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What you should know about Via Veneto

One of Rome’s most well-known and wealthiest streets, Via Veneto epitomizes the style and sophistication of the City of Lights. In the swinging 60s, it was the center of high-class Italian society and the decadent heart of the emerging celebrity culture illustrated so well by Fellini’s classic movie La Dolce Vita. This reputation for elegance and luxury is still very much in evidence today, and is reflected in the many upscale restaurants, bars, and cafés that line the fashionable pavements of Via Veneto.

Hotels in Via Veneto

Synonymous with Roman sophistication, you’ll find some of the city’s best luxury hotels near Via Veneto. Examples include the sumptuous Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese, where you can enjoy breakfast in a converted stable that once hosted Caravaggio, or watch the sun set over the city skyline from the hotel’s sophisticated rooftop bar. There’s also a good choice of 5-star hotels near Via Veneto. Housed in a 19th-century palace, Hotel Splendide Royal sits on a hill overlooking Villa Borghese’s gardens, and boasts panoramic views of the city. Guesthouses on Via Veneto are also popular, in particular the well-priced La Piccola Maison, which is ideally located next to Barberini metro station.

Things to see in Via Veneto

Located at the southern end of this elegant thoroughfare, Piazza Barberini is a 16th-century square featuring the Bernini-designed Triton Fountain and quirky Fountain of the Bees. This iconic piazza is also a great place to start your Via Veneto vacation. A short stroll north from here will bring you to the Convento dei Frati Minori Cappuccini, a lesser-known attraction with somewhat of a cult following. Here, you can visit unique crypts embellished with the skulls of monks that once called this monastery home. Continuing your journey along Via Veneto, stroll past the many stylish hotels and cafés that line this street until you reach Porta Pinciana, the ancient city gate that marks the end of Via Veneto and the start of the magnificent Villa Borghese gardens.

Good for luxury travelers

For many Italians, Via Veneto conjures up images of sophisticated movie stars, high-class celebrities, and the elite cliques that once frequented this street and inspired Fellini’s celebrated movie. This sense of elegance and style is still in evidence at many of the upscale hotels near Via Veneto. With some of Rome’s classiest accommodation located on this one street, you’ll be spoiled for choice with options ranging from full-service spas, wellness centers, and gourmet restaurants. Via Veneto also boasts a number of stylish bars and cafés—Harry’s Bar and Elle Ristorante Bar are especially popular with the city’s fashionable set.

How to get to Via Veneto

Via Veneto is about a 45-minute drive from Leonardo da Vinci International Airport. If you plan on taking public transportation from the airport, the best option is take the Leonardo Express train to Rome’s main Termini train station, transfer to the metro, and head to Barberini station. From Ciampino Airport, take a bus to Laurentina, transfer to the metro to get to Termini, and then take another metro to Barberini. Barberini metro station sits at the end of Via Veneto, allowing easy access to the entire city. The street itself is also served by 4 bus stops and is easily navigated on foot.

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