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Review of Via Veneto

Via Veneto
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$195.00*
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Rome's Highlights and Colosseum Private Tour
Ranked #225 of 2,036 things to do in Rome
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: Via Veneto is one of the most expensive and famous shopping streets in Rome. This is where Federico Fellini filmed "La Dolce Vita."
Reviewed April 29, 2018

This location was great. There were at least half a dozen restaurants within a five minute walk. it was also a short walk to the Spanish steps and the Trevi fountain. The subway, bus stop and taxi stands were also very close.

Thank Mary C
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"la dolce"
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"sweet life"
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"federico fellini"
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"westin excelsior"
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"bring lots of money"
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"great street"
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"expensive cafes"
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"wearing comfortable shoes"
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"great place to stroll"
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"modern architecture"
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Reviewed April 8, 2018 via mobile

Our first time in Italy so we get great welcome from this hotel good check in with friendly staff by miss almal..facility really good breakfast was nice. We there in the first snow after 2012 so we got good reccomment from FOM that where should we go etc. I wish next time if i back to rome i will stay there again for sure

Thank nimothy
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Reviewed March 18, 2018

amazing architecture - a throwback to Fellini's classic La Dolce Vita which was mostly filmed around this area which oozes elegance and charm

Thank Clairecalvagna
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Reviewed January 22, 2018

We walked along this street only once. Thereafter preferring the side streets with less traffic and thereby being more easily crossed. There were some delightful buildings visible to the street but not sure whether that made taking your life in your hands worth it.

2  Thank Cappacino_Girl
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Reviewed December 30, 2017

To me, Via Veneto (also known as Via Vittorio Veneto) is one of the most fascinating and romantic urban streets in the world!

Via Veneto became immortalized in Federico Fellini's La Dolce Vita (The Sweet Life). In the 1960 film, Marcello Mastroianni plays the part of a playboy newspaper gossip writer who spends every evening in Via Veneto, the hotspot for people who want to be seen. It was here that the term "paparazzi" became widely used.

The famous few blocks in northeast Rome may never regain the glamour of the 1950s and early 1960s, but it's still plenty wonderful for this boy from Kansas. My personal favorites:

Gran Caffé Doney (No. 141) no longer has celebrities in sunglasses hobnobbing with attractive starlets, but it still attracts a hip crowd for nightly aperitifs. During the day, you can relax under a magnolia tree with a newspaper and cappuccino and people watch.

Café de Paris (No. 90) looks as chic as it did when Federico Fellini and Ava Gardner relaxed at its outdoor tables. To me, it's a magical place to sip espresso, daydream and enjoy the sweet life.

La Terrazza dell'Eden (Via Ludovisi 49) is the restaurant/bar of the Eden Hotel (corner of Via Veneto and Via Ludovisi). The legendary retreat at the top of this historic hotel may offer the best views in Rome.

Harry's Bar (No. 150) is the Roman branch of the famed Venetian café that opened up in 1961. Years later, it's still the haunt for local politicians and those who enjoy an after-dinner drink at a piano bar :-D

Another allure of Via Veneto is its proximity to other Roman treasures. It is fantastic to have five of Rome’s most amorous attractions just a few blocks away:

• Aurelian Wall

• Villa Borghese

• Trevi Fountain

• Pincio Gardens

• Spanish Steps/Piazza di Spagna

We can't wait until the next time we visit this enchanting street!

2  Thank greekcypriot2009
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