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TRAVEL 25 23 7 Issue 52 / 2013 WELCOME TO Rome! On a Budget PARTYING Brancaleone If you venture up into the northern suburbs you'll find Brancaleone. Once a squat it's now a proper night club with a gallery, a cinema and a library(!) Expect to hear Italy's finest EDM with a bit of reggae thrown in for good measure. Goa The house of Italian house. Kinda classy but its worth it since its home to Martin Solveig and Riccardo Villalobos . Rock Castle Cafe Dark, narrow disco dungeon pub with a medieval feel. One for the rockers. DRINKING Frebi and Frizoni An ex-garage converted into a bar. A massive selection of cocktails and FREE salad and dip with your drink makes this place a must if you're after a literal free lunch. Druid's Rock This is everything you need to know about Druid's Rock - it's an Irish bar that has a happy hour that goes on til 8pm every day of the week. Awesome. Mr Pucci Don't be fooled by the fancy décor, you can afford Mr Pucci. Yes, you. SLEEPING The Beehive Clean, simple and cheap. £21 a night will get you a basic dorm bed which should provide relative luxury if you're the type that usually sacrifices comfort/hygiene for extra beer money. Hostel Beautiful Brilliant location, Great price (from around £10/night) Make this hostel an obvious choice for those watching their wallets. Camping Village Roma If you're down for camping this place starts at just £18 per night. It's only 15 minutes from the centre of Rome so you'll be saving money on transport costs. EATING Pizzarium Amazing Napoli style pizza made on site with a choices of toppings from pea and prosciutto to ham and stracciatella – sold by weight! Enough said. La Nuova Cantinetta The trattoria. Cheap, traditional and laid back – all the words you want when you're thinking about Italian food. Dagnino Hidden away in an alley somewhere slightly off central Rome, Dagino does pastries and coffee with an awesomely (cheap) Italian twist.

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