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While Piazza del Campidoglio has a distinct Renaissance feel to it (the palaces are a showcase for that period) and Michelangelo's beautiful design of the square make this a spectacular spot, it is also the hear of Ancient Rome. It was atop the Capitoline Hill...More
Michelangelo's 1536 design for this Piazza where Civic magistrates worked as the Heart of Rome turns toward the Vatican and away from the ancient Roman Forum. It was a clear symbolic/political statement. The Piazza design called for the Palazzo dei Conservatori to be restored and...More
This piazza was designed by Michelangelo, and is certainly one of the finest in all of Rome. The architecture is impressive, the views are beautiful, and there is a tremendous amount of history in the museums.
This is a great piazza for several reasons. You get to walk up the steps and climb Roma on the way to the museums. If you don't have time for them, keep walking because you will eventually be introduced to a wonderful entry way to...More
This is one of our favourite piazzas in Rome and it is designed by famous Italian artist, Michaelangelo. The day view and night view are different, but both are equally stunning. This is also a good location to enjoy the panoramic view of Roman Forum.
It is a lovely beautiful historical square. Has always been the seat of Roman governance. And has an imposing view on the surrounding places like the Coliseum, Circo Massimo, Foro Romano etc. You can walk up from the Piazza Venezia aide and go down towards...More
In a town with a piazza on every block, this one truly stands out. Michelangelo designed a masterpiece of balanced space. You feel good just walking around this area!
TIP: Keeping walking South for 60 seconds for an incredible view from the Mirador de Campidoglio!
At Campidoglio - no
One can park on the side streets off Via delle Botteghe Oscure (which becomes Via di S.Marco), which is a short walk away (400m walk as per Google Maps); however, not sure if there any parking... More
At Campidoglio - no
One can park on the side streets off Via delle Botteghe Oscure (which becomes Via di S.Marco), which is a short walk away (400m walk as per Google Maps); however, not sure if there any parking restrictions, although there did not seem to be an restrictions. It is a quieter compared to trying to park off Via del Corso.