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Via Veneto

Right in the center of Rome, this is the area that, in the 1950s and early 1960s, was the swinging place to be, where there was the famous "dolce vita"  The legendary “Via Veneto” street is still the site of luxury hotels, elegant cafes and sophisticated restaurants. By strolling around this glamorous and strategic location you will be able to visit the Trevi fountain, The Spanish Steps, the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, the Coliseum, Villa Borghese and many others cultural and historical attractions. 
To the south, Via Veneto comes to an end at Piazza Barberini, dominated by the 1642 Triton Fountain (Fontana del Tritone), a baroque celebration with four dolphins holding up an open scallop shell in which a triton sits blowing into a conch. And for your leisure moments, there are many lovely shops, bars and restaurants to explore and discover in this charming area so you do not need to go far to enjoy all that the eternal city has to offer.




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