While you stroll around with your favorite gelato, Rome offers you beautiful views with a taste of history. Indulge in some street shopping or delicious food at some of the fascinating neighborhoods of Rome.
The quaint neighborhood of Trastevere has a sleepy vibe to it. The evening sees the young crowd set the scene at the numerous bars in Piazza Santa Maria.
The Roman Forum built in 1930 transformed the Rione Monti into a hangout place for the artisans.
Monti neighborhood has a perfect blend of young, artsy and traditional vibe. The cobbled streets and the ivy draped houses give it a rustic charm.
Pigneto is considered as the hipster capital of Rome. The neighborhood is appealing because of the bright graffiti, boho bars, and mixed architectural styles.
San Lorenzo offers an interesting mix of vintage boutiques, art galleries, cheap clubs, and pizzerias. The houses add to the unrefined charm of the district.
The neighborhood is developing around the old streets in Ostiense.
The art galleries, cocktail bars and restaurants are pulling the young to the old neglected industrial area of Ostiense.
The small area of the Coppede is famous for its unique architecture. A wrought- iron chandelier hangs above the dramatic arched entrance to the district.
Jewish Ghetto is home to ancient monuments like The Great Synagogue and Teatro Marcello. It is also a culinary hot spot.
The edgy Testaccio offers more of a local taste. Previously a slaughterhouse area, it is now transforming into a beautiful village like neighborhood.