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Via Veneto, Rome

Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Tourist Spots
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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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  • Another very central street of Rome, with many shops, restaurants and cafes. Many shots from films show this way. Another way that shows us the daily life of the inhabitants of Rome.
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  • Modern road Foundation renamed via Vittorio Veneto after the first world war. Leads uphill from piazza barberini at porta pinciana. His fame comes from the period of the dolce vita that made Rome one of the main centers of the international jet set. By that time remain luxury hotels and cafes.
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  • Start your visit to piazza barberini admiring the Triton fountain ... stop by the fountain of the bees--you slopes all hotels are amazing ... Embassy America dominates in midstream ... try ... the fountain to make. Drinking dogs ... have fun you don't forget later in memory of f. Fellini
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