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Trastevere
Trastevere

Trastevere

125 reviews
Sights and Museums, Neighbourhood
Ranked #9 in Rome things to do
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Viale di Trastevere, Rome 00153 Italy
+39 06 488 991
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The Roman quarter today known for some of the city's best nightlife, chic-est restaurants, and throngs of people in the streets of a Saturday began life as an undesirable residential area, across the ... Read more
river and far from the more posh neighborhoods like Parioli. Today, Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere is a central point, with its amazing church and fountain perfect for sitting on, while wandering through the numerous back alleys will uncover myriad small cafes, restaurants and shops.

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Quezon City

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.

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The medieval area of Rome, full of life, history, and nice restaurants. Trastever is small neighnourhood with narrow streets, hidden fountains and churches, small shops and great dining locations. Here you can get a real feel for actual not-so-touristy Rome

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Southampton

Great night life here with lots to see and do, and ideally located. Normally there is something goibg on along the river bank to check out

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Valletta

Old part of Rome, full of lovely old winding narrow streets, good nice restaurants and souvenir shops. A must visit.

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Santa Fe

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.

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Los Angeles

One of Rome's districts. It comes alive at night and has a large selection of restaurants and shops. Most of Rome's attractions are only a 30 or so minute walk from the district.

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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.

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Mount Dandenong

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!

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Sant'Anatolia di Narco

Trans Tiberin, on the other side of the Tiber. It is one of the oldest distrect of Rome. It is full of Medioval buildings and churches. During the whole day you can find turist, artist, pubs full of music, street selleris

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San Jose

Although it's a known touristy area, it has its charms. There are fashionable boutiques (albeit pricey), some good restaurants, and the market at Campo dei Fiori. You'll remember walking along the river at night, you might chance on a chocolate festival, you might even fall in love a little (with the place or a person). Do be aware that exchange students like to go bar hopping here, so you can imagine they may make some noise in the wee hours. But you'll be so close to the centro storico, maybe it won't matter.

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Los Altos

Trastevere is the perfect neighborhood in Rome for you to roam. Trastevere is a lovely place to meander through as you try to track down dinner since there are loads of bars, restaurants and gelato spots.

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Peterborough

A place of lovely old churches and great restaurants within walking distance for people in good shape.

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Los Angeles

I stayed in this neighborhood when I visited Rome. It's supposed to be up and coming-- it's more quiet, but there are some areas that's more happening with food and nighttime activities. That said, I liked the area.

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A great neighbourhood with lots of bars, restaurants and cafés. perfect destination for college students because of its active nightlife.

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Sao Carlos

A place to enjoy good food & music. Also, if you are a book lover, there's a good english bookstore at Via della Lungaretta 23, "Open Door Bookshop". And you can taste delicious strawberry just next to this store.

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London

One of my favorite areas in Rome. Beautiful medieval streets, exciting twists and turns, great food. Sort of the Greenwich Village of Rome, with a lot of students now that John Cabot University has dug in. Plenty of good restaurants.

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Santa Clara

Trastevere is a more local, working class area of Rome. If you want to stay away from tourists and still experience the local Roman nightlife, I would suggest going here and renting an apartment to stay. Plus, the buildings are old and lovely with Tuscan-like golden hues, the restaurants are great, and there's an old, historic church called Santa Maria.

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Halifax

This is THE area to go at night time for a good variety of bars, restaurants and nightlife.

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Brooklyn

Great neighborhood with good restaurants, cafes, and shopping. Feels more local than central Rome. A nice break from the main tourist circuit -- but still gets plenty of foreign visitors so don't expect a discovery.

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Beirut

So we asked where is the hip district? you know, where all the pubs, restaurants, and nightlife stills up til dawn, and they guided us to this street. What was the result? another dead street.

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