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Giolitti gelateria in Rome

It is one of the oldest and most famous gelateria in the city, where you can find extremely delicious ice cream.

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Giolitti gelateria

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Giolitti is in Rome since 1890 and it is one of the oldest gelateria in the city. It became famous after the film "Roman Holiday", when Gregory Peck bought here an ice cream in waffle cone to Audrey Hepburn.

In Giolitti you can try ice cream with champagne taste, wine, fried rice, as well as the Coppa Giolitti of chocolate ice cream, grated hazelnuts, whipped cream and zabaione according to old recipe.

You can buy here small portions of ice cream and ice cream the size of a human hand.

Region: Rome, Italy

Location: via Uffici del Vicario, 40

Open hours: from 7 am till 1:30 am

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Try the ice cream with champagne in Rome
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You can try the unusual ice cream with champagne taste in one of the oldest gelateria in Rome.

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