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Easter traditions in Italy are so full of homemade dishes that they will hardly feel in awe of the widely celebrated Christmas ones. The world of bread is no exception.
Each region has its own. Sometimes they are called directly bread, other times focaccia, pizza, etc. There are recipes both sweet and savory. But the day when you bite into it is always the same: Easter Sunday.
If you are in Rome, make sure you won’t miss the local gigantic Easter breakfast, which includes no less than hard-boiled eggs, cheese, Easter pizza (a type of highly leavened pizza as tall as a panettone), a particular variety of salami called corallina, and wine!
Ask our staff at Hotel Des Artistes where you can find the best Easter breakfast in Rome!