The 'Fontana della Barcaccia' (The Fountain with the Little Boat) by Bernini can be found here, at the base of the Spanish Steps.
Looking up the Spanich Steps, the church on top is very nice too.
The most intersting steps, with so many young people meeting on the steps.
Built in 1723, they received their name from the Spanish Embassy. They have been the place to be seen for hundreds of years.
You can't overpass Spanish Steps.This is the place where all people meet (especially in the evening), play guitars, sing, eat, drink, flirt and simply enjoy themselves.
The Spanish Steps at night is beautiful! Margaret drank from the fountain (without any ill effects), but I took a pass.
All the top names are situated around the Spanish Steps. You might not be able to afford anything, but it doesn't harm to look now does it!
Spanish steps. It's a great place to take a break with carefree people under the glistening Roman sun.
Very nice. English language is full of adjectives that worth it, I will probably don't know all of them, so I will not start to mention them...
It is meeting place of Rome inhabitants. It is also a popular tourists site, so it is always crowded.