When you are in Italy, eat like a local.
Yes, because if you do not know Italian cuisine you might think you are eating a typical Amatriciana in Florence, or enjoying a typical Mortadella in Venice. The fact is that Italian cuisine is not a national but a regional cuisine, and each region has its own specialties: if you find the same dishes in another region, many times the "national" version is far from the original, “local” one. So, it's time to venture into a world of typical restaurants where you will not find Italians but Romans, Venetians, Florentines, Neapolitans.
It is difficult to speak of Rome in a few words, just as it is hard to believe that this wonderful city has emerged from a small settlement of shepherds on the Palatine hill and a she-wolf nursed two children as if they were her cubs. Perhaps it is this magic thousands of tourists go looking for around the city every day. They may make Rome less romantic than expected, but despite this the capital of Italy is beautiful like few cities in the world. So here I list the 5 things you must see in Rome if you do not have enough time (but please do come back for all the rest as soon as you can).