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From Campo dei Fiori to st Angel Castel

Between Piazza Navona and Piazza Farnese, in the old city, lingers a charming little district that despite all the changes that are inevitable over the years, still holds onto its past: the old Renaissance district. Any time you visit you can see craftsmen working on wood, marble or restoring antique furniture. In the morning you can hear fruit and vegetable vendors calling passers-by from small markets. Our visit will begin at Via dei Coronari (close to where Fiammetta lived, a renowned courtesan from the Borgia period), formerly populated by pilgrims who were going to St. Peter's basilica, today full of antique stores. From there we will cross Piazza Navona, and will arrive at Campo de' Fiori by late morning if we keep a quick pace. We will see Palazzo Farnese, once the residence of the powerful Farnese family, now the French embassy. We will then walk down Via del Pellegrino and Via di Monserrato arriving at the church of Santa Maria dell'Anima. Our visit will end at Ponte Sant'Angelo

The visit include : Via dei Coronari, Via del Governo Vecchio, Piazza Farnese, Piazza Campo de' Fiori, Via del Pellegrino, Via di Monserrato, Ponte Sant'Angelo. Some entrances must be booked in advance. Visits available every day except on Sundays, preferably in the morning.
 

Other walking tours
Rome renaissance : Farnese square
Baroque Rome : Trevi fontain
Trastevere : Jewish Ghetto

 

CONTACT   Paola.bargigli@alice.it       0039/3358418486


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