Trastevere is one of the most pleasant neighbourhoods in the city. Its peaceful and bohemian atmosphere is capable of dazzling tourists without failing to attract assiduous Roman citizens.

What to see in the Trastevere

The life of the neighbourhood is especially concentrated around the Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere, where you can see the ancient Basilica of Our Lady in Trastevere. The great fountain in front of the temple serves as a meeting place, a resting spot, or simply somewhere to have an ice cream on a hot day.

A walk through the narrow cobbled streets of the Trastevere shows hidden treasures such as modest medieval churches, small shops with the most unusual objects, or even some scenes of everyday life seemingly taken from a forgotten age.

Traditional Roman Cuisine

The Trastevere is one of the best areas for dining in Rome making it very pleasant for a walk through its streets, especially as night falls and the time for supper approaches.

Visitors seeking the most traditional bars, and those who prefer more modern and innovative venues will all find the perfect spot in the Trastevere.


Tram stop: Trastevere/Mastai, line 8.
Bus stop: Trastevere/Mastai, lines 23, 280 and 780.