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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.
How to sit on the Spanish Steps in Rome
In the evening, after walking through the city, count all the footsteps of the most famous European stairs, rise on it's top and enjoy the view of the night Rome, illuminated with hundreds of lights.

You can arrange a small picnic, bring Italian Ice or bruschetta.

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#13Spanish Steps in RomeSpanish Steps

138 different-sized footsteps leads from Barcaccio fontain to observation deck and old french cathedral. The beautiful place, one of the symbols of Italy.

Location: Piazza di Spagna

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#28A nightwalk to discover RomeA 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+/person

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