Lose in yourself in Trastevere
If you are looking for real Roman traditions you must visit Trastevere. Trastevere is certainly one of the characteristic districts in all Rome, where among narrow colored alleys, Roman restaurants, markets, shops and shops of artisans, it is still possible to lose for finding again the essence in the most authentic and genuine Rome. If you pass for alleys and squares of this beautiful district you can still breathe the perfume of products typical of the Rome of once and after the sunset the young people meet for a talk or to drink a beer in company in one of the so many pubs and nighttime places.
Both that you arrive in the daytime and that you arrive at night, this fascinating district is always extremely populated of tourists and inhabitants. A walk among the streets of Trastevere is the best way to discover hidden treasures, rests of the ancient Rome and flashes of true Roman life.
What you can visit in Trastevere and the nearby: Piazza trilussa, dedicated to the famous poet of Rome Trilussa. Its stairway offers space to sit in the shade and stock up with the fresh water of Rome. Go on, ’till Largo dei Librari, known for his appearance harvest, intimate where we find the church of Santa Barbara dei Librari. We continue to Via dei Giubbonari of Street of the Carpenters and come across the Turtle Fountain, and Via Sant’Ambrogio, we enter the Jewish ghetto; Continuing along the Tiber, turn left in Via del Olitorio Forum, which takes you through Via del Vicolo Jugario, the church Santa Maria in Cosmedin and Mouth of Truth . If you are a romantic traveller, you have to visit the Piazza De ‘Mercanti, one of the most romantic views of Rome with palaces entirely covered in ivy. We continue in Via dei Genovesi and arrive in San Benedetto in Piscinula thus arrive, finally, at Via della Lungaretta. We turn left at Via dei bluegrass and back to Via delle Fratte di Trastevere, which leads to Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere. From this Piazza you can easily arrive to the Gianicolo, one of the more beautiful hill of Rome, crossing for Via Goffredo Mameli and Passeggiata del Gianicolo.