This bohemian neighbourhood, located in the heart of Rome, on the banks of the Tiber River, has centuries of history.
it is a great place to wander and discover its beautiful corners, full of a special charm. You can visit the St. Mary Square in Trastevere with the Basilica of the same name, the Palace of San Calixto, the church of St. Cecilia or the church of San Francesco a Ripa. Do not miss the Gianicolo hill, with a good panoramic view of the city, from where a cannon is fired every day at 12.
The Tiber Island connects the Trastevere neighbourhood with the Jewish ghetto through the Fabricio Bridge, the oldest surviving in the city, and the Cestio Bridge.
Especially on weekends, the neighbourhood is filled with young and not so young people, Romans and tourists.
Did you know it is the meeting point known for the “Roman move“?
There are plenty of restaurants for all tastes and budgets, where you can taste some of the typical Italian products. Do not miss pasta, sausages, cheeses, pizza or ice cream, especially those of Fior di Luna, in Via della Lungaretta, 96. I like the Taverna Trilussa, but also we propose Da Enzo al 29 or Da Giovanni in Via della Lungara, 41, if your budget is tight. Do not forget to book in advance!
Do not miss the animation of Trastevere!