WHAT TO VISIT AT 

TRASTEVERE


 

Trastevere is undoubtedly one of the most characteristic neighborhoods of all Rome, where among narrow colored alleys, Roman trattorias, flea markets, shops and artisan shops, it is still possible to get lost to rediscover the essence of the most authentic and genuine Rome. From Santa Maria di Trastevere to Piazza Trilussa, you can still breathe the scent of typical Roman products of the past and at nightfall the young people gather to have a chat or have a beer in one of the many pubs and nightclubs . Trastevere is highly sought after not because of its nightlife and its premises but also because it contains monuments, churches and works of art of great value. One cannot help but visit the Basilica of Santa Maria in the square of the same name with its medieval mosaics and frescoes. And again the Church of Santa Maria della Scala in honor of the Virgin or Piazza San Calisto with its local and nearby restaurants; Piazza Sonnino where the Church of San Crisogono and the church of Sant'Agata are located, as far as the charming Piazza Giacchino Belli. Another important square is the famous Piazza Trilussa, which overlooks the Lungotevere Raffaello Sanzio at Ponte Sisto.


 

Trastevere is undoubtedly one of the liveliest and most characteristic neighborhoods of the city, but if you really want to know it you must live it at night! It is when night falls, in fact, that the neighborhood is transformed to become the fulcrum of youthful nightlife. Here you can spend an evening of fun and good food among typical restaurants, pizzerias, shops, stalls and shops of all kinds. The places of greatest attraction are Piazza Trilussa where you can enjoy an aperitif in the company and the bars adjacent to Piazza Santa Maria di Trastevere frequented until the first light of dawn. Trastevere is also synonymous with good Roman cuisine. Carbonara, gricia, Bucatini all'amatriciana and many other unmissable delicacies. Some restaurants then became real symbols of the Roman world. Among the most famous there is certainly the goliardic Cencio - La parolaccia, where it is a good habit to be insulted by the waiters. After dinner there is nothing better than a nice walk to get rid of the evening! From Piazza Trilussa cross the Ponte Sisto and you will find yourself on the other side of the Tiber a few steps away from the colorful Campo di Fiori Market and the enchanting Piazza Navona.

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