I love this area of Rome but I wish we had more time to spend there! We went there for lunch before going to the Colosseum and not many places were open. Regardless, we had a wonderful time strolling through the streets. It was pretty quiet and so beautiful. I can see why this area is quickly becoming a more popular place for people to stay when they come to Rome. We didn’t get to eat there, but I’ve heard Dar Poeta is a great place for pizza!
A small charming neighborhood on the other side of Tiber River. It is popular for its small restaurants serving good local food. It's where locals go and some tourists in the know. Still, it is more local than touristy and you can find authentic Roman food at cheap rates. The winding narrow cobbled streets are always great for a stroll.
Nice bars and restaurants
Beautiful and quaint neighborhood with lots of cute restaurants and shops
I am told this area is where the locals prefer to eat. Authentic Roman foods found at cheaper prices~ not catering to the tourists. This was the experience we were looking for, and it was wonderful! There were street vendors at great prices and the shops carried unique merchandise and prices were reasonable. Next time we plan to spend more time in Trastevere. A nice change from the touristy spots.
the trendy area over River Tber is about 5' walk from the apartment, crossing the ancient Ponte Sisto, you'll be is the pictoresque Rome area, with even more good restaurants and pubs ... all strictly visitable on foot only, as the alleys and streets are narrow and choch full of pedestrians until late at night.
My favourite place to stay in the world. it's like a village within this magnificent city. Imagine waking up to hear vespas, smelling the cornetti and caffe being prepared in a cafe below you, wandering to a balcony to see grandmothers walking their terriers or putting out washing and singing...Bliss!