A walk from Isola Tiberina, Trastevere to the Gianicolo

Promenade de l’Isola Tiberina au Janicule
Una passeggiata dall’Isola Tiberina al Gianicolo


Relatives or friends usually come over for a short period,  so we go visit the typical  touristic part of Roma (Vatican, Panteon, Piazza di Spagna and its Via dei Condotti…). Last week we enjoyed a promenade starting from Isola Tiberina, crossing the Trastevere up to the Gianicolo. I am particularly affectionate to the Isola Tiberina as Giacomo was born in the hospital Fatebenefratelli. It is a small island, boat shaped, in the middle of the city like Ile de la Cité in Paris (even much smaller, there is just the hospital, a church and a coffee bar!). It is where the symbol of the medicine originated from.

isola tiberina and the remain of the boat shape

Ponte Fabricioand street life in the Trastevere

S. Cecilia in Trastevere and streets glance

colorfull corner

life in the Trasteverestatues in the Gianicolo

a small part of Roma from the Gianicolo

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