Rome is beautiful at every corner. Discover with us the most picturesque streets where you can have the best aperitivo in Rome and drink a glass of wine in a lovely and romantic frame.
- Via Coronari was nominated by the American magazine Architectural Digest one of the world’s top 10 most beautiful streets. It was used during the Middle Ages by the pilgrims going to the Vatican and St Peters basilica. On this street they used to sell corone, which has the meaning of rosaries, therefore the name Via dei Coronari. Nowadays Via dei Coronari offers many boutiques and artisanal shops, bar, gelaterias and small bars where you can enjoy a very nice atmosphere near Piazza Navona on one side and Castel Sant’Angelo on the other side.
- Via Margutta is considered the street of the artists as it is attested by the fountain of the artists, symbol of the area. Many artists organize exhibitions and workshops. Via Margutta is a also connected with La Dolce Vita by Fellini because Fellini used to live here. You can still se a plaque commemorating his house on the number 110.
- Borgo Pio is a picturesque street near the Vatican. The name Borgo comes from the German Burg, in fact the area was an assistance point for the pilgrims coming from Germany. The name Pio comes from the founder Pius IV. This street offers many nice restaurants and bars you can enjoy after the visit of the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel and St Peters basilica.
- Via Annibaldi is a nice area for the stunning terrace overlooking the Colosseum. From here you can enjoy one of the best views of Rome and one of the best instragramable pictures in the eternal city. Even if the bars are quite touristic and expensive, you can have a rest after the visit of the Colosseum and the Roman Forum.
- Via della Scala (Trastevere) is one of the beautiful narrow streets of Trastevere. Trastevere, on the other side of the river, is a mosaic of narrow and picturesque streets that you can visit on your own, just by strolling around or with a guided Tour of Trastevere and Villa Farnesina. Many streets are decorated by plants and vegetation. Visiting Trastevere is really one of the 20 things to do in Rome
- Via Portico d’Ottavia in the Jewish Ghetto has many bars and restaurants which give you the possibility to have a sit in a wonderful frame. The district Sant’Angelo in Rome is the home of the oldest Jewish community of the history. Here you can walk though the ancient ruins of the Portico of Octavia, the theatre of Marcellus and visit the Synagogue, the fountain of the turtles and many hidden secrets of Rome. If you want to learn more about the Jewish Ghetto and try some Roman delicacies check the experience Wine, Food and Hidden Secrets Rome
- Via Condotti is the poshest fashion street in Rome. It is in front of the Spanish Steps. Stunning is the view from Via dei Condotti when the steps are decorated with flowers during the spring time. Via Condotti is the street of the expensive shopping where you can find the famous brands Gucci, Valentino, Prada, Armani and so on. All the area is a cradle of beautiful streets such as Via della Croce, Via Borgognona, Via Frattina. To have a walk here is a must but we recommend to eat in another area if you want to avoid touristic traps.
- Via Giulia is the highway of the Renaissance time. It was commissioned by the powerful pope Julius II and built by Bramante. It is 2 km long and is leading from the church San Giovanni dei Fiorentini to Ponte Sisto. Near Via Giulia are many famous attractions such as Campo dei Fiori, Piazza Farnese but also some hidden secrets such as the prospective gallery by Borromini and the Oratorio del Gonfalone.
- Via Conciliazione is the street in front of the basilica dedicated to St Peter. The street was built by Mussolini 100 years ago and it was built after the Lateran treaty which confirmed the counciliation between the Pope and Italy.