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Rome Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods

Rome attractions: historical quarters and trendy squares



Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods


1 Piazza di Spagna
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From the boutiques of Via Condotti to the magical stairway of Trinita dei Monti: all this is in The Piazza di Spagna, obligatory point of passage for every visit to Rome. In the center of the piazza is the famous fountain by Bernini "The fountain of...

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2 Piazza Navona
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Rank: 7 About 279

Piazza Navona is a famous city square in Rome and follows the plan of an ancient Roman circus. This square was known as “Circus Agonalis”, meaning competition arena. Defined in the 15th century as a public square,...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
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3 Trastevere
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Rank: 9 About 279

I've been living in Rome since I was born (except one year close to Milan), but I guess I'll never get bored of this wonderful city and its amazing quarters...The one I love?...

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4 Piazza Venezia
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Rank: 19 About 279

At the foot of the Capitol stands the famous square, occupied by the Vittoriano, a monument to the first king of Italy and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, inside the Museum of Italian Risorgimento. The center of the square is back to host their fir...

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5 Via del Corso
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Rank: 21 About 279

Via del Corso is also known by the name, the Corso. This is the main street that runs through the historical center of Rome in Italy. Wider than other streets in Rome, this street...

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6 Campo de' Fiori
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Campo de' Fiori is a large local feeding square in the heart of Rome. It is a rectangular piazza near the Piazza Navona in Rome and is meant the ‘field of flowers’. This square is ringed by bars and cafes and is...

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7 Piazza del Popolo
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Rank: 31 About 279

Piazza del Popolo is a large square situated in Rome in Italy. Meaning the “People’s Square” in modern Italian language, before the age of railroads, this square...

Reviewed by: Punam
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8 Porta Portese
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Rank: 48 About 279

There are a variety of goods, leather jacket, clothes and pocketbooks with vendors selling them. Most of the vendors at this market are willing to bargain and has actual prices of 10 percent to 30 percent off. The vendors speak many languages and...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
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9 Via Condotti
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Rank: 51 About 279

Via Condotti is a pedestrian street and a center of fashion shopping in Rome. This street dates back to the Bulgari atelier that opened in 1905. This is a busy and a fashionable street of Rome and presently the...

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10 Coppedè
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Rank: 57 About 279

To ensure a unique area we definitely think the beauty and originality of the buildings, small palaces and finely decorated yet still private residences, as well as location of some milestones of excellence of Italian cinema. It owes its name to the...

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Address: Piazza Mincio + Share


11 Isola Tiberina
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Rank: 58 About 279

The Tiber Island is one of the most enchanting places of Rome, especially during the summer evenings, in the numerous bars and clubs where you can spend a relaxing evening, at the sound of the waters of the Tiber.

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12 Jewish Ghetto
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Rank: 59 About 279

For centuries, the Jewish ghetto of Rome has been a site of both undying pride and solidarity and relentless persecution of a tight knit community. This was built in 1555 on the banks of a frequent flooded bend of the Tiber...

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13 Piazza della Repubblica
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Rank: 72 About 279

It is one of the main hubs of the city. On it stands the Basilica of Saint Mary of the Angels and Martyrs, by Michelangelo in the sixteenth century, adjacent to the Baths of Diocletian. At its center is the Fountain of the Naiads, created by sculptor...

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14 pigneto
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Rank: 73 About 279

When in Rome, tourists can do what the locals do, head to Pigneto. This is a lively neighborhood of Rome which free of traffic and has plenty of restaurants and bars worth checking. One can find in these dynamic...

Reviewed by: Ekaja
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15 san lorenzo
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Rank: 77 About 279

San Lorenzo is a beautiful neighborhood which is situated in south part of Italy and incorporates the geographical center of the Greco-Roman city. Centered on the intersection of via dei Tribunali...

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16 Spanish Steps
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Rank: 80 About 279

The Spanish Steps are a set of steps in Rome, Italy and were named after a local 17th century ambassador’s residence. The steps are a blend of straight flights, curves, terraces, vistas covered with enormous pots of...

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17 Centocelle
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Centocelle or Prenestino Centocelle is a beautiful suburban neighborhood which is located 4 kilometers to the east of the city center in Rome. A typical residential area, this district is a must visit...

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18 Esquilino
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Rank: 102 About 279

Esquilino, along with the close San Giovanni, is a famous neighborhood in Rome, Lazio. Named after the Esquiline hill, where it stands, the place is partly a Chinese immigrants neighborhood too....

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19 Garbatella
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Rank: 106 About 279

The Garbatella was once the working class districts in Rome and is of a renaissance period. This is a typical Roman suburb which was built in the Fascist period and is worth visiting for its exceptional...

Reviewed by: Akhil
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20 Parioli
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Rank: 124 About 279

The Parioli district is one of the oldest in Rome, and the most exclusive. Area crowded Piazza Euclide and panoramic Piazza delle Muse. Among the most significant, historic Fort Antennas and musical center of the Auditorium Parco della Musica.

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