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This is a straight street lined with palazzi and their unfinished arch to link the two Farnese palaces.
We went at the ‘wrong’ time of the day when everything was closed - however it was very nice to have such a beautiful street to yourself...More
This street is so quiet that it's tough to believe that Campo de' Fiori and its crowds are just a few blocks away. Via Giulia actually runs behind the houses overlooking the Trastavere and that shields it from the noise on the riverfront. Several interesting...More
Via Giulia was part of an urban plan to link the port of the Tiber to the Vatican. It was designed in a straight line to make it easier of access. It's a fascinating street lined by churches belonging to various confraternities including that of...More
During the middle ages, this was a crooked, windy road, but was considered a main road. Then in 1508 plans were drawn to straighten it out into what you see today. 1 kilometer of straight cobblestone road, lined with historic fountains, churches and palazzos and...More
Via Giulia is my favorite place in Rome. The whole street is filled with historic
buildings. One can imagine when they were all palaces. Gently decaying Rome at it's best! Via Giulia Restaurant is superb.
Take a walk down this grand boulevard full on either side of grand palaces. It makes for a very impressive and picturesque stroll. At the end is the church where Borromini (Bernini's depressed rival) was buried after he killed himself.
Via Giulia is an old street with some history, dating back to the early 16th century. It is noted for being a "straight" street, without bends, and it played an important role in its heyday. Now it has quite a few shops, but it is...More
We stayed in this area just a street over over from Via Giulia and loved it! It was close enough to walk to everything but far enough away from the crowds. We enjoyed just walking this street and the surrounding side streets. We felt very...More
With three of Rome’s most beloved piazzas within a five-minute walk of each other, the Navona/Pantheon/Campo area may be the prettiest and most picturesque area of the city. Join the beautiful throngs hanging out in cafes, boutiques, art galleries, and wine bars, or peek at a neighborhood museum or monument. If you want nonstop movida, the streets here are busy with chic bicyclists and Vespa
drivers, street vendors, merchants, and locals. There is no rhyme or reason to its winding streets and there's something to see around every corner, so take pleasure in a spontaneous wander.