Try roasted chestnuts#20 of 66 things to do in Rome
Now around Rome are traders that give you a bag with roasted chestnuts just for €3–10.
Take a bag of roasted chestnuts from a local seller and take a walk through the city, snapping delicious street food.
Benito Mussolini was living in the Villa Torlonia for a few years and built the bunker to hide himself and his family in case of bombardment.How much: from 7 euros3Villa Torlonia
How can you come to Rome and don't try traditionally Italian dish, which is served in any restaurant in the city?How much: price unknown17Rome
In the Villa Borghese's park here is the man-made lake and the temple in the center of it.How much: price unknown4Villa Borghese
You should definitely try pizza in Italy - because it is completely different from the one that is prepared at your homeland.How much: from 8 euros15Rome
In the most authentic Rome district the friendly restourants are located. The restouranyt master will meet you and help to choose the best dish and vine.How much: price unknown7Trastevere
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!How much: from 7 euros3Rome
You can see thrre countries through one this keyhole.How much: free49Piazza of Knights of Malta
Sweet delicacy named zeppole - is an Italian donut field with a dilicious pasty cream and fried in boiling oil.How much: from 2 euros4Rome
On the terrace of the Palazzo Caffarelli, you can take a cup of coffee and admire the views.How much: from 10 euros28Caffè Capitolino
In April, when Rome is celebrating the spring, all the city is filled of flowers, and the Spanish Steps are decorated with azaleas.How much: price unknown5Spanish Steps
Take a delicious Italian meal, a bottle of wine and have a rest under the shade of the trees, enjoying the peace and quiet.How much: free25Villa Borghese
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