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“very crowded but beautiful”
Review of Trinita dei Monti

Trinita dei Monti
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The Heart of Rome and its Treasures: Full-Day Tour with Lunch
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
Reviewed April 23, 2013

alot of people are here. they usualy just siting on the stairs. go upt he hill near the church to see the beautiful view

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Reviewed March 10, 2013

Trinita dei Monti is the lovely church at the top of the Spanish Steps. The church and adjoining Villa Medici are the property of France (and indeed, despite their name, the Spanish Steps were paid for by the French!) The church was completed in 1585 and towers over the Spanish Steps. In front is a little piazza where artists sometimes sell their goods, and a obelisk (not Egyptian but an ancient Roman copy). The interior is lovely, with a graceful high altar and some noteworthy paintings. The church is certainly worth a visit when you are exploring the Spanish Steps area.

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Reviewed February 20, 2013 via mobile

The church is beautiful and there is a great view from the top of the steps. The only fault is the peddlers are very pushy with their roses.

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Reviewed November 5, 2012

If you're in the Piazza di Spagna neighborhood, you should stop by this quaint and modest church (by Roman standards). It's no St. John Lateran -- but else could be?

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Reviewed October 3, 2012

We visited this church late afternoon and heard some nuns singing beautifully. As with all churches entrance is free. Combine this with a visit to the Spanish steps, Keats & Shelley museum, Babington's tea rooms and Bernini's sculptor of a boat then go shopping.
If you don't fancy the steps find the metro station [which is very close] and use the lift. Have small change for offerings at all churches

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