Trastevere is one of the most popular and historic quartier of Rome, very popular with Romans and tourists who gather every night in clubs and restaurants.
Is recommended to walk from one place to another since all the locations are in the city center.
To visit the sites mentioned it takes about 4 or 5 hours, depends on the time you decide to stop in the places.
The itinerary starts from Campo dei Fiori, the famous Roman square known for the market and a popular hangout, especially at night. From here, proceed to the Palazzo Farnese built around 1514 by architect Antonio da Sangallo the Younger, and is considered one of the most significant example of the Italian Renaissance. Continue on Via Giulia, designed by Bramante, and after cross the Ponte Sisto. After the bridge you find Trilussa Square, the center of Trastevere. The square is dedicated to Carlo Alberto Salustri, a popular roman poet. Among the attractions to visit in Trastevere there are the Roman Museum in Trastevere, wich conserves the testimony of tradition linked to the neighborhood. After the museum we suggest you visit the Our Lady's in Trastevere Basilica. Continuing the route you’ll meet the Temple of Bramante, considered one of the first building of the high Renaissence. If you're not too tired we suggest you go up to the Gianicolo one of the most beautiful panoramic views of Rome from which you can take beautiful photos to Trastevere and to the city.
From here we recommend the following itineraries.
Historic Center Itinerary 3
Historic Center Itinerary 4