Rome with Kids – The Best Family Hotels

Updated: November 19, 2016

Rome with children – Best Hotels

Tips and Recommendations

  • HotelsCombined.com – The best website for finding hotels in Rome.
  • Rome is worth visiting any time of year so if you can only visit in winter it can still be wonderful. My favorite times are Spring and Fall. July and August are the busiest months but great for outdoor dinners and eating gelato in a Roman piazza. Beware of the week before and after August 15th when the city goes on holiday and many local shops and restaurants are closed. (When is the best time to visit Rome?)
  • I highly recommend taking a tour while in Rome. The smaller the better – yes, they cost more, but are worth the expense. An added bonus of tours: they often allow you to skip the huge lineups (and this can be worth the cost of the tour in itself).
  • Best Tours in Rome for Kids: Walks of Italy (great company that hand picks super friendly guides) • Overome (private and semi-private tours of Ancient Rome, the Colosseum, and the Vatican – most tours are 3 hours long)
  • There are several companies that offer Hop On/Hop Off bus tours – This is an easy way to see a lot of the city, but don’t have high expectations. In high season arrive with plenty of patience as finding a seat can take a wait of up to an hour. (Buying tickets in advance won’t help to avoid the lines.)
  • The best gelato in Rome is at Gelateria Fatamorgana with shops in Monti, Trieste, Trastevere, Prati, and near the Spanish Steps.
  • My favorite areas to stay in Rome are Trastevere (loaded with restaurants and bars), Prati (near the Vatican), or Monti (Ancient Rome).

The 11 Best Kid-Friendly Hotels in Rome

1. The Westin Excelsior – luxury

Westin Hotel with Kids
A heated indoor pool, jacuzzi, good sized rooms, and a fantastic location in the heart of Rome are what make the Westin a good choice for families.
nearby: Via Veneto, Spanish Steps, Piazza Barberini
phone: +39 06 47081
metro: Spagna

2. Grand Hotel Parco Dei Principi – luxury

Hotel with Outdoor Pool and Good for Kids
The best outdoor swimming pool in Rome (and a nice indoor pool but you have to be 4 or older to use it). The spa and fitness center are top notch. Beautiful grounds, luxurious rooms, and air conditioning that really works.
nearby: Villa Borghese, National Gallery of Modern Art
phone: +39 06 854421
metro: Free shuttle bus to Veneto street and near to subway stop

3. Internazionale Domus – luxury

Domus Hotel with Kids
1 and 2 bedroom apartments are large. All have kitchenettes. 2-bedroom suites have a second bathroom.
nearby: Via Veneto, Spanish Steps, Piazza Barberini
phone: +39 06 6919 0237
metro: Spagna

4. Cosmopolita Hotel – moderate

Cosmopolitia Hotel with Kids
Great central location. Kid-friendly quadruples have 2 twin and 1 queen bed.
nearby: Trevi Fountain, Forum, Colosseum
phone: +39 06 997071
metro: Colosseo

5. Welcome Piram Hotel – moderate

Good inexpensive family hotel in Rome.
A 2 minute walk from the main train station (with trains to and from the airport, Florence, Venice, Milan, and all major cities). Large quadruples are great for families. Large buffet breakfasts.
nearby: Rome Termini train Station, Hop On/Hop Off Bus Tours
phone: +39 06 4890 1248
metro: Termini

6. Best Western Hotel Canada – moderate

Best Western Canada with Kids
Clean, comfortable, and spacious rooms. Quadruple rooms have 4 twin beds. Good buffet breakfast is included. Close to the train station and direct connections to the airport.
nearby: Termini railway station, La Sapienza University, National Museum of Rome
phone: +39 06 4457770
metro: Castro Pretorio

7. Hotel Grifo – budget

Grifo Hotel with Kids
Quadruple rooms have 2 twin and 1 queen bed and are great for families. Triples also.
nearby: Roman Forum, Colloseum, Palazzo Venezia
phone: +39 06 4871395
metro: Cavour

More Family Hotels in Rome

There are not a lot of hotels in Rome with suites large enough for families. Book early to get the few large rooms available. If the above hotels are fully booked here are 4 more places to stay for families in Rome.

Family Apartments in Rome

1 bedroom family apartment in central Rome.

One-bedroom apartment for families at Lata Luxury Apartment in Rome.


