Trastevere – Testaccio

Trastevere - Testaccio


The Trastevere district is the place in Rome where the Roman people were born and developed.

Source of inspiration for the poets Belli and Trilussa, Trastevere is the heart of Rome.

Among the cobblestones, the squares and the Fontanone, the inhabitants of the neighborhood, the people of Trastevere, led their people’s lives in ancient times, distinguishing themselves from the nobility for their proud and genuine character, and for the beauty of their women.

Today, the Trastevere district is among the most beautiful and characteristic of Rome, the hub of nightlife and food and wine, open-air theater of wonderful squares (Piazza Trilussa, Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere, Piazza S. Cosimato …), churches and historic alleys , ancient and contemporary emblem of Roman times.

In the evening it is very pleasant to take a walk in the Testaccio district, the popular area enclosed between via Marmorata, the Aurelian Walls and the Tiber, which immediately refers to the yellow and red heart, the other half of the football faith of Rome. Here you can breathe an original atmosphere: the neighborhood is jam-packed with clubs and entertainment venues, one more intriguing than the other, which have transformed the nights of the area around Monte Testaccio into a real capitoline nightlife.

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  1. November 8, 2020

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