Tram Depot in Rome

A tram carriage converted into a bar makes for an unusual but popular meeting place in the area of Rome where Aventino converges with Testaccio. 

Seating is strictly out-doors, with mismatched tables and chairs and even a swing-seat, tucked away under exotic plants, and illuminated with candles by night.

Tram Depot brings a quirky splash of colour to an area otherwise noted for its busy traffic junction and drab post office. (12)

The venue is frequented mainly by Rome residents but also tourists who stumble upon it after visiting the nearby Non-Catholic Cemetery or the Pyramid.

Tram Depot serves great coffee, cornetti, sandwiches, smoothies, grattachecca in the summer months, craft beer and cocktails. Open 08.00-02.00, from spring to autumn. No toilet facilities.

General Info

Address Tram Depot, Via Marmorata, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy

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Tram Depot in Rome

Tram Depot, Via Marmorata, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy

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