Streets of Rome

青鹏棋牌Via del Governo Vecchio

Via del Governo Vecchio


Via Governo Vecchio is full to the brim of exciting hotspots and landmarks, fantastic shopping opportunities, and great little bars and eateries.


Via Margutta


Via Margutta is a narrow and picturesque street known for its rich history dating back to the 17th century, once 青鹏棋牌 to Fellini and location of the award winning movie Roman Holiday.

青鹏棋牌Via del Pellegrino Rome

Via del Pellegrino


Venture off Piazza Campo de’ Fiori to find Via del Pellegrino, a street filled with boutiques, galleries, restaurants and cool bars for coffee & aperitivo.

青鹏棋牌Street of Rome: Via Urbana

Via Urbana


Via Urbana captures the essence of Monti: antique and vintage but cool and hipster at the same time, where trendy meets classic and young meets ancient.

青鹏棋牌Streets of Rome: Via Giulia

Via Giulia


Via Giulia is a historic street of Rome, 青鹏棋牌 to several beautiful churches, cultural buildings, and elegant palazzi.

青鹏棋牌Via dei Coronari in Rome

Via dei Coronari


Via dei Coronari: a famous street of Rome. The stores sell mostly art and antiques, but also clothing, interior, jewellery, restaurants and a gelateria.

青鹏棋牌Via del Boschetto

Via del Boschetto


Situated in the heart of Rome’s hippest neighborhood, Monti, Via del Boschetto houses an array of cafés and vintage shops catering to both the young and the old.

青鹏棋牌Via dei Cappellari in Rome

Via dei Cappellari


Via dei Cappellari, or the hat-makers street, makes you feel as if you’re in a small village, not a buzzing capital.