Picturesque views, characteristic streets, small artisan and antique shops and some of the most popular and fancy clubs in Rome. The Monti district is a young, lively and dynamic neighborhood.
An initial toast in the shadow of Santa Maria Maggiore Chirch kicks off the stroll. Sparkling wine is the must-have during a celebration because the gold color has the symbolic meaning of wish and prosperity.
The toast is paired with olocal cheeses.
Unlike other more crowded neighborhood in Rome, in Monti you can meet local people living their lives doing shopping at the market or buying fresh bread. Roman cuisin as known as cucina povera for the use of simple ingredients which – expertly worked – create dishes with unique flavors.
You will sample roman poor cuisine dishes during all the stroll and almost every dish is paired with top-shel wines. For example, you can choose between different types of pasta like cacio and pepe(hyperlink blog), amatriciana, carbonara or gricia.
Walking through the road that leads to the Roman Forum, you will reach the most famous pastry shop of the neighborhood to blow the candles and make a wish. There you will find a personalized birthday cake and a bottle of sparkling wine to toast!