Rome is one of the busiest cities in Italy. For some, it’s overwhelming, others find it invigorating and thrilling. If you fall into the latter category and are looking to relocate, check out these Roman neighborhoods.
Trastevere is the perfect neighborhood for someone who is looking for a thriving nightlife and the nonstop bustle of a tourist city.
Though Aventino is located downtown, it’s a quiet neighborhood with easy access to the metro, and therefore all of Rome.
Located five minutes from the Roman Forum and Colosseum, Monti is the place to be if you’re living in Rome.
4. La Piccola Londra
If you’re looking for the Italian lifestyle, but prefer the design elements of England, check out Little London.
A more modern neighborhood in Rome, Prati was established sometime in the 19th-century.
Home to a thriving food market and Rome’s last pyramid, Testaccio is a great neighborhood to raise a family.
If you’re looking for a thriving street art scene and eclectic nightlife, Ostiense is your neighborhood.
- 8 Areas in Rome [Italy Magazine]
- Roman Neighborhoods [The Culture Trip]
- Feature Picture [Pixabay]