Spotted by Locals

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Blogger: Sanne & Bart van Poll
Description: Experience Rome like a local.

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January 18th
"Porta Portese" is Rome's biggest market. I can guarantee you: the first time you go there you'll get lost. It's an institution and you should make sure... The post Porta Portese – The Market of Rome appeared first on Spotted by Locals Rome. Continue Reading
January 18th
"Osteria Dar Nasone" Rome is one of those restaurants I go to when I don't want to cook but want something like mum's food. Protip: they have a wine tap... The post Osteria Dar Nasone – Wine as water appeared first on Spotted by Locals Rome. Continue Reading
January 18th
"Sciascia", a historical cafe in Rome, has all the important aspects that for me can make a coffee great: the place, the people, the whole atmosphere... The post Sciascia – The pleasure of coffee appeared first on Spotted by Locals Rome. Continue Reading
January 18th
Rome has many water fountains, or "nasone", where people can quench their thirst. It's a symbol of public water access and a real institution in the city. The post Nasone – Free water everywhere appeared first on Spotted by Locals Rome. Continue Reading
January 18th
"Banco" Rome is a small fast food- something I'm not usually fond of but this spot is most definitely an exception, perhaps the only! Veggie burger and... The post Banco – Fast good food appeared first on Spotted by Locals Rome. Continue Reading