While I’d travelled to Paris many times in the past three years I completely forgot how beautiful Rome was. I can’t believe that my last time is already two years ago. All my posts from there are up here.
My aunt brought us to Scarpone, which is a really popular restaurant for Roman people. You’ll probably won’t find any tourists here. We had delicous carciofi alla Guida, paccheri all’Amatriciana and delicious gnocchi. Highly to recommend!
A friend of mine recommended Il Rugantino, which has a lovely terrace outside. Even though, it was a very touristic place I’d eaten a delicious plate of spaghetti alle vongole. The prices are very reasonable and I paid 10€ in total (a liter of water cost 1€, which I’ve never seen before). Good thing is that they don’t charge any covers.
4 days in Rome
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