Maybe I missed something, but what is the point of going to the spanish steps when there is so much better to see in Rome?
Built in 1723, they received their name from the Spanish Embassy. They have been the place to be seen for hundreds of years.
Piazza di Spagna bustles with people who hang around, watching the crowd or just taking a break on the historical flight of steps built around 1726.
A picturesque stairwell in the foreign quarter that got it's name from the nearby Spanish embassy to the Vatican.
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