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...
La Botticella information
Lonely Planet review
On a quiet Trastevere backstreet, La Botticella offers pure Roman cooking, outside under the lines of flapping washing, or inside in the picture-lined salon. Menu stalwarts include tripe and rigatoni alla paiata (pasta with calf’s intestines), but there are less demanding dishes, such as an excellent spaghetti all’amatriciana .