Rome/Trastevere

Santa Maria in Trastevere

Trastevere is a district in Rome. The district's name derives from the Latin words "Trans Tiberem": beyond the Tiber river. Today Trastevere is one of the centers of Roman night life; rich in pubs, restaurants, clubs. Trastevere has a high population of expatriates and American college students as there are two American universities in the area.

Get in

By train

Trains (marked regionale, not the express to Termini) from Leonardo da Vinci airport stop at Trastevere Railway station. Then hop on tram n° 8.

By tram

Tram n° 8 from Piazza Argentina is a nice tram for the short distance from close to the Pantheon to Trastevere. It runs frequently but unless you have luggage Trastevere is close enough to walk.

By bus

By car

Cars of non-residents of Trastevere are not permitted to park there after dark so you'll have to park close and walk if you're going by car. Beware that on weekends or on any warm evening parking can involve driving round in circles for a long time looking for a place.

See

Ponte Sisto
The interior of Santa Maria

The Janiculum

The Tempietto
Fontana dell'Acqua Paola

Do

Night life in Piazza Trilussa

Buy

Eat

Isola Tiberina from ponte Garibaldi

Trastevere is the best place in city to get great Italian food at reasonable prices. There are dozens of quality restaurants in this area. A few are listed below; prices for a pizza or pasta dish with some wine or beer and bruschetta are around €12-15 and should not exceed €20 per person, though if you want to spend more you certainly have the option. Restaurants tend to open much earlier here than in other parts of Rome, mainly to cater to tourists as no self-respecting Roman would go out for dinner before 8PM.


Drink

Night life in Trastevere.

Sleep


Budget

Mid-range

Splurge

Go next

Routes through Trastevere

Fiumicino Airport South Rome  SW  NE  Aventino-Testaccio Nomentano
Viterbo North Rome  N  S  Aventino-Testaccio END
Civitavecchia South Rome  W  E  Aventino-Testaccio Modern Center


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