Via Veneto

Rome, Italy

Via Veneto, which is officially called Via Vittorio Veneto, is one of the most popular, expensive and elegant streets of the city of Rome. The Via Veneto street is named after the early 20th century Vittorio Veneto battle of the first world war, which ended in a great victory for the Italian side.

Via Veneto was the major setting for the famous La Dolce Vita 1960 classic movie of Federico Fellini. The street was famous in the mid 20th century for its numerous outdoor cafes. Today the street is a place every tourist wants to visit. Via Veneto is lined with impressive and expensive elegant malls and classic hotels. Apparently, the street is the most expensive and prestigious in the entire city. The street is not too lengthy but it is definitely one of the world’s most stunning and beautiful boulevards.

Via Veneto is a three lined street that is full of admirable traditional boutiques, bars, restaurants and elegant hotels. Famous cafes and restaurants such as the iconic Harry’s bar and the famous café de Paris are also located on the Via Veneto. Café de Paris is located very close to the stunning American Embassy.

If you plan to visit the Via Veneto, it is best to start the fun at the Piazza Barberini. You should take your time to see everything including the gorgeous Triton Fountain and the Fountain of Bees. The famous Villa Borghese Garden has a dramatic entrance at the end of the Via Veneto Street. The main thing you will do at this attraction, is to walk around to admire its beauty and window-shop, although the shops, bars and restaurants are a little pricy. If you wish to spend a night on the Via Veneto, you can sleep in a number of world-class hotels such as the Jumeirah Grand Hotel Via Veneto with some nineteenth-century art collections, Residenza A that overlooks the Via Veneto and the Regina Hotel Baglioni with art decorations.

Want to eat in a stylish restaurant on the street? Politicians take the inside table of the Restaurant Doney and enjoy astonishing meals. Visit the restaurant and enjoy pastries made from grande-marque chocolate. Shops like the Casuccio e Scalera and Luisa Spagnoli are classical fashion stores which the fashion loving ladies patronizes to get different designers. You can end your tour of the Via Veneto on the adorable lush green Villa Borghese gardens with magnificent views of the street.

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