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Porta del Popolo, Rome

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  • Introduction to the historical and beautiful city. The walls are like two sides of the door with adjacent building works, talk to the Museum.
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  • This is a 15th century gate that has undergone long renovations to return it to its original look. it leads into (or out of) Popolo square. 
  • If you were going to the Piazza del Popolo and taking the metro, get off at the Flaminia stop. You can't miss the gate. Pretty amazing gate that is mostly constructed in the 16th centry under the dire...  more »
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  • A lovely place to start your walk down into the historic town from. Lots of things to view and some great little streets to explore near by. Metro brings you out pretty much on the square so easy to get to before a long day of walking round.
  • Great space without being overly crowded. We went on a Saturday at 1 to escape the Vatican crowds and were pleasantly surprised with how much lower key it was. There were fewer street vendors than most other tourist spots which was nice as well.
  • Great place to hang out. Much like everywhere else in Rome, this area is beautiful and great to walk around and explore
  • Nice old historical square with sculptures, fountains and gigantic menhir in front of it. It´s great to cross it when you go to Villa Borghese park that is situated on the hill behind this square.
  • Believe me when I say that you can never get tired of visiting Piazza del Popolo. You can visit it thousands of times and see it again with a different guise. I saw fireworks, live gigs, jugglers, flag throwers... or even normal families enjoying the view while eating an ice-cream. A Rome's symbol, an eternal monument, a simply indescribable beauty!