Trastevere is probably Rome's most lively part of Rome. Here you will find medieval alleys, art workshops and the most amazing nightlife, and in this district there is always something to discover.
Trastevere means on the other side of the Tiber. It's not an isolated part of the city, but rather a small village in the big city of Rome. But "the little town" is definitely worth visiting there are beautiful buildings, bars that can be bought the world's best pizzas and homemade specialties.
The cobblestone streets are suitable for a walk. At Piazza San Cosimato you can find typical Italian food at favorable prices. The market is open Monday to Saturday.
If you look out to the southeastern, you can see the San Cosimato church. Nearby is a hospital whose hallway and hall contain interesting attractions, including Roman ruins, which are visible from the outside.
If you go for a walk on Via Luigi Santina and get past No. 22, which is an authentic French bakery, you should try a delicious breakfast, it's a real calorie bomb, but you can burn some of the calories by climbing a trip on Gianicolo Hills. Once you get halfway up, you can use the stairs at Via Gottfredo Mameli. When you arrive at Gianicolo's top you stand in front of a fountains and you have a unique view of Rome's roofs.
After such a hike, you probably need a meal. The solution is close by at Piazza de Sant Appollonia 11, an osteria where fresh pasta is served with products from the sea around Sardinia. And on Via dei Vascellari 29 is the family-run restaurant Da Enzo al 29, where you can get the perfect Roman food.
If you would like pizza, you will need to find Via San Francesco Ripa 137. Here is a business where you can enjoy a piece of pizza or a simple pasta dish.
Trastevere's cobblestone little streets are definitely worth a trip. The route could, for example, be walking past Piazza di Santa Maria, crossing the square to Sant Egidio and onwards via della Scala. On your trip you should take a break and find some photo motifs, which are good possibilities for. On Via della Lungara, here is the Villa Farnesina, dating from the 16th century, in the magnificent villa, frescoes of classical artists such as Raphael are seen.
Trastevere is a great picturesque labyrinth, with art, architecture, restaurants, nightclubs and cinemas.