It’s impossible to see everything that Rome has to offer in one visit or in a few days. What follows, in no specific order, is a selective taste of the city’s highlights. From wonderful art collection and historic architecture to amazing park.
Here just some simple advice to follow in order to best enjoy the delights of italian coffee.
Coffee is so much a part of Italian culture and in the city center cafes are always full, no matter the time of the day.
I promise to all my guests: with only one sip of italian coffee and cappuccinos, it will be really hard to go back to Starbucks.
To reach us is super-simple!
From shuttle bus stop walk straight on Via Crescenzio up to Piazza del Risorgimento. The Cameo’s building is situated on your left, at 55 Piazza del Risorgimento.
Eating in Rome: 5 foods every visitor to Italy should try
My guests always ask me to share top local specialties every visitor should try. Of course no italian city leaves tourist’s stomach disappointed. Yet many miss a big slice of Italian gourmet excellence in Rome.
Do you want to be one of them? If the answer is no, you should definitely read this post.
This dish is a very common pasta dish that you will find on so many menus in Rome. Even though Amatriciana sauce has just a few ingredients, everyone seems to have their own version. I give you my ingredients. To create an authentic Amatriciana sauce you need tomato, guanciale (cured pork jowl), chili and finally the grated Pecorino Romano.
Bucatini is also the traditional pasta shape that you will see this dish made with in Rome.