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Via Veneto is one of the most expensive and famous shopping streets in Rome. This is where Federico Fellini filmed "La Dolce Vita."
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Rome, Italy
Ludovisi / Via Veneto
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All reviewsla dolcehigh end shopsporta pincianasweet lifefederico felliniwestin excelsiorbring lots of moneygreat streetexpensive cafeswearing comfortable shoesgreat place to strollmodern architectureroman streetrome's attractionsnice walkits heydayspanish steps
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Reviewed August 8, 2017

Walk from the Westin Excelsior for about ten minutes down to the wall, and end up at Harry's Bar. Via Veneto is a nicely walk-able street, chock full of restaurants and bars, with a special destination at the end. There is so much to do...More

3  Thank Titus D
Reviewed July 6, 2017 via mobile

When I last walked down Via Veneto 40 years ago it was the place to go. Sadly now it is just a pleasant street with expensive cafes on the pavements and high end hotels. It has none of the mystery and beauty of many of...More

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Reviewed July 4, 2017 via mobile

A sunny day is all you need to enjoy a pleasant walk at Via Veneto. If you're going by Metro, go to the Barberini Metro station (direction Via Veneto). You'll find yourself at the glamorous street where five-star Hotels (Belle Epoque), famous brand boutiques, embassies,...More

Thank Cecilia D
Reviewed July 2, 2017

The district known for its elegance and exclusive for the elite, all lined with expensive hotels and best nightlife activities. High-end shops were also lined up here. At present, less crowd not like during the good old days, but still traffic can be observed at...More

Thank MijnlieverdFH
Reviewed May 18, 2017

If you want to get away from the Forum area the Via Veneto is worth a trip, it has more of a Parisian feel to it as the wide tree linked avenue snakes up the hill. There are still some high end hotels in the...More

Thank Steven W
Reviewed April 28, 2017 via mobile

We stayed at a hotel in Piazza Barberini and explored Via Veneto one afternoon. A fairly interesting street with pavement cafes. We walked all the way down to an ancient gate called Porta Pinciana which was built in the early 5th century. Via Veneto enjoyed...More

1  Thank MonikafromSurrey
Reviewed April 24, 2017

A symbol of the long gone La Dolce Vita, now the street is lined by exclusive hotels and some bars, and the US Embassy. There are better streets for strolling in Campo Marzio.

Thank Milen D
Reviewed April 17, 2017

The street was the center of nightlife in Rome during the economic boom of the 60s. Now it is a tourist spot with many hotels.

Thank Ogi0
Reviewed February 23, 2017 via mobile

Nice street to take walk on, away from the bustle of Rome. Big boulevard style road, not your typical Roman street. Lots of hotels, restaurants, trees lining the street. Quiet & relaxing. The park at Villa Borghese was especially nice.

2  Thank mcsc-squared
Reviewed December 27, 2016

A stroll along the Via Veneto is as Roman as a walk along 5th Avenue in New York or in the Ginza in Tokyo, Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. You will be following in the footsteps of Anita Ekberg, many other celebrities. Some of the...More

Thank warren D
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Ludovisi / Via Veneto
Thanks to Fellini and La Dolce Vita, the Ludovisi and
Via Veneto neighborhood earned its reputation as a
posh area where gorgeous Marcellos wooed actresses and
models while bored housewives hung out in streetside
cafes. The cafes are still there, and so are the
cocktails, but the neighborhood is now home to
five-star businesses including hotels, banks, law
firms, and embassies. The area is also right next to
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February 5, 2018|
Response from Milen D | Reviewed this property |
Tempio di Baco is areally good seafood and typical Italian restaurant. Food is tasty and fresh, waiting time is not long. They have a nice terrace on the street, which will be closed in Feb, I guess. address is: Via... More
September 19, 2017|
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Response from Milen D | Reviewed this property |
Hello, I personally noticed only expensive restaurants on the Via Veneto. Cheaper options are to be found to the part of the area, which is to the opposite side of the city center. Best Regards, Milen
February 26, 2017|
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Response from prefectus | Reviewed this property |
do.not waste money on a taxi. its really a few minutes walk downhill
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