Best Gelato in Rome

Gelato in Rome
No trip to Italy is complete without sampling gelato. Gelato’s history dates back to the 16th century, and it remains one of Italy’s most beloved desserts. Luckily, I was traveling with a dessert connoisseur, and we tried several gelaterias each day. Below were our favorite places for the best gelato in Rome.

Come il Latte

Come Il Latte gelato
Located near the Piazza della Repubblica and across the street from my favorite pizza place, Pinsere Roma, Come Il Latte serves rich and decadent gelato. Charming decor and great service only added to our amazing experience here.

Come Il Latte
Via Silvio Spaventa, 24/26, 00187 Roma, Italy

Il Gelato di San Crispino

San CrispinoIl Gelato di San Crispino
Il Gelato di San Crispino may be one of the most famous gelaterias in Rome and for good reason. The shop uses fresh, organic ingredients to create its unique flavors. Located on a narrow street near the Trevi Fountain, the store may be difficult to find, but a few spoonfuls of delicious gelato make the search well worth it.

Il Gelato di San Crispino
Via della Panetteria, 42, 00187 Roma, Italy

Gelateria del Teatro

Gelateria del Teatro
The only gelato shop we visited more than once, Gelateria del Teatro serves a mix of traditional and unexpected flavors. Grab a cup and enjoy it while walking along the Tiber River – a perfect, romantic evening.

Gelateria del Teatro
Via dei Coronari, 65/66, 00186 Roma, Italy

I Dolci Di Nonna Vincenza

I Dolci Di Nonna Vincenza
I Dolci Di Nonna Vincenza, while more of a dessert shop, serves a mean frozen treat. Try some cannolis and cream puffs in addition to the gelato. Maybe you’ll have the chance to meet Nonna Vincenca herself!

I Dolci Di Nonna Vincenza
Piazza Monte Citorio 116, 00186 Rome, Italy

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