How Do You Visit Romes Spanish Steps?
After you’ve visited all the historic sites in Rome, shopped at all the elegant stores and dined in all the fine restaurants, you might be ready to just hang out, chill and watch people go by. There is no better place to do just that than the famed Spanish Steps, or Scalinata di Spagna, that rise off the Piazza di Spagna. Get to the Piazza di Spagna on foot if you are close enough or by Metro: Line A to Spagna or by bus, minibus 117 or 119 to Piazza di Spagna. Be prepared for a crowd. In nice weather, the Piazza is mobbed with parades of people passing to and fro and the steps may be crowded with Romans, other tourists, young lovers, tired shoppers, children, people getting some sun and other friendly folks. You may have to climb over others to find a seat but no one seems to mind. Occasionally, impromptu entertainment may break out. Go shopping. If you get tired of people watching, check out some of the finest shops in Rome located in the Piazza di Spagna area, starting across the str