BDB Trastevere is located in a pedestrian area in the historic center of Rome.
From this area you can easily walk and reach in no time main tourist destinations such as: Campo dei Fiori, Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, Piazza Venezia, the Colosseum, St. Peter’s Basilica, Castel Sant'Angelo and Vatican Museums.
Trastevere, originally a poor quarter isolated from the rest of the city, is nowadays the district of authentic Romans. Over the years it has kept its soul and tradition, built up of colorful narrow streets with cute little artisanal shops, full of restaurants and taverns passing on the culinary tradition of this city, synonymous for fun and favorite destination for foreigners in search of local charm.
This area preserves the essence of ancient Rome in the maze of alleys, where you can admire particularly picturesque houses and medieval towers, fifteenth-century cloisters and a breathtaking view, like the one from the top of the Gianicolo.
Apart from many churches, mostly built in the Baroque period, in this district you will find lots of quaint restaurants and outdoor taverns, the famous Hosterie, where you can enjoy authentic roman dishes.