Rome boasts an enviable wealth of ancient sites, monuments, millennia-old works of art and enchanting landscapes.
It is a city waiting to be discovered, hiding no end of secrets behind its dauntless face. A unique place to be in, every street hides a bar, a restaurant, small antiques markets, colourful stalls.
Unrivalled locations, like the great Piazza Navona, built over the ruins of a stadium erected by the Emperor Domitian, with its fountains and street artists; the Trevi Fountain, with has come to be associated, in people’s minds, with the iconic image of Anita Ekberg; Trinita dei Monti, one of the meeting places preferred by tourists, a perfect backdrop to the beautiful Piazza di Spagna, with its flower-laden steps.
From this famous square you can stroll down Via Condotti, Via Frattina or Via del Babuino, with their trendy boutiques and celebrated historic cafes.
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