Drinking in Rome

In Rome there are small water taps scattered around the city. The water here is clean and cold, and I advice you to fill your water bottles in these when you see them, instead of buying water all the time. That way you’ll save several Euros, which you can instead use to buy coffee, or some of the world’s best ice cream.

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3 Responses to Drinking in Rome

  1. That’s so nice Rome does that. Is that common in any other Italian or European city? I hate buying bottled water, I prefer to reuse my own sports bottle.

  2. Araceli says:

    What a great idea. They must have a really good filtration system.

  3. raffaella says:

    This typical small water tap is popularly called NASONA (big nose) because of the profile, like a big nose where the water goes out from. Enjoy it and have a good time!

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