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Crostata is known not only for its exquisite taste, but also for "lattice" dough that covers the filling.
It costs over €5.
Each day travellers throw coins in this fountain to come back to Rome. 1,4 million euros were thrown here during the last year.FREE10Trevi Fountain
Visit the ancient pyramid in the heart of Europe, which size is about a 9-storey building, and where the Roman magistrate buried.510Pyramid of Caius Cestius
Be like a hero of the film "Roman Holiday", ride on the iconic scooter toward adventures in Rome!4568
The observation deck here on the Pinncian hill in the Villa Borghese park offers the great views of the evening Rome.FREE6Villa Borghese
Even living on the other side of the planet, anyone can become a sponsor for a Roman cat.FREE8Largo di Torre Argentina
On the terrace of the Palazzo Caffarelli, you can take a cup of coffee and admire the views.1028Caffè Capitolino
How can you come to Rome and don't try traditionally Italian dish, which is served in any restaurant in the city?17
This amphiteatre has almost two thousands years history. Touch the stones, that had seen the Ancient Rome.4.5045Colosseum
One of the most unusual Italian dishes is Fiori di zucca made of zucchini flowers, mozzarella and anchovies. Yes, it sounds strange, but it's really tasty!73
Try a delicious cake made of unusual chestnut flour and olive oil.22
Go down to Temple of Mithras into the basement of the ancient basilica and knelt before the deity consent and sunlight :)109Basilica of Saint Clement
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