What a great architecture! I recommend to go to the top and take a picture of the plaza or sit at the corner and have a wine
About Piazza Venezia
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Piazza Venezia is still one of the most impressive Roman squares, and is located near the Forum and the Capitol. This building is huge and gorgeous. Piazza Venezia is surrounded by amazing architecture, cafés and restaurants. It is nice to feel all this energy and...More
Beautiful daytime or evening, with nice buildings all around and the imposing monument of the Altare della Patria, glaringly white and vast. Very close to the Roman Forum and the Colosseum.
A not to miss place. This building is beautiful not only during daylight but evening walk to this place is very romantic especially during winter and past 6pm. From Colosseum, it is a less than 10 minutes walk to reach this place.
Piazza Venezia is a must see for any tourist to Rome. The most impressive sight is the monument located at the southern end of the piazza. There is an enormous statue of a soldier on horseback. Be sure to take the stairs to the mezzanine...More
Visited on way to the Roman Forum and Colosseum and what a building this is. I hadn't really heard of this landmark beforehand so when I started walking towards it took my breath away. A majestic building which you can go around the rear and...More
just walking towards Piazza venezia with its spacious space and seeing the steps and the tomb of the lost solider with the big status you feel you are in the middle of an old movie, you feel you are at the heart of rome, you...More
Stunning! You can see this monument from many parts of the city. Both day and night it is absolutely beautiful. I definitely recommend walking to the top to enjoy the view... There is a lot to see inside dedicated to the military and it is...More
Piazza Venezia is surrounded by history. The Victor Emmanuel memorial (also called the War Memorial), Trajan’s Column bearing ancient sculptural carvings, basilicas, and the building where Benito Mussolini gave his speech (which I think is a museum now). Stop and explore the history surrounding this...More
one of the nicest squeres in Rome, and it is a lot of history around this modern building. it is nice to see it before going uphill as we save this manuments from many view points in rome, it was one of the easiest to...More