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Guidebook for Roma

Noelle

Guidebook for Roma

Food Scene
Si fa presto a dire pasta, it is easy to say pasta. Boil the water, add salt and spaghetti. But it’s not so simple. Even the recipes that seem easier do need care and attention in the execution. In Rome there are restaurants that cook with passion and others who make it dog fuck, a ca**o di cane. I enjoy my time in the first category. I’m not a mangiaspaghetti, a pasta eater. Usually I eat past once a week because I follow a protein diet with few carbohydrates. But when I have to eat pasta, I chose well. There are several pasta fast food in Rome. Where you can eat there on the stool or take it away. Some are of superior quality. I like, for example, Pasta Chef, 42, Via Baccina, Monti district. They cook many types of pasta of Italian tradition. And all are well done. Prices are lower than a restaurant because, after all, it is a self service. You order and they give you a number. When it comes your turn they call you and give you the hot pot. Often, after the gym, I stop at Pasta Chef eating a salad. The Nizzarda is my favorite with tomato, boiled eggs, black olives and capers. A very similar place is PaStation, which is about to open in Piazza Campo Marzio, near the Pantheon. It already exists in Florence and is very successful. In Trastevere there is the Taverna Trilussa, 23 via del Politeama, which is a landmark for those who want to eat pasta according to the Roman tradition. They serve it in the pan, non in the dish. Another column of the Roman tradition is Felice a Testaccio, 29, via di Mastro Giorgio, in the district of Testaccio. Attention, both places are always very crowded, you have to book a few days before.
Wake up early and breakfast from Panella bakery (Via Merulana 54). There are about ten minutes walk from here. The road is steep, but when you get to this place you know that it was worth the effort! There is a huge variety of desserts, from cakes to croissants, to the typical Italian pastries. You better make a hearty breakfast, because the day will be long, you have many things to see. I love their Espresso, a real cream. If you are looking for something special, check out the Espresso flavored pistachio or hazelnut. Another typical thing about this place is the "Cappuccino Carbonari", very strong!
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Pasticceria Panificio Panella Roma
54 Via Merulana
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Wake up early and breakfast from Panella bakery (Via Merulana 54). There are about ten minutes walk from here. The road is steep, but when you get to this place you know that it was worth the effort! There is a huge variety of desserts, from cakes to croissants, to the typical Italian pastries. You better make a hearty breakfast, because the day will be long, you have many things to see. I love their Espresso, a real cream. If you are looking for something special, check out the Espresso flavored pistachio or hazelnut. Another typical thing about this place is the "Cappuccino Carbonari", very strong!
After the tour at Colosseum and Imperial Forum, you definitely will be very hungry. I advise you to avoid the bars and restaurants around the Colosseum. Come back in the Monti district. In Via Urbana you have so many places where eat italian street food. I like the pizzas of Trieste, the "panzanella" of Aromaticus or a sandwich of Zia Rosetta, right below our apartment.
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Trieste Pizza
112 Via Urbana
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After the tour at Colosseum and Imperial Forum, you definitely will be very hungry. I advise you to avoid the bars and restaurants around the Colosseum. Come back in the Monti district. In Via Urbana you have so many places where eat italian street food. I like the pizzas of Trieste, the "panzanella" of Aromaticus or a sandwich of Zia Rosetta, right below our apartment.
If you are looking for a quality brunch, I will suggest Open Colonna (Via MIlano 9/A). It is located near Via Nazionale, a ten minute walk from the apartment. The location is breathtaking. It is located above the Palace of Exhibitions and you come through the side staircase. The restaurant belongs to the chef Antonello Colonna (one Michelin star). The brunch costs 16 euros.
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Antonello Colonna Open
9a Via Milano
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If you are looking for a quality brunch, I will suggest Open Colonna (Via MIlano 9/A). It is located near Via Nazionale, a ten minute walk from the apartment. The location is breathtaking. It is located above the Palace of Exhibitions and you come through the side staircase. The restaurant belongs to the chef Antonello Colonna (one Michelin star). The brunch costs 16 euros.
After the tour at Vatican Museum, there's a place nearby that I would advise where I love to go often. It's called La Zanzara (The Mosquito), via Crescenzio 84. For this advice they do not give me money unfortunately! It is not a tourist place, it is frequented by Italians. They make great cocktails, the kitchen is roman and international.
