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  • Antica Osteria Rugantino

    Eating outside has always been expensive, and when you want to do that in Rome it's even more expensive. But this is not the only problem: the problem is finding a place that actually serves good food. Yes, Rome is the Italian capital, but I can ensure you that it...

    0 by Cristian, in Where to eat Rome, 3 years ago
  • Caffarella Park

    Caffarella Park is a dream, a unique park of its type: it is a piece of the countryside in the heat of the Eternal City. Streams, meadows, waterfalls, cycle paths, picnic tables and finally a farm where it is possible to buy cheese and local produce. Going down...

    0 by Francesca, in What to see Rome, 3 years ago
  • Bar dei Brutti

    Hello my friend, are you the new blood in the city of coffee and spaghetti? Yes, I know, its very exhausting trying to explore Rome, the biggest museum in Europe, but I, also, know that you don't want to go home, not because you don't love your bed, but the magic of the...

    0 by Odys, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Rome, 3 years ago
  • Lilli

    Located in the heart and soul of Rome, Lilli is one of the best roman trattorias that exist. A trattoria is a classic roman restaurant that is very easy and casual, who doesn’t pay much attention to the décor. Instead all their attention goes to their cooking and the...

    0 by Lucrezia, in Where to eat Rome, 3 years ago
  • Il desiderio preso per la coda

    Il Desiderio Preso per la Coda is a hidden restaurant located in Rome’s old town centre amongst the little alleys. The hidden aspect really makes of this place an undiscovered treasure, unknown by many. However, the idea of the restaurant arose in 1986, where the...

    0 by Lucrezia, in Where to eat Rome, 3 years ago
  • Mondo Arancina

    Where is it found? In the event that you find yourself walking down the street towards Viale Angelico or, even better, Piazzale Clodio, and you have the need to refresh your taste buds with a new flavour, or simply to rediscover something, then I advise you to go back...

    0 by Francesca, in Where to eat Rome, 4 years ago
  • Tonnarello

    I discovered this place for the first time on Boxing day as I wondered around Trastevere with my family trying to burn all those calories from Christmas. We had been walking around Rome for a few hours and it had got to lunchtime. I am one of the first people to admit...

    0 by Lucrezia, in Where to eat Rome, 4 years ago
  • Temakinho

    Is it possible to have more than one favourite restaurant? Because I have many. This place in particular, it is so original, unique and different to anything I have ever been to. It is one of those places that once you go once, you start to constantly krave their...

    0 by Lucrezia, in Where to eat Rome, 4 years ago
  • Tacito 18

    Tacito 18 has very recently opened near my Grandmother's house and i have never been more addicted to a restaurant that I am to this one. Every time I organize a meal with my boyfriend, my friends, and my family I try to bring them here. This restaurant really knows how...

    0 by Lucrezia, in Where to eat Rome, 4 years ago
  • Osteria del Sostegno

    The word “Sostegno” means support. The name of the restaurant recalls the support it gives of the antique building above the restaurant. It gives an idea of holding up and supporting the beautiful apartment building. Located near to the pantheon this charming little...

    0 by Lucrezia, in Where to eat Rome, 4 years ago
  • Retrobottega

    Retrobottega is a very interesting place that has newly opened in Via della Stelletta, 4, in the old part of Rome. It is really one of a kind and I was so intrigued by it’s diversity that I decided to book a table with my family and go and try this new place out. My...

    0 by Lucrezia, in Where to eat Rome, 4 years ago
  • Angelina

    Angelina is one of my favorite Italian restaurants in Rome. It is located in the Testaccio quarter which is one of the most historically important areas of Rome. The Emporium port in the Testaccio was once the main entrance to all the goods arriving into Rome,. It’s...

    0 by Lucrezia, in Where to eat Rome, 4 years ago
  • Tor Vergata Business Administration

    The Master of Science in Business Administration (Laurea Magistrale- LM 77) is a two-year programme taught entirely in English at University of Rome Tor Vergata, internationally open, practice-oriented and job-market driven. It provides for a solid management background...

    0 by Curly, in What to do Rome, 4 years ago
  • Porta Portese

    Introduzione al post. Che cos’è Porta Portese? Porta Portese, miei carissimi amici e lettori, è una zona di Roma in cui si trova, per l’appunto, l’omonima “Porta Portese”, la quale, più che ad una porta, è molto più simile ad un arco di pietra dalle...

    0 by Gilda Immacolata, in What to do Rome, 4 years ago
  • Porta Portese Market

    Why have I chosen this title for this post? Why's this market so magical? I'll tell you why. This place is similar to the Madrid fleamarket, a place where you can find absolutely everything - whatever you're looking for, it'll be here somewhere. It's the biggest market...

    0 by Helen, in What to do Rome, 4 years ago
  • Trattoria Coriolano

    First thing that came to my mind when i entered was "oh God im so gonna spend a lot of money here" but i was wrong,its decorated with a good clasic taste,the service was really good and they were so friendly. the price was just normal and the food was really good i...

    0 by paris, in Where to eat Rome, 5 years ago
  • Ristorante Pizzeria I Fratelli

    I really liked the seafood there i had pasta with crab and it was really good all the other freinds of mine like their foods aswell .it was fresh and really delicious but i guess its better if you book it in advance especially on weekends.the ambient is not bad and the...

    0 by paris, in Where to eat Rome, 5 years ago
  • Rome

    Rome is a beautiful city because of the history it exudes. Everywhere you go you run into a historical area, whether its arc de triumph, roman ruins or Trevi Fountain. There are so many places to see in Rome!! Colosseum One of the most iconic and best places to visit is...

    0 by Lauren, in What to see Rome, 5 years ago
  • Eataly

    If you are in Rome but would also like to taste some Sicilian, Napoletan or Milanese food? Eataly is the right place. here you may find the most traditional foods from all over Italy. It is an amazing mix of restaurants, bars, wine bars and elegant super market. The...

    0 by Laura, in Where to eat Rome, 5 years ago
  • Mimì e Cocò

    When I was on a holiday with 3 other friends in Rome a few years ago, we were wandering through the streets of the city every evening, looking for a nice café, and we always ended up in this little winebar. Why? Because it's so cozy, it has a lovely vibe and the...

    0 by Elyne, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Rome, 5 years ago

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