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Well-known for it’s spectacular architecture, incredible food culture and rich history, Italy’s magnificient capital offers a plethora of age-old monuments, charming streets and picturesque vistas. But there’s much more to Rome than that. In The HUNT Rome, resident and author Livia Hengel provides insider recommendations on mouthwatering eateries, impressive contemporary art galleries and fantastic shops in The Eternal City’s buzzing enclaves, so to help readers infuse flavor that is truly local into their trip.
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“The content is tightly focused on eating, shopping and activities — a mix of offbeat gems and hip newcomers.”
The New York Times

About the book

The HUNT Guides feature over 100 independently owned venues that are truly worth visiting, and are written by a local expert, which makes them perfect for visitors as well as residents who want to get to know a city better. Each guide is packed with the inside scoop on old-school favorites, quirky finds and the latest hot spots, and fits snugly in the back pocket of your jeans or neatly in your clutch.

Well-known for it’s spectacular architecture, incredible food culture and rich history, Italy’s magnificient capital offers a plethora of age-old monuments, charming streets and picturesque vistas. But there’s much more to Rome than that. In The HUNT Rome, resident and author Livia Hengel provides insider recommendations on mouthwatering eateries, impressive contemporary art galleries and fantastic shops in The Eternal City’s buzzing enclaves, so to help readers infuse flavor that is truly local into their trip.


About the author

Livia Hengel is an Italian-American travel writer and photographer with a penchant for la dolce vita and a severe case of wanderlust. Originally born in Rome, she grew up moving around the globe and lived in the US, Peru, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Turkey before returning to Italy and ceding to a life filled with art, beauty and plenty of carbohydrates. When she’s not traveling or keeping up with Instagram, you can find Livia scoping out eateries in the city and extolling the virtues of cacio e pepe, her favorite Roman dish.
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