Rome...such a magnificent city.
Piazza di Spagna. One of the most popular meeting places in Rome. The elegant staircase,built between 1723-1726, consists of 137 steps over twelve different flights.
Love shopping? The most luxurious brands can be found at Via Condotti, Via Borgognona and Via Frattina. As well as first class restaurants and ice-cream parlours hidden amongst the old narrow streets and squares.
We had spagheti at dobar restaurant and everything we had ordered was delicious!
Liked the idea of decorating the wall with plastic water glasses.
I wonder what the guy behind us is thinking about…
Trevi fountain, the most beautiful fountain in all of Rome. The figures of unruly “sea horse” and the docile animal symbolize the two contrasting moods of the sea.
Tradition has it you will return to Rome if you throw a coin into the water
Fountain of the Four Rivers. The fountain features four figures that represent a river from a different continent – the Nile, Ganges, Danube and Rio della Plata.
Piazza del Poppolo
Walk down Via del Corso and at number 20 you will see the house of the great German poet Goethe.
Just opposite on the other side of the street, you can see the eighteenth century building Palazzo Rondanini which once housed a famous art collection.
We stayed at rental appartments B&B Corso22 at via del corso. The room wasn’t special but it was clean and the location was perfect. It was walking distance to almost all the sites. It is close to Via Condotti, the Spanish Steps and to the subway.
The breakfast was also good, you had it all in your fridge and it was much more than enough.
and the Colosseum, the centre of entertainment.