Rome’n Around

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Here kicks off our Euro trip with our new little travel buddy! Zion follows us as we travel through Rome, trying our hand at some Italian classics! He loves everything, but do we? Here in this episode we go for some classics – coffee, pizza and a family run trattoria, mixed in with numerous sights (they really never ended!) and hopefully the ratings will help you guys if you have limited time!

This is just the beginning – can’t wait to show you guys all we got up to!

La Casa Del Caffe Tazza D’oro

Via degli Orfani, 84, 00186 Roma RM, Italy (right next to the Pantheon)

A little bit of an institution in Rome, this cafe is like a well run bar – pumping out coffee, classic standing bar seating, perfect espressos. The coffee granita is an awesome treat here (especially in summer), but the normal coffees themselves are also awesome. Tip, it’s busy and there’s tons of tourists as it’s right by the Pantheon – you can’t miss it. Give it a shot (literally!)


Piazza del Colosseo, 1, 00184 Roma RM, Italy

Yes, it’s crowded, like every site in Rome (seriously, it’s crazy) but we loved it. We paid for an express entry, and it helps to go in a tour group as it’s slightly less chaotic, you get in faster and you learn a little something something too! Do your research before you get there as you’ll be attacked by tour guides once you arrive and it’s easy to get ripped off!

Li Rioni

Via dei Santi Quattro, 24, 00184 Roma RM, Italy

Awesome little pizza place – apparently gets crazy busy as the night goes on with its one little woodfire oven, so we went early! The pizzas are huge, legit and just delicious. You see tons of Italians here too which is a good sign! There’s so many places to get good pizza in Rome that you’ll often just look for one close to where you are, so this one is pretty close to the Colloseum!

La Tavernaccia Da Bruno

Via Giovanni da Castel Bolognese, 63, 00153 Roma RM, Italy

Beautiful family run trattoria, where the food just reflects it. Homely, comforting and the service is much more friendly than many. You feel like you’re in someone’s dining room, and the experience is really nice! We got some woodfired brisket (delicious but almost tasted like roast pork!) and an incredible handmade ragu pasta. We also tried our hand at some mixed bruschettas which had some interesting toppings! Loved it.

Still got so much more to show you!

Rome continues soon!

Uel & Shannelle

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