LIÉ's guide to Rome

LIÉ's guide to Rome

All roads lead to Rome... or so they say.

Amalie and her boyfriend went on a short trip to Rome in February and enjoyed sunny and crisp days filled with sunshine, pasta, thrift shopping, espressos and even more pasta. From tourist attractions to small hidden spots they explored the beautiful city with long walks through the cobblestone streets of Rome.

Scroll down below and see all the shots from Rome and read our list with all our  tips on where to eat, what to do and where to shop.

Love, LIÉ

Eat here:
Antico Forno Roscioli (Really good and greasy pizza slices here)

Ristorante Parlamento Roma (perfect classic Italian food. I recommend the tiramisu!)

Da Enzo al 29 (cute spot. Known for their Cacio e Pepe, but you definitely have to order the burrata!

Fiaschetteria Marini (probably the best Amatriciana and Carbonara I’ve ever had!)

Drink here:
Il Goccetto (Probably my favourite spot in all of Rome! Good wine and delicious snacks too)

Bar san Calisto (fun place to people watch and cheap beer+Campari soda. Great sun spot as well!)

Ciampini (for Aperitivo, good espresso and really nice gelato. Nice place to people watch as well)

Enjoy here:
Villa Borghese Gardens (A morning run here is stunning!)

Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea
(Beautiful museum. Arrive early before the crowd. The building is stunning!)

Shop here:
Cecilia e Omero (for really good curated vintage pieces. Both the women and men section is really good! Got my hands on two beautiful blazers)

Schostal dal 1870
(for the perfect PJ’s)