“Where is the coolest place in town?” If you ask a question, I can direct you to one place: the Spanish Steps.
The stairs, which are about 10 minutes away from the Fountain of Love, got their name from the Spanish Embassy nearby. Thanks to the stairs, which were built between 1723 and 1726, easy access to the Trinita dei Monti Church was aimed.
However, today, when the historical texture of its surroundings is added to the work, it has become a center of attraction that every traveler is eager to stop by. dailyday
If you go down the stairs, you can see the Fontana della Barcaccia, designed in the shape of a boat, up close. When you follow the crowd, you can reach Via Condotti in a few minutes.
Beware of! heavy news
It is not allowed to sit, eat or drink on the Spanish Steps for a long time. Photographing on the steps has recently been added to the list of prohibitions. Serious fines are imposed on those caught breaking the rules.
Piazza di Spagna, 00187 Rome labastide-saint-pierre
- Castel Sant’Angelo Another architectural beauty that I would recommend you not to forget while preparing your Rome travel list is Castel Sant’Angelo, which was built in the 2nd century as a mausoleum for Hadrian and his family.
The building attained its current mighty appearance in the Middle Ages. However, it never compromised on its elegance with its strikingly beautiful sculptures. word-press
Museo Nazionale di Castel Sant’Angelo operates in the castle, which has a politically active past. If you go to the sections of the museum called Sala delle Urne and Sala Paolina, you can be sure that you will enjoy every minute you spend. 200iso
Of course, apart from the exhibition areas, there is another place I would recommend you to spend time in the castle. If you spend a few minutes at Terrazzo dell Angelo, you can enjoy the magnificent view of St. Peter’s Basilica and the Tiber River. metro-montreal
Do you know?
Cem Sultan, the youngest son of Mehmed the Conqueror, was held captive in Castel Sant Angelo for a long time. You can search for detailed information on the subject. subsaharandrilling
Lungotevere Castello, 00193 Rome chanterelle
Ticket €15 (€7,50) when late visits are available
It can be visited between 09:00 and 23:00.
- Borghese Gallery & Villa Borghese If you think that Rome is a city that stands out only with its deep-rooted history, you have not been to the Borghese Gallery yet. netsolution
The name of the gallery comes from Cardinal Scipione, the art-loving nephew of Pope Paul V. The clergyman has managed to collect an exquisite collection of paintings, sculptures and antiques, most of which were produced between the 15th and 18th centuries. checkergooglerank
Borghese Gallery’s portfolio includes works by Tiziano, Rubens, Botticelli and Caravaggio. While visiting the museum, you can also see Bernini’s works and BC. You can closely examine the finds from the 3rd century. bibliothequeparis
After a day of art, you can throw yourself into the stunning gardens of Villa Borghese to relax and digest your intense experience. In fact, people cannot sit comfortably in the gardens spread over an area of 1,700 acres. He definitely wants to travel. abripiscines
The Roman Zoo serves in the gardens that were turned into a park by the city council in 1903. Elements such as Pincio’s Water Clock and Silvano Toti Theater provide the necessary motivation to visit the park. blague-courte
Piazzale Scipione Borghese, 00197 Rome
It can be visited between 09.00-19.00 hours except Mondays. defisconseil
- Campo de FioriIf you enjoy mobility, consider spending a few hours in Campo de Fiori. The equivalent of the name of the square in our language is “Flower Garden”. Thanks to the market established since 1869, the area has gained such a beautiful name. justin-timberlake
I suggest you go to the square, where street vendors colorize six days a week, for two reasons. First, when you go here, you can find the opportunity to get to know the local shopping culture in detail. Especially if you are looking for souvenirs, you can often come across budget-friendly options. seo-consult
The other reason why I suggest you include Campo de Fiori in your itinerary is the entertainment opportunities. There are cocktail bars on the ground floors of the buildings surrounding the square, which I think you will like. blur
In the meantime, let me tell you. The statue in the middle of the field depicts the philosopher Giordano Bruno. The scientist, whose value was understood later, was burned here in the 1600s because of his thoughts that were considered contrary to his period. websiteseo
Campo dei Fiori, Rome
- Trastevere District
From an objective point of view, Rome is a very lively and noisy city. Although it fascinates people with its art and history, the capital can suffocate after a while. Fortunately, there are escape areas such as Trastevere, which is located on the west bank of the Tiber River. creation-logo
Those who go to the historical district in the heart of Rome have the opportunity to both relax and encounter authentic images. Especially if you like to take photos, you can find great opportunities in the narrow streets of the region.
Trastevere also never sends shoppers to their hotels empty-handed. web-directory