Rome offers more than just world-famous landmarks and museums. This historic city is a patchwork of unique neighborhoods, each with its own distinct character, dining options, shopping scenes, and cityscape.
Take a guided walking tour to discover the charms of bohemian Trastevere’s cobbled lanes and squares, browse the vintage shops and independent boutiques in the chic Monti area, or learn about the history that stretches from ancient Rome to WWII in the former Jewish Ghetto. Many of these quarters are ideal for a food tour that encompasses local markets, landmark delis, bakeries, and restaurants.
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