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Giolitti is the oldest ice cream shop in Rome. It was founded in 1890. Perfect ice cream, of great tradition.
If you are a fan of great atmosphere and great gelato, Giolitti demands to be seen. This is also among my top three locations. Giolitti is a throwback ice cream parlor with Gelato instead. The gelato counter is just one counter among many in this anything goes sugar shop. The shop has the feel of a…
Giolitti is a well-known café and pastry shop, and reportedly the oldest ice cream parlor in Rome, Italy. It was founded in 1890 by Giuseppe and Bernardina Giolitti and operates at two locations: via Uffici del Vicario near the Pantheon and in E.U.R.. It is still owned by the same family.
Rome has no shortage of excellent gelaterias. Giolitti, a few blocks from the Pantheon, is the city’s best old-school gelateria.Traditional and imperdible.
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