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12 Sep 2017
“A nice stroll”
20 Jun 2018
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Via di Ripetta, Rome, Italy
Campo Marzio
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Reviewed 21 June 2018

One of three streets that make up the “Trident” at Piazza del Popolo. This street is less crowded than that of the other two. As with many streets in this area it is lined with many shops and restaurants and worth the time to stroll...More

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Reviewed 31 October 2017

Via di Ripetta is really lovely street to visit, if you are in the vicinity and can afford the time. Affording the time might also mean that you go in for some window shopping, or even some real shopping in the boutiques in this street....More

Thank Dimitris L
Reviewed 13 September 2017 via mobile

A typical Roman street which has a number of nice restaurants and interesting boutique stores to wander through. A nice way to spend some free time in Rome.

Thank rhthomas1980
Reviewed 28 June 2017

It starts at Piazzo del Papolo and down there, there are some great restaurants, such as Buca de Ripetta

Thank Mo1962
Reviewed 27 June 2017

A "typical" street in Rome, sporting numerous shops and small restaurants, running past Augustus Mausoleum and within a block or so of Piazza Navona (after becoming Via della Scofra). While I wouldn't go out of my way to see this street, it does provide a...More

1  Thank Scott L
Reviewed 8 May 2017

The street connecting Ara Pacis with Piazza del Popolo. There is nothing interesting about this street, so it does not deserve a special visit.

Thank Ogi0
Reviewed 1 October 2016 via mobile

A lovely street filled with good eating places: for example Gran Sasso, Buca di Ripetta - two of my favourite restaurants as well as good places for pizzas : Gusto and Pollaro and the outstanding Ara Pacis besides Caesra's Mausoleum

Thank Birte L
Reviewed 23 April 2016

The street has very ancient origins as it dates back to the 1st century B.C. Its present name was given in 1704 with the building of Porto di Ripetta or “little bank” (to distinguish it from the Porto di Ripa Grande at the other bank...More

1  Thank Borzov
Reviewed 21 April 2016

This trafficked street leads you up to Piazza del Popolo and the chance is you'll walk through it going there. But if you don't, you'll probably take some of the others streets in Rome that I'd say doesn't stand much back from this one. Although...More

Thank high_low73
Reviewed 26 February 2015

Nice colorful street without the usual craziness of the city. Leads to piazza Popolo which is one of the best in the city. Nice inexpensive restaurants, including Pizza Re which we visited twice in four days since our kids looooved their pizza.

1  Thank alexiap
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Campo Marzio
From its original role as ancient army training fields
to its present-day identity as one of the city’s most
desirable neighbourhoods, the Campo Marzio is the best
place to get lost in Rome. Gorgeous Renaissance and
Baroque palazzos line the streets, and are filled with
enticing boutiques and food shops. By day, Rome’s
best-dressed denizens criss-cross its streets in a
fashionable parade of errands, occasionally pausing to
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