The known Trastevere neighborhood, in the city of Rome, it is one of the most charming. If you really want to know and experience its atmosphere you must spend a whole day among its streets, without hurry, discovering the life of the true Romans.
It was the neighborhood where Syrians and working Jews resided at the time of the Lower Empire. Today a place with artisan workshops, bookstores and art galleries in its cobbled streets.
Venture to discover the churches and their artistic treasures, the work of the most renowned creators. By the fourth century the first Christian churches emerged there, being that of Santa Maria in Trastevere the oldest, of the year 317. The Church of San Francesco to Ripa and of Saint Cecilia.
Over the years the richest Romans built their mansions with gardens here, such as the Corsini Palace, wave Villa Farnesina. We can find the medieval tower of the Anguillara, for example.
Here you will find the typical meals served in the most characteristic restaurants and bars of the city, at very convenient prices. Take a real capuccino In a traditional Trastevere bar it is a real treat.
At night, the Piazza Sta. María in Trastevere It becomes the center of the city’s nightlife. Meeting point of Roman youth, street artists and tourists. People looking for a friendly chat in a relaxed and festive atmosphere.