Foodie Guide to Rome, Italy by Neighborhood

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  • Italy

  • Rome

  • Food & Wine

  • Arts & Culture

  • Local Food

  • Entertainment

  • Foodie

Street in Rome
Curator’s statement

I don't have to convince you that Rome is an incredible city with lovely locals, rich culture and more history than you'll ever be able to cover in one trip. My secret for getting to know locals, culture and history is through food. And boy, are Romans passionate about their food! All will tell you that they are Roman first, Italian second. I love that fierce community feel! Whether you're in Termini or Trastevere, near the Colosseum or in the heart of the Historic Centre neighborhood (vicinato in Italian), delicious eats are around every corner!

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Where to stay in Rome

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Six Senses, Rome

This Six Senses property, once a noble palazzo, is located right in Rome’s center, set back from Via del Corso, one of Rome’s main streets and is now a destination for tourists and locals alike.

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The Hoxton, Rome

Stylish hotel steps from arts & culture in Rome's Salario neighborhood.

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  • Welcome amenity.

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Hotel Chapter Roma

The pick for design hounds, with Art Deco touches in the oversized rooms and a ground-floor bar for the style set.

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Places to eat & drink in Rome

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Historic Vicinato

This neighborhood includes Piazza Navona, Trevi Fountain, and the Spanish Steps. The center of all the action!

Regola Vicinato

Nearby to the historic area, includes the famous Campo de' Fiori.

Colosseum Vicinato

Ancient Rome including the Colosseum, Palatine Hill, and Roman Forum

Trastevere Vicinato

Located across the river Tiber and south of the Vatican, this hip neighborhood has plenty of delicious eats to choose from.

Prati Vicinato

Neighborhood East of Vatican City

Need to Know

For more travel tips, check out my guide, Best 1 Week Itinerary for Rome, Italy.

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This is part of our our longer series on travel to Italy.