Trendy Living In Rome’s Trastevere’s!

Large European cities have various areas each with their own identities, and Rome’s Trastevere is recommended by all the guide books as the trendiest area and best spot for sipping wine at a street cafe, shopping at the street market and even taking in a live show in the piazza. We were not disappointed and after crossing the Tiber River found great pleasure in exploring this incredibly charming part of the city …. Some sights and memories captured.

The fountain in the centre of the square next to the main church …

Rome has a well established water system and natural drinking fountains are found throughout the city where fresh spring water is available. What a treat! Some locals were taking advantage of the cool water to chill their white wine for lunch …

Michelangelo’s David is a man with a reputation, and these boxers were on sale as souvenirs and reminders of just that ;0

These ‘love locks’ were found on the bridges, a lock with initials as a sign of love and commitment between lovers. I like it – such romance ….

Catholic Grafitti!

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