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via della maddalena

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V. Della Maddalena - Rione Colonna, 00187 Rome Italy
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dapper777 wrote a review Aug 2020
Monaco24,182 contributions2,421 helpful votes
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It has always been a question that we have not been able to answer. Why is this street so crowded and popular? This medieval street that starts from Piazza della Rotonda, constantly crowded, offers some artistic attractions, such as the church of the same name but above all, commercial attractions (some clothing shops) and, above all, food (the historic Angelo Feroci butchery), or rather, confectionery: in fact, in just over a hundred meters there are the Lindt Store, the Della Palma and Grom ice cream shops. For the rest, apart from a few beautiful palaces in the piazza della Maddalena where the church is located, we don't think the street can be defined as an attraction: it is very crowded by a mass of noisy young tourists who, not knowing where to go , remain around the narrow streets and alleys around the Pantheon. It is recommended to those who want to find a good ice cream shop.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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The Spanish Steps Apartment wrote a review Sep 2018
Rome, Italy18,724 contributions1,285 helpful votes
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Pretty and busy area not far from the Pantheon, with the ornate Baroque church of Santa Maria Maddalena (very worth seeing).
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Date of experience: September 2018
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SoloTogether wrote a review Aug 2018
Ludlow, United Kingdom465 contributions191 helpful votes
Narrow cobbled street which leads to Piazza della Maddalena and its church, and ultimately Piazza Rotunda with the Pantheon. One of the most popular streets in the Pantheon area for dining, gelato, coffee, shopping and people watching. Not as busy as Piazza Rotunda, never-the-less it is frequented by many. There are a number of very good restaurants catering for tourists along Maddalena, but you may want to seek out something 'off piste' for a quality experience. A must if your staying nearby and want an instant fix of the 'Rome buzz' before venturing further afield.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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risi59 wrote a review May 2018
Branchburg, New Jersey740 contributions114 helpful votes
This Piazza is just steps away from the Pantheon but far enough away to not be dealing with crowds and overpriced eateries. This is our second visit, this time we were the guides for friends and family who came along this trip. We stayed at the Hotel Minerva just steps away The main focal point is a church: Chiesa de Santa Maria Maddalena another hidden treasure. Great place to people watch and enjoy a bottle of wine.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Dimitris L wrote a review Nov 2017
Sydney, Australia19,205 contributions59,743 helpful votes
We walked through this lovely street from Pantheon to some other sights in the area. It is a really beautiful thoroughfare as it has a number of interesting cafes, restaurants, gelato bars, and other types of shops and can make your time go nicely. You will enjoy your walk and you won't notice how time flies! Worth a visit.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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