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Piazza Navona in Rome.
Piazza Navona in Rome.

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SAS Crew tips: Rome

Many a person has fallen for the charms of the Eternal City and during a year spent living in Rome, SAS Air Steward Malin Samuelsson was no exception. Here are her tips on where to go, what to see and what to eat.

Trattoria Luzzi

Trattoria Luzzi is close to the Colosseum and perfect for lunch while you do all the sightseeing. The food is great and the prices are reasonable.

Trattoria Luzzi

Via di S. Giovanni in Laterano, 88

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Trattoria Vecchia Roma

One of my all time ­favorite restaurants around the world. Every time I go to Rome a visit here is a must. Try the Bucatini Amatriciana Flambè. You have to make reservations.

Trattoria Vecchia Roma

Via Ferruccio, 12/b/c

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Pastificio Guerra

You’ll find this cozy restaurant close to the Spanish Steps. Each day they make two different kinds of pasta that will cost you just €4. The food is served in takeaway plates and you can easily bring it with you and enjoy it in the sun.

Pastificio Guerra

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Piazza Navona

At Piazza Navona you’ll find many bars during the evening. I often went here with my friends and we used to take one drink at one place and then move on to another. It’s a great area with a lot of life.

Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona, 00186 Roma RM

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Circolo degli Illuminati

You will find many nightclubs in Rome but we often went to this one. It has three different rooms and an ample garden so it offers a wide variety of musical genres.

Circolo degli Illuminati

Via Giuseppe Libetta, 1

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Aperitivo

Most of the bars around the city offer the Italian aperitivo which means that if you buy a beer, wine or drink (typical aperitivo drink is Aperol Spritz) you’ll either be served some cold cuts and cheese or get access to a buffet with lots of different finger food at no extra cost. Do this in the afternoon while you rest your feet after all the walking. Some of them even offer so much food that the Italians call it Apericena (cena = dinner).

Last edited: May 17, 2018

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