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Via del Corso, Rome
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Remarkable for its straightness among so many meandering side streets, Via del Corso runs north and south through the historic center of Rome. In the 15th century, the road was a racetrack for riderless horses in the Roman Carnival. Today, tourists and locals frequent the ground-floor shops and cafes. The cafes spill out into the many piazzas that open up off the street, such as Piazza Venezia and Piazza Colonna. The northern part of the street is the more spacious and comfortable for walking. Further south, the sidewalks become narrower. With our custom trip planner, Rome attractions like Via del Corso can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • You can find a trade next to each other in front of you and so good things of all price varied types of things to color models search admire walk relax with squares otemas históricas points to photos and memories
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  • The shopping street ... connects piazza venezia to piazza del popolo ... designer stores, chains, bars and pastry shops and artists of world road running performances of all kinds
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  • Via del corso is one of the most famous streets in Rome. While not very long it is a journey made of different types of situations. A pedestrian part, another open to traffic, another chaotic close and not at all safe. What about a multi-faceted pathway. Certainly has plenty of shops are appealing both to the Romans but especially to tourists. Via del Corso, incorporates what was the ancient via Flaminia, also called Via Lata. Accessible in various ways from the stop "Flaminio" from which the most central station "Spain". It's still a way to see and experience both good and bad.
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