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Try unusual candy ice cream, warm creamy drink and ice-cream cake in one of the oldest gelateria in Rome.
How to visit the oldest gelateria in Rome in Rome
In the Giovanni Fassi's gelateria (Palazzo del Freddo Giovanni Fassi) you can try delicious ice cream, garnished with fresh whipped cream, unusual sweets with ice cream, hot coffee drinks with different flavors and the best ice cream cakes in town.

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#16Giovanni Fassi's gelateria in RomeGiovanni Fassi's gelateria

The Giovanni Fassi's gelateria exists since 1880 and is considered one of the oldest not only in Rome but throughout Italy.

Open hours: from 11:59 am to 10:00 pm
Official website: http://www.palazzodelfreddo.it

How much?

€1.6 for three different flavors.

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Guest29 January 2022
Guest10 January 2017Самое вкусное мороженное в мире! Там же можно и пообедать если положить мороженное в панини.

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