Rome is a capital city of the mighty Roman Empire, a city where the renaissance first bloomed it’s buds, a place where they successfully carry the legacy of the century-old food style, a destination where the aroma of freshly made pasta tossed in extra virgin olive oil, sun-baked tomatoes, celery, asparagus and mozzarella cheese with some homemade wine are the ultimate platter they offer their guests.
Here are a few tips to note while visiting Rome—
Monday is a holiday
If you are planning for the Roman forum tour or a walking tour, make sure Mondays are off as the historical sites remain open on weekends.
Experience Good Food
If you want to save more euros in Rome on your meals- indulge your alcoholic appetite with a house wine. It’s good and cheap. For food- you shouldn’t eat in front of the Pantheon or any famous place. It’s for the location and the view you’ll pay but not for good food.
Don’t worry; there are places that can guarantee you gastronomical indulgence by offering your amazing pizza, risotto, pizza binaca, good pasta, burgers, Indian food, gelato etc in Rome. Under 5 Euros, the Pastifico serves amazing pasta. Also visit, Forno Campo de’ Fiori, Pinsere, La Renella, Trattoria Vecchia Roma, Kathmandu fast Food etc for cheap and good food for 4-9 Euros.
Get acquainted with the meal times
Romans are lazy people. They enjoy life par excellent. So they also do their dinner late say around 9-10 pm. So, you may not get the dinner served before 8 in many restaurants.
If you’re fascinated to experience the beauty, grandeur and the quintessential Rome after watching Roman Holidays or reading the Roman Episode of the famous Eat, Pray, Love- welcome to the Italian capital where the unmatchable Mediterranean climate will awe-inspire you.