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La Zanzara
84 Via Crescenzio
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After the tour at Vatican Museum, there's a place nearby that I would advise where I love to go often. It's called La Zanzara (The Mosquito), via Crescenzio 84. For this advice they do not give me money unfortunately! It is not a tourist place, it is frequented by Italians. They make great cocktails, the kitchen is roman and international.
From Piazza Venezia (which is a few minutes walk from our house), you can get, still walking, Piazza Navona and Campo dei Fiori, two of very typical areas of ancient and Medioeval Rome. Are you hungry? The answer is the italian street food! In Via dei Chiavari 34 there is Roscioli bakery, where you can find a pizza slices that I like very much. In Via dei Banchi Vecchi 143 there is Supplizio, sicilian street food famous for the rice balls, fried rice balls. I will never eat more than two (I don’t want be fat!).
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Roscioli Salumeria con Cucina
21/22 Via dei Giubbonari
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From Piazza Venezia (which is a few minutes walk from our house), you can get, still walking, Piazza Navona and Campo dei Fiori, two of very typical areas of ancient and Medioeval Rome. Are you hungry? The answer is the italian street food! In Via dei Chiavari 34 there is Roscioli bakery, where you can find a pizza slices that I like very much. In Via dei Banchi Vecchi 143 there is Supplizio, sicilian street food famous for the rice balls, fried rice balls. I will never eat more than two (I don’t want be fat!).
They say that the real heart of Rome is Trastevere. I'm not quite agree because the massive flow of tourism has a bit distorted the neighborhood. Hey, I’m not saying that is not nice! I often go to Trastevere in the evening and I have two fixed stages: drink at Freni e Frizioni (Via del Politeama 4), dinner at Taverna Trilussa, Via del Politeama 23. This restaurant is the top of traditional roman cuisine. When I desire pasta, much pasta, I go there. They serve carbonara directly in the pan, not in the dish!!
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Taverna Trilussa Trastevere
23/25 Via del Politeama
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They say that the real heart of Rome is Trastevere. I'm not quite agree because the massive flow of tourism has a bit distorted the neighborhood. Hey, I’m not saying that is not nice! I often go to Trastevere in the evening and I have two fixed stages: drink at Freni e Frizioni (Via del Politeama 4), dinner at Taverna Trilussa, Via del Politeama 23. This restaurant is the top of traditional roman cuisine. When I desire pasta, much pasta, I go there. They serve carbonara directly in the pan, not in the dish!!
A brand new restaurant was born into the Roma Luxus Hotel, 10 minutes walking from our apartment. I suggest their pizza and ceviche.
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Madre Roma
1/a Largo Angelicum
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A brand new restaurant was born into the Roma Luxus Hotel, 10 minutes walking from our apartment. I suggest their pizza and ceviche.
I’m a Monti boy, a monticiano. I’ve been working in the neighborhood for many years. Now I live there too. My landmark are these: Urbana pasta, small, cheap street fooder of my friend Arturo. You eat well and pay even better. Urbana 47 is another must. From breakfast to after dinner. Trieste Pizza is the favorite place of my son Claudio, six years old. Barzilai is a tiny bistrot where you can eat and drink well. La Taverna dei Fori Imperiali: excellent. Cuoco e camicia is another place where you can eat very well. The others can be found below.
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Urbana 47
47 Via Urbana
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I’m a Monti boy, a monticiano. I’ve been working in the neighborhood for many years. Now I live there too. My landmark are these: Urbana pasta, small, cheap street fooder of my friend Arturo. You eat well and pay even better. Urbana 47 is another must. From breakfast to after dinner. Trieste Pizza is the favorite place of my son Claudio, six years old. Barzilai is a tiny bistrot where you can eat and drink well. La Taverna dei Fori Imperiali: excellent. Cuoco e camicia is another place where you can eat very well. The others can be found below.
ASINO D ‘ORO A cuisine that was born in Orvieto (Central Italy) and has its roots in the Umbrian tradition, with seasonal ingredients. The menu features marinated trout with panzanella, a cold raw vegetable soup with burrata ravioli, but also a rabbit with herbs with peperonata and buffalo meatballs with sheep’s blue and pear.
