In most cities, there are recommendable gelato shops. Rome is in Italy, so I guess every gelato is very good, but are there some shops in Rome where gelato is even a bit better then elsewhere? :-)

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    Sounds like a shopping recommendation, which is generally off-topic. Especially when it comes to food, I imagine, it's a very subjective matter. But then I don't know the gelato market. Can one be objectively better than another? – Flimzy Jun 4 '12 at 15:40
  • Where is the difference to "Must-see places in Goa?" for instance? Must-see is kind of subjective... Nevertheless, I think I will delete the question – strauberry Jun 5 '12 at 14:04
  • "Must-see" is a bit subjective, and I might possibly raise an objection to such a question if I see it. On the other hand, it sounds more like a question of "what are the most popular places in Goa?" Which I may also object to on grounds of being a list question... OTOH, the Goa question can likely be answered with a link to a single tourism bureau (or similar) web site. – Flimzy Jun 5 '12 at 15:11
  • as it stands this question could have a hundred answers. It's pretty subjective - each Roman probably has their own favourite place. If you can rephrase it - like "what's the oldest gelato place" or "the closest to x" which can be objectively answered, then flag it for reopening, but as it stands it's not a good fit as per the faq and is being closed. – Mark Mayo Jun 11 '12 at 16:59

I would strongly suggest you to try Petrini

Another very famous one (which is part of a well known brand in Italy) is Grom

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