Whenever we are in Rome, we always forget about maps and schedules. We just embrace the sublimely Italian art of doing nothing and luxuriate in life´s simple pleasures.
There´s a million different ways to do “pleasant idleness” in Italy’s Eternal City. From dancing all alone in the theatrical Trevi Fountain early in the morning and getting wonderfully lost in the surrounding alleyways to lingering over a delicious plate of pasta. Believe me, having no plans can be the best plan.
There’s nothing better than discovering secret and hidden places away from the crowds. We particularly love sitting in a terrace and watch the world go by with a negroni or a spritz aperol in hand.
Rome is all about food. It always becomes the main protagonist in all our trips. Our love for good Roman cuisine has even led us to a quest for the best spaghetti in the city.
Although we found charming trattorias in Trastevere neighborhood, I had to admit that it was Spaghetteria L’Archetto the one that truly captivated us. We had the best spaghetti ever for just 35E (tiramisu and Cappuccino included).