Must-try foods in Rome
  • Centuries of history at the table
  • Homemade cuisine
  • Pasta is the queen

You can't say you've been in Rome if you don't taste its cuisine. Mark these traditional roman dishes to enojoy the city intensely.

Spaghetti alla Carbonara must be prepared exclusively with eggs, guanciale and Pecorino Romano. Spaghetti cacio e pepe have only two ingredients, the caciocream is so delicious.

Amatriciana: fat from the cheek lard, red tomatoes and a sprinkle of Pecorino Romano cheese.

The Saturday dish is tripe (Trippa alla Romana): cooked on a low flame with roasted vegetables and white wine.

If you prefer a quick meal the Roman street food is famous for the Roman pizza scrocchiarella, a fairly thin, soft inside and crunchy outside, seasoned only with oil and salt or in many other flavors. Or do youo know fritto misto? It’s a quick and succulent paper cone with fried fish, vegetables tempura, meatballs and fish.

On the hottest days we recommend you to try grattachecca: a glass full of ice cream flavoured with fruit syrup.

The maritozzo is a dessert that in the ancient Rome was given by boyfriends to future brides during Lent and could hide a small gift for the woman.

It’s filled with cream with pine nuts, grapes and candied orange. A dose of energy to start the holiday in Rome!

Here is your ideal starting point:
Rome - Roma
A few kilometers from the Colosseum and the beauty of Rome, Fabulous Village has fun and relaxation in store for you. Enjoy the coolness of our pine forest, a rejuvenating dip and excellent local cuisine.
Ideal for you if you are looking for:
  • Walks in nature
  • Discovery tours of Rome
  • Typical cuisine and relaxation
  • Water park for all ages
  • Pet-friendly holidays
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