This is a cool street with lots to see. Discovered it while on the hop on/hop off tour bus. Nice and different Italian shops with great prices. It ends close to Termini Station.
We had spent the morning on a sightseeing hop on hop off bus... Brilliant for seeing the city. Had time for a coffee before joining a walking tour - we had to be back at our hotel for a 1.45pm pick up. Stopped at a little bar (sort of Irish/Italian) on the corner of Via Napoli (facing up Via Nazionale... More
Nice area, with Termini Station and subway station just around the corner. A lot of restaurants and Cafes to enjoy teh good food of Italy. Nice walk to The Colosseum through nice narrow streets with nice place to seat and have a galss of wine and enjoy Rome.Close to most attractions. We stayed in a holiday rental apt at 249... More
Via Nazionale offers a good view of bustling Rome, busy with shops and activity but void of significant sights with the exception of the 5th century Church of San Vitale and the 19th century church of Saint Paul’s Inside the Walls (San Paolo dentro le Mura), Rome’s episcopal Anglican church and the first non-Catholic church in the city to be... More
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