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Via di Ripetta

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Lovely street

A lovely street filled with good eating places: for example Gran Sasso, Buca di Ripetta - two of my favourite restaurants as well as good places for pizzas : Gusto and Pollaro and... read more

Reviewed 30 September 2016
Birte L
Kongens Lyngby, Denmark
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Sofia, Bulgaria
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849 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 130 helpful votes
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The street connecting Ara Pacis with Piazza del Popolo. There is nothing interesting about this street, so it does not deserve a special visit.

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Kongens Lyngby, Denmark
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Reviewed 30 September 2016 via mobile

A lovely street filled with good eating places: for example Gran Sasso, Buca di Ripetta - two of my favourite restaurants as well as good places for pizzas : Gusto and Pollaro and the outstanding Ara Pacis besides Caesra's Mausoleum

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Rijeka, Croatia
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 667 helpful votes
Reviewed 23 April 2016

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 of Tiber). It is a colorful and crowded street filled with small stores and restaurants.

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Bergen, Norway
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Reviewed 21 April 2016

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 here are some nice buildings and a piazza, I wouldn't make to much effort reaching... More 

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Reviewed 26 February 2015 via mobile

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.

1 Thank alexiap
Rome, Italy
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 476 helpful votes
Reviewed 1 September 2014

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 a stroll. Multiple restaurants and shops along the way.

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Reviewed 31 July 2014

I loved the local stores and restaurants as well as the shopping. Right off of the Piazza del Popolo.

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New York
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Reviewed 2 June 2013 via mobile

Stayed at the northern end, easy access to great shopping and super mercado. Nice restaurants and piazza popolo. Visit the street where Roman Holiday was filmed a couple of blocks away.

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Istanbul, Turkey
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Reviewed 24 November 2012

This steet is located in Piazza del Popolo. There are very elegant buildings, interesting structures over there. If you visit Piazza del Popolo, which must be seen, anyway you will walk through Via di Ripetta. P.S. Most of popular italian restaurants are located over the street.

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