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Via Veneto, Rome

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Historic Walking Area Tourist Spot
Take a walk through history at Via Veneto, one of the most famous shopping streets in Rome. This street is filled with elegant shops, making it one of the most expensive shopping areas in the city. You will find the gardens of Villa Borghese here as well, where you can enjoy the hedges, flowerbeds, and lake. There is also the Keats Shelley Museum, dedicated to the Romantic poets. The name of the street commemorates the Battle of Vittorio Veneto in 1918 during World War I. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Via Veneto and many more Rome attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Rome vacation generator.
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  • If you want to get away from the Forum area the Via Veneto is worth a trip, it has more of a Parisian feel to it as the wide tree linked avenue snakes up the hill. There are still some high end hotels...  more »
  • We stayed at a hotel in Piazza Barberini and explored Via Veneto one afternoon. A fairly interesting street with pavement cafes. We walked all the way down to an ancient gate called Porta Pinciana whi...  more »
  • A symbol of the long gone La Dolce Vita, now the street is lined by exclusive hotels and some bars, and the US Embassy. There are better streets for strolling in Campo Marzio.  more »
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  • Great place for a fraction of what a big hotel in the same area will cost
  • Super friendly welcome, large nice room, great for a short stay. Would book it again at any time. Disturbance: the accommodation is not so easy to find. Quite hidden, and only mentioned at the door bell.
  • It's large room in a good, quiet location that is still fairly central. The facilities are nice and modern with an aircon that keeps the room cool. The staff were friendly and helpful with suggestions when asked. The only negative is that the aircon can be fairly loud at times. It wasn't a problem for us, but it may be for a light sleeper.
  • Vincenzo and Marco were very warm, polite and helpfull. The room was quite nice, clean and tidy every day but not so bright and without a balcony. The beds were very comfortable. The bathroom was nice. Breakfast was O.K. The area was aristocratic and safe, 3 minutes from a big fantastic park and very close to Spanish stairs area. It's a good choice, worth staying.
  • Great rooms, daily housekeeping service and private facilities in the room. The bed provided is one of the most comfortable I've ever tried. The location where is the best to reach any corner and service of Rome and the price per night makes it one of the best choices. Recommended.
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