Piazza di Spagna
One of the most famous and most visited squares in Rome with Barcaccia fountain and Spanish Steps. Crowds gathering here mainly in the evening, drinking water from a fountain, sitting on the steps, chatting, drinking or just walk around.
Piazza del Popolo
Situated just a 600 metres from Piazza di Spagna. Via del Babuino street leads right to the square, but you can take beautiful side cut through Via Margutta street. Square is large, round shaped, with a monument in the middle, fountains on the sides and Pincio Hill above.
My most favourite square together with Trastevere. Market place with food takes place here in the morning and restaurants unpack their tables in the evening. Lively square with great atmosphere.
Large, rush square with heavy traffic and Monumento Nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele II. Just a few metres from the monument, when you climb up the stairs, is located Piazza Campidoglio designed by Michelangelo with a statue of Marco Aurelio.
Piazza di Santa Maria in Trastevere
Become popular to young generation and together with Piazza Trilussa is probably the most rush and lively place in the evenings and during the weekends. Area is full of restaurants, bars, pubs, chatting people all around and some musician or juggler in the middle.
Hilly square, crossing of important streets with a fountain in the middle and some nice shops around.
Piazza della Republica
Rush square with a lot of shops and services in the pillared arcade close connected to Termini station. Terme di Diocleziano is situated right opposite the square.
A bit out of the beaten path in the close neighborhood of touristic area is situated Testaccio square. In fact in the middle of the residential quarter with some small shops and quiet atmosphere.
Piazza San Pietro
Vatican's square with Saint Peter's Basilica.
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