Piazza di Spagna, Rome

Piazza di Spagna, Rome.
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Very classy and outrageously overpriced, Piazza di Spagna is most notable as the home to the shops of all the major European designers, and as such attracts a daytime crowd of older and more sophisticated residents, travelers, and shoppers.

While the area isn’t a hotbed of nightlife, it does offer a few good options. Those looking for a peaceful night out in Rome can take a stroll down Via del Corso for a bit of window shopping in the variety of stores before popping in for a drink at one of the wine bars or clubs in the area.

Piazza di Spagna really comes alive, however, during the special events and concerts that are regularly held in Piazza del Popolo.

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