Trastevere neighborhood in Rome

There is no doubt that Rome is one of the great European capitals and one of the most interesting and beautiful cities in the world, thanks in part to the magic that its many historical monuments give off and that attract the attention of tourists from all over the world. The Italian capital also has a great variety of neighborhoods, all of them very interesting and with peculiarities that make them unique.

One of the most famous neighborhoods in Rome is Trastevere , which is on the west bank of the Tiber River, south of the Vatican. It is a mainly residential neighborhood whose beauty stands out in its streets, which are narrow and cobbled. The houses in the area are beautiful, almost all in medieval style. It is an area where many of the students who attend the city’s universities live.

Piazza di Santa Maria

In the Trastevere district there are also a large number of bars, restaurants and cafes, as well as traditional shops, art galleries and luxury boutiques. The greatest animation of the neighborhood can be found in Piazza di Santa Maria, a beautiful and huge square that is one of the oldest in the city and in which there are several cafes and restaurants. In this square there is also the Church of Santa Maria , one of the most interesting in the city.

Interesting places

Other places that are also worth visiting in this neighborhood are the Church of Santa Cecilia, the Museo di Roma (it has some of the most interesting archives from Roman times) or the statue of Giuseppe Gioacchino Belli (a well-loved poet in the neighborhood. ). If you are in the city on a Sunday, be sure to go to Porta Portese , one of the most interesting markets in the city and where you can find spectacular antiques.