Piazza Trilussa

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Piazza Trilussa: Our most recommended tours and activities

Trastevere: 2.5-Hour Street Food Tour

1. Trastevere: 2.5-Hour Street Food Tour

Meet your guide on Tiber Island in the center of Rome, the only urban island of the Tiber river. Together, start the tour in the medieval side of Trastevere. Your guide will take you to the Church of Santa Cecilia, the patron saint of musicians, and your first stop will be in one of Rome's oldest bakeries.  Trastevere remains very traditional and boasts the presence of many old-school craftsmen and traders. Discover their  work, unchanged by modernity, like the cold cuts store where you can taste salami and cheese cured in the local Italian tradition.  Explore the magnificence of Santa Maria in Trastevere, the biggest and most important church in the district. Keep on walking and enjoy the atmosphere of Trastevere, strong along its alleyways to get to the Piazza Trilussa, named after a famous Roman poet from the last century. Bring your camera with you to catch the shape of big Cupolone, the Saint Peter's dome that reveals itself by Sistus Bridge, before closing the tour with the grand finale, a tasty handmade gelato cone.

Trastevere: Segway Tour

2. Trastevere: Segway Tour

There’s a lot to see in Trastevere and there are several different Segway Express tours for you to choose from. These 2-hour guided rides are operated daily and led by a multi-lingual tour leader who’ll show you around. This popular Roman neighborhood is located on the Tiber’s west bank, south of the Vatican. The area’s cobbled streets, medieval houses, and unique character continue to draw artists, celebrities, and expatriates to live and play here. After a short but intense training session with an authorized instructor, you’ll be taken along Trastevere’s narrow streets to see the main attractions, including some of the most beautiful squares and fountains in Rome. The tour is short, fun, and designed to leave you with pleasant memories of your time in Rome. You can choose from the following itineraries for your Trastevere Express tour: • From Santa Maria in Trastevere to Santa Cecilia and return • Up Gianicolo Hill to the Bramante masterpiece and a panoramic view of Rome • Piazza Trilussa, Campo dei Fiori, Piazza Navona and return • The Jewish Ghetto and Teatro Marcello

Rome: Trastevere Roman Street Food Tour

3. Rome: Trastevere Roman Street Food Tour

Join this tour for a nice stroll around the Trastevere district and get a better understanding of how a typical Roman aperitivo looks and tastes. Admire the 5th-century mosaics that decorate the interiors of the Basilica dedicated to Santa Cecilia. Discover the narrow alleys that characterize the Trastevere district. Visit the Antica Caciara, where you will have the chance to taste delicious homemade mozzarella. Taste Roman porchetta at the Antica Norcineria Iacozzilli and stop at Venanzio, the first supplì shop in Rome.       Last but not least, visit the Cantina di Spirito, an underground wine cellar. With the help of a professional sommelier, taste a selection of local wines. Stop in front of the marvelous Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere and end the tour in Piazza Trilussa.

Rome: Highlights of Trastevere Exploration Game

4. Rome: Highlights of Trastevere Exploration Game

Here's a sneak peek at the storyline: “You are Luisa Valiena and after nine years in the U.S, you are returning home to Rome’s Trastevere district. Though you are returning to visit family, you will not stay long. In fact, you wish you hadn’t come at all. However, with the death of your younger brother, Pietro, and the letter he sent you before he died, you had no choice but to enact his last wish...” As you solve challenges, the story unfolds and exact directions on your phone will guide you to the next location. So, are you up for an exciting city game?. Start at Ponte Fabricio, cornering Lungotevere dei Pierleoni. It will take you around 1.5 to 2 hours to complete. Explore at your own pace, pause the game, and resume anytime from the location where you paused it. You will finish at Statua di Trilussa. Receive an email on how to download the game to your phone. Play on your own, in a large group, or in several smaller groups that compete against each other and meet at the final stop of the game.

Rome: Private Food Tour with Local Guide

5. Rome: Private Food Tour with Local Guide

Eat your way through Rome's culinary scene on a private food tour. Go on a delicious journey as you try 10 of the best food items beloved by the locals: from savory to sweet and local drinks; this tour leaves every foodie satisfied. Enjoy a bite of the ultimate classics classic buffalo mozzarella and gelato and taste them in their authentic, local flavor. Each tasting is typical of the local cuisine and hand-picked by a local guide passionate about food. Visit Sisto Bridge, Piazza Trilussa, Farnese Palace, church S. Maria in Trastevere plus other remarkable spots in between food stops, and learn about their history and cultural relevance from your knowledgeable guide. 

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What people are saying about Piazza Trilussa

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 70 reviews

We had such a great time learning the history of Trastevere and eating delicious food. We were staying in the area and yet had no idea we were so close to everything. The whole family enjoyed it. Mattia took care of everything

Simone was an amazing and thoughtful guide. He made the experience so much fun and was very knowledgeable! Would recommend to anyone traveling to Rome!

Francesca accompanied us very nicely and gave us a wonderful evening with a lot of information about typical Italian cuisine. Thanks!

We enjoyed our tour of Trastavere. Our guide Greta was so knowledgeable and was able to give us the history of the ate.

Our guide Massimo was very nice, very well informed and prepared us enchanting hours with very tasty Roman delicacies.