditta Artigianale over the weekend to enjoy their popular brunch.

Photographer Peter Tamlin 
Fashion Editor Rachel Wirkus at The Wall Group
Assistant Fashion Editor Mia Torti
Model Niamh Adkins at The Lions NY 
Makeup Robert Sesnek at The Wall Group 
Hair Jinn
Shot at Urban Myth Studios
urbanmythstudio.com

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