The famous Spanish Steps lead from the Piazza di Spagna up to the Trinita Church. The staircase was constructed between 1723 and 1725 in the Roman Baroque style and is the longest and widest in Europe. The design is an elegant series of ramps with ... 

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Spanish steps

October 2013

Enjoying the walking tour and historical sites

The Spanish steps by night

September 2013

This is my daughter Rachel at the foot of the Spanish steps in her glow jacket . The steps were crowded and the atmosphere was great. Rome seems to be such a lively place both day and night.

Off on our Segways heading towards the Spanish steps

September 2013

The chap in the front with no helmet is our guide Alessandra, we are heading towards the Spanish steps. This was one of the less crowded streets so we zoomed along at a good pace.We all had an earpiece in so were in contact with our guide at all times.

Best of Rome Walking Tour

July 2013

Jeff
Australia

Spanish Steps

Best of Rome Walking Tour

July 2013

Jeff
Australia

almost at the Spanish Steps

Best of Rome Walking Tour

July 2013

Jeff
Australia

on the way towards the Spanish Steps

The Spanish Steps

May 2013

Visiting the Spanish Steps

Rest stop!

November 2012

At the foot of the Spanish Steps we take a break for a few minutes to enjoy the sights and sounds.

Night Segway tour

July 2012

AlexB
United Kingdom

Night Segway tour, Spanish Steps

Night Segway tour

July 2012

AlexB
United Kingdom

Bernini's Fontana della Barcaccia, at the bottom of the Spanish Steps

The Spanish Steps

January 2012

My grand daughter and I at the foot of the Spanish Steps.

The leaking boat

November 2011

Elizabeth J
United Kingdom

At the foot of the Spanish steps, which are French!

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October 2011

Spanish Steps on a beautiful Rome morning

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