Recommended apartments for families in Rome. Most are self-service rentals with kitchens, washer/dryer, and free wifi.

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41 questions and comments

  1. Rome Hotel with Indoor Pool for Kids

    I am planning a trip to Rome in mid February next year and while looking for hotel I have stumbled across your wonderful site so was looking for your advice.

    I am travelling with my wife and our two sons (6 & 2) as well as my mother and father in law. I was hoping to find a mid range hotel (£600 for three nights) but was hoping for an indoor pool for boys to enjoy however I seem to struggle find many hotels with an indoor pool and realize all outdoor pools closed due to season.

    Any suggestions would be welcome.

    Thanks,
    Jonathan kennedy

    1. DavidDavid My Little Nomads

      There are very few hotels in Rome with an indoor pool. The ones that do have an indoor pool are luxury hotels (and the pools are not large). The Cavalieri has a nice indoor pool but last I heard kids were not allowed (only in the outdoor pool).

  2. Hotel with Separate Sleeping Areas for Parents and Kids

    Hi David

    We are looking to come to Rome at the end of October with a 12 and a 10 year old. My son is interested in Roman mythology etc. (thanks to Rick Riordan, mostly!). We want either 2 separate, but interconnecting hotel rooms (we don’t want 3 beds in one room) or a suite with 2 sleeping room or self-catering appt. All recommendations on area and hotels/ appts/ tours/ activities gratefully received.

    Thanks

    Bev

  3. Pools and Parks in Rome

    Hi David, I’m visiting Rome from the 27/10/16 for 4 nights with my wife and two boys (6 & 9). Both are into playing sports and we’d like to break up the site seeing with some swimming or playing football etc. Can you recommend any pools and parks near central Rome?
    Thanks in advance, Gareth

    1. DavidDavid My Little Nomads

      Rome’s most famous park is Villa Borghese, just east of Piazza del Popolo. It’s a lovely area with plenty of space to run around in and grassy areas for footie, picnics etc. You can also hire bikes at various spots around the park. South of the city centre, and within easy walking distance of the Colosseum, the Circo Massimo is another good option. There’s nothing much left of what was once Rome’s largest racetrack but the kids can mess around on the grassy central area and you can enjoy dramatic views up to the Palatino. Swimming pools are a bit more difficult. Most pools in Rome are out-door summer-only affairs and while there are sports clubs, such as the Centro Sportivo Villa Flaminia, many require membership. Your best bet for a dip would be to head to a hotel with an indoor pool, such as the Grand Hotel Parco dei Principi.

  4. Rome and Florence

    Hi David, I am looking to visit Rome with my son next year who will be 7. He has some physical and learning difficulties with issues walking long distances etc, so I’m looking for somewhere that is safe to stay, but reasonably close to the main “attractions” and easy access to places to eat. Any suggestions? I am on a budget. How easy is it to get a train to Florence? I was hoping to do a touring holiday but most of the companies are advising against it with my son so trying to think of alternative options.

    Maxine

    1. DavidDavid My Little Nomads

      I’d suggest staying in the historic center, Rome’s most atmospheric neighbourhood. You’ll have big sights such as the Pantheon and Piazza Navona on your doorstep and its beautiful lanes are full of restaurants, trattorias and pizzerias. For somewhere to stay, Hotel Pensione Barrett is a good bet. A friendly budget option on Largo di Torre Argentina, it’s well placed for the center and convenient to get to with bus stops and taxis on the square outside. Still in the center, but slightly further up the price scale, Albergo Cesàri offers decent three-star accommodation on a lovely, picturesque piazza. Getting to Florence by train is a breeze. The journey takes about 1.5 hours and there are services every 20 minutes or so from Termini station. Check times on trenitalia.com – note to give Roma Termini as the start point and Firenze S.M.Novella as your destination

  5. Rome for Family of 4 with Kids during Christmas and New Years

    Such useful info, thank you. We are thinking about a trip to Rome for a few days between Christmas and New Year this year to celebrate my husband’s 40th birthday – with our two children aged 5 and 7. Do you think this is a good time to go, or would we be better off finding somewhere else? Are we hoping too much for a centrally located family friendly hotel with an indoor pool? Thanks in advance!

