Maritozzo: one of Rome's sweetest traditions

The curious legend of Rome's much-loved maritozzo. The maritozzo is a classic sweet pastry, traditionally packed full of whipped cream, which has satisfied Romans for centuries. The dough-based bu...
Trastevere neighbourhood Food in Trastevere neighbourhood

Aperitivo in Rome: Freni e Frizioni

Freni e Frizioni is a popular venue for aperitivi in Rome. Located a few steps away from Piazza Trilussa in the Trastevere quarter, Freni e Frizioni was once a garage - its name means "Brakes and Clu...
Trastevere neighbourhood Drinks in Trastevere neighbourhood

Bar S. Calisto in Rome

Hanging out at Rome's Bar S. Calisto is invariably a colourful experience. The cheap prices at this down-at-heel bar, situated just off Trastevere's main piazza, attract an eclectic mix of students,...
Trastevere neighbourhood Drinks in Trastevere neighbourhood

Galleria Corsini: National Gallery of Ancient Art in Rome

Galleria Corsini contains masterpieces by Italian and foreign 17th-century masters.Galleria Corsini, which houses works from Italy's national collection of ancient art, is the only collection of paint...
Trastevere neighbourhood Museums in Trastevere neighbourhood

Rome's Botanic Gardens: Orto Botanico

Located in the middle of Trastevere, Rome's Botantic Garden, or Orto Botanico, was originally established in 1883 when the Corsini family donated its garden to the Italian government. Now run by th...
Trastevere neighbourhood Parks and gardens in Trastevere neighbourhood

Le Levain French bakery in Rome

Located in the heart of Rome's Trastevere neighbourhood, Le Levain is a bakery styled as a classic French pâtisserie and boulangerie.  In addition to serving authentic French-style crossaints and b...
Trastevere neighbourhood Bakeries in Trastevere neighbourhood

Porta Portese Sunday flea market in Rome

The best known Sunday street market in Rome goes from the old Porta Portese gate in Trastevere, along the Clivo Portuense and the Via Portuense to the Via I. Nievo and beyond. Open from 07.00 until...
Trastevere neighbourhood Flea markets in Trastevere neighbourhood

Secret Rome: Cloisters of S. Cosimato

Hidden cloisters provide a silent refuge in the heart of Trastevere.The Nuovo Regina Margherita hospital in Trastevere houses one of Rome's more unexpected treasures: the tenth-century monastery of S....
Trastevere neighbourhood Curiosities in Trastevere neighbourhood

Arts & Bites in Trastevere

I invite you to discover the picturesque Trastevere district. To enrich soul and vision we will visit ancient churches, adimire priceless art masterpieces and discover an underground surpise. To grati...
Trastevere neighbourhood Tours in Rome in Trastevere neighbourhood

Rome's Fontanone

The Fontana dell'Acqua Paola, better known as the Fontanone (literally "big fountain") is located on the summit of the Janiculum hill. The monumental fountain was built in 1612 to mark the end of the...
Trastevere neighbourhood

Alcazar Live

Alcazar Live in Trastevere has become a lively hub for cultural events including live music, theatre, art-house cinema, Sunday brunch, markets and exhibitions. Formerly the Alcazar Cinema, the newly-r...
Trastevere neighbourhood Night life in Trastevere neighbourhood

Learn how to make Carbonara pasta

A special evening to learn how to cook carbonara pasta with chef Barbara Agosti, in the coolest spot in Trastevere. At the counter of Eggs, you will discover all the secrets of the Carbonara's history...
Trastevere neighbourhood Tours in Rome in Trastevere neighbourhood

Popi Popi

Busy restaurant best known for its pizza and antipasti fritti, as well as typical Roman cuisine including pasta, fish and meat dishes. Located in the centre of Trastevere, this large informal venue...
Trastevere neighbourhood Restaurants in Trastevere neighbourhood

Jaipur Indian restaurant in Rome

Located in the Trastevere district, this restaurant serves all the Indian classics, with a good range of tandoori, curry, rice, shrimp, vegetable and meat dishes. It also has a vegetarian menu, In...
Trastevere neighbourhood Restaurants in Trastevere neighbourhood


As the name suggests, this innovative new opening specialises in a variety of egg-based dishes - from traditional to daring - taking as its starting point the Roman specialty carbonara and tiramisù....
Trastevere neighbourhood Restaurants in Trastevere neighbourhood

Banana Trash

This funky eatery fuses Brazilian cuisine with Japanese dishes resulting in an healthy but eclectic menu. Guests can enjoy temaki rolls, seaweed, octopus stew, Japanese omelettes, Brazilian beef, tuna...
Trastevere neighbourhood Restaurants in Trastevere neighbourhood

Big Star

This rock n'roll themed bar, located between Trastevere and the Gianicolo, takes its beer and music very seriously. In addition to a good range of beers on draft, the bar's musical tastes include s...
Trastevere neighbourhood Drinks in Trastevere neighbourhood

An Unforgettable Anniversary Celebration in Rome

Rome is a welcoming, international city that is famous for its art and architecture, its music and performance as well as its long, romantic strolls at dusk, candle-lit dinners. On 3 February 2020, Ro...
Trastevere neighbourhood Tourism in Trastevere neighbourhood

The Open Door Bookshop

The Open Door Bookshop is a small shop that specialises in buying and selling quality second-hand and antique books in English, Italian, French, German, and Spanish, but also carries some new books....
Trastevere neighbourhood Books in Trastevere neighbourhood

The Almost Corner Bookshop

The Almost Corner Bookshop has a wide selection of fiction works and also carries books on Roman history, art, archaeology, and many other subjects.
Trastevere neighbourhood Books in Trastevere neighbourhood


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