Museo di Roma in Trastevere
Housed in a 17th-century Carmelite convent, this museum hosts excellent temporary photography exhibitions that are usually worth the...
Resembling a crenellated keep, Porta Settimiana marks the start of Via della Lungara, the 16th-century road that connects Trastevere...
Bar le Cinque
There’s no sign outside, and it looks like a run-down ordinary bar, but this is a long-standing Trastevere favourite and always has a...
Eat beneath the fluttering knickers of the neighbourhood at this terrific trattoria, frequented by hungry locals and tourists, and...
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Lonely Planet review
This is your classic family affair; the menu is short, cuisine robust, portions are huge, and the atmosphere is lively. Expect baccalà con patate on Fridays and gnocchi on Thursdays, but other dishes – such as coniglio all cacciatore (rabbit, hunter-style) or polpette al sugo (meatballs in sauce) – whichever day you like.