You walked on foot all day? You have admired many artworks and archaeological sites?
But you know that you walked on a piece of history ? On the Sanpietrini, the cobblestones.
The term Sanpietrini ( “cobblestones“), because were first placed precisely in St. Pietro Square, means the typical pavement in the historical center of Rome. It consists of tiles, cut into cubes of a truncated pyramid, arranged side by side to other, previously used for the paving of the Roman roads.
After so much walking, it’s worth heading to Via Margutta at the rear of the buildings on Via del Babuino, was originally a lane where there were warehouses and stables.
It is a lovely road, quiet, you can breathe air free from pollution, in the heart of Rome, seems to be a “way out the door,” fragrant greenery and vineyards, and therefore favored by artists, painters, sculptors.
Right here, (reservations are required) you can dine in a truly delightful Osteria Margutta. Perfect menu: “Rigatoni all’amatriciana, Saltimbocca alla Romana, and chicory.” Price on average…
I’ll give you the recipes in the next appointements … if you like!