Roma || Trastevere

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Trastevere, pronounced as “tras-TEH-ve-ray”, is one of our favorite places in Roma, Italy. It’s narrow cobbled streets and medieval homes are hard to resist, and at night the place comes alive with locals and tourists alike, roaming the streets eating gelato, sitting outdoors enjoying vino & birra, or eating at one of the many trattorias or ristorantes.

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7 responses to Roma || Trastevere

  1. backpackbee

    Ughhhh looking at your photos is torture! haha! I’m so glad I can see them though and dream. One day I will get there. For now sending greetings from a cold, cold, S. Korea.

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  2. koulideas

    What memories! I visited many years ago, found a great hole in the wall elegant restaurant that served one of the best steaks I have ever eaten.

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  3. Radu

    Native english speaking tourists in Italy are so easy to spot not by their accent, but due to the absolutely incomprehensible insistence on pronouncing “e” as “ay”.

    It’s the single most ridiculous and risible fault, especially since it’s so damned easy to correct; instead it’s being perpetrated and perpetuated ad nauseum by everyone from random blogs to the Rough Guide.

    For the love of… Italian: pronounce the “e” exactly as the one in “red”, “Ned”, “bed” or “dead”. That’s all there is to it. Really. Do it now, and teach all your friends. Please. Thank you.

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