Monday, June 16, 2008

What to Drink in Rome

Once again, the Eyewitness Guide to Rome has proved to be a very useful tool in understanding the city better. The book contains useful information about what places to visit and also information about where to eat and what to drink in Rome. Next to a long list of information about wine, there are also some other recommended drinks to try.

Many Italians enjoy a nice apƩritifs. These drinks are bitter and herb-flavored. Some of the most popular apƩritifs are the Martini, Campari, or Aperol. Italians tend to drink these drinks with ice and a soda.

If you are looking for an after dinner drink, order a digestivi or amari. These drinks will help to settle your stomach after a traditional Italian meal.

For more information about how to get your copy of the Eyewitness Guide to Rome which is published by Dorling Kindersley, visit The information provided above can be found on page 315.

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