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L'Asino d'Oro
73 Via del Boschetto
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ASINO D ‘ORO A cuisine that was born in Orvieto (Central Italy) and has its roots in the Umbrian tradition, with seasonal ingredients. The menu features marinated trout with panzanella, a cold raw vegetable soup with burrata ravioli, but also a rabbit with herbs with peperonata and buffalo meatballs with sheep’s blue and pear.
At the last floor of the Radisson Blu hotel, chef Giuseppe Gaglione interprets the Mediterranean flavors, to be enjoyed on the terrace, even by the pool. In paper, curry chicken with Sardinian fregola, crunchy vegetables and cashews or lamb chops in mint crust with green beans and blue goat potatoes.
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Radisson Blu es. Hotel, Rome
171 Via Filippo Turati
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At the last floor of the Radisson Blu hotel, chef Giuseppe Gaglione interprets the Mediterranean flavors, to be enjoyed on the terrace, even by the pool. In paper, curry chicken with Sardinian fregola, crunchy vegetables and cashews or lamb chops in mint crust with green beans and blue goat potatoes.
Soft lighting and an elegant setting for the restaurant where chef Ciro Scamardella offers scampi with chicken, olives and rosemary, while among the first stands the roasted tomato ravioli and smoked scamorza, followed by the turbot with seaweed and lettuce. Special mention for desserts, such as the chocolate soufflé with pepper.
Pipero Roma
250 Corso Vittorio Emanuele II
Soft lighting and an elegant setting for the restaurant where chef Ciro Scamardella offers scampi with chicken, olives and rosemary, while among the first stands the roasted tomato ravioli and smoked scamorza, followed by the turbot with seaweed and lettuce. Special mention for desserts, such as the chocolate soufflé with pepper.
A place that combines a refined atmosphere with the authenticity of raw materials. The menu offers pizza and Roman cuisine, such as cacio e pepe, amatriciana, carbonara, the latter also in a vegetarian version. And then the main courses, including meatballs, sliced ​​beef and beef tartare. The tiramisu is the sweet closing.
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Emma
28 Via del Monte della Farina
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A place that combines a refined atmosphere with the authenticity of raw materials. The menu offers pizza and Roman cuisine, such as cacio e pepe, amatriciana, carbonara, the latter also in a vegetarian version. And then the main courses, including meatballs, sliced ​​beef and beef tartare. The tiramisu is the sweet closing.
A historic pizzeria where you can taste the classic Roman pizza, very thin and crunchy, as tradition dictates. Try it in the classic versions, from the “margherita” to the “4 cheeses”, up to the richer ones, with mushrooms, artichokes and egg, with seasonal vegetables or with broccoli and sausage. And as an appetizer, bruschetta is a must.
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Pizzeria Da Baffetto
114 Via del Governo Vecchio
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A historic pizzeria where you can taste the classic Roman pizza, very thin and crunchy, as tradition dictates. Try it in the classic versions, from the “margherita” to the “4 cheeses”, up to the richer ones, with mushrooms, artichokes and egg, with seasonal vegetables or with broccoli and sausage. And as an appetizer, bruschetta is a must.
ZUMA The restaurant at the top of Palazzo Fendi offers gourmet Japanese cuisine, in a refined environment with the right touch of glam. Informal and based on sharing dishes, the menu focuses on specialties cooked on the robata grill, a special charcoal grill, symbol of the international brand. Drinks can be enjoyed at Lorenzo Coppola’s bartender, which can also be enjoyed on the terrace.
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Zuma Rome
48 Via della Fontanella di Borghese
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ZUMA The restaurant at the top of Palazzo Fendi offers gourmet Japanese cuisine, in a refined environment with the right touch of glam. Informal and based on sharing dishes, the menu focuses on specialties cooked on the robata grill, a special charcoal grill, symbol of the international brand. Drinks can be enjoyed at Lorenzo Coppola’s bartender, which can also be enjoyed on the terrace.
Gino Sorbillo brings the Neapolitan tradition to Rome thanks to the iconic round high and soft, maxiform, which goes beyond the confines of the plate. On the menu, the classic and special dishes, such as pizza with yellow Vesuvius tomato or Cetara anchovies. Among the fried dishes there are the potato croquette and the Gragnano pasta omelette.
