Piazza di Spagna & the Spanish Steps
A magnet for visitors since the 18th century, the Spanish Steps (Scalinata della Trinità dei Monti) provide a perfect people-watching...
Chiesa della Trinità dei Monti
Looming over the Spanish Steps, this landmark church was commissioned by King Louis XII of France and consecrated in 1585. Apart from...
This 1627 fountain of a sinking boat is believed to be by Pietro Bernini, father of the more famous Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
Hidden away a short walk from the top of the Spanish Steps towards the Pincio Hill Gardens, this graceful cafe-restaurant has a...
This suntrap terrace, ideal for snacks and cocktails, is hidden at the top of the Spanish Steps. It’s perfect for a glass of prosecco ...
Via San Sebastianello 7a · interesting places nearby
Around the corner from the Spanish Steps, this is an ideal place to drop once you’ve shopped. Comfy white seats are strewn with powder-blue cushions, and it gets packed by a Prada-clad crowd, gossiping and flirting over sophisticated salads and perfect panini . You can also order a €40/60 regular/deluxe picnic-for-two to take up to Villa Borghese.