Roasted chestnuts in ancient Rome were served as a dessert, they were roasted on the fire, and Romans ate them with wine.
Now around Rome are traders that give you a bag with roasted chestnuts just for €3–10.
Tips and hints: you can buy roasted chestnuts near Spanish Square or near the Colosseum.
Prices: from €3 to €10.
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