A typical Roman street which has a number of nice restaurants and interesting boutique stores to wander through. A nice way to spend some free time in Rome.
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A "typical" street in Rome, sporting numerous shops and small restaurants, running past Augustus Mausoleum and within a block or so of Piazza Navona (after becoming Via della Scofra). While I wouldn't go out of my way to see this street, it does provide a...More
The street connecting Ara Pacis with Piazza del Popolo. There is nothing interesting about this street, so it does not deserve a special visit.
The street has very ancient origins as it dates back to the 1st century B.C. Its present name was given in 1704 with the building of Porto di Ripetta or “little bank” (to distinguish it from the Porto di Ripa Grande at the other bank...More
This trafficked street leads you up to Piazza del Popolo and the chance is you'll walk through it going there. But if you don't, you'll probably take some of the others streets in Rome that I'd say doesn't stand much back from this one. Although...More
Nice colorful street without the usual craziness of the city. Leads to piazza Popolo which is one of the best in the city. Nice inexpensive restaurants, including Pizza Re which we visited twice in four days since our kids looooved their pizza.
Via di Ripetta is one of the three streets making up the "Tridente" (Via di Ripetta, Via del Corso, and Via del Babuino). It runs up past the Ara Pacis Museum (at Piazza Augusto Imperatore) to Piazza del Popolo, and is a pleasant street for...More