Rome has many jewels hidden in every nook and cranny; one of them is right next to the famous Spanish Steps.
We’re talking about the Keats-Shelley House, the house where John Keats lived (and died) in Rome. Today the small apartment has an area dedicated to a rich library of manuscripts of the Romantic poet and his friend Percy Bysshe Shelley. Inside the small museum, you will also find a collection of objects belonging to other famous writers such as Lord Byron, Mary Shelley, Oscar Wilde, Walt Whitman and Jorge Luis Borges.
The house is open to the public from Monday to Saturday; in case of local festivities, one should check opening time here.Keats and Shelley Memorial House