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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Gourmet Shop
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“Best food retail store with all Italian excellences. Restaurants are also available within the premises.”
  • 219 locals recommend
Park
“A walk in the countryside of Rome, in the midst of large meadows, ancient Roman remains, small streams and flocks of sheep grazing. A great way to take a breath from the hardships of tourism, right? Just take a bus and you're in the middle of nature.”
  • 109 locals recommend
  • 2 Experiences
Italian Restaurant
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“In Ostiense neighborhood, it’s one of my favorites for pizza, eat and drink well. You’ll love it!”
  • 84 locals recommend
Historic Site
“The Catacombs of San Callisto can be visited at any time of the year on days and during opening hours to the public. ”
  • 56 locals recommend
Art Museum
“The Centrale Montemartini Museum presents marble statues from the Capitoline Collection set against the backdrop of preserve turbines, diesel engines and steam boilers to create one of the most thought-provoking museum spaces Rome has to offer.”
  • 69 locals recommend
Bus Station
“- Treno FL1 - FCO Airport Fiumicino Aeroporto start every 15 min - 8€ for Person - 28 min. - Treno For Muratella (W.F.P. World Food Program ) 15 min - 1€”
  • 46 locals recommend
Ice Cream Shop
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“One of the best ice-cream parlors in Rome, this gelateria opened in 2014 and continues to attract big crowds every day (even in winter). Choose if you want to fill the bottom of your cone with a cascade of white or dark chocolate, and enjoy your treat at one of the tables in this shabby-chic shop. Not a huge gelato fan? Cakes, pastries, crumbles, and crêpes are also available.”
  • 43 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
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“ Undoubtedly the place to go for aperitivo, you will recognize Doppio Zero by the delicious smell of freshly baked pizza and the crowd standing outside (book a table to avoid queuing). This restaurant and wine bar has a stylish design and is a great place to mingle after work or indulge in the lazy mood of a weekend brunch. Cocktails are delicious too and are all made with fresh ingredients.”
  • 36 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“Catacomb dedicated to the martyr Domitilla, of the Flavi family, persecuted in the fourth century because they were Christians. It is rich in rock paintings of unparalleled beauty.”
  • 18 locals recommend
Nightclub
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“The dreamer - DJ's and music lover man (Giancarlino) that made the "GOA CLUB" - Very good bar - nice people - best is Thursday night or Sunday afternoon if it is "Goa After Tea" a nice clothes market. Till 8.00 pm - also with young couples with children - place for lovers of Electronic Music by the coolest DJ's from the world - not expensive. We are very good friends of the owner - so if you want to enjoy a very special clubbing night - speak with us and we organize a special - crazy - brilliance dancing night!”
  • 13 locals recommend
Jazz Club
“Rome's very own jazz concert hall. Just a short walk away around the Aurelian Walls.”
  • 19 locals recommend
Cocktail Bar
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“Big and comfortable place for a special aperitivo (happy hour). You can also have very good drinks and cocktails. Sometimes you can enjoy also live music.”
  • 15 locals recommend
Bus Station
“Fiumicino Airport Rail Link Station. Inside is a small supermarket, very close to home. (opening hours 8:30 am until 8:30 pm)”
  • 16 locals recommend
Dessert Shop
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“A historic coffee and pastry shop, even though it looks modern. Best breakfasts and super special and creamy cappuccino. The marocchino is to die for.”
  • 24 locals recommend
History Museum
“The Museum of the Walls is located in Porta San Sebastiano, one of the largest and best preserved parts of the Aurelian Walls. The current display, on the first and second floors, opened in 1990 and is divided into three sections - ancient, mediaeval and modern, each with explanatory texts, drawings and photographs. The display narrates the history of the city's fortifications. It starts with those built under the kings of Rome, then those under the Republic, before discussing the walls built by Marcus Aurelius in the third century BC. The historical and political events that led to the building of the Aurelian walls are detailed, as well as the strategic considerations that led to them being built where they were. There is a further analysis of the building techniques used, including door types, as well as subsequent restorations and transformations. The circular hall on the first floor contains models of the various construction phases of the Aurelian Walls, and a three dimensional plan of Rome, showing the layout of its fortifications. In the mediaeval and modern sections, found on the second floor, the historical and architectural events that befell the Aurelian Walls are narrated, tracing how in mediaeval times the relation of the walls to the city changed as the population dwindled. On the walls of the two rooms in the museum are hung plaster casts of the crosses cut into the stone above the entrance arches of some of the doors. The casts also illustrate the crosses, palmettes and wheel patterns made with bricks by the workmen during the building of the walls. The terrace on the central section between the gateway's two towers and that in the western tower are also accessible to visitors.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Noodle House
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“open from 8 am to late night, it is the perfect bar for breakfast, lunch, dinner or just for a drink overlooking the Tiber river”
  • 11 locals recommend

Top restaurants

Gourmet Shop
“Best food retail store with all Italian excellences. Restaurants are also available within the premises.”
  • 219 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
“In Ostiense neighborhood, it’s one of my favorites for pizza, eat and drink well. You’ll love it!”
  • 84 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
“ Undoubtedly the place to go for aperitivo, you will recognize Doppio Zero by the delicious smell of freshly baked pizza and the crowd standing outside (book a table to avoid queuing). This restaurant and wine bar has a stylish design and is a great place to mingle after work or indulge in the lazy mood of a weekend brunch. Cocktails are delicious too and are all made with fresh ingredients.”
  • 36 locals recommend
Noodle House
“open from 8 am to late night, it is the perfect bar for breakfast, lunch, dinner or just for a drink overlooking the Tiber river”
  • 11 locals recommend
Pizza Place
“One of the best Pizza in Rome. Roman style of pizza, amazing garden. It is in a so nice area called Garbatella! So cheap!”
  • 12 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
“Roman dishes such as tonnarelli cacio e pepe in a yattoria without "frills ;-)”
  • 11 locals recommend
Library
“ Local is large and you may then connect to wi-fi, of course you can consult books, magazines and films. Cool atmosphere, relaxing and is comfortable, cosy lounges, great cocktails, happy hours.”
  • 16 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
“[0.5mi. ]A mix of innovation and of classics revisited, from a really fresh tuna tartare to a pasta cacio e pepe with a glassa of parmesan, perch filets in a light curry and good vegetarian options”
  • 14 locals recommend

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