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Via Nazionale, Rome

(3.4/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web)
Amble down Via Nazionale, completed at the end of the 19th century to connect Stazione Termini to the city center, and now home to some of the best shopping and dining in the city. Stretching from Piazza Republica to Piazza Venezia, the boulevard is lined with gelato shops, restaurants, and stores to accommodate all budgets. Along the way you'll see landmarks like the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, the Palazzo Koch, and the 17th-century Roman Villa Aldobrandini. Plan your Via Nazionale visit and explore what else you can see and do in Rome using our Rome travel itinerary planner.
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  • It is in the middle of old town and you can easily access from everywhere. There are lots of big or boutique names with special sales. In between you can find lovely small streets for great restaurant...  more »
  • Via Nazionale is a nice, busy street in the center of the city. Is it a variety of clothing stores and several cafes, I lived with her in Rome, but I do not consider it as a tourist attraction.
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  • A central street, full of shops of all kinds, full of people and full of car traffic. not really a great place to stroll around
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  • If you are a tourist here you can found a lot of delicious Italian products. The price is a little bit high but the quality of the food is veeeeery good
  • Good coffee, good cakes. A bit pricey. And unfortunately no appropriate toilet.
  • Loved the shop. Has many kinds of chocolates that you can take back home.
  • Went to buy Marmite but Piazza Vittorio has better prices
  • We were so excited to come here as it was recommended by a friend! However, when we showed up at 740pm (far in advance of the 8pm closure as noted on their website), we were told by the very rude brunette woman at the front counter that they were closed. When we noted that the website said they closed 20 minutes later at 8pm, she suddenly said she didn't understand our English (even though we had just been conversing with her and she spoke perfect English), and that we had to leave. She was very rude, and it looked like everything they sell in their store is the same stuff sold in all of the touristy Rome shops.