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 138 steps in a fan or butterfly wing shape. In May, they are particularly beautiful when the ramps of the staircase are covered in spring flowers.
Architecture aside, what makes the Spanish Steps a favorite spot to hang out is the people watching. It's a place for tourists and locals to sit and enjoy the spectacle of Rome life.
The adjacent Piazza di Spagna is surrounded by wonderful tea rooms and cafes as well as being adjacent to some of the best shopping streets in Rome.
Tours & Tickets
See an illuminated Rome on a 3.5-hour nighttime sightseeing tour. You’ll start at a local wine bar to enjoy a traditional ‘aperitivo’ – a glass of fine wine ... Read more
Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes (approx.)
See the very best of Rome and its most famous squares, monuments, fountains and artworks on this 3-hour afternoon walking tour. Be enchanted by the Eternal ... Read more
Duration: 3 hours (approx.)
Take a unique tour of Rome by classic Fiat 500 car with a private driver. Certain to draw admiring glances wherever you go, the Fiat 500 will undoubtedly make ... Read more