    Claire

    1. DavidDavid My Little Nomads

      The Christmas period is a great time to be in Rome. The center is adorned with festive lights and St Peter’s Square plays host to a giant Christmas tree and presepi (nativity scene). Until 6 January, Piazza Navona, one of the city’s most beautiful squares, stages a popular Christmas market with stalls selling sweets and toys. In recent years, a number of open air ice-skating rinks have been set up at points across town. The main sights are generally open, typically closing on 25 December and 1 January. Some, like the Vatican Museums (home of the Sistine Chapel) have more complicated hours so you’d be advised to check in advance. Similarly, shops and restaurants are mostly open and public transport is working normally.

      For a hotel, you could try the Westin Excelsior Roma, a five-star on Via Veneto, or Hotel De Russie near Piazza del Popolo. Both are well situated and both score highly for comfort and service. Note, however, that the Russie’s saltwater hydropool is only open to the over-12s.

      1. Claire

        Amazing, thank you so much!! Really helpful advice. I am definitely sold on visiting at Christmas, sounds wonderful.

  6. Rome with Kids – Safety and Good Hotel

    Hi David,

    This is going to be our very first trip (mid June 2016) to Rome with a family of 4 with two children of age 11 and 8. We’ll be arriving in train to Rome. We plan to spend 3 nights. We have read so many stories about safety issue, thieves, pickpockets (especially in Metro and city bus) in Rome that we are worried about it. Any recommendation for hotels (moderate to mid-range) in the center for family, besides the one listed here? One we checked was Hotel Dock Suites, however, it seems not close to attractions. Any thoughts?

    Thanks
    HV

    1. DavidDavid My Little Nomads

      First up, Rome is a safe city. In fact, more than thieves or pickpockets the most pressing safety issue you’ll probably face will be crossing the road, which can be a hair-raising experience. That said, it pays to use your common sense on crowded public transport and in touristy areas – keep your hand on your bag when you’re looking up at that incredible church/fresco/fountain etc. There is absolutely no need for paranoia, though.

      Regarding hotels, the Hotel Dock Roma looks fine. It is a bit out of the center but there’s a nearby metro stop and the area is quiet enough – which can be pleasant after a day’s sightseeing. Two alternatives to consider – Albergo Cesàri, a historic three-star overlooking a charming central piazza, and Hotel Modigliani, a friendly outfit near Piazza Barberini. Both have rooms to sleep four.

  7. Location of Radisson Blu in Rome

    Hi, I’ve just booked to go to the Radisson Blu in May with my husband and 7-year old son, which we liked the look of because it had a lovely looking outdoor pool, large airy family rooms, and is close to the train station so we can easily get around the city. However now looking at other sites (TripAdvisor) it’s saying that the hotel is in a really dodgy part of the city. Is it? I am now worried that we will feel confined to the hotel at night and so I should reconsider our choice of accommodation!

    Marie

    1. DavidDavid My Little Nomads

      On the whole, Rome is a safe city. The area around the main train station, Termini, is certainly not the most attractive and some streets west of the station, such as Via Giolitti, are not very appealing. That said, the area is is not as bad as it’s often made out to be – it’s more scruffy than dangerous. You should be fine in the district around the Radisson, although note that there aren’t many great sights or restaurants in the immediate vicinity. If you do decide to change, but still want to be near Termini, consider the area around Piazza della Repubblica. It has good transport connections and there are a number of top hotels, including the St Regis, Palazzo Montemartini, and Boscolo Exedra.

  8. Rome Hotel for Family of 4

    Hello! We are coming to Rome for 6 nights in early July. It’s my husband, myself, our 4 year old and our 1 year old. We are looking for a hotel in the middle of the city where we can easily walk with a stroller to most of the tourist attractions. Also, we are looking for a hotel that has a crib for our 1 year old and we all want to be in the same room. I would appreciate your thoughts and suggestions! Thanks in advance!!
    Lara

    1. DavidDavid My Little Nomads

      Try the Hotel Campo de’ Fiori. It’s ideally located in the heart of the historic center and within walking distance of many sights – Campo de’ Fiori, Piazza Navona, the Pantheon. For a family of four, your best bet would be an apartment which comes with a bedroom and living room, as well as kitchen facilities. Cribs are available on prior booking. Another possibility is Hotel Ponte Sisto, a conveniently situated four-star near the Tiber. Here you’d be well placed for the historic center and, over the river, Trastevere, one of Rome’s most photogenic neighborhoods. The hotels has triple rooms with the possibility of adding a crib.