Gino Sorbillo - Lievito Madre a Roma
46 Piazza Augusto Imperatore
Gino Sorbillo brings the Neapolitan tradition to Rome thanks to the iconic round high and soft, maxiform, which goes beyond the confines of the plate. On the menu, the classic and special dishes, such as pizza with yellow Vesuvius tomato or Cetara anchovies. Among the fried dishes there are the potato croquette and the Gragnano pasta omelette.
Sightseeing
Feeling a real gladiator, walking among the ruins of ancient imperial Rome. I advise you to buy the ticket on web (costs about 15 Euros), so you can avoid the ticket line. You'll have access to the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Palatine. One of the easiest site to use is Musement.com. The purchase of tickets on line does not avoid you security controls. It can last an hour. I suggest you leave home backpacks and bags.
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Colosseo (MB)
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Feeling a real gladiator, walking among the ruins of ancient imperial Rome. I advise you to buy the ticket on web (costs about 15 Euros), so you can avoid the ticket line. You'll have access to the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Palatine. One of the easiest site to use is Musement.com. The purchase of tickets on line does not avoid you security controls. It can last an hour. I suggest you leave home backpacks and bags.
Believer or not, you can not leave Rome without seeing the Vatican, the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel. I suggest you buy your tickets on line to avoid long lines. Do it directly through the official website. The ticket costs 16 euro. You can choose the day and the time slot.
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Vatikanmuseerna
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Believer or not, you can not leave Rome without seeing the Vatican, the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel. I suggest you buy your tickets on line to avoid long lines. Do it directly through the official website. The ticket costs 16 euro. You can choose the day and the time slot.
Arts & Culture
At the end of Via dei Fori Imperiali there is the Altare della Patria, in Piazza Venezia, also called Vittoriano. It is an imposing neoclassical monument built early last century. On the back there is a lift (the ticket costs € 7) leading on the terrace of the monument. I'll recommend it because on it there is a great view of ancient Rome. Ideal for photos and selfies! At the Vittoriano, until February, there are two exhibitions that I liked: the works of Edward Hopper and the other dedicated to Barbie, the icon!
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Monumento a Vittoria Emanuele Ⅱ
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At the end of Via dei Fori Imperiali there is the Altare della Patria, in Piazza Venezia, also called Vittoriano. It is an imposing neoclassical monument built early last century. On the back there is a lift (the ticket costs € 7) leading on the terrace of the monument. I'll recommend it because on it there is a great view of ancient Rome. Ideal for photos and selfies! At the Vittoriano, until February, there are two exhibitions that I liked: the works of Edward Hopper and the other dedicated to Barbie, the icon!
If you are near Piazza Navona I advise you to take a look at the Chiostro del Bramante (Via Arco della Pace, 5), where is visible "Love", an exhibition of contemporary art that I liked a lot. Once you're there, you do not lose the Bar del Fico (Piazza del Fico, 26), where people meet in the square for a drink.
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Chiostro del Bramante
5 Arco della Pace
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If you are near Piazza Navona I advise you to take a look at the Chiostro del Bramante (Via Arco della Pace, 5), where is visible "Love", an exhibition of contemporary art that I liked a lot. Once you're there, you do not lose the Bar del Fico (Piazza del Fico, 26), where people meet in the square for a drink.
Drinks & Nightlife
In front of the Altare della Patria there is Via del Corso. I like to walk through it. At first it is narrow, then it widens. After ten minutes walk on the left is an alley (Via della Pietra) that leads to Piazza di Pietra. This is the place I love in Rome at all! It looks like a movie set. Here I often stop for a cup of tea or a cocktail at Salotto 42 (Piazza di Pietra, 42). It is a small room very fashionable. A little bit expensive, but they serve great cocktails.
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Salotto42
42 Piazza di Pietra
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In front of the Altare della Patria there is Via del Corso. I like to walk through it. At first it is narrow, then it widens. After ten minutes walk on the left is an alley (Via della Pietra) that leads to Piazza di Pietra. This is the place I love in Rome at all! It looks like a movie set. Here I often stop for a cup of tea or a cocktail at Salotto 42 (Piazza di Pietra, 42). It is a small room very fashionable. A little bit expensive, but they serve great cocktails.
The north side of Rome is the district of roman rich middle class, the landscape changes a lot compared to the old town, there are many green areas and places frequented only by the romans. If you want to know also the Rome of the Romans, in the evening take a ride to Ponte Milvio. It is a district near the river Tiber where there are many bars for a drink and concept-restaurant. I like the Met (Piazzale di Ponte Milvio 34). Give me a tuna tartare, a flutes of prosecco and I'm fine!!!
