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Trinita dei Monti, Rome

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web
Climb the historic Spanish steps to find yourself at Trinita dei Monti. Most famous for its position at the top of the steps that lead down to the Piazza di Spagna, this church offers you a panorama view of the surrounding area. Inside are paintings by Giambattista Naldini depicting the life of John the Baptist, including Baptism of Christ. You will also find a painting by Daniele da Volterra, a pupil of Michelangelo, called Assumption of the Virgin. Several frescoes and well-known canvases decorate the interior as well, along with an assortment of other paintings. Religious services are also still offered inside the church. Our Rome travel itinerary planner makes visiting Trinita dei Monti and other Rome attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Get to the top of the Church is easy. Admire the unforgettable view on top. Between the environment is prayer and recollection, enjoy to relax.
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  • My last visit to the city of Rome dates back to a few years ago then the basilica was closed by tarpaulins and scaffolding for the restoration now instead show all its splendor also because of the work you can't visit
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  • It is located in Spain climbed the Spain square Piazza Trinità dei Monti Church. Façade of the Church with the Bell Tower of the two 8/2016 I did, but unfortunately Spain stairs that pass under construction, but was very good.
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  • Located Near by the famous Spanish Steps and Piazza di Spagna. Offering spectacular views of Rome on a good sunny day :D
  • We were disappointed with the Spanish Steps but not with this! The Trinità dei Monti is absolutely charming, sitting on the top of the steps overlooking one of the busiest areas and piazza of Rome. GO on a SUNNY afternoon, walk up from Spanish Steps and prepare to spend 15-20 mins there. Viewing of inside the church is free and quick. Outside one can sit and take a break from all that walking and soak up the afternoon sun.
  • Stunning viewpoint over the Spanish steps and the historical centre, in a well kept "posh" area, it is worth walking all the way up here and then to the left to Villa Borghese or to the right to admire the façade of Biblioteca Hertziana
  • Nice church, different style compared to the typical Roman ones. Might be worth checking out if you are nearby but don't come here specifically for it.
  • Great to get a stunning view over the 'city'
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