Via Urbana

Via Urbana street view when you exit Cavour metro station
Er Caffettiere, Bar and Aperitivo, on Via Urbana, 72/73
La Mucca Biricchina, a real Roman trattoria
Lol designer clothing , Via Urbana 89-92
Zia Rosetta situated in Rome’s Monti area is an eatery offering sandwiches, smoothies, salads, and picnic boxes, all made with high quality ingredients, that ALSO delivers.
Many alternative and fashionable locals have their hair cut here at Mod Salons on Via Urbana, 52,
Monti Bar, serving coffee during the day and offering aperitivo and drinks in the evening
Street view with vine leaves and ivy-covered houses
Church of San Lorenzo in Fonte where you can get a blessing sentence
Toast & Co. offering burgers, sandwiches, snack and light lunch options (Via Urbana 35)
Sunshine and cobblestones
Elena Kihlman Design shop for furnishing and fashion accessories, with an entrance that looks like a postcard
Ristorante Broccoletti, if you fancy a nice diner
You might want to spend few minutes standing in front of this house and admiring its ivy-coated charm (Via Urbana 100)
“Round and proud to be Italian” that’s the motto of this historic pizzeria from Pescara. On Via Urbana 112
Smalto - designer shoes, jewellery and perfumes
Raffaella contemporary jewellery
Subura designer clothing and shoes and a surprise backyard in the shop
Via Urbana has many places where you can enjoy the Roman autumn weather
The whole street is very joyful, thanks to the light-colored houses and the green plants all around
Grezzo Raw Chocolate shop, a heaven for health-conscious chocolate lovers . Raw, organic and vegan products available! (Via Urbana 130)
Aromaticus, a very green place, offering fresh, healthy and seasonal dishes (Via Urbana, 134)
One of the first second-hand/consignment stores to open in the Eternal City, Moll Flanders in Monti is ushering in a new wave of cool consignment style.
Octopus, a good place for seafood and oysters (Via Urbana, 131)

Via Urbana is located in the middle of Monti, starting at Cavour metro station, going all the way up towards Termini. Even though it is relatively short, you will definitely need a few hours to explore the street since it is full of cool restaurants, bars, cafés and design shops selling handmade crafts and clothing.  Via Urbana captures the essence of Monti: antique and vintage but cool and hipster at the same time, where trendy meets classic and young meets ancient. When you are not browsing or dining inside any of the unique places there, you will be admiring the ivy-coated buildings and the village charm of the cobblestoned street.

It’s time to explore Via Urbana and fall in love with its unique atmosphere!


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