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Milvio Bridge
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The north side of Rome is the district of roman rich middle class, the landscape changes a lot compared to the old town, there are many green areas and places frequented only by the romans. If you want to know also the Rome of the Romans, in the evening take a ride to Ponte Milvio. It is a district near the river Tiber where there are many bars for a drink and concept-restaurant. I like the Met (Piazzale di Ponte Milvio 34). Give me a tuna tartare, a flutes of prosecco and I'm fine!!!
The Jerry Thomas Project (Vicolo Cellini 30) is a speakeasy, a vintage bar where you enter only if you know the password! Small and hidden. If you don't know it, you'll never find. I like the atmosphere and the cocktails they serve. Excellent vermouth distilled from them and impeccable preparation. Is it the only place where, after three Negroni, I'm still shiny! Do you want to know the password to enter? I'm telling you!!!
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Jerry Thomas Speakeasy
30 Vicolo Cellini
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The Jerry Thomas Project (Vicolo Cellini 30) is a speakeasy, a vintage bar where you enter only if you know the password! Small and hidden. If you don't know it, you'll never find. I like the atmosphere and the cocktails they serve. Excellent vermouth distilled from them and impeccable preparation. Is it the only place where, after three Negroni, I'm still shiny! Do you want to know the password to enter? I'm telling you!!!
At the cocktail bar at Palazzo Manfredi, the sophisticated mixology of Matteo Zed meets the gourmet creations of chef Giuseppe Di Iorio and the delicious creations of pastry chef Daniele De Santi, which combine with cocktails like “The rising sun”, prepared with Bombay Saphire gin, yuzu juice, honey and matcha green tea. Breathtaking view of the Colosseum.
The Court
4470 Piazza del Colosseo
At the cocktail bar at Palazzo Manfredi, the sophisticated mixology of Matteo Zed meets the gourmet creations of chef Giuseppe Di Iorio and the delicious creations of pastry chef Daniele De Santi, which combine with cocktails like “The rising sun”, prepared with Bombay Saphire gin, yuzu juice, honey and matcha green tea. Breathtaking view of the Colosseum.
Facciamo serata means having party hard! Where? In Rome, like in other cities of the world, the trendy places are constantly changing. I can tell the list of the best club of the moment, that probably will change in the next season. If you want have “party like a Russian”, meaning enjoy the nightlife with unlimited budget, remember this suggestions. Raspoutin is near Piazza Del Popolo, in Palazzo Dama hotel. Learn this words: Si sboccia! In Italy (not only here) is a status symbol booking a table and ordering a bottle of Dom Perignon or a extra size of Belvedere Vodka. People look at you with admiration, the girls will be happy if you offer them a flut from your precious bottle. Hey, probably not telling you anything new!
Raspoutine Rome
2 Via Maria Cristina
Facciamo serata means having party hard! Where? In Rome, like in other cities of the world, the trendy places are constantly changing. I can tell the list of the best club of the moment, that probably will change in the next season. If you want have “party like a Russian”, meaning enjoy the nightlife with unlimited budget, remember this suggestions. Raspoutin is near Piazza Del Popolo, in Palazzo Dama hotel. Learn this words: Si sboccia! In Italy (not only here) is a status symbol booking a table and ordering a bottle of Dom Perignon or a extra size of Belvedere Vodka. People look at you with admiration, the girls will be happy if you offer them a flut from your precious bottle. Hey, probably not telling you anything new!
Si sciabola! is the upgrade of Si sboccia. It means those who open the bottle with a saber. If you are one of those, welcome! And remember: Dom Perignon is for rich, Vedova (Veuve Cliquot) is for barboni (not rich enough). Now you are the king of the roman nightlife. But look: conquer your kingdom should cost even a thousand euro! So, I suggest this program: aperitivo at Hotel De Russie, drinking a Bloody Mary among businessmen and beautiful models. In alternative I suggest Zuma, on the roof of Fendi Palace (it is also a japanise restaurant). Then you can dine at Assunta Madre, where, tra calciatori e veline (between football players and tv stars), you can “watch and be watched”. The chef cooks excellent fish, but I do not think that people go there for the quality of food!
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Hotel de Russie
9 Via del Babuino
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Si sciabola! is the upgrade of Si sboccia. It means those who open the bottle with a saber. If you are one of those, welcome! And remember: Dom Perignon is for rich, Vedova (Veuve Cliquot) is for barboni (not rich enough). Now you are the king of the roman nightlife. But look: conquer your kingdom should cost even a thousand euro! So, I suggest this program: aperitivo at Hotel De Russie, drinking a Bloody Mary among businessmen and beautiful models. In alternative I suggest Zuma, on the roof of Fendi Palace (it is also a japanise restaurant). Then you can dine at Assunta Madre, where, tra calciatori e veline (between football players and tv stars), you can “watch and be watched”. The chef cooks excellent fish, but I do not think that people go there for the quality of food!
Rome is a romantic city, with views able to excite even people with a cuore peloso (hard heart). This little guide is made for lovers, those with no money (i poracci) and those who have a high budget (i farciti). About first category: they don’t need money to enjoy the night view of the Trevi Fountain. Just have to throw a coin in the water making un desiderio, a wish. In alterative, with 3,50 euros they may buy una birretta (a medium beer) and drink sitting on the stones of Monti square. And what about the tramonto (sunset) at Gianicolo hill? When the sun goes down they may limonare come se non ci fosse un domani (kiss each other all night long).
Piazza della Madonna dei Monti
Rome is a romantic city, with views able to excite even people with a cuore peloso (hard heart). This little guide is made for lovers, those with no money (i poracci) and those who have a high budget (i farciti). About first category: they don’t need money to enjoy the night view of the Trevi Fountain. Just have to throw a coin in the water making un desiderio, a wish. In alterative, with 3,50 euros they may buy una birretta (a medium beer) and drink sitting on the stones of Monti square. And what about the tramonto (sunset) at Gianicolo hill? When the sun goes down they may limonare come se non ci fosse un domani (kiss each other all night long).
Shopping
Anywhere in the world you can buy a Dolce & Gabbana jeans or a Gucci bag. I recommend you to focus on Vintage shops, in the Monti district there are a lot. you'll buy an item truly unique that everyone will envy you!
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Pifebo Vintage Shop - Kilo shop
141 Via dei Serpenti
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Anywhere in the world you can buy a Dolce & Gabbana jeans or a Gucci bag. I recommend you to focus on Vintage shops, in the Monti district there are a lot. you'll buy an item truly unique that everyone will envy you!
“A Roma non succede mai niente”, say the locals, when they complain that there is no news in the Eternal city. Hey! In two thousands of years something happened here or not? Question is that time in Rome rolls slowly. Maybe. But in the last weeks something new has happened. Rinasce la Rinascente, reborn the Rinascente. Eight planes dedicated to fashion, body care, design, with the most popular italian and world brands. Just only the building is an attraction. In the underground was rediscovered the 2k years old aqueduct Aqua Virgo, that was inaugurated by the Emperor Augusto in the 16 AC and is still functioning, feeding the largest fountains in the center. To be seen. The aqueduct arcades were discovered during the renovation work. And this has delayed the closure of the restoring, which has lasted for 11 years. On the top floor there is the restaurants area with stunning views. The interior design combines classic with the contemporary, the floors are joined by 16 escalators that can accommodate up to 90,000 people at the same time. Prices? It goes from one euro for a pen up to 15k euros for a bag.
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Rinascente Roma Tritone
23 Via dei Due Macelli
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“A Roma non succede mai niente”, say the locals, when they complain that there is no news in the Eternal city. Hey! In two thousands of years something happened here or not? Question is that time in Rome rolls slowly. Maybe. But in the last weeks something new has happened. Rinasce la Rinascente, reborn the Rinascente. Eight planes dedicated to fashion, body care, design, with the most popular italian and world brands. Just only the building is an attraction. In the underground was rediscovered the 2k years old aqueduct Aqua Virgo, that was inaugurated by the Emperor Augusto in the 16 AC and is still functioning, feeding the largest fountains in the center. To be seen. The aqueduct arcades were discovered during the renovation work. And this has delayed the closure of the restoring, which has lasted for 11 years. On the top floor there is the restaurants area with stunning views. The interior design combines classic with the contemporary, the floors are joined by 16 escalators that can accommodate up to 90,000 people at the same time. Prices? It goes from one euro for a pen up to 15k euros for a bag.