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Via del Babuino e dintorni

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Shopping street

One of the best shopping streets in Rome. Connects Piazza del Popolo and the Spanish Steps. There are many restaurants and cafes on it, as well as many people.

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Sofia, Bulgaria
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Sofia, Bulgaria
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

One of the best shopping streets in Rome. Connects Piazza del Popolo and the Spanish Steps. There are many restaurants and cafes on it, as well as many people.

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Valencia, Spain
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Reviewed 20 December 2016 via mobile

One of the most popular and beautiful neighbourhood of Roma, fancy streets that brings you to Piazza del Pololo, another must to see before leaving...

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Rome, Italy
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Reviewed 23 May 2016

This part of the "Tridente" area running roughly from Piazza di Spagna (Spanish Steps) to Piazza del Popolo is a terrific, pedestrian-friendly area. Over the last few years, sidewalks have been expanded and improved, and traffic is severely limited. The window shopping is great, with many high-end shops, art galleries, antique shops, and souvenir places, and with a number of... More 

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St. Petersburg, Russia
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Reviewed 17 May 2016 via mobile

The street's name derives from the statue that the licals calledBabuino for its ugly outlook. Now it is converted into the fountain and it is located opposite the cafe- former workshop of the sculptor Canova. The statue is "talking" as well as some other statues in Rome. What does it mean? It means that when local people is unhappy with... More 

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Bellaire, Texas, United States
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Reviewed 17 May 2016

This street starts at piazza del Popolo and ends at the piazza di Spagna, at the feet of the Spanish steps.It is a wonderful shopping street, somewhat calmer than via del Corso. Again, multiple churches, restaurants and cafes border the street, but the major attraction is the high end shops and boutiques. It becomes noisier and busier as you approach... More 

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London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 24 March 2016 via mobile

Nice place to come and spend lots of money or to stroll through and look at the shops. Many high end clothing stores and a few antique stores here and there.

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Luxembourg
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Reviewed 25 December 2015 via mobile

This street leads to the piazza del popolo, and is slightly less crowded than other commercial arteries. Nice shops.

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Durbanville, South Africa
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Reviewed 16 August 2015

This road leading from Piazza del Popolo is now home to antique shops and expensive boutiques. The street ends at Piazza Spagna. Via Babuino, Condotti, della Croce and delle Carrozzi is where one finds the world famous designer stores. Via Babuino is also home to the All Saints Church,the official Anglican church of Rome.

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San Diego, California
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Reviewed 10 December 2013

...there is nothing but one great store after another and many of them are upscale designers houses. There are also regular stores where you can get sandals, snacks and souvenirs though all along this road. Keep going north and you'll run into the Piazza del Popolo but this street is also good to veer off to the Trevi fountain, Palazzo... More 

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Rome, Italy
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Reviewed 19 November 2013

Via del Babuino is a high-end shopping street, with stores like Chanel -- great for window shopping! It runs from Piazza del Spagna to Piazza del Popolo and is part of the "Trident," the three streets meeting in a point at Piazza del Popolo. Along the way, visit the statue of Babuino (the Baboon), one of Rome's "talking statues," in... More 

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