Spanish Steps15 Votes
- Address: 1725 22nd St NW, Washington, DC 20008, USA, Capitol Heights, United States
- Phone: +1-2024830553
- Tags: Landmark, Family And Kids
You can take a tour of the Spanish Steps if you like to taste the minute details of the locations that you plan to tour. The Spanish Steps were built in the year 1911 as a linking mode between Decatur Place and S Street. But the Spanish Steps is not only a mere set of stairs but it is a park as well. The area is steep and strictly for the pedestrians. Trees, neat decoration and a lion-head fountain make the place look cool and comfortable. People sit here to relax and spend a few hours with their loved ones. As the spot is beautiful, a lot of people use it as their wedding venue as well.
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How to Reach Spanish Steps
- Buses H1, L1 to stop - Florida Ave NW & Phelps Pl NW
- Buses H1, L1, N2, N4, N6 to stop - Massachusetts Ave NW & Florida Ave NW
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Spanish Steps Reviews & Ratings
Just some nice steps. Not a big deal. Definitely not worth a special trip.
Very pretty, too many mosquitos. In a bit of disrepair.
Not worth the detour. Not comparable to Rome's famous Spanish steps. Could be a place to rest if around the area.
It's steps. Literally someone said let's make stairs a tourist attraction. It's just stairs.
It's quite. It's a hidden place if you want to get away from city life. It's clean. It's stairs if you want to exercise. It'll be a special place for me because that's where I said 'yes' to my best friend!