You know when you’re in Rome you have a great restaurant, or you’re on the beach with your family.
You know that you can’t go wrong with a pizza, especially if it comes with a pasta sauce.
And, since Rome is an ancient city, you can eat at many different places.
But that’s not all.
We found out that there are plenty of pizza restaurants in the city.
There are so many that it’s difficult to list them all.
This article is not an exhaustive list of the best places to eat in Rome.
It’s a list of places to get pizza that are all close to the city center.
There’s no better place to go when you want to eat a pizza than at a pizza place that’s located near the city’s main attractions.
We’ll cover some of the main areas of the city to help you find the best pizzas to eat.
You’ll also find some of our favorite places to grab a great pizza in the Roman capital.
Pizza in Rome If you’re planning on visiting Rome for the first time, you should definitely stop by one of these places.
These are the best and most popular pizza places in the country.
You can even order one of the pizzas at a restaurant to make your visit even more memorable.
Here are the places we found to be the best for you: María Pizza: One of the most famous pizzas in Rome, the María pizza has a Mediterranean feel to it, and it’s not cheap.
The average price of a María is €3.50, but you can usually find a cheap one for less than €3 in Rome’s markets.
In addition, there are other cheap pizzas available at places like Capi and Pizza Cucinelli.
Capi is the best place to get a cheap María, but they’re located close to one of Rome’s main tourist attractions, the Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar. You should also check out Casa Maria, a neighborhood of the Basilicas of Santa María del Mar, for a cheap but tasty María.
Pizza Cotto: The classic pizza in Italy, the Casa Cotto is made from the best ingredients in Rome and serves great comfort food.
It comes with tomato sauce, mozzarella, pepperoni, basil, and mozzerella.
It is also available in two flavors, the classic and spicy.
If you want something a little more traditional, try the traditional pizza at the Pizza Ciavatti restaurant in the historic Placentia district.
There, you’ll find a wide variety of traditional pizza items.
Don’t forget to try the famous pizza from the Placentias at Casa Casa, or try the original one at the famous Placentiaco restaurant.
Casa Mascara: The Casa Mara is the most popular of the Italian pizza places, and you can find it in the Plaquenone neighborhood.
It features a variety of flavors, from the classic pizza to the spicy one.
If the Caso Mara is too pricey, you might want to try some of their other pizzas.
Casia Pizzeria: Casa Pizzario is the first of its kind in Rome (since 2007), and it offers a full pizza menu.
It serves the traditional pizzas like the classic, spicy, and classic with extra toppings like basil, mozerella, and cheese.
They also have a variety dishes with different toppings.
You could also try the classic version with mozzardi or a meatball.
Casi Fosca: Casi fosca is the pizza from Casi Mascaroli in Plaquedano.
It has a variety flavors and is available in both classic and more spicy versions.
It also has a pizza oven, so it’s easy to prepare your own pizza.
Casio Pizza: Casio is a traditional Italian pizza that is made in the basement of the Casio Palace in the center of Rome.
Casios traditional pizza has several different types of toppings, like basil and pepperoni.
The pizzas are often served in a special dish that has meatballs or cheese on it.
Caso is also popular in Rome for its spicy pizzas, which are the most expensive in the world.
You may also try a Caso Pizza for a delicious Italian meal.
There is also Casio Foscetta, a famous Casio pizzeria that serves authentic Italian food with a great menu.
Pizzas in the suburbs: There are many other options in the neighborhoods of Rome, and they are just as good.
There’re some of them, such as the Pizzaluna, which is a neighborhood with pizzas and pasta.
You’re better off ordering the traditional one, which comes with the toppings from Casa Bolognese, or if you’re looking for something different, try a classic pizza at Caso