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Via Del Corso

Via del Corso is a well-known street of the historic center of Rome, which connects Piazza Venezia to Piazza del Popolo and is the central prong of the so-called Trident, an impressive work dating back to the period between the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries.

The Trident was made on three different paths to route traffic directly from the Porta del Popolo, then the main port of Rome, to the most important basilicas: Ripetta, in the direction of San Pietro and Ponte Sant'Angelo, via del Babuino, towards Santa Maria Maggiore and, of course, via del Corso, who came to the Papal Palace located in Piazza Venezia and then went to San Giovanni in Laterano.

The street name was changed to Corso Umberto I, after the assassination of the king in 1900, in 1944 became Corso del Popolo and two years later was reintroduced current one. Via del Corso is served by several bus lines, but the metro is the most efficient solution, as the two metro Flaminio and Spagna line A (red) are a convenient entry point for the start of the walk.

Walking down the street you can admire the majestic historic buildings such as the Galleria Colonna (now Alberto Sordi), built in 1914
For those who love shopping, Via del Corso is a must, with plenty of shops of clothes, jewelery, souvenirs and much more; especially with regard to the clothing we can indulge with signatures for every taste and trend such as Sandro Ferrone, Sisley, Luisa Spagnoli, Zara, Nuvolari, Adidas, Lacoste, Murphy & Nye, Nike, Puma.


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