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Here's THE Spot To Try All The Gelato Flavors While In Rome, Italy

Posted by Emily Cummings on 10/12/16 12:12 PM

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No walk down the scenic streets of Rome is complete without a cone of hazelnut gelato nestled inside. While all gelaterias have a 15-20 or even 25-30 different flavors, no visit to Italy would be complete without seeing over 150 flavors of gelato in one place. 

Italy is a favorite vacation spot for those teaching English in Ukraine, Russia, Lithuania or Romania with International Language Programs. When you travel to Italy, getting gelato in Rome is a must-do for your bucket list.

No matter what flavor you decide on, eating silky smooth gelato is the only true way to experience the beauty of the Coliseum or the Spanish Steps. During your semester abroad, gelato has to be a part of your Italian adventure, and I've got just place you need to visit. 

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Around the corner from the Roman Pantheon (which you’ve got to see, by the way), there is the Della Parma, AKA heaven on this earth. This large gelateria has over 150 flavors. One. Hundred. And. Fifty. Flavors.

You should probably plan out time on your vacation to get gelato here at least 6-7 times so you can try as many flavors as possible. They’ve got kiwi - complete with the black seeds that add a serious crunch, rich dark chocolate, marscapone and pistachio, Nutella (?!), tangy Fruili raspberries, and more…about 146 more. You will feel like a kid in a candy store when you walk inside to see trays of creamy, rich gelato piled high and topped with fruits, candies and chocolates. I told you it was heaven on earth. 

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So, what’s the big deal with gelato? It’s not just Italy’s version of ice cream, it’s way better than anything you can get in America. American ice cream has loads of air whipped into it, and has a higher butterfat content because it uses more cream than milk. Gelato does the opposite, churning it low and slow so you get more gelato per bite because there is less air. You also have less fat (so basically it’s a healthy meal right) meaning that your lemon gelato packs a bright lemony punch that isn’t clouded by the butter fat. If that was too scientific, just know it’s beyond delicious and a must-have while vacationing in Europe. 

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Whether you opt to get your gelato in a cup or a cone, you thank yourself. I recommend getting fruity flavors for breakfast, and having a chocolate one for after dinner…and any other flavor you want in between! If you only have two days to see Rome or want to spend one of your longer ILP vacations there, be sure to visit the Della Parma! 

If you love the idea of living in Europe for a semester, check out ILP! Spend your days as a volunteer teaching English and cross off every place on your bucket list in between exploring castles and eating gelato. With ILP, you have vacation time set up so that you can backpack Europe to your heart's content. Click the button below to learn more! 

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Topics: Ukraine, Russia, Lithuania, Travel Destinations, Romania

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