Rome Virtual Tours

Rome Virtual Tours

While we cannot meet in person this year in Rome, we believe that we can still enjoy the beauty of the Eternal City virtually. Stroll through the streets of Rome and explore some of its most magnificent sights.

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Rome Local Cuisine

Pasta Carbonara

A perfect carbonara is the cherry on top of a perfect experience in the city of Rome. This creamy egg-based sauce is dotted with pieces of succulent guanciale (cured pork jowl) and a healthy dash of black pepper to balance the flavors.

Source: The Culture Trip

Supplì

The best way to whet your appetite before digging into a personal pizza is with fritti: deep-fried goodies that are tasty, comforting and oh-so-satisfying. A classic choice is the supplì, a fried rice-ball mixed with ragù and mozzarella and cooked to perfection.

Source: The Culture Trip

Pizza Romana

Though pizza was originally invented in Naples, the Roman version is thinner, crisper and lighter than its Neapolitan cousin. Again, flavours tend towards simple: many Romans opt for a classic margherita or add a pair of ingredients. For more oomph, order the capricciosa topped with prosciutto, mushrooms, olives and a hard-boiled egg.

Source: The Culture Trip

Maritozzo

In Rome, alongside cornetti (croissants) of various types, you’ll also find the improbable maritozzo: a sweet bread roll filled with whipped cream. It is a sure-fire way to start your day with a healthy dose of calories to spur your sightseeing marathon.

Source: The Culture Trip

Gelato

Rome is home to thousands of gelateria selling scoops of classic flavours and whimsical originals. With such a glut, virtually every Roman has access to gelato en route to work or home, so it should come as no surprise that many locals enjoy this frozen treat on a regular basis.

Source: BBC Good Food

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