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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
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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 April 26, 2016

A street was built at the end of the 19th century and was later named after the battle of Vittorio Veneto (the final Italian battle in the First World War). It became famous as the center of “the sweet life” (“la dolce vita”) and immortalized...More

2  Thank Borzov
Reviewed April 3, 2016

One of the great streets in one of the great cities in the world. Its great for shopping, history, cafes and close to a number of great sites, like the spanish steps.

Thank wrldwonder
Reviewed March 22, 2016

If walking Rome, be sure to walk Via Veneto. Whether stopping, or just walking, take in the area's hotels, restaurants and be sure to people watch.

Thank LV_Lee
Reviewed March 7, 2016

It is possible to accept a myth as really. That's what movies are all about. No one could create an alternative reality better than Fellini. LA Dolce Vita is worth the trip down fantasy Lane. Have a cocktail at Harry's Bar and make your passagiata...More

Thank Mike K
Reviewed February 23, 2016

Of course passing a Venetian street no more that feeling of sweet life that you could breathe in Rome in the 60s with the capital that served as background to the loves of movie stars and fashion. the road is dirty and the staffs are...More

Thank Demitrios2014
Reviewed January 22, 2016

The Via Veneto begins on Piazza Barberini and end on the Porta Pinciana. It's the" Champs Elysées "to Rome; with many elegant Hotels, terraces, cafés and bistros .Also very nices villas with nice gardens; In 1960 the very well known regisseur, Frederico Fellini shoot the...More

2  Thank Manuela L
Reviewed December 26, 2015

dont go for the food or drink,but for a nice downhill stroll. Take the metro to Spagna, then the tunnel up to the top of the Via that comes out by the Porta Pinciana. Then begin a nice downhill stroll to the piazza Barberini. If...More

Thank Bear H
Reviewed November 22, 2015

The trafic in Via Veneto is definitely confusing the real charme of the street. Of course via Veneto is famous for its shops and hotels, but is the symbol of "La Dolce Vita", and at that time the traffic was certainly less chaotic.

Thank Roberto D
Reviewed November 11, 2015

If you can set some money aside for a dessert and wine, or a meal on the Via Veneto you will make a memory. Great history on this street named after the Battle of Veneto a key victory for Italy WWI. When Italy became united...More

Thank ViaggioCalifornia
Reviewed November 8, 2015

Sometimes an attraction is linked to something else which always conjures up special memories. Federico Fellini and his 'Dolce Vita' branded the Via Veneto into the subconscious of an entire generation. Today it's mostly high end shops, restaurants and hotels. Worth walking down it a...More

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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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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
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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
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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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