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Exploring Piazza Venezia

Anyone visiting Rome will sooner or later end up at Piazza Venezia. This square is located in the heart of Rome, at the end of the Via del Corso. From here it's only a short walk to some of Rome's most famous sights like the Capitoline Hill, the Roman Forum and the Pantheon.

Accommodations near Piazza Venezia

Utilise our site to browse popular areas like Piazza Venezia for accommodation options that include expensive hotels with excellent amenities, cosy hostels, simple B&Bs and even camp sites for those looking to rough it out. So no matter your preference or budget, there’s lodging for you in the city. You’ll also find that getting around is pretty easy by foot and for less accessible areas, a taxi will do the job nicely. Driving is recommended only if you’re confident in your driving skills, otherwise it’s best to stick with public transport. Some options include Corso 281, Hotel Cosmopolita or the Hotel Mancino 12.

Sightseeing near Piazza Venezia

- National Monument to Victor Emmanuel II

Officially known as the Monumento Nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele II, the enormous white marble monument that dominates Piazza Venezia was built as a tribute to the first king of a united Italy, Victor Emmanuel II. The Monument to Victor Emanuel II, also known as 'Il Vittoriano' and sometimes also referred to as the Altare della Patria (Altar of the Nation), is a bombastic monument built with sparkling white marble from Botticino in the province of Brescia. It is decorated with numerous allegorical statues, reliefs and murals, created by artists from all corners of the country.

- Piazza del Campidoglio

Piazza del Campidoglio is one of Rome's most beautiful squares, designed in the sixteenth century by Michelangelo and laid out between two summits of the Capitoline Hill, the most important of Rome's fabled seven hills. From the founding of Rome until its fall almost one thousand years later, the Capitoline Hill symbolized the epicenter of Rome's might and many of the city's most important buildings stood on this hill. Later, during the Middle Ages, the site continued to play an important part in Rome's history. The senate of Rome assembled here and even today it still has some political significance since the city hall is located here.

Transportation near Piazza Venezia

Those of you taking the bus around Rome will find Piazza Venezia to be a major transportation hub, which is useful for getting around the city. And if you’re ambitious enough to be driving in Rome, you’ll probably pass through the intersection a number of times.

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