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Centro Storico & the Spanish Steps

The Famous Monument And Busiest Streets Of Rome, Italy

This Italy's Top Attraction is known as "Scalinata della Trinità dei Monti" in Italian, and it has 135 travertine stairs and 12 ramps, making it the widest and longest staircase in all of Europe. Millions of tourists and Romans visit it every day. Rome's renowned scalinata (monumental stairway), also known as the Spanish Steps, is the focal point of Piazza di Spagna. The Spanish Steps are nearby the Centro Storica (Centre of Rome).

Best time to visit: Apr-To-Oct
Things to do: Explore Street Food, Walk The Infamous Steps, Get A Photoshoot Done, Admire The Architecture

HOW TO REACH

  • Flight - There are only two airports in Rome. At Fiumicino, one is Leonardo da Vinci. 32 km separate the city from the airstrip. Another airport is Ciampino Airfield. Cheap airlines arrive here.
  • Rail - Leonardo Express, which drops off at Stazione Terminal, is the best method to get to the city from Fiumicino airport. The admission costs 11 euros. A cab is an additional option. False cab drivers do not con people; the cost of a taxi is predetermined. To get to Central Europe from the airport, it costs €48.
  • Road - The Autostrada del Sole, the primary route linking Rome to the rest of Italy, allows you to travel up to the city of Rome by car. Some cities across Europe are linked by roads as well!

HOW TO GET AROUND

  • Local Bus- Rome has an extensive transit system that is run by ATAC. There are designated tour buses as well as regular buses that are a dependable method to get around the city. HO-HO Coaches, open-top double-decker buses, are another option.
  • Cab - Although taxis are more expensive than other forms of transportation, the ease and speed make them worthwhile. The majority of cabs have meters and can be rented at taxi stands. Getting a cab on the street is not very common.
  • Metro - Rome Metro has three routes, A, B, and C, and 73 stations are served by these lines. ATAC offers the service, which is a subterranean network that connects many areas of the city.
  • Rental - Bicycles, mopeds, and motorcycles are all common two-wheelers in Rome, and many rental businesses provide them, including HP Motorrad, Roma BMW Motorcycle Rental, Rent & Rent, Punto Informativo, Comitato per la Caffarella, and others. Segways are yet another practical means of navigating metropolitan streets, but they are only permitted on sidewalks. Rome on Segway, Rex Tours and Rent, Ecogo Segway, among others, are some of the businesses that loan out Segways. Europcar, Sixt Car Hire, Budget Noleggio Auto Roma Termini, and other car hire agencies are available.
  • Local Train - Trams and suburban railroad lines make up Rome's above-ground train system. The Roma-Centocelle, Roma-Lido, and Roma-Nord are well-known routes.

Traditional Food

Want to explore new culture and new food? Try out Rome's Street Food, that is quite famous all over Europe! Below is the list of Street food and traditional Food in Rome! Supplì, Trapizzino, Carciofi alla giudia, Pinsa, Porchetta