Roma, Italy

Prati for Foodies

with Giulia B.

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Located near the Vatican City, Prati is an elegant neighborhood consecrated to shopping and fancy restaurants. Wandering around Prati’s beautiful Umbertino buildings (a typical Italian style from the end of the 19th century), Art Nouveau villas, Rationalist architectures from the Fascist regime and wide, tree-lined boulevards, we are going to visit several food shops (coffee, wine, ice-cream, hand-made pasta, food boutiques, sandwich bars, pastries and more), among which the best bakery in Rome. Highlight of the tour is the New Trionfale Market, a covered market opened in 2009 to replace the old Via Andrea Doria market along the same street. It is located inside a modern architecture and it hosts more than 100 stalls selling vegetables, cheese, meat, spices, baked products, fish and more.

The price includes 1 pastry.

Please note that the Trionfale Food Market is open until 2pm from Monday to Saturday, and until 7pm only on Tuesday and Friday.

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$35
per person
for 2 hours


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Giulia B.

I am an urban travel blogger (www.blocal-travel.com) born and raised in Rome. I like to travel off-the-beaten path and to write about unconventional destinations, abandoned places, street art, outskirts, urban landscapes, weird spots and basically all the places I happen to visit and become very enthusiastic about. Full profile Leave a Review


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