In the early days of Imperial Rome Trastevere was a hostile land in the hands of the Etruscans.
It was conquered only to have the full possession of both banks of the River Tiber. Trastevere has come down to our days maintaining the unique character in line with that of the eternal city and has become one of the focal centers of night life.
Its winding streets covered with cobblestones overlooked by medieval houses make it a popular holiday destination and the presence of pubs and restaurants set it apart as the beating heart of the Roman night.
DE' FIORI TESTACCIO TRASTEVERE E L'ISOLA TIBERINA L'ACCADEMIA
DEI LINCEI PEDIATRIC HOSPITAL BAMBINO GESÙ OF ROME SANTO SPIRITO IN SASSIA HOSPITAL OF ROME