A neighborhood like no other, Trastevere’s ivy-coated, cobblestone streets come alive at night, earning it comparisons to Greenwich Village and Paris’ Le Bank. This is where Romans choose to eat with their families and where young Romans go for nightlife. This old quartiere features some of Rome’s best loved foodie places, run by the same local families for generations.
Try Rome’s favorite street-food snack, the supplì (a rice ball fried to golden perfection). This hole-in-the-wall snack joint serves some of the best in the city, and great “pizza al taglio” (pizza by the slice), too!