Tag: Testaccio

Autumn activities in Rome: visit Keats grave

Autumn activities in Rome: fall excursions

Looking for autumn activities in Rome? You’ve come to the right place – here’s full list of fall excursions in Rome. With the fall equinox ushering in the autumn, it’s a great time to turn your thoughts to the season of ‘mists and mellow fruitfulness’ and channel your inner Romantic poet. Keats wrote his famous…

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Mordi e Vai, a street food stall in Testaccio market, serves hearty sandwiches filled with pasta sauces and traditional Roman recipes

Mordi e Vai: street food in Testaccio market

Mordi e Vai has become one of the most famous street food stalls in Testaccio market. The stand, run by Sergio Esposito, serves hearty sandwiches filled with pasta sauces and traditional Roman stews. Mordi e Vai literally means ‘bite and run’ and the street food stall has won numerous awards, featuring in many Rome guides….

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Adolf Hitler’s Testaccio

As I was walking down Adolf Hitler Street on the edge of Testaccio the other day, it got me thinking about how times have changed. Via A. Hitler, a long, wide avenue which joins Porta San Paolo with Stazione Ostiense, was built in 1938 by Mussolini on the occasion of the Führer’s visit to Rome….

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Review: Breakfast at Linari

Dear Audrey, you can keep breakfast at Tiffany’s… love, Testaccina Linari, Testaccio review The only experience I can liken it to is a bun-fight. You stand three deep at the counter, two queues snaking back from the cash register. The few tables inside Linari are overflowing with pensioners and families, while the ones on the…

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