      1. Westin or Artemide Hotel for Kids?

        Hi again! So we ended up booking at the Westin and Hotel Artemide for July (I need to cancel one of them) Which of these 2 hotels is best to stay at with little ones (ages 4 and 1 years old)? Or which is in a better side of town/closer to kid friendly attractions? Thanks again!

        Lara

        1. DavidDavid My Little Nomads

          Both are excellent hotels, offering cribs and babysitting on request. At the Artemide family rooms sleep up to four with two double beds, one king size and one queen size. At the Westin you can ask for adjoining double rooms. In terms of location, the Artemide is on Via Nazionale, a large shop-lined street that runs from near Stazione Termini towards the historic center. It’s a convenient spot with good public transport connections – there’s a metro station nearby and regular buses run past it. The Westin enjoys a prime location on tree-lined Via Veneto and is within walking distance of sights such as the Spanish Steps and Villa Borghese, Rome’s best-known park. Here you can let the kids off the leash and take them to the city zoo. For my money, the Westin wins the location comparison. What’s more, it also has a small indoor pool.

  9. Hotel Forum or Grand Palatino for Family of 7

    Hello! There are four adults (two seniors) and three children (ages 7, 10, and 12) coming to Rome the first week in August. All of us are big historians and want to stay by the colosseum, forum, and other artifact areas. I’ve been looking at the Hotel Forum and Grand Palatino hotels. I did look at the Palazzo Manfredi, but they only offer “apartments” that are not in the main hotel. We like boutique hotels and have to be at least 4-stars. Which would you suggest?

    Kimmie

    1. DavidDavid My Little Nomads

      An easy walk from the Colosseum and Forums, the Inn at the Roman Forum is an elegant boutique hotel with stylish contemporary rooms and a quiet back street location. And for history buffs, it even has its own ancient ruins – it sits over a 1st century BC tunnel. Another option near the Colosseum is the Hotel Capo d’Africa, a stylish four-star with artistic modern décor and rooms for up to four people.

  10. Rome Hotel with Family Room for Family of 5

    Hi, I am looking to book a long weekend in Rome with three children, 12, 12, and 15. Any recommendations for hotels that can accommodate in a family room. Also what is it like to visit Rome in November?

    Thanks,
    Denise Gard

    1. DavidDavid My Little Nomads

      The Hotel Santa Maria is a good bet. A lovely bolthole in the lively Trastevere neighborhood, it has friendly staff and a charming courtyard with orange trees. In terms of rooms, there’s a quadruple with a double bed and a sofa that transforms into a bunk bed, or a choice of suites. Two other hotel suggestions: Hotel Lancelot, a welcoming three-star near the Colosseum, and Hotel Campo de’ Fiori, a cool boutique hotel with a number of apartments in the historic center. November is off-season in Rome. That means prices are at their lowest and you won’t have to face long queues at places like the Colosseum and St Peter’s Basilica. It’s also a good time for food with many autumnal goodies on restaurant menus. On the flip side, rain is likely, so bring umbrellas and waterproofs.

  11. Parco di Principi or Westin for Family of 3 in Rome?

    Hi David!

    What a great site! Looking for your recommendations for a luxury hotel to stay with a 3 year old from May 27 to June 1, 2016. Have been recommended the Parco Di Principi but concerned it’s too far to walk to restaurants, shops, etc. Is the Westin in a more accessible location?

    Thanks very much,
    Tara

    1. DavidDavid My Little Nomads

      Both are good hotels but if you want to be closer to the action, the Westin is the better bet. The Parco dei Principi is a little way out of the center, on the northeastern flank of Villa Borghese park. The surrounding area is smart but a bit sterile and there’s not a lot going on there. To get into the center from the hotel you’ll need to take a bus or taxi. The Westin is one of several top hotels on wide, tree-lined Via Vittorio Veneto. There are a number of shops and sidewalk restaurants and cafes on the street but, frankly, they’re pretty touristy and overpriced and you’d be better off heading into the center which is a simple walk away – it’s about 15 minutes to the Spanish Steps or Trevi Fountain.

  12. Hotel near Vatican for Family of 4

    Best hotel in the Vatican area with 2 kids and husband. Prefer an apart/hotel type. Many thanks and your blog is inspiring.

    Julie

    1. DavidDavid My Little Nomads

      For character, the Hotel Bramante is hard to beat. A family-run three-star housed in a historic, wood-beamed palazzo near St Peter’s, it offers a warm welcome and has a family room for four.
      The four-star Hotel Alimandi Vaticano is another recommended choice. It’s conveniently located near the entrance to the Vatican Museums and has spacious, classically-decorated family rooms.

      If you’re after an apartment, http://www.romeasyoufeel.com is an online booking agency with loads of furnished flats on its books (but any particular rental is hard to vouch for).

  13. Rome Hotel with 2 Kids

    Hi David.

    We will be traveling to Rome the first week of April with my parents, two adult cousins and my two children (4 and 8). The adults really want to stay near the Vatican. Where would you recommend to stay near the Vatican considering we have two kids… Is there a neighborhood close to the Vatican that’s better than the other?

    Many thanks!

    Tanya

    1. DavidDavid My Little Nomads

      I’d go for Prati, the elegant neighborhood that extends north and east of the Vatican. It’s well connected to the center, quiet at night, and has a good selection of hotels, shops and eateries. Kids in particular will love the area’s excellent takeaways – search out Pizzarium for sliced pizza and Fatamorgana for fabulous gelato.

      The Hotel Bramante is a lovely three-star, tucked away in a small alleyway near the Vatican walls. It’s housed in a historic palazzo and has rooms for up to four people.

  14. Family Trip to Italy on a Budget

    Hi David,

    Thank you for this article! We’re planning a 7 night trip to Rome with 3 little ones (2, 4, & 6) this coming end of June (once school lets out).

    We’re on a budget and are wondering if we would be able to take day trips to Florence and Venice from Rome? Or should we plan overnight trips there? If overnight, do you recommend renting a car (and do they have car seats?). Or should we take the train? And do you have budget hotel recommendations for Florence & Venice?

    Thank you again!

    1. DavidDavid My Little Nomads

      You can do Florence on a day trip from Rome. If you got a fast train at 8.50am, say, you’d be in Florence by 10.20am, which would give you enough time for a whistle-stop tour of the headline sights. You could then get a return train at around 6pm. Check exact times on the Italian Rail website.

      A car would more comfy for the kids but I wouldn’t recommend it. For one thing, it’ll take you much longer to get there. Then there are traffic restrictions in central Florence and parking is a headache.

      To make the most of your time, I’d suggest booking tickets to the major museums (the Uffizi, Accademia) in advance. Also note that many top museums are closed on Mondays.

      Venice is too far to do in a day. Even by fast train it takes almost 4 hours – by car you’d be looking at 6.5 hours minimum. Again, I’d go for the train rather than a car.

      For accommodation in Venice, the Pensione Guerrato is a modest hotel with rooms in a 13th century building near the Rialto market and a selection of apartments.

      If you decide to overnight in Florence, consider the Hotel Dalí, a friendly spot near the Duomo.

  15. Rome with Two Families

    Hi there.

    I am planning a trip to Rome at the end of May for 3 nights – we have two families. Family 1: two adults and three children. Family 2: two adults and two children. I’m struggling to find somewhere half decent in a good location to stay. I like the sound of the Trastevere area or Spanish steps. Help?!
    Thanks
    Maria Boyle

    1. DavidDavid My Little Nomads

      Trastevere and the Spanish Steps are two very different neighborhoods. Trastevere is good looking, lively, and well placed for the center. After dark it hums with life and you’ll find a wide range of places to eat with everything from cheap and cheerful pizzerias to hip fine dining restaurants. In terms of accommodation, there are plenty of hotels and B&Bs, mostly in the mid-range bracket. For two families, consider the Hotel Santa Maria, a welcoming three-star with quad rooms and suites sleeping from four to six people.

      The Spanish Steps neighborhood is an upmarket area famous for its designer shops and elegant boutiques. During the day crowds swarm to Piazza di Spagna, the area’s focal square, and top shopping strips like Via dei Condotti, but the area is much quieter at night. Restaurants around here are expensive and accommodation tends to be high end. For a family stay, you could try the Hotel Scalinata di Spagna, which offers family suites and a great location at the top of the Spanish Steps.

  16. Budget Hotel in Rome for Family of 4

    Hi David. We are planning to come to Rome in July/August 2016 for 4 nights (travelling around Europe) and have two children (12 and 9 years) – where would you stay if you were us – on a moderate budget. With thanks.

    Emma Sedgwick

    1. DavidDavid My Little Nomads

      I’d try the Hotel Santa Maria, an excellent three-star in the Trastevere neighbourhood. Staff are really friendly and there’s a charming courtyard with orange trees where you can have breakfast and sit out in the evening. In terms of rooms, there’s a quadruple with a double bed and a sofa that transforms into a bunk bed, or a choice of suites. Trastevere is a great place to be based. It’s one of Rome’s liveliest and most attractive areas, with hundreds of trattorias, restaurants, pizzerias and gelaterias – the gelato at Fatamorgana at Via Roma Libera 11 is amazing. The historic center is also an easy walk away, just across the river. (To get to Trastevere, I’d suggest a train from Fiumicino airport to Termini and then a taxi.) Another option is the Hotel Lancelot. It’s a bit out of the way, in a quiet street near the Colosseum, but the English-speaking people who run it are really welcoming, and it has bright, well-sized rooms for four. You might also consider an apartment. Hotel Campo de’ Fiori is a cool boutique hotel with a number of apartments in the historic center. These are ideal if you want to be in the heart of the action and come with basic kitchen facilities.

  17. Rome in April with Kids

    Great hotel info!! Going for 3 nights in April with 11 year old twins and a 15 year old. Any suggestions for special events/activities that will engage all? Also, where was the above picture taken with the foosball tables? Lastly, spending the end of the week (3 nights) in Venice. Any hotel choices for that city?
    Thanks in advance:o)

    Samantha Fruhling

    1. DavidDavid My Little Nomads

      There are two big events in April. First up, there’s the Rome Marathon on the 10th. This is a pretty big affair and even if you’re not into sport, the festive atmosphere is fun. Then on the 21st, Rome celebrates its birthday. This yearly bash, known as the Natale di Roma, is celebrated with costumed parades and fireworks. Also on the agenda for mid-April, although the exact date varies from year to year, is the Mostra delle Azalee when they put hundreds of vases of azaleas on the Spanish Steps.

      Museum-wise, there’s an exhibition on at Palazzo della Cancelleria (near Campo de’ Fiori) called Leonardo da Vinci – Il Genio e Le Invenzioni – it’s dedicated to the machines that Leonardo da Vinci designed, and has many scale models. For something a bit different, consider a visit to the Cinecittà film studios where you can look around some amazing movie sets. The studios are some way off the beaten track in the southern suburbs, but are easy enough to get to – take metro line A to Cinecittà.

      As for activities, the weather in April is generally pretty good, so you could hire bikes to explore Villa Borghese park. Or try your hand at ancient combat at the Roman Gladiator School out on the Appian Way (Via Appia Antica).

      The picture above was taken on the banks of the Tiber in the Trastevere neighborhood.

      Large family rooms are rare in Venice. The Palazzo Vitturi has some larger rooms and the San Marco Palace has family rooms that sleep 5.

  18. Day Trip to Florence from Rome

    Great info here. Well done. Plan to be in Rome for 5 days/6 nights with 2 kids in early teens. How would you break up the time with our interests being Rome and Florence. Should we do a day trip to Florence or is it worth a 2 days and a night? If we do the day trip does the train to Florence leave from the main train station? And is the train station in Florence central or outside of town.
    Thanks, Donna.

    1. DavidDavid My Little Nomads

      I would do at least one night in Florence. It deserves 2 full days. Trains depart from Roma Termini (the main station) and the high speed trains go to Santa Maria station in Florence (very central and walking distance to the top sights) and take 1.5 hours. Slower and cheaper regional trains go to a different station but since you don’t have a lot of time be sure to get the a high speed train (which require seat reservations).

  19. Best Pizza in Rome (for Family)

    What is the best pizzeria in Rome? We’ll be traveling with 2 kids (if that makes any difference).

    1. DavidDavid My Little Nomads

      Pizzeria Ai Marmi in Trastevere is my favorite. Traditional wood-oven pizza popular with locals too. Lineups start early evening. The name is not on the sign so you have to know what you’re looking for. Most taxi drivers know of it. Trastevere is a wonderful and colorful neighborhood to wander around so plan on hanging out a bit after dinner. Many gelato shops in the area (as you walk back towards the river).
      Best Family Pizzeria in Rome

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