Piazza di Spagna

 

Piazza di Spagna – Spanish Steps 

Metro Station: Spagna

Piazza di Spagna is the shopping district of Roma. Below you will read shopping streets, shopping stores and restaurants I recommend.

** Walking Distance 23 Minutes from Campo dei Fiori, 11 Minutes to Piazza del Popolo, 11 Minutes to Piazza di Trevi and 18 Minutes to Villa Borghese.

A picture of the front view of Spanish steps or Piazza di SpagnaClose up frame photo of Piazza di spagna during evening timeCloser look at the piazza di spagnaBlogger Razanmasri waiting for Natasha at the Spanish stepsLooking at the Via condotti street from Piazza di spagna stepsBlogger's host and friend Natasha at the Piazza di SpagnaVia Condotti 

in this street, you will find the crème de la crème. The high-end designer shopping.

Via Condotti Street sign

The Dior Building at the Piazza di Spagna Via CondottiCeline at the Via Condotti

Other shopping streets like:

Via del Corso

 the longest shopping street in Rome, where you will find all the commercial brands.

Bocca Di Dama: Corso Via Emanuele 184 – Dessert shop worth visiting with beautiful setting.

Dadada – Via del corso 500 – Romanian designer with beautiful items and great prices.

Via Crice

Grano – Via Della Crice 49/A – Yummy Pizza

Architecture of the Piazza di Spagna

View of spanish steps from via condottiStreet sign of AntichitaVia Frattina 

You will find local designer shops and more brands.

Elisabetta Franchi – Via Frattina 18 – For nice evening dresses.

A further look of the spanish stepsArchitecture PhotoVia dela Croce

This is where you will find the best Tiramisu in Rome.

Pompi – Via della croce 82 – Finest Tiramisu.

Via Lucina

Via della croce street signThe best tiramisu in rome at piazza di spagnaTiramisu comes in different flavors at PompiCute Balcony at the spanish steps

Via Borgognona 

Ginger – Via Borgognona 43/44 – Great atmosphere, High rating and worth checking out.

Tartufi and friends – Via Borgognona 4E – If you love truffles you must try this place.

Astrologo Ottica – Via Fontanella Borghese 25-26 – If you love sunglasses, this place is a must visit. You will find the best hand selected eye/sun glasses.

Brunello Cucinelli – Via Borgognona – 33 – One of a kind Italian designer shop with beautiful designs.

Ginger one of the highly recommended restaurants in romePicture of GINGER from the outsideGnocchi at Ginger Ginger restaurant from the inside Cute local brand interiorPiazza dei Popolo 

Metro: Flaminio

This Piazza connects with Via Corso. You can also try Via dei Babuino thta also takes you to the spanish steps from Piazza dei Popolo.

If you walk down the street of Via di Ripette you will reach Mausoleo Augusto where you will find several open buffet restaurants. If you go there, check out this petite kitchenette shop “Gusto”.

Walking towards piazza dei popoloBetty Boop selling PastaFountain at the piazza dei popoloNun walking at the Piazza di PopoloPiazza dei Popolo ObeliskSmall street magazine shopWet street after a rainy day in RomeA snack bar on the way Piazza di Spagna is all about shopping and walking.

Go on a good weather and enjoy your time.

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Take me back to Rome – Italy.

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