Roman Holidays

Are you planning to visit the Italian capital? Eat antipasti, pasta, pizza and gelato all day long? Then this article is for you! Here is my personal guide to Rome!

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Where to eat?

Roscioli 

A beautiful hidden gem with the setting of an Italian grocery store and a very nice atmosphere. Pasta are remarkable. The cool part? Best known from Italians than from tourists.. Buon appetito!

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http://www.salumeriaroscioli.com/restaurant

 

 What to see?

There are so many things to see, the city is like an open-air museum. Although if you are there only for the week end, there are some must-do! Let’s get started!

 

Fontana de Trevi

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Colosseo

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Vaticano 

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Pantheon 

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Where to stay/ What to do at night?

Dom Hotel Roma 

When in Rome, do as the Romans do! They often choose this elegant bar with a nightclub to gather for a great cocktail with friends and family. Come early since the place gets easily crowded. The plus? The bar is also a restaurant and an hotel. The perfect combination for those who are looking for a chic place to stay in Rome.

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http://www.devotoarredamenti.com

 

Your Italian songs playlist… 

Okay, this is going to be very cliché.. But I love all those Italian songs, and listening music is part of getting into the culture right? So here we go:

La Solitudine – Laura Pausini

Vivo per lei – Helene Segara & Andrea Boccelli 

Funiculi Funicula – Luciano Pavarotti 

Oi Vita – Canzoni Napoletane

 

Buon viaggio! xx