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How to drive Vespa - iconic italian scooter in RomeHow to peek through the Knights of Malta keyhole in RomeHow to visit the Colosseum in RomeHow to see the illusion of St. Peter's dome in RomeHow to climb to the roof of the Altar of the Fatherland in RomeHow to admire Rome from the Aventine Hill in RomeHow to walk through the orange garden in Rome65 things to doin Rome
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138 different-sized footsteps leads from Barcaccio fontain to observation deck and old french cathedral. The beautiful place, one of the symbols of Italy.
The correct name of this place, more known as Spanish Steps, is Scalinata di Trinità dei Monti. It starts from Spanish Square and goes up to the top of Pincho hill, and here's beautiful cathedral Trinità dei Monti on this hill.
Photo: Spanish Steps, © Paolo Margari
It's one of the most popular places in Rome, every evening you will see hundreds of people, italians and travellers, spending their time here.
You can take it by train (Spagna station, line A) or by horses (you will find this service in the center of Rome).
Close to the Spanish Steps popular brands placed their boutiques and sometimes they make great fashion shows on the steps.
Photo: Spanish Steps in spring, © Stefano Costantini
From the top of the stairs you will see the magnificent view of the city. And every spring steps are decorated with flowers, we advise you to see it.
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Sit on the Spanish Steps
In the evening, when the lights turn Rome into a kind of fairy tale, rise to the top of the Spanish steps and see how does night Eternal City look like.FREE24
See the Festa della Primavera
In April, when Rome is celebrating the spring, all the city is filled of flowers, and the Spanish Steps are decorated with azaleas.5
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Spanish Steps on the mapLocation: Piazza di Spagna
Tours & excursions 7
Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day
Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day is for those of us with limited time or for those of us looking for the one day overview of Rome, then this Rome Highlights Tour is for you.€215+/person28
Rome’s Best at Sunset
The best way of beating the jetlag and seeing Rome as the pink light kisses the marble buildings. None city remains more famous for its transformation by sunset than Rome.€35+/person32
VIP Romantic Gift
How ROME-antic...this tour is the perfect romantic honeymoon gift, wedding gift, St. Valentines Day present or even Anniversary Gift for your loved one.€85+/person28
Rome in a Day Private Tour
See all of the main highlights of Rome and the Vatican on a 6-hour walking tour, with skip-the-line entry to the Vatican and the Colosseum & Roman Forum.€425+/person29
A nightwalk to discover Rome
Come with us through this wonderful evening, to discover Rome's most beautiful corners. Enjoy the magnificent stroll through the Eternal City!€50+/person6
Bike tour around Rome
Explore Rome in 4 hours! Riding a bike around Rome is a great possibility to get aquainted with the city and its history.€40+/person4
Night bike tour
Taking a 4-hour night tour around Rome is a fascinating way to explore one of the most romantic city in the world and make your night different.€45+/person5
More places to visit in Rome
Castle of the Holy Angel
This castle was once the tallest building in Rome, and its history is very interesting for everyone, who visit it.20
Giovanni Fassi's gelateria
The Giovanni Fassi's gelateria exists since 1880 and is considered one of the oldest not only in Rome but throughout Italy.25
Piazza of Knights of Malta
Here are the doors of the Priory of the Knights of Malta and obelisks with mysterious signs, that's why the Piazza attracts everyone who love history and mysteries.40
Campo de' Fiori
Square in Rome where houses and huts of fishermen are located in a chaotic manner, there is a market where you can buy fresh fish and vegetables.4
The bridge Cavour is better known for the Roman tradition as the place where daredevils jump into the waters of the Tiber in the New Year.14
The bridge laid over the river Tiber and leads to Castel Sant'Angelo. The bridge was used to expose the bodies of the executed to be a warning to sinners.5
The Colosseum is number one in the to-see-list for Italy and has almost 2000-years history with the fights of the gladiators and the dramatic shows.59
The real Rome is here: on the small street of Trastevere, where the music, the party and the rest never stop.23
It is difficult to resist the temptation and not to try all the desserts, because each dessert is prepared according to an ancient recipe.3
On the Aventine hill near the Orange garden the Rose garden is located. Here you will see many different types of these flowers.6
This hill is called the eighth hill of Rome, on top of it is a lighthouse and a monument of Garibaldi, this is a great place to relax and explore Rome.30
On the territory of the Roman Villa Borghese landscape park you can see the unusual water clocks.4