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Stayed in an apartment on this street. As it turned out it was a fortuitous choice. This is a central location for most attractions (we walked from here to The Vatican, Piazza Navona, Campo di Fiori, Museum of Rome, Spanish Steps, The Pantheon, Colosseum, Trevi...More
Roma A.D is a shop that sells italian ceramics from Umbria (Deruta), Castelli, Vietri, Bassano, etc. Dishes, panels, some paintings, unique pieces from Turingia and from France. What a joy for those who love the hand made traditional ceramics! Highly recommended.
This is one of the most beautiful streets to stroll down and check out all the shops. The street was built by Pope Sixtus IV in the 16th century. Its name was chosen to differentiate it from the nearby Via dei Banchi Vecchi, which is...More