VIA GIULIA
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More than 500 years ago, Pope Julius II set out to create a street connecting the Vatican to the center of the city. Donato Bramante directed the implementation of this project, resulting in Via Giulia, 0,6 miles long and the first straight street in all of Rome. It is lined by many architectural treasures, including palaces and churches, which—thanks to open portals—invite exploration. The weekend is the best time to visit because there is less traffic.

DISTRICT
Centro Storico
ADDRESS
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
Bus 116 Monserrato / Piazza Farnese
HIGHLIGHT TYPE
Neighborhood

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