The neighborhood of Trastevere lies in Rome on the far side of the Tiber. Once a well kept local secret, the narrow cobblestoned streets near the river are hidden no more. Many tourists know that they will be rewarded with some of the best restaurants in Rome when venturing to Trastevere. But spend 10 minutes walking up the Viale Trastevere away from the river, and it is still possible to discover a more local feel. I spent a summer living in this area near the Trastevere railway station. In this post, I share some of my favorite images and memories of living in this magical neighborhood. Mostly, there is a lot of amazing food. And also some beautiful palaces with fabulous art. If you’re thinking of traveling to Rome this year, make Trastevere a must see, if not your home base for exploring the Eternal City. Here’s just a few things you can look forward to.
So there’s a quick snapshot of what’s cooking in Trastevere. For full blog posts about some of these fabulous eateries, follow the FOOD links below. And if you are thinking about Rome this year, check out my sample 4 day Rome itinerary here:
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