ROME GUIDE

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Anna Kähler, shares her go-to locations in Rome. Find the best spots for working out, re-energizing, sipping freshly squeezed juice and enjoying life in the lively and antique city of Rome.

 


WHERE TO WORKOUT IN ROME

VILLA BORGHESE

"Start your mornings with a run in one of Romes most  beautiful parks: Villa Borghese. I love running in Villa Borghese early in the morning before people wake up, the feeling is amazing. The air feels fresh and there are only you and some other runners/walkers in the park. First time running in Borghese, I had to stop at maybe 5 places, since it was breathtaking. The threes, buildings and view. There are many routes you can take, approximately 6K, pass the modern art gallery, or the beautiful lake in the middle of Borghese."

DABLIU MARGHERITA

“In Rome, I prefer working out outdoors when I can, due to the breathtaking atmosphere and lively vibe in the city. But some days, it is nice go inside for a sweat session. The Dabliu functional fitness centre studio is my favorite. It is a small yet fresh gym, with focus on functional training. A great area for TRX, pilates, or some strength exercises. They also have Pilates and Yoga classes included!”

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WHERE TO EAT HEALTHY IN ROME

HOSTERIA DEL MERCATO

“Weekend Juice and fresh fruits at at Hosteria Del Mercato, is my favorite way of getting those weekly vitamins in between the italian delicatessen.”

OSTERIA DEL MERCATO

"I love going to Osteria Del Mercato for a fresh juice on Saturday mornings. It is a juice-bar, cofféeplace and grocery store in one. Here you can find fresh vegetables and fruits, organic food and bars."

"However, In Rome you should enjoy the Italian food. The pasta, bread and the gelato. Most of the pasta dishes, are only made with olive oil as base, and the gelato from pure fruits. The italians know how to cook with just a few ingredients, and make it amazing. In other words, the food here is made of pure ingredients from the local area and I really like that, knowing what I put into my body."

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WHERE TO RE-ENERGIZE IN ROME

"A long walk on my own, in Villa Borghese and the city centre, is my favorite way to recover, rewind and collect new energy…

Rome is such a beautiful city, that you can walk around in it for hours. When having days off from school, the best way to recover for me is long walks in the park and the city. I prefer putting on my training shoes and outfit, for a long walk around different areas in the city, ending up wherever the road takes me. The best time for this is in the morning or evening, when there is less tourists out. My favorite route is taking its start in Villa Borghese, to the spanish steps and the city centre. And of course I stop by for a coffée and a cornetto."

 

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ANNA KÄHLER

Anna is a training ethusiast and passionate skiier currently doing an exchange semester in Rome, Italy.

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