The Spanish Steps in Rome, linking Piazza di Spagna at the base and Piazza Trinità dei Monti at the top, are among the most famous monuments of the city, as well as a symbol of the whole country,
Due to the stairway and its butterfly shape, Piazza di Spagna is featured in several popular films, such as ‘We all loved each other so much’, ‘Roman Holiday’ and ‘Three girls from Rome’.
The steps leading to Trinità dei Monti are also used as a catwalk for the frequent fashion shows.
After your breakfast at your b&b there’s nothing better than sitting on the Spanish Steps, enjoying the warm sun and admiring the square before it gets too crowded. If your holiday is dedicated to the pursuit of designer brands, that’s your perfect destination. Among the most popular squares for tourists, it is one of the places not to miss during the classical tour of Rome. History, charm, art, shopping in one lovely place!
The square, takes its name from the Spanish Embassy to the Holy See, it is a jewel that gets together three of the most vibrant centuries of Roman architectural history: works such as the Fountain of the Old Boat built by Pietro and Gian Lorenzo Bernini, or the façade of the Borromini’s Palace of the Propagation of the Faith coexist with the mannerist of the sixteenth-century Church Trinità dei Monti, the aristocratic eighteenth-century flight of steps which connects the area to the just above Pincian Hill.
The nearby Via Margutta, where there are some of the most prestigious art galleries of the city, every December re-extends the invitation “Cento pittori a Via Margutta” (one hundred painters in Via Margutta), an exposition “on the road” open to all.
Heart of the capital, it has a metro station to ensure equitable access for all, located close to the most important shopping streets, a B&B in Piazza di Spagna is the perfect destination for those who want to stay in elegance, art and high fashion.