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Basilica SS. Trinità di Saccargia  1116, Cordongianus (SS)

Basilica SS. Trinità di Saccargia 1116, Cordongianus (SS)

Basilica SS. Trinità di Saccargia  1116, Codrongianus (SS)  facciata

Basilica SS. Trinità di Saccargia 1116, Codrongianus (SS) facciata

Basilica di Sant'andrea - ruins

Ruins, Old Abandoned Houses, Ruin

Are you wondering where to eat in Rome and looking for some amazing restaurant recommendations? Or looking seeking some Rome travel inspiration? This post includes eight traditional, authentic, and absolutely delicious restaurants and gelaterias to visit during your Roman vacation. And trust us, you won't want to miss them. Foodies, prepare to rejoice. And maybe drool a little bit, too!

Where to Eat in Rome, Italy: 8 Places You Can't Miss

Wondering where to eat in Rome, Italy? Here are eight authentic and absolutely delicious restaurants and gelaterias to visit during your Roman vacation!

Split

Split

Locanda Senio, Palazzuolo sul Senio

Locanda Senio, Palazzuolo sul Senio

Nivola’s Heritage | Biseras | "This story is based in Orani, a small town of Barbagia, not too far from Nuoro. In 1958 things were quite the same as twenty years before. Some more cars, as innovation slowly improved, but it was not like US, nor New York City and its speed, and would have never been like that. In Sardinia everything was very slow, always at a calm pace. "

Nivola’s Heritage | Biseras | "This story is based in Orani, a small town of Barbagia, not too far from Nuoro. In 1958 things were quite the same as twenty years before. Some more cars, as innovation slowly improved, but it was not like US, nor New York City and its speed, and would have never been like that. In Sardinia everything was very slow, always at a calm pace. "

Lago Omodeo.

Lago Omodeo.

Nuraghe Piscu, Suelli, Sardegna

Nuraghe Piscu, Suelli, Sardegna

San Platano di Villaspeciosa  La Sardegna custodisce un immenso patrimonio architettonico di chiese romaniche. Lo stile si diffuse tra XI e XIII secolo. La maggior parte delle chiese romaniche della Sardegna, specie quelle di dimensioni minori, hanno pianta a navata unica, prevalentemente coperta in legno. La chiesa di San Platano a Villaspeciosa presenta, invece, una tipologia molto particolare a pianta biabsidata e binavata, diffusa sia nell'isola che in altre regioni dell'alto tirreno.

San Platano di Villaspeciosa La Sardegna custodisce un immenso patrimonio architettonico di chiese romaniche. Lo stile si diffuse tra XI e XIII secolo. La maggior parte delle chiese romaniche della Sardegna, specie quelle di dimensioni minori, hanno pianta a navata unica, prevalentemente coperta in legno. La chiesa di San Platano a Villaspeciosa presenta, invece, una tipologia molto particolare a pianta biabsidata e binavata, diffusa sia nell'isola che in altre regioni dell'alto tirreno.

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