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What to eat in Rome In our article titled, we have already shared information and photos about the most popular local dishes you can taste during the trip. But when it comes to places to visit in Rome, I wanted to briefly share information here for those who want to take a lunch break.

Considering the Italian food culture, Rome should be evaluated in a separate category. Because the city was influenced by both the south and the north in this regard.

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Its main diversity is thanks to its inhabitants of different ethnic origins. Naturally, you can be sure that you can easily find the flavors that suit your taste while you are vacationing in Rome.

Of course, if you ask me, you should definitely give local flavors a chance. Like which recipes? Here are their answers:

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Suppli (Fried Rice Balls)
Mortazza
Trapizzino
Tigelle
Pizza
Pasta (Pasta)
Risotto
Minestrone Soup
Fried Artichokes
Saltimbocca Alla Romana
Ice Cream (Gelato)
Tiramisu

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Where to go for shopping in Rome? It is impossible to return empty-handed after a holiday in Rome for days, right? Already, the capital of Italy makes its guests very happy with the options it offers in shopping, as in many other subjects.

When you want to buy something, you can visit the boutiques on Via Frattina, Via del Governo Vecchio and Via dei Coronari, apart from the streets like Via Condotti and Via del Corso, which I have explained in detail in the list.

You can visit the places in Monti District to get to know the shopping habits of the local people and to find affordable products. These regions that I have mentioned are also very rich in terms of shopping centers.

If you like to hunt for items bearing traces of local culture, you can visit the Roman street markets listed below.

Borghetto Flaminio Market
Porta Portese Market
Fontanella Borghese Market
La Soffitta Sotto
San Cosimato Market

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If you want to get more detailed information about shopping in Rome, where to shop in Rome? and what to buy from Rome? You can read our articles.

Movies to Watch Before Going to RomeI wanted to share with you a few films that can be a source of inspiration before the Roman holiday. Will it be obvious? Maybe you can go to a place you will see in the movie you watch and experience adventures that you cannot get rid of for a long time.

To Rome With Love (2012) – IMDB Rating: 6.3
Eat Pray Love (2010) – IMDB Rating: 5.8
Angels and Demons (2009) – IMDB Rating: 6.7
Gladiator (2000) – IMDB Rating: 8.5
Gorgeous Beauty (2013) – IMDB Rating: 7.8

Places to Visit in the Evening in RomeObviously, daytime hours in Rome pass in a rush. But experienced travelers prefer to take things a little slower and devote some of their energies to the evening hours. If you want to do like them and witness the most enjoyable moments of the city, you can create a mini list containing the following places.

Trastevere for a pleasant dinner
Spanish Steps and its surroundings for a breath of fresh air
Campo dei Flori for fun

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Places to Visit in Rome in Rainy / Cold WeatherIf you have planned your holiday in winter, and if the weather is rainy and cold, do not panic. Because remember! There is definitely a place for everyone and every situation in Rome. Which are these places? Here are some examples for you:

Vatican Museums
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Catacombe di San Callisto
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Capitoline Museum
In summary, Where to Visit in Rome? We have come to the end of the guide to places to visit in Rome, which I compiled based on my own experiences. However, I would like to underline once again that you will be full of history and entertainment in the capital of Italy. But if you ask me, I would say that the best method is to make a mixed list like the one below and get to know all the colors of Rome.

Colosseum (Colosseo)
pantheon
Trevi Fountain & Fountain of Love (Fontana di Trevi)
Roman Forum
Navona Square (Piazza Navona)
Vatican Museums & Sistine Chapel (Musei Vaticani)
St. Peter’s Basilica (Basilica di San Pietro)
Spanish stairs
Castel Sant’Angelo
Borghese Gallery & Villa Borghese (Galleria Borghese)
Finally; Rome travel guide and what to do in Rome with all the information you may need during your trip to Rome. You can also find it in our content titled.