This artisanal gelateria & pasticceria is situated in
Borgo Pio street, only a short walk from St Peter's Square. It will for sure
attract your attention as it set in an ancient building covered by the ivy. When you step inside you will notice that the interior is very cute and modern. In the back you can see Hedera team preparing their amazing
The owner of Hedera is sympatic Francesco Ceravolo who prepares gelato by following his grandfather's authentic recipe. In Hedera they use only natural ingredients of the best quality that can be found in Italy.
They have seasonal offer meaning that you can find strawberry gelato only in spring or chestnut gelato in autumn.
Some of gelato flavours they offer are hazelnut, stracciatella, pistachio, dark chocolate, cream, coffee, chestnuts, lemon, strawberry, pear, melon, fig, apricot etc.
Their Top secret flavour is so creamy and delicious that you have to taste it. All their gelatos are organic and gluten-free while fruit ones are dairy free. You can choose your gelato to be served in a cone or a cup. They also have gluten-free cones.
This cosy place is ideal for an afternoon espresso or a tea along
with some delicious cakes. They serve a variety of pastries such as Sicilian
cannoli, baba, tiramisu, fruit pies, gelato sandwiches or even pancakes. They
also prepare granite, sorbet and organic smoothies.
In addition to everyday offer of artisanal gelato and pastries
they produce a variety of cookies which are ideal gift for someone you like or
a souvenir which will remind you of your visit to Italy.
This is the place where you can find excellent macarons as well as panettone during Christmas holidays.
You should also know the fact that Hedera prepares gelato and other sweets for the Pope Francis.
"Gelateria Hedera" is a place you have to visit while in Rome in order to taste the best quality artisanal gelato and othe sweet products. You will be amazed by the taste of their sweets and excellent and friendly service from both the girls at the counters and the owners.
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