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The Giovanni Fassi's gelateria exists since 1880 and is considered one of the oldest not only in Rome but throughout Italy.
The Giovanni Fassi's gelateria (Palazzo del Freddo Giovanni Fassi) is just a few steps from Vittorio Emanuele Metro Station. This is one of the biggest gelateria in the city, here you can find not only travelers but Romans.
It serves all kinds of ice cream, the most delicious cakes in town and unusual sweets with ice cream. In addition to ice cream you can take warm drinks with cream, pancakes and much more.
In Fassi gelateria prices are lower than in another places, and there are 4 balls of ice-cream in portion instead of three as in another places.
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Giovanni Fassi's gelateria on the map
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