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Via Nazionale, Rome
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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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  • connects piazza dell'esedra or della repubblica to piazza Venezia from 800 since it opened. The idea was to function of representation at the entrance in Rome using the train. along the way there are many significant nineteenth-century buildings to be seen, as well as theatres and need to get to the Quirinale. Towards the middle there is the exit from the central barracks of the firemen of Via Genova. The most significant thing in the heart of Rome are gathered in this road surrounded by the life of nineteenth-century Rome. is nice to see day and night
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  • Central, close to Venice square, comfortable to walk in the historic centre of Rome, go to the Vatican... is the right place
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  • It's a big and nice Street in the Centre of Rome. The cars go too fast, it would take of speed cameras. Well, we are in Rome and almost never rules are respected. The street is lined with beautiful buildings, with apartments with high ceilings as iace to me. Seeing particularly Palace Koch headquarters of the Bank of Italy, truly amazing. To visit the Church of san Vitale, which hosts free concerts every now and then (not a bad idea!). In the street there are also the Eliseo Theatre and the piccolo Eliseo. For gi shoppers there are plenty of shops and for those who want to eat there are plenty of restaurants, from fast food to those dearest, you only have to choose. Finally, there are many beautiful hotels where I stay but I imagine them quite expensive. Alright but a walk along via Nazionale and visiting san Vitale doesn't pay! Giovanni
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