Nina Casetta De Trastevere

Viale Trastevere 66, Rome, 153, Italy
Nina Casetta De Trastevere
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Romantic restaurants

by IngvildOslo

Hi,

Two of my friends are getting married, and some friends and I would like to get them a great dinner when they are heading to Rome for their honeymoon - as their wedding present. Do any of you have any tips? They are both passionate about Italian red wine, so I'm thinking no seafood or fish restaurants. Also, I think I'd rather not go with the hotel restaurants - but is that a mistake? We're considering Ferrara, but neither of us have ever been there, so... They're staying in Rome in mid September. Best regards.

Re: Romantic restaurants

by mccalpin

Oddly, the restaurant that is regarded as the best (and most expensive) in Rome is the restaurant in the Cavalieri Hilton on the north side of Rome. Being in a tall building on a hill on the north end of Rome, the place has tremendous views, as you can imagine.

See
http://forum.virtualtourist.com/discussion-354441-1-1-Travel-0-144659-Rome-discussion.html
http://forum.virtualtourist.com/discussion-200506-1-1-Travel-0-144659-Rome-discussion.html
http://forum.virtualtourist.com/discussion-203815-1-1-Travel-0-144659-Rome-discussion.html
for more ideas and discussions...

Bill

Re: Romantic restaurants

by IngvildOslo

Thanks!
I know people keep raving about La Pergola, and I'm sure the food is absolutely fantastic. It's just that I somehow don't see it as typically Italian or Roman - could be a fab restaurant just about anywhere in the world. Is that a wrong perception? My friends are 29 and 34 years old.
Thank you so much for your help.

Re: Romantic restaurants

by domenicococozza

Check out www.rivadestra.com - might be what you're looking for

Re: Romantic restaurants

by SunTanBob

We dined here on the Terrace and it was great:

http://www.casinavaladier.it/home.asp?IDLang=2

It is a renovated historic structure situated in Villa Borghese overlooking Roma. High on charm. The food was outstanding, the views were awesome, and after dinner you stroll through a beautiful park lit up all mellow and filled with white marble busts, just an awesome Roma experience. We made a reservation by email and specifically requested the terrace and it all worked out nicely.

Hope this helps.

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Celebrations

by shivan

Roma has won the 2000-2001 Italian Championship, after 18 years of waiting.

On June 17th, an estimated million people filled roads and squares in Rome celebrating the victory, parading with flags, motorbikes, scooters, carrying flags and sometimes dressed as ancient centurions.

The party lasted all the night and for the upcoming 7 days and nights. The city traffic has been partly paralyzed. I'm also proud to say that nobody has remained injured or got jailed during the party.

Some days later a big concert took place in Circo Massimo (an ancient Roman arena in Rome) with 1,2 million people attending.

Here are some shots of that day, courtesy of Carlo (for more please contact my friend Carlo).

This is Piazza del Popolo on june 17th

walking the streets of Rome

by tompt

Just walk around some streets in the center of Rome or just across the river in the Trastevere area.
Absorb the atmosphere and look around for nice picture oppertunaties.

When you are walking in the city center you will notice a lot of streets with this sign stating: area pedonale. But don't expect it do be car free....... Almost every street with this sign we walked we encountered cars. As the picture shows there cars in the street. In this case not moving, but once they travelled to that spot.

Driving in Rome requires some...

by aldo007

Driving in Rome requires some skill and a lot of concentration, so we drove to the nearest train station (only about 1km from the camp grounds) from where we caught direct trains to the main train station. From here there's a metro service that reaches most of the tourist attractions.

Unbelivable Pastries!

by OnTheRoadGoombah about Guerri's

Our hosts treated us to lunch and dessert was provided by Guerri's. By far and away, the best pastries I have ever tasted. Everthing was fresh and delcious, not overly sweet and just an absoulte art.

We had some pistachio cream filled puff pastries, Sicilian cassatas and other assorted delights. I am not big on pistachios, but the pistachio cream pastries were unbelievable.

Spanish Steps

by kazander

The 2nd time I visited Rome, the top of the Spanish Steps were just down the block from my hotel. Not only are they beautiful but a favorite hangout for many people. (Lots of Tourists)
At the bottom of the steps are men selling flowers. Be careful of them they are very pushy and TOUCHY! You must give them a firm no and walk away otherwise they will not stop badgering you.

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Address: Viale Trastevere 66, Rome, 153, Italy