Via del Corso, Rome
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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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Shopping...shopping....shopping Just loved it. Lots of shops..easy to get to And get around that street
Una de las calles principales y famosas de Roma. Ideal para ver negocios o tomar un helado en pleno verano.One of the main and famous streets in Rome. Ideal for show business or ice cream in summer.show original
Обязательно к просмотру и посещению. Размер и масштабность поражают. Бесплатно и запоминающе. Посетили случайно, потратили пол дня и не разочаровались!Be sure to view and visit. The size and magnitude of the strike. Free and zapominaûŝe. Visited casually, spent half a day and are not disappointed!show original
Matt mejorSuper friendly staff and efficient:)show original
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