Piazza Venezia, Rome
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Address: Piazza Venezia, Roma, Italy
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The geometric centre of Rome, this is also one of the most prime squares of Rome. The square is named after Cardinal Venezia who was responsible for the construction of his palace Palazzao Venezia in 1455, which later also became the seat of 'Serenissima' (Republic of Venice).
The square is flanked with important structures on its all sides including Palazzetto Venezia, Assicurazioni Generali (general insurance company), Palazzo Bonaparte (home of Napolean’s Mother), church of San Marco and Palazzo delle Aste and the Monument of Victor Emmanuel.
One of the major and most beautiful squares in Rome, the Piazza Venezia has a rich historical significance attached to it. The picturesque square has it all to make for a great attraction. The Piazza Venezia tickets are free of cost, still you can easily opt for the Piazza Venezia tour tickets. The Piazza Venezia tours will guide you with the history of this particular attraction.
How To reach Piazza Venezia by Public Transport
- Bus 51, N25, 85, 87, 118 Subway line MEB1, MEB (Laurentine) to stop Cavour
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Well, it’s a war museum, and I didn’t understand the flags, because I didn’t care! I know! I’m sorry, don’t be offended, you have to care for these kind of stuff to enjoy. But, I enjoyed the marine part so much, you can see the pictures. the view and the building itself are magnificent.
Historical place, important point of reference, great landmark, almost like a piazza of the world - with people of all nationalities and so many different walks of life passing through. A good hub for various means of transport to reach any part of the city by public transport. It is also a good meeting point for all even those who are in the city for the first time.
One of my favourite places in the whole of Rome, and that's really saying something. The architecture is stunning, and the whole place exudes an aura of calm silence. When the sun is shining, I could spend hours on the rooftop, looking out at the beautiful vistas in all directions. There is a quaint restaurant up there too, which serves lovely coffee and pastries/sandwiches. Very much worth a visit if you're ever in Rome!
nice but touristy. Interesting bit of history, but eh. I had the best Panacota EVER (covered in amazing chocolate) in a little place directly across the street from it. I would go back just for that.
If you want to have a buffet of places to eat, go here. Everyone wants your business so take your time. There are miscellaneous sidewalk vendors selling everything from jewelry to scarves and phone chargers. Late night hang out but Americans don't be caught off guard by the amount of smoking that goes on at all outdoor restaurants.
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