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Traditional Food

Italian gastronomy is very rich and varied. Every region has its own traditional dishes.

It is very typical to have starters in Italy, called antipasti. A traditional one from this area is fiori di zucca, courgette flowers coated in batter and deep fried. As they are seasonal, you can taste them in spring and summer.

Among the most typical main dishes you can find spaghetti alla carbonara, which sauce is made with egg yolk, bacon, parmesan cheese, extra virgin olive oil and black pepper. Another very typical dish is trippa alla romana, made with veal tripe, tomato sauce, mint, roman pecorino cheese and an onion, carrot and celery stir-fry.

Two of the most traditional desserts in Rome are tiramisu, with alternate layers of sponge cake and mascarpone cream, cocoa and coffee; and ice-cream.

Culture

Rome is known to be the city with the largest amount of historical and architectural goods in the world. This is why the cultural offer stands out for being immensely wide.

The monuments you cannot miss out in Rome are the Roman Coliseum, the Roman Forum, Fontana Di Trevi, Navona’s Square, St. Peter’s Square and Basilica, Spain’s Square and the Sistine Chapel.

From the wide offer of museums and galleries we have selected the ones you definitely need to go to:

Borghese Gallery
This gallery, located at Villa Borghese gardens, is one of the best art museums in the world. The museum comprises a great art gallery with paintings from artists like Rafael, Caravaggio, Rubens or Botticelli and a Classic Antiquities exposition. Due to the large amount of visitors the museum receives, you need to book online in advance to visit it.

Altemps Palace
This palace was erected on the 15th century and refurbished a century after under the commands of Cardinal Marco Sittico Altemps. It was opened in 1997 as part of the Roman National Museum. It houses an important collection of Greek and Roman sculptures that belonged to different noble families between the 16th and 17th centuries. The works are shown in rooms decorated with frescos on the walls